5 Tips For Generating More Traffic To Your New WordPress Site

If you’re building a new WordPress site, you might be eager to get it up and running so that people can start visiting.

But if you want those visitors to convert into leads or sales, then you need to take some time to make sure your website is optimized for search engines.

In this blog post, I’ll go over five tips for generating more traffic for your new WordPress site.

1. Use the Right Keywords

The first thing you need to do is find the right keywords.

Keyword research is a big part of SEO, and it’s important that you use the right ones.

This means choosing keywords that are relevant to your site and have a high search volume.

You can use Google Keyword Planner to find these types of keywords and then add them to your content, so people will be able to find your site when they search for those words online.

It’s important that these words have a large number of searches per month because if they don’t get enough traffic on their own then there won’t be much traffic coming through from them either!

2. Make Sure Your Images Are Optimized for Search Engines

Images are important to any website, and they can also be a big factor in generating traffic.

The more images you have on your site, the better it will perform in Google’s search results.

When you add an image to your post or page, make sure that each one is optimized so that search engines can properly index them and display them when someone searches for something related to those pictures.

  • Add alt tags (text descriptions) to each of your photos so that when someone sees the thumbnail in Google Images or another search engine, they know what they’re looking at without having to click through every link (this helps with SEO).
  • Also, add title tags if possible; this is another way of helping people find what they’re looking for faster by giving them more context with just one click (again, this helps with SEO).

3. Write Catchy Titles and Headings for Your Posts

If you want to get more traffic to your site, you have to write articles that people will want to read.

To do this, it is important that you not only use keywords in the body of your post, but also in the title, subheading, and meta description of each post.

The first thing people see when they arrive at your blog is the title of a particular article.

Don’t waste this opportunity by writing something boring like “My First Post”. Instead, try something catchy like “How I Increased My Traffic By 100% In A Week Using [STORY]”.

The second part is optional if there are no stories associated with it but still good practice as it helps differentiate yourself from other similar sites out there that might be using similar titles/headings.

Next comes subheadings that appear under titles and before paragraphs so make sure they are interesting too (but not overly long).

These should tell readers what they will learn from reading that particular part without giving away too much information so as not to spoil surprises for later sections!

This can be done by using keywords relevant to topics surrounding those words such as “How I Increased My Traffic By 100% In A Week Using Facebook Ads” rather than just saying something like ‘Facebook Ads’.

4. Add Links To Your Posts

Links are not just for navigation, they can also help boost traffic by pointing readers in the direction of more content.

This can be done using internal, external, and contextual links.

That’s a lot of different types of links!

Don’t worry though; I will cover each type in turn below so you know how to use them to get more traffic from your site.

Internal Links

Internal links are those that point from one page on your website to another page within the same domain/subdomain/folder structure inside WordPress (eg: https://exampleblog.com/2017/01/15/my-first-post).

These are good because they help users navigate around your site by showing them other relevant content that might be interesting or useful for them to read further down the line – especially if it is related directly back again through another topic mentioned earlier in another post title link somewhere else entirely!

External Links

External links take you away from a specific blog post straight onto another website outside of WordPress altogether (eg: https://www.google.com/wordpress-themes) which means that users won’t need any additional software installed locally before they’re able to access all those extra resources online instead.

However, there may still be some limitations here depending on where these sites live geographically since there could potentially be slow connections due to geographical distance apart from other factors such as how much traffic gets generated during busy periods too which could affect overall load times, etc…

5. Share Your Posts On Social Media to Generate More Traffic To Your WordPress Site

One of the best ways to generate traffic to your site is to share your posts on social media.

Most people will not find you organically, so you need to make sure that they see it through other people who share it with them.

The more users who see the post on their timeline or newsfeed, the higher chance of them clicking through and visiting your site.

To share it on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+:

  • Post a link (one per post) in each social media account’s feed at least once every week or two (more often if possible). This will help build awareness over time, especially if you have multiple accounts that all point back towards one main blog page where everything is aggregated together into an easy-to-digest format for people checking out what content is available today/this week/monthly etc…
  • Use hashtags in every post so that readers can find other related topics by searching for those same words within their own feeds as well as seeing others talking about similar things which may spark curiosity enough so that they click through too!

Bonus Tip: Consider Hiring a WordPress Developer to Help You Build an Optimized Website

If you’re not the technical type and want to hire someone who knows what they’re doing, consider hiring a WordPress developer.

This will cost money but could save you time, stress, and frustration in the long run.

What To Look For In A WordPress Developer

Before choosing your WordPress developer, be sure that they have at least five years of experience with customizing websites using WordPress as their CMS (content management system).

They should also be familiar with SEO best practices for optimizing page load speed as well as other SEO factors such as meta descriptions and title tags.

It would also be helpful if your potential developer has experience building websites within specific niches like photography or cooking since these types of sites tend to attract more traffic than others due to their nature (i.e., people visit them looking for information on how to do something specific).


After you finish setting up your site, it’s time to get some traffic.

The first thing you should do is make sure that your post content is as good as possible.

If it isn’t exciting and engaging, then people won’t want to read what you have written.

Next up, I recommend using social media platforms such as Twitter or Facebook to spread the word about how great your new website is!

Kaan Guner
Senior Wordpress Developer & SEO Expert

I have developed countless software and websites using ASP.NET C# and PHP. I have designed and created extensions and plugins for Joomla and WordPress; online reservation system, course/student management interface, API scraper/dynamic page builder and much more. I have worked with and managed entire teams of programmers and SEO specialists from many different countries and cultures. I am the proud owner of Polar Mass since 2011.