How To Drive Blog Traffic With Tom Southern!

It’s another Thursday and I’m here to introduce someone who will help you drive more traffic to your blog posts.

What’s exciting every Thursday on this blog is the fact that I try to hook you up with someone who has something to give.  I have featured many bloggers here in the past so check out the list here.

Before I get into details about today’s star blogger, let me quickly say here that my Thursday series are free. I don’t charge a cent and you don’t have to contact me asking to be featured. I have a long list of friends and readers so I’m sure you are on it 😉

However, if you can’t naturally wait for your turn, I can feature you next week for a fee.

Meet Tom Southern!

Tom SouthernIf you’re struggling to get blog traffic and getting frustrated because none of the tactics, tips or strategies you’ve tried so far has delivered on their promises… then Tom is the man to help you.

He’s got some strategies and techniques, some little-known but still highly effective, for driving traffic to your blog.

He can also show you how to write content that attracts more readers and how you can build your email list.

Here is just a glimpse at what people say about Tom and how he’s helped them solve their traffic and blog growth problems…

“Thanks to you, I feel more confident where I’m headed. I truly appreciate your time.” 

“I really appreciated the help that you’ve offered to me [it’s] helped me a lot” 

“Tom, thank you. You … rock!!!”

You can discover more about how Tom can help you here.

Here’s what you’ll discover when you visit his blog… 

Are You Feeling Discouraged After  Publishing Yet Another Blog Post and Getting Little Response?

If only that advice out there for getting traffic and growing your blog included the one thing you really want to know…

“What’s the best way to get readers to my blog in the first place?” 

“Another month of publishing posts but getting little response and feeling as discouraged as I do about it.”

Or maybe you have started doubting if you’re on the right track. Maybe you’re wondering if you picked the wrong niche.

How do you know if your niche is right for you?

How do you stop doubting yourself and stop struggling to get traffic, readers and subscribers?

And how do you stop it being so frustrating?

Well, that’s what Tom started his blog, Traffic Smart, to give you the answers…

You start by…

  1. Finding the right kind of traffic…
  2. Finding out what it is they want most of all, working out how you can give it to them (either by what you know already, or by finding out from other sources)…
  3. Giving it to them starting with the content you create…

Of course, it all depends on how good you are at creating content and if you’re willing to put in the work to finding the right traffic for you.

What is the right traffic? It’s traffic that is already looking for what you write about and can help them with.

Tom helps you do this. He helps you write content that they want to read. He helps you find the right niche (or making the niche you have work better for you).

Let’s face it. Getting traffic matters because without it you can’t get the readers you need to grow your blog, you can’t get subscribers and grow your email list (the money’s in the list, right?) and you certainly can’t make any money.

And that’s what makes lack of traffic so frustrating, right?

How does Tom do it?

Because Tom understands how frustrating trying to get traffic can be. He knows this from his own sorry experience of having 3 blogs fail.

None of the usual advice worked for him. You know, keyword research, SEO, sharing links to his content on social media. Maybe these tactics aren’t working for you. It’s okay. It’s not your fault.

But you don’t want to keep on failing and struggling and getting frustrated. Right? Well, now you don’t have to.

You can discover strategies and techniques that work (if you’re willing to follow them of course) because Tom can help you turn your blog around.

So, what’s frustrating you most…?

Lack of traffic to your blog? Start here. 

Getting people to read your blog? Start here.

Your blog feels like it’s going nowhere? Start here. 

Here’s how to get in touch with Tom

He loves hearing from people and helping them take the frustration out of getting traffic to their blog. So feel free to tweet him or like his Facebook page and send him a message about getting traffic to your blog.

Drop a comment and interact with Tom

43 thoughts on “How To Drive Blog Traffic With Tom Southern!”

  1. HI Enstine

    I just loved reading your articles. 😀

    The best thing which I really like about your articles is, you covers each and every thing in your articles which makes your article more helpful.

    I have seen people love to read those articles more which are easy to understand and can help a lot. And you always write such kind of articles.

    Either way, Thanks for this wonderful article. 😀

  2. Great post!Here am still in the process of increasing my traffic to some big number and grow my email list.I think this post came at a great time ,let me head over right over?.

    • Hi Melchyy,

      Glad you found this useful. Keep on increasing that traffic. Best of luck. Thanks for your comment.


    • Hi James,

      Thanks so much. It’s great to have you on board with my course. I’ll be looking forward to getting your completed assignments and giving you feedback. Also, you can email me any time with questions about what you’re learning.

      Great to have you take time to add your thoughts here, James.


  3. When I first saw this post about 3-4 day ago, bookmarked it in hurry and today I find another great blogger to follow, Tom Southern.

    As a newbie I’m going to learn a lot from him. Thank you very much to both of you Tom and Enstine.

    • Hi Arnab,

      Great to hear you found my advice on getting traffic such a helpful resource. Being a newbie at blogging can be frustrating because not everything works out how you want or expect. You’ll find traffic advice that works over on my blog which you’re welcome to visit.


  4. Hi Tom,

    Welcome to the club, good to see people of great skills get featured on Enstine blog. Targeted Blog traffic is the life blood of any blog, without it a blog is dead.

    Good to read you can help out with that, a lot of people reading this will benefits immensely from your experience over at your blog.

    Thanks for getting featured, nice read.

    • Hi Shamsudeen,

      Thank-you for your warm welcome. It’s good to hear that you’re getting a lot out of what you’ve discovered about getting traffic here.


  5. Hi Enstine and many thanks for sharing this introduction to Tom Southern.

    As a relatively new blogger (although ancient in years compared to most other bloggers) I am really enjoying the superb information you provide in your posts. Your blog has become one of my regular “must visit” websites.

    When talking about driving traffic to your blog I can’t help but think about the concept of “attracting traffic” as my mindset for the future.

    By adding as much value as I can with truly authentic and honest blog post content I am hoping that any blog visitors I get will be more than interested in coming back as well as subscribing with me.

    Then by adopting the same approach with my comments left on other’s blogs just like this one, I am hoping over time, to build my own reputation and in so doing attract the right kind of traffic to my blog.

    Discovering what your traffic wants must be a vital component of the type and format of the content you create for your blog visitors – as a relative newcomer I am taking lots of notice of the comments left by my readers as one of the indicators for future blog post content.

    Thank you again Enstine and best wishes from a remote Thai village blogger


    • Hi Peter,

      “Discovering what your traffic wants must be a vital component of the type and format of the content you create for your blog visitors” this is spot on, Peter.

      And yes, studying comments is a great technique for finding what readers are still struggling with so can fulfil that need. Comments not just on your blog but on other blogs too. This is one of the first steps.


  6. Hi Enstine/Tom,

    I am looking to increase my blog traffic, till not yet landed on his blog, but I am sure you will introduce good people on your blog, and expecting to learn some good tips from him, thank you for sharing the information, see you soon.

    • Hi Siddaiah,

      Good to meet you here and thanks for taking time to comment. Looking forward to having you as a reader on my blog. You’ll find useful strategies and techniques there that I use myself to grow my blog and increase subscribers. By the way, you might find my free course useful.

      Thanks again.


      • Hi Tom I’m on my way over to your place right now mate.
        Looking forward to learning and sharing all about blog traffic with you.
        Excited and enthusiastic about what you can share with me about the getting smart traffic to my blog.
        Best wishes

        • Hi Peter,

          Great to see you here. Thanks. Looking forward to welcoming you to my blog as a reader. You’ll find my free mini course useful in laying the groundwork down for getting traffic. Hope to have you enrol soon and giving feedback on your assignments.

          Thanks for your support and kind words, Peter. Cheers!


  7. Hi Enstine,

    Great to see Tom here. I have seen his posts before and know his ideas are good.

    The topic of traffic is one that all marketers are interested in learning. So any tips featured here will always be devoured by people like me.

    Tom’s free course looks interesting, so will enroll in that

    Thanks, Enstine and Tom


    • Hi Kim,

      Thanks for stopping by to add your thoughts, Kim. It’s great to see you here. Your feedback on my content is much appreciated and it’ll be excellent to have you on board my course. I love feedback and yours will be equally welcome.

      Thanks again, Kim.


  8. Wow !. This is really awesome.Why ?.You might ask.Building dynamic or entertaining websites and blogs does not solve the headache in running business website or blog.Major problem lies in driving unique and human traffic to them.And this is is the main reason why I don’t overlook ideas orv article posts that have to do with driving visitors to my site.Tom Southern has just put up a nice piece here.Love it.

      • Hi Pascal,

        Good to hear from you. Yes, keeping up to date with traffic generation strategies is good. But it pays more to find which one out of all of them suits your goals best.

        Glad to hear you got a lot from this post. Thanks.


  9. Hi Enstine,

    Thanks for introducing Tom and Most welcome Tom to this friendly blog. I am so happy to read about you and you are really inspiration for us.

    thanks Enstine for sharing such great post with us.

    Areesha Noor!

    • Hi Aresha,

      Thanks for your warm welcome. Good to hear from you and glad to hear you found what I teach about getting traffic inspiring.

      – Tom

  10. Hi Tom,
    nice to meet you here thanks to Enstine 🙂
    I think everybody wants traffic and it is never too
    much. It is the most important thing for all bloggers
    and marketers. I had a look at your blog and will go and
    study it. I am always ready to learn,
    Thank you and Enstine

    • Hi Erika,

      Yes, it’s nice to meet you too. Thanks for stopping by to comment, it’s much appreciated. You’re traffic is important but it’s only useful if it does what you want it to. For example, does it turn into readers, subscribers or buyers. If it doesn’t, then is it useful? This is a question bloggers need to ask themselves when searching for traffic. And that’s what I’m all about teaching people with my blog: Getting the right traffic to begin with and How to know what the right traffic is.

      Thanks for visiting my blog and I’m looking forward to reading your comments and hearing your thoughts on what you learn there.

      Thanks again for commenting here, Erika.


  11. Hello Tom,

    Warm welcome to you.

    No matter how much traffic we may have, we are always on the lookout for more.
    Just headed to your site and bookmarked it as I thought it was packed with valuable information and your site gets straight to the point and is welcoming.

    Looking forward to learning a lot more about the little-known techniques to generate traffic.

    Connecting with you via Twitter and Facebook and enrolled in your course.

    Thank you Enstine for featuring a wonderful blogger like Tom.

    Wish you both a wonderful weekedn ahead 🙂

    • Hi Hema,

      Thanks so much for your kind words and yes, I saw you followed me on Twitter and also on Facebook, thank-you. Glad to hear you’re finding useful information on my blog. That’s what I’m all about giving, so it’s great to hear it’s paying off.

      Great to have you on board with my course and I’m looking forward to giving you feedback on your assignments or answering any questions you have as you go through it.

      Yes, Enstine’s been generous to feature me here. I’m in good company.


  12. Hey Enstine,

    Good to see Tom here this week and you’ve picked another good person to feature.

    Hey Tom, wonderful that you’re here and welcome to the club. Yeah, we all feel like we’re part of the Enstine Muki club or something. I think it’s so awesome of him to feature one person each week and a good bit of the time it’s someone we might not have had the opportunity to meet yet.

    I’m glad you shared with everyone why you love this topic. I remember the first time I asked someone how do you get traffic to your blog they said that I needed to do my SEO research and get on social media. I studied long and hard and did what I was taught with very poor results. I think every single one of those people I learned from left something out because I know for a fact that when you do the right work you can get great results.

    So happy you’re helping people over at your place learn the right way so I know you’ll be getting some new visitors soon I’m sure.

    Thanks for sharing this with us and I wish you both a terrific ending to this week and Happy Holidays!


    • Hi Adrienne,

      Thank-you for your wonderful welcome. It’s great to have you stop by and take time to add your thoughts. Also, it’s great to have you share your experience of SEO and social media.

      I think yours is a common experience especially with beginners (but also bloggers who’ve been blogging a while and now seeing their traffic plateau), they don’t work for everyone and often when they do, it’s not in the way they expected.

      Your support is always gratefully received and warmly welcomed, Adrienne.

      Thanks, also for the seasonal wishes. Hard to think this year’s almost over already, isn’t it?


  13. Hi Enstine bro,

    Yes getting traffic is hard if your blog is new! Traffic is most important for any blog. Quality content is the main thing we should think our self first! Because, without quality content there is no chance to get noticed by readers! And, only quality content can engage readers to come back again and again.

    Anyway, thanks for introducing Tom with us. I am going to comment on his blog soon.

    Happy weekend ahead!

    • Hi Minhaj,

      Good to hear from you and have you take time to add your thoughts here. Quality content is where it’s at, absolutely. But, I’d like to propose that it’s readers who class your content as quality or not. Would you agree with this?


      • Hi Tom,

        Oh! Sorry for late reply!

        Definitely! Why not! I can observe it myself when i visit others blog! Readers are most important for any blog and they will tell you about the quality of a content or not!
        And, we can recognize the quality of a content too by readers behavior!

        Anyway, it is very pleasure to meet with you!

  14. Hi Enstine Muki and Tom,

    Happy to see you here Tom, Everyone always seeks to read about how to increase traffic. Traffic is the main problem for everyone since no traffic is like no earning. Thanks Enstine to introduce Tom and share interesting tips.


  15. Hey Enstine,

    Tom is definitely a great, knowledgeable person when it comes to generating traffic. Especially if you’re someone who works full time and have a family. He gives you easy to implement tips of how to leverage your time to build your blog and business even if you have a busy schedule. I definity recommend Tom.

    Great share Enstine! Have a great day!

    • Hi Sherman,

      Thanks for your kind words. It’s great to have your endorsement. Yes, I’m all about easy-to-implement tips and strategies because people want results without having to wait and wait, especially if they’re starting their blog while holding down a full-time job. Easy-to-implement and effective – that’s what you want, isn’t it?

      Good to have you stop by, Sherman.


  16. Hi Enstine and Tom,

    Great post. Everyone needs to know ways of getting traffic and keeping up with the ever-changing ways. It is hard to keep up sometimes but just keep testing and trying using your suggestions.

    • Hi Monna,

      You’re right, it is hard to keep up sometimes and getting traffic can be frustrating. But there are ways of getting it that work better than others and that’s what I’m all about teaching people on my blog.

      Thanks for your comment, Monna, good to hear from you.


  17. Hi Enstine!

    Hi Tom! Great to meet you! Of course, I headed right over to your site and added it to my feed. I get traffic to my site but one can never have enough, right? I look forward to joining your course and learning a bit more!

    Thanks for sharing Tom with us, Enstine! Happy Small Friday!


    • Hi Brenda,

      Good to meet you. Yes, I saw you “liked” my page. That’s nice of you, thank-you and it’ll be great to have you on board my free course, looking forward to giving you feedback and helping you get traffic smart.


  18. Hi Enstine,

    Thanks so much for featuring me here. It’s great to be here amongst such distinguished company and I’m looking forward to meeting your readers and engaging with them here.


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