How much time it takes at least to start getting at least 100 visitors a day from google?

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Hello guys, i was just wondering, how much time it takes to get at least 100 visitors a day from google? I just made a new website, and i started SEO from day 1, but i got only 10 visitors in 31 days from google.

When will i start getting 100 visitors? It is tech website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaun Marrs
    There are far too many variables to answer this.

    It depends on how much content is on the site, the keyword difficulty you are targeting, how effective your SEO is, how good your on page is.
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  • Profile picture of the author riteshagrawal
    Hi Kamal,

    Getting 100 organic visitors from Google totally depend upon what marketing efforts, brand building efforts you are putting in your tech websites. No one can say the numbers of the visitors that will visit your website as it depends on lots of factors. Study the analytics of the visitors coming from and work accordingly, work on low-tail keywords, backlinks and you can also take advantage of Social media to boost the traffic to your site.
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    • Profile picture of the author AJ Warner
      long-tail* keywords
      Sorry I'm not bein' a dick I just want the OP to know so he/she can take advantage of such an important part of keyword research/usage.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nick Filos
    Hi If you know your customer/user focus on long tail keywords

    That will give you no1 page of google and then you can scale up..

    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author ishara444
    100 visitors depend on what makes you are doing inside and outside of your blog
    Try to make quality blog posts targeting long tail keywords
    Do offsite seo methods
    Do guest blogging
    You have to work hard to get organic traffic from google
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    The answer is 7.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nikhil Ganotra
    Focus more on long tail LSI keywords with very low search volume to rank short tail keywords. Once you start ranking for long tail LSI keywords, you will automatically start driving good traffic from search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    Originally Posted by Kamal Chhirang View Post

    Hello guys, i was just wondering, how much time it takes to get at least 100 visitors a day from google? I just made a new website, and i started SEO from day 1, but i got only 10 visitors in 31 days from google.

    When will i start getting 100 visitors? It is tech website.
    This is an open ended question with no right answer.
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  • Profile picture of the author faisalmaximus
    My strategy is I start with low competitive keywords, so search volume is also low, but when you rank for some of these keywords, in total you will get some traffic. For 100 visitors per day I believe my strategy will take only 2-3 weeks.
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  • Profile picture of the author tomcam
    What else are you doing? (Videos, guest blog posts, posts to your own blog, Github projects, etc.)
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  • Profile picture of the author linkassistant
    Well, it actually depends on what kind and how much effort you put into it.
    Please keep in mind that high number of visitors can be a great thing, but if the visits aren't targeted, the numbers are just vanity metrics. To get quality traffic focus not only on search engines to generate traffic but also online advertising, social media traffic and guest posting or commenting. Best of luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author JhonyIsaacs
    I hope it depend your marketing strategy, which marketing topic you follow or provide. But now a days, guest post is more effective to gain more traffic sources. Although I have little bit doubt. I think expert say the correct things is it correct or wrong?
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert Bridgen
    Great question but the answer is up to you. If you put out videos on youtube re-direct to your website If you go to blogs and put out blogs and redirect back to your website. If you engage with groups on face book and re-direct them to your website. No time at all But if you do nothing then you will die of old age before you get 100. Then the content has to be your own and no one else's Because it is very easy to get people to your website the first time. Getting them back again is the hard part.
    Robert
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesse Brownstein
    Originally Posted by Kamal Chhirang View Post

    Hello guys, i was just wondering, how much time it takes to get at least 100 visitors a day from google? I just made a new website, and i started SEO from day 1, but i got only 10 visitors in 31 days from google.

    When will i start getting 100 visitors? It is tech website.
    Hey Kamal,

    As the other members mentioned, there are a lot of variables that can affect how long it takes to acquire 100 visits per day so I agree there is no straight answer.

    As a general reference, I have a product review site that generates a lot of content so I was able to consistently break 100 visits per day around the 3-4 month mark. Once I gained the traction, the site traffic began growing at a rate of about 60% month over month.

    I have another e-commerce site that I just launched about two months ago which is barely getting 100-300 visits per month. The e-commerce site is going to take more work/time to hit those same numbers as there's less content, backlinks, and is situated in a highly competitive market. We are implementing a blog and will start developing a lot of content which I expect to double our visits within another 2-3 months.
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  • Profile picture of the author absolutelee
    10 doesn't sound all that unreasonable for the first month. It's according to the niche, which means it's according to the amount of competition.
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  • Profile picture of the author LarryCool
    That has tons of answers. It could just blow up and get tons of visitors, or it could get hardly any. If you wanted more, you might get more from Google Adwords.
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  • Hi Kamal, you want to make sure you're targeting lower competition keywords with a new website.

    Use Google keyword tool to search for keywords related to your website.
    1) Take a few keywords and combine them into 1 long tail keyword.
    2) Make sure you're optimizing your on-page SEO before trying to build links and doing off page SEO.
    3) Create Social platforms, accounts to forums and related niche websites and link them back to your website to start off.
    4) Research how to build higher quality links. (Youtube videos are great to rank fast and drive more traffic to your website, put your link in the description)

    Hope that helps you start off, it's only the basic but if you do the basics, you will have long term success with SEO!

    Best regards,
    Social Activated
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  • Profile picture of the author Fahad Nazir
    It depends on your efforts on your content and SEO. Your content should be unique and pure from plagiarism. You can take help by creating groups and pages on social site to post the updates of your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author nirajan
    New Blog - I started a biotech blog 2 months ago, with 2 focus keywords for most of the articles I publish. I am getting 80+ daily visits from search. It took me 50+ days to reach this.

    Old Blog - I have 5-Year-old PR3 Blog, with new focus keyword, it can take not more than 15 Days to get 100 organic visits per day.

    It really depends on the "Keywords" and website itself and how well optimized your website is.
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  • Profile picture of the author Schultz Matthew
    12 Steps to 400-700 Visitors Per Day

    Step 1: Create Insanely Useful Content!

    Step 2: Syndicate Your Content Around the Web...

    Step 3. Submit to Twitter

    Step 4. Post to Facebook

    Step 5. Submit to Any Related Blog Carnivals

    Step 6. Post to BloggersBase.com

    Step 7. Post to BlogEngage.com

    Step 8. Post to Blokube.com

    Step 9. Post to Niche Social Sites

    Step 10: Post your content to the Top Tutorial Sites online

    Step 11. Guest post AT LEAST two times per week

    Step 12: Build Your Blogging Network
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    • Profile picture of the author Jaysmyne
      I really like this strategy. It's a solid one. I do something similar for my content and it really helps. The hard part for me is generating the material. Writers can be flaky so I depend entirely on myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author sariel054
    It depends on few things like the quality of your backlink and the on page SEO (Yes.. it's still a metric). Usually if your domain is new it would take 2-3 months to start seeing results of SEO. Assuming you are doing high quality SEO from day 1. In those numbers (100/day) I don't think it depends much on your KW difficulty. It's because you will probably rank for easy LTP KWs in the beginning, even if you are targeting hard KWs, therefore the 100 UVs / Day will be there. When we are talking about high numbers it depends more on the main KWs.
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  • Profile picture of the author sonu sing
    There are any guarantee that you will get 100 visitors a day from the Google. In SEO have some Google Guidelines or process which you have to follow. Like SEO On Page optimization, Off Page, Google Local Listing, Content Marketing, Social Marketing and many more thing to increase the website traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author toysoldier80
    Pray.. LOL J/k

    I would do some SEO keyword research and find long tail keyword that you could use to optimize a page or pages with various keywords related to your niche that isn't being used heavily.

    Once you create those pages with those long tail keywords, or even short tail, then its a matter of indexing those pages, sharing them on blogs with good page rank, article sights with high PR, commenting on other blogs, etc.

    Once you establish your authority for that particular keyword, the earch engines will pick up on that and start to rank you in the search engines.

    You may need to gain access to a keyword tool to see how far you rank within the first 100 pages of google. Once you get below 50, you will start to see traffic everyday. So if you rank under 50 for various long tail keywords that aren't being used heavily, you should begin to see 100 visitors very easily.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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  • Profile picture of the author Mysio123
    Select few keywords with good volumes and lesser competition and focus on white hat SEO techniques for 06 months and you will be there (with bit of luck also of course)
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  • Profile picture of the author Kamal Chhirang
    This is my website: IGNTimes.com

    I installed Yoast SEO Plugin, and all my posts are 95% optimized. I also submitted my sitemap to google and bing. My site is 40 days old, but i got only 18 visitors from google till now. My website total visitors are 600 (from FB).

    Why i got only 18 visitors from google till now? I did something wrong? What is the thing missing?
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Kamal Chhirang View Post

      This is my website: IGNTimes.com

      I installed Yoast SEO Plugin, and all my posts are 95% optimized. I also submitted my sitemap to google and bing. My site is 40 days old, but i got only 18 visitors from google till now. My website total visitors are 600 (from FB).

      Why i got only 18 visitors from google till now? I did something wrong? What is the thing missing?
      Yoast's score really doesn't mean much.

      You have basically no worthwhile backlinks to your site and you are trying to compete in one of the most competitive market places on the internet in gaming and tech. And it looks like your site is barely a month old.

      First, I wouldn't expect any serious search engine traffic in that particular niche for at least 6 months, and much more likely close to a year to build up traffic. You also are going to need to put in a ton of work and money into acquiring quality links if you want to compete in the search engines for that traffic.

      Second, I am no lawyer, but you named the site IGN Times. Probably the biggest gaming website on the planet is IGN. Yeah, I know your IGN stands for something different than theirs, but considering you are operating in the same niche and using those letters, you are probably flirting in a legal grey area. Maybe even completely over the line. I hope you consulted with an attorney before setting up this site with that name.
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  • Profile picture of the author dbeeiii
    Hi Kamal,

    Everyone's comments here are good tips, I would also consider your domain name, it too plays a key factor for attracting visitors.

    Is this a branded website or an feeder website?

    Having a domain for your website that includes a keyword or keyword phrase that is targeted for what your target market is already typing into google will help tremendously for you to rank higher and increase your monthly visitors...

    All the best
    Dbeeiii
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ Warner
    Depending on the type of "tech" your site caters to I'd definitely look into specialty sites (with good authority) to possibly contribute great content to that will then link back to your site.
    A great service to start with is HARO (Help A Reporter Out). You basically sign up by selecting from a huge list of subjects you're qualified to give advice on or insight. Then you'll get a daily email containing loads of journalists, e-zines, etc asking for experts in a given field to "tell a story of a day in the life" or "explain thermodynamics so a five year old could somewhat understand", you get the idea.
    The cool thing about HARO (admittedly I haven't used it a bunch myself...I'm somewhat shy) is the backlink power/juice your site receives.

    Really focus on quality backlinks and relevant, carefully-keyworded content. (keyworded?)
    Hope this helps, good luck.

    AJ
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  • Profile picture of the author Fahad Nazir
    Hi Kamal Chhirang,
    MikeFriedman has pointed out really sensitive issue that your domain name may be disputed in the future, so you may need to consult someone expert to confirm that you can carry on with the same domain name. Else at the end you lose your site with these efforts.
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  • Profile picture of the author iamalegend
    Easy keyword - 1 week
    Med keyword - 2-6 months
    Hard keyword - 1 year or never
    Extreme Keywords - Dreams
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    • Profile picture of the author TomWest
      How do you distinguish the keyword difficulty (easy-med, med-hard)?
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        How do you distinguish the keyword difficulty (easy-med, med-hard)?
        He has a pie chart.
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  • Profile picture of the author JhonyIsaacs
    Lot's of helpful guideline give some experts. I think so it's not easy to get 100 view form google, but it easily done if you have quality content, good keywords, well social marketing, choose the correct settle of on page-offpage seo and more things. There was no short cut way.
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