How Blogger Jamie Reeves Doubled Her Traffic Using Atomic Reach

6.07.2012

Over here in our Atomic World, we’ve been receiving great feedback from bloggers using our platform. They’ve been so vocal about their experience that we just had to interview them.

One of the bloggers we’ve had the pleasure of connecting with is Jamie Reeves (founder of BlondeMomBlog.com), a mommy blogger who writes about the crazy ups-and-downs of parenting, her two pups, and whatever else tickles her fancy, from shopping to pop culture.

Jamie joined Atomic Reach when we approached her about having her blog posts appear on the Ganz World Parent Club Website.

Since signing on to Atomic Reach and Ganz World Parent Club (in late 2011), Jamie has seen a significant increase in her traffic.

Jamie happily points out, “I consistently get great traffic via Ganz World Parent Club and via Atomic Reach. It’s safe to say my pageviews have doubled.” Ganz World Parent Club has become her number one traffic source, before Google and Yahoo. In addition to more traffic, she’s been getting a whole new fanbase consisting of more readers and reach!

We love hearing this kind of news, and we have several more blogger testimonials to showcase soon. For now, you can read more about what Jamie had to say about her experience with Atomic Reach and Ganz World Parent Club here.

Note to bloggers: If you actively blog about parenting, family celebrations, creative play, tech, recipes, fashion, beauty, fitness, home decor, or crafts you’re welcome to submit a request to join the Ganz World Parent Club Website. The community’s mission is to educate, inform and converse with parents about raising healthy, engaged and active children. Leave a comment here if you’d like to join this growing community!

 

 

And if you’d like to see what we’re all about, you can watch this quick video on how we help bloggers. When you’re ready to get started, check out this list of 150+ Tribes and join one! There are many apps and tools that you can use to build your traffic, read about it here.

 

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