This guide will show you how to drive traffic to your adult website on autopilot, meaning once set up the amount of traffic coming to your site will increase automatically. This is possible through building Tumblr blogs.
I will show you how to create a new Tumblr blog related to your niche that publishes images from other Tumblr blogs with a link to your website underneath the pictures. The blog, the numbers of followers and the traffic to your website will grow without you doing anything.
1. Create A List Of Tumblr Blogs
The first step involves collecting Tumblr blogs in your niche. Go to Google and type in:
your keyword + tumblr
Search for 2-3 high quality blogs that mostly upload nice looking, non-watermarked pictures. Check if the blog is updated regularly, but make sure that the blog does not spam out hundreds of images a day. A few images a day is perfect. When you found a nice blog, add /rss/ to the URL and save it somewhere until you collected all 2-3 blogs.
The URLs need to be in the format:
2. Create A New RSS Feed
Now, you should combine these RSS feeds into one feed.
Register an account at feedrinse.com.
Enter the URLs of the feeds you collected and press “Import”.
Press “your channels” and “add one”.
Give your channel a name and click on “continue”.
Select the feeds you imported previsouly by clicking on the “+” symbol. Save the changes.
Click on the symbol in front of your channel name and choose “Other” in the drop-down menu.
A new tab or windows should have opened in your browser. Copy the URL of this newly opened site (will look something like http://feedrinse.com/services/channel/?chanurl=c12b34va5c6s78). Save it somewhere for later.
3. Create A New Tumblr Account
Register a new email which you will use for the Tumblr account. For example, at outlook.com.
Register a new Tumblr account.
It’s better to keep your username without a hint to adult content and then change your username later.
Write a title and a description that fit to your niche.
Verify your email address.
Go to the settings and mark your blog as NSFW (= Not Safe For Work). This gives users a hint that your blog contains material they do not want to click on when being at work (or while the girlfriend is watching 😉 ).
Change your username to something niche related. You can use keywords if it doesn’t make the name sound odd.
Pick a theme you like. I recommend nothing too fancy, keep it clean and simple. I prefer the theme “Observer”.
In the settings of your theme, choose “Edit theme” and then go to the “Advanced options”.
Activate “Open links in new window” and “Truncate RSS feed”. Hit “Save”.
Done. You can change some colors or fonts if you like or just continue with the next step.
4. Create Your IFTTT Recipe
IFTTT (= IF This Then That) is an amazing website for all people who love automation. You can create hundreds of different actions with a simple scheme: if this happens then do that.
For example, you could create a recipe (that’s how they call these instructions) that says: if I get a new email, then send me a SMS. And guess what, when you get a new email it will automatically send you a SMS.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a recipe that posts a photo to Tumblr when it gets added to your RSS feed.
Register an account at ifttt.com.
While in your account, click on “Create” to create a new recipe. Click on “this”.
Under “Choose Trigger Channel” choose “Feed”.
Click on “New feed item” and put in the link to the RSS feed channel you previously created at feedrinse.com. Press “Create Trigger”.
Click on “that”, choose the Tumblr symbol and activate it.
Authorize your Tumblr account.
Check “Use this profile on IFTTT” and press “Done”.
Click “Continue to the next step”.
Under “Choose an Action” click “Create a photo post”.
Leave “Photo URL” at “EntryImageUrl”.
Change “Photo caption” to a short text and a link to your website. For example:
Watch [your niche] videos here: http://youradultproject.xyz/
Create some Tags related to your niche. Separate them with comma.
Leave the option for “Publish“ at “Publish now” and hit “Create Action”.
Finally, click “Create Recipe”.
Each time a new photo is added to your feed, the Tumblr blog will publish a photo with a link to your adult website under it.
The blog will grow and grow and grow while you are sitting in front of your desk eating peanut better. No seriously, it doesn’t get any easier than this.
Be patient, it will need some time until your blog gains momentum and people start following and reblogging it like crazy.
You can use the time to create more Tumblr blogs like this (remember that you have to use proxies + delete all cookies for the next time) or you could start another adult project. For example, you could create your own porn site or an adult autoblog.
If you want to speed up the process, you have to read my Tumblr guide for adult webmasters.
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