The best way to increase organic traffic is to have content that is both relevant and useful. It should be interesting, relevant, and valuable enough that people will look at it multiple times to see if they are interested in reading more about it.
If you have 20 articles on your blog about something that is relevant to the topic of interest, you will likely be getting lots of organic traffic. If the content is interesting, well-written, and useful, people will likely continue reading it multiple times throughout the week or even throughout their day.
You can expect to generate organic traffic with 20 articles on your blog. Organic traffic is traffic that is not from any source, such as search engine results, social media accounts, or websites that you have created yourself.
If you have 20 articles posted on your blog and none of them are about your blog topic of choice, it may be time to switch topics or add more content. You can also change the title of the blog if you prefer (this will only affect the visibility of the blog in search engines).
If you have only 20 articles posted on your blog, it’s time to start creating more content!
Here are some things you should look for when creating content:
1. Content should be original and relevant to your blog topic.
2. It should be easy to read and follow.
3. It shouldn’t take a lot of time or resources to create it (especially if it’s new!).
4. It shouldn’t require too much effort (or money) to produce!
5. The content must be useful and up-to-date!
There is no way to know how much organic traffic you will get with 20 articles on your blog without actually testing the waters. However, if you are planning on adding a product review section to your blog, it would be a good idea to test out some of the products first before expanding into more advanced content. If you decide to add a product review section, make sure that it is helpful and informative for the readers as well as easy to read.
Another thing to keep in mind is that if your blog is about health or fitness, then expect fewer visitors from organic traffic sources like search engines and social media. Instead, target visitors from internal traffic sources like email and forum posts.