As you see, it is obviously not enough that you have a blog and it is available in public. When you have a blog, as long as the layout is sleek, as long as it has quality content, you are rest assured that the traffic will come. But most of the folks who generate more traffic are those that have more "referrals", if you may call them as such.
Having backlinks online, as I was taught, is like increasing your chances in the popularity content. The more backlinks your blog has, the higher the chances that you stood in terms of ranking high on the search engines. And on a technical level, you can still reach a lot of website traffic and hits without resorting to taking your clothes off or doing something nasty online just as long as you can generate as much traffic as possible.
Anyway, I currently write for Dual Language Books a.k.a. DuLaBoo. I write for them full-time and at home. It matched my fascination with foreign languages and I hope you could read my works there too. I would appreciate it very much that you do it for me. Now I write for Empower Network but that's a personal account just like my Weebly account.. I am free to write whatever I feel like writing there. It's where I get to unload my fascination with business entities and write reviews on how they do business too. I also write about my iinterests there like Filipino soaps, movies and celebrities.
I find fulfillment in what I do. I try not to be negative in the things that I write but most of the time, writing is my outlet of my frustrations. Sometimes they end up becoming the worst pieces of literary work online that I have published but I just let it because I don't know of any other way to unleash pent up emotions unlike in blogging granted that I don't get to reveal as much. I owe it to the Rushers that I have somewhat learned to be cryptic in some of my writings (and tweets too).
I think I will end up liking my stint here at Weebly. Thanks, Weebly, for the space.