2.Send out a newsletter! use mailchimp.com for better publishing of newsletters.
3.Go to a free seminar for Website owners. You might learn something.
4.Find the quality and relevant blogs and leave a comment (with a link back to your site of course).
5.Don’t pay people to submit your site to search engines. It’s a waste of money.
6.YouTube , Vimeo are excellent portals on which to launch a viral campaign.
7.Giving away an eBook is an excellent way to generate word-of-mouth about your site.
8.Sponsor a WordPress theme or a blogger template.
9.If you sell products that are advertised on television by the manufacturer, add “As Seen on TV” to your site!
10.Avoid proprietary technologies like Java and Active X.
11.Put downloadable content on your site, but make sure it’s not manufacturer specific – so .MP3 rather than .WMA.
12.Learn about CSS. It’s the new HTML. You can learn about CSS and HTML from these sites
Udemy.com, Codeacademy.com, Coursera.org, EDX.org
13.Contribute to related subject areas on Wikipedia. Ask bloggers and other Web site owners to review your site and/or products.
14.Have user-friendly page names – most tools come with some way to avoid it.
15.If you must have a Flash homepage, make sure you have a “Skip Intro” link.
16.Tell your local rag about your site. These newspapers are desperate for stories and you may well even get a pic of your ugly picture published.
17.Become a leading authority on your chosen subject A.K.A Subject Matter Expert.
18. Create a Twitter(@techpomelo) account and regularly publicize your blog posts using tweets. Use tools like hootsuite, buffer, for better management of your social media.
Use this tools to automate your social media – https://techpomelo.com/2015/10/10-most-effective-social-media-automation-tools/
19. Write a post on Linkedin, Quora, Facebook and use it to publicize your views.
20. Take a blog improvement challenge with problogger.net