Have you ever noticed how many pages your visitors click on? With fashion blogs, we tend to put everything on one page, but that keeps the readers from clicking on links and staying on your blog.
There are several ways to drive up the page views (number of pages viewed on your site), but when it comes down to it, you want your readers to read more of your blog. Luckily, there are plenty of plugins available to automate that process for you. Just in case you're in a rush and forgot to link to that other post about keeping people on your website.
This plugin sends a nifty little popup on the bottom right of your screen after you've been on a page for a certain amount of time. If someone is on your site and is reading a post, they might not scroll all the way down to the bottom, so if you want to catch them in time, here's your chance with the nrelate Flyout. Another bonus is that there are several design templates you can use to customize your look, you can even use sponsored posts in this as well.
Linkwithin is by far the most popular widget I've seen in the blogosphere. It looks nice it's graphic and it can be used on multiple platforms. I have used this plugin for years and it does increase your page views for certain.
Engageya is a new plugin that works like Linkwithin, I'm experimenting with it now, and down the line you will be able to monetize this section of your blog as well, which is great for diversifying your income streams!
Outbrain is a robust related post service that tracks clicks in real time, giving you analytics of how your readers are engaging with your content. It also has promotional opportunities where you can promote your content on other sites (for a price). However, it also offers you the opportunity to monetize the links on that section of your site, giving you another way to bring in extra cash.