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How To Drive Traffic To Your Website

Updated on May 18, 2012

There are many ways to drive traffic to your website. Some of them are: use of SEO, Article Writing, PPC, Facebook Fan page, Twitter, Video marketing, Media Buys etc.

You and I know that article writing is difficult, SEO is for pro internet marketers & you are not one, PPC is very expensive (As high as $1/click), Twitter & Facebook has it own problems because you can't upload videos with slow internet. With all of the above, you need to spend at least 2-4 hours online daily to master & use any of the above traffic methods.

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    • callisto123 profile image

      callisto123 7 years ago

      I think social media has the biggest potential for drawing high, long term traffic. PPC is definitely costly though it can be affordable for certain uses, in particular advertising products.

    • globalsky profile image

      globalsky 7 years ago

      I believe the most efficient on a long term basis is the article writing.