What is the best way for more traffic on our web site?
ask by jeety.
Search engine traffic is the best. So you should be aiming for that. Backlinking using social bookmarking sites, networking sites, etc. Some links below for your reference -
http://hubpages.com/hub/How_To_Increase … _Your_Site
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http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Millions-of … -web-pages
A professional SEO team with writers and good marketting plan can probably help increase traffic, also help improve clarity if properly highered.
Write a good content with valuable information to create popular post that drives traffic.
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I'm definitely going to check out what SunSeven has linked below; and you should too. You keep on asking this question, and you'll keep on getting good answers. . . . .you'll also find that there's no "real," or "correct" answer; but most everyone I've seen who's answered something like this . . . . they all agree that search engine traffic is the best traffic for income from ads, and so that means that you and I, and all of us must use some SEO tactics. . . . ..and I'm sorta kinda not really doing that so much, but I'm also slowly learning.
I'm willing to bet, honestly, that what qualifies as SEO today, will not be SEO tomorrow; as the search engines routines may well "evolve" just like everything else does.
The number one proven way is to pay for advertising. It always works. You just have to bite the bullet and commit to a plan.
Facebook ads are highly effective but you need to commit a fair hunk of cash and really do a blitz even if you have to blow the whole wad in a short space of time... i.e. it's better to spend a lot for a short period than the same amount over a long period.
Carpet bomb a social networking site with ads.
There seems to really only be two ways to do what you're asking... as has been covered here already.
A) SEO your site... this will slowly, gradually build up your number base (in some cases 1,000 per day can take 3 years or so)... but it will be sustainable. You need patience, but the older the site gets, and the more you maintain it / add content to it / improve the user experience... the more traffic you'll get, sooner, that will convert well into sales.
B) PAY for traffic... this is a short term solution that will likely get you 1,000's of visitors while the campaign is running. With a good ad that saturates the web (even if only for a week)... people will see the ad everywhere and be more likely to click. The danger is that they 'just want to see what all the fuss is about'... there's no buyer intent, as with SEO (in the right market at least).
Still... if you have the cash and the right market... a good PPC campaign can pay you back many many times over.
It's talked about here actually but it uses a garden as a metaphor :-p: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make-mon … rganically
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