We all have Blogs, Hubs and Websites that we have to promote in order to gain traffic, to make money and to become a guru in your particular area. Whether it be for business or about your love life how do you go about driving traffic to your website or blog? How do you get people to visit and to stay hooked to what you have written?
Lets have a good time discussing what each of us do to increase our website's traffic.
It really easy to develop a website or online business but the real job is to do Internet Marketing and in a right direction. To bring a traffic to your website you need to chose Right Keyword & use same keyword in your Website Title and meta tag. Then follow the these 10 steps:
1. Social Network: ( Facebook, twitter, youtube)
4. Book marking
5. Question & Answers
6. Article Submission
7. Web Directory Submission
8. Search Engine Submission
9. Link Exchange Portals
10. Blog Comments
This take bit time but its easy and you don’t have to pay stupid money to any other Internet Marketing company. Let me know if you need more information.
This is alot of information packed into a listed format. I like it very much.... have these combinations worked for you? and if so, which of them works best?
i do often use seo strategy, building more backlinks and targeting high traffic keywords.
If you want to take it as a business then you can't spend most of your time getting traffic. I would suggest you to get some quality backlinks for a site so that you start getting traffic from search engines and then you can move on to your next project.
The number of backlinks will depend upon the competition in your niche.
I'd buy targeted traffic from a reputable source and let it come to my hub. At the very least, the traffic can boost authority which would help it rank on the search engines.
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Do you have a website/blog/youtube channel?
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