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Increase Website Visitors - Use Niche Terms

Updated on March 30, 2012

Get Easy Website Hits

We all know that without web site visitors, you can't make any money if your intention is to monetize your website business.

One of the easy ways to increase hits to website is including Google adsense on your sites. You can use either your website or blog to get traffic. The setback in using website to get natural hits is that Google crawler does not crawl websites as frequently as it does blogs.

But, Google crawler do crawl and spider blogs on a daily basis. So the number one easy way to get more visitors to your website is by blogging. A blog is an online diary. If you can write and publish your blog post daily, the better.

If you have both website and blog, the best way to use your blog to increase website hits is to link back to your websites or web pages that you'll want the search engine to spider.

When google crawler visits blogs it takes snapshots of the blog content including the links to your websites or web pages and Google crawler will then follow your websites links from your blog pages and also take a snapshot of your website content.

Another great way to increase your website or blog traffic is to register or join a forum website of the topics or niche you write about. Some of these sites allow link back to your own blog or website. Or you can use your blog link in your profile page of the forums you join. Be sure to check their terms and conditions about linking back to other sites.

This is what you can do if you are allowed links to other sites. Start threads or leave comments that has to do with any of your blog page topic and link back to that particular page and not your entire blog url. This method you can also apply to your hubs here in hubpages.

How To Get Visitors To Your Website

More Website Visitors With Your Topic Niche Terms

Here is another powerful way to increase web hits to your website. Write as many articles as you can. Make sure you know your niche well so that you can include the terms associated with it. This is a good way of using natural keywords. Keep writing and writing articles as many as you can. You can write as many as 500 or more articles so that you can have many web site visitors landing on your page to read maybe one or two posts but end up reading many articles.

The more articles you write and publish, the more reading options you provide to your web visitors. Attracting as many website visitors to your website can make you extra money when some of these online visitors turn to be your loyal customers.

Having a greater knowledge on the business your website is promoting is very important.

Do a lot of research on such business area, so that you'll be able to write the articles with good information on your website. Check out how your business competitors are doing online and use any mistake you may find to write a problem solving articles for your blog visitors, who through this information can click to see what you are offering on your website.

Sharing your knowledge with your blog visitors will ensure that your blog visitors will visit your website after reading many of your articles and therefore they can trust your expertise and end up to purchase things from your website.

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      Christabel Evans 5 years ago from England, UK

      @rajan jolly, i appreciate your visit to this hub. Search engines love blog as it was supposed to be a daily personal entry. But business seized this advantage and publish their company's info to customers and workers. Today, it is a different story altogether, good story though...

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Great hub. Very informative. I didn't know that the Google crawler does not crawl websites everyday while it crawls the blogs daily. This should make writing on blogs more profitable.

      Voted up, useful, interesting and shared.

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      Christabel Evans 5 years ago from England, UK

      Thank you for your encouraging comment Teresa. Thanks for the sharing.

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      Teresa Schultz 5 years ago from East London, in South Africa

      Excellent tips - everyone who is trying to increase traffic to their sites (or even to their pages on writing sites) should read this - and I like the way you sort of say it so "matter-of-factly" - you know your topic well, and it comes across well in this hub, and can help others - if they only read it and use the advice! Sharing it with my HubPages followers.

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