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6 Tips To Increase Internet Traffic

Updated on December 17, 2013

Having a great business, beautiful website, great content and a great product doesn't mean anything if people don't know your online. It's like having a business in the Sahara Dessert. What will it take to get the most targeted traffic to our content and products? Well, this is the question we all ask and strive to answer every day.

There are many answering that question everyday and continuously work for the solution. The truth is, increasing your internet traffic is an ongoing process, a never ending story. There are companies paying millions to market huge company and that alone should tell us that our quest will never stop if we indeed want our online traffic for free.

Working to increase our free internet traffic will mean a lot of:

  • Constant Keyword research.
  • Quality optimized content writing.
  • Article submissions.
  • Quality photos
  • Social media connection

6 Tips For Free Internet Traffic

I have included tips to free Internet traffic.Getting Free Internet Traffic is a strategy that has to be duplicated and done on a daily basis for at least 2 hours, 5 days a week. Be diligent and your rewards will come. Slow and steady wins this race. Scams may work for a minute, but then cause you income to disappear.

You may be seeing some of the same tips all over the Internet and there is a reason for that. It is because it works. You may be searching for a faster way to build traffic, and there is a faster way. However, it has a cost. Your can pay for every ad that is clicked by Ad Sense. If you are not sure how to use Ad Sense properly it can cause you a lot of money. Being quick is not always what's best.

You must crawl before you walk, so let's crawl for free. Getting online traffic for free is a supplement for sites that can afford ppc ads with Google. The more traffic generated the better.

6 Tips For Free Internet Traffic From Forums and Social Network Sites

  1. Go to Google and find forums for your search. "Childcare + forums". Leave helpful comments and link.
  2. Sign up to social network websites like facebook and tell people about your site..
  3. Spend the day posting your new article into article submission sites.
  4. You can ask and answer questions that are relevant to your website. Use your signature (web address) after each useful comment to create a link to your site.
  5. Write articles that are relevant to your blog with contextual link to your website.
  6. Tweet about each article you write to create more links.

Articles are always sending you traffic for free while you sleep, if done properly. Imagine writing a few articles every week and spending an hour everyday posting those articles into article submission sites? The more you do this the faster you will become and the more visitors you will have.

This is called "Free Residual Traffic". And it didn't cost you anything for this Free Internet Traffic. That along with Google Ad-sense, Amazon and Affiliate program should ensure you a wonderful future.

Remember, making money does not happen over night. This is a business, the more you write and practice delivering good content the better you will become. That goes for researching keywords as well.

Important tip: Look for low competition keyword phrases such as 20 - 90. Try it! This will allow people to find you . If you use keyword phrases of 1500 or 20,000 you will not be found unless you pay for Google ad-sense which will place you on the front page. Good Luck and never stop learning to increase your internet traffic. It will pay off.

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    • Elearn4Life profile imageAUTHOR

      Darlene Matthews 

      6 years ago

      Thanks for your comment Onlinestrategies we have to use all strategies at our desposal!

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      Onlinestrategies 

      6 years ago

      While forums are a great source of traffic, I find social networking is more effective. Search engines are now optimized for considering the social share for ranking the content. Social engagement is really important.

    • Elearn4Life profile imageAUTHOR

      Darlene Matthews 

      7 years ago

      We have to experiment until we find perfect way for the techniques to work for us. For instance writing without keyword research will lose us potential search engine visitors. Thanks for your comments Scribenet and LAcy.

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      LAcy 

      7 years ago

      Practical information. Thanks

    • Scribenet profile image

      Scribenet 

      7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Wow, 2 hours, 5 days a week! Haven't the time yet, but hope to be able to try that sooner than later!Hopefully, by next winter! :)

      I notice, the more I work on such things, the more traffic appears; so I believe that is what must be done.

      I thank you for the practical way to go, which is probably the best way for most of us Hubbers!

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