In a few discussions, I've noticed people talking about 'organic traffic', and I'm wondering exactly what this means?
Generally it refers to unpaid traffic, usually from search engines.
An example of paid traffic would be running an adwords campaign to get traffic to your site. Of course, if you're income comes primarily from advertising then running advertisements yourself generally isn't going to be a winning proposition, although I'm sure there are some clever people that manage to exploit an occasional advertising arbitrage opportunity.
These are search engine traffic usually from google, yahoo and msn. Say you have a good hub and it ranks high in search engine results you will get visitors.
Thanks Paul & Rudra -
I think I'll not be paying for traffic in the foreseeable!
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Edit: Reference note: The OP by another Hubber has been deleted.The purpose of this thread is an inquiry as to how to get more organic traffic....
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