How do you drive traffic to your website?
I run a site for my paranormal research team and we are always trying to get more traffic in, not just hits but quality traffic.
there are a lot of ways: bookmarking your site with socialbookmarking sites like: stumble upon, reddit, digg, etc., submitting to free search engine submission sites like: freewebsubmission.com, yahoo, google, etc. participating in forums related to your site's topic and dropping your site's url, article marketing, through facebook free advert, etc...then use search engine friendly keywords, etc. there are so many ways, just go through my profile and check out some of my hubs on this topic...they will help you a lot...good luck dear!
I made a short list:
1- Put a link to your website under this heading, i'd probably have visited it.
2- Try to promote your site on other websites that get loads of traffic such as twitter and facebook.
3- build quality content on your website, is your website worth visiting everyday? If not why not?
4- This suggestion might be a little more painful, put links of other paranormal research teams on your site, then ask ( i'd wait a bit) for a reciprocal link. That way whatever they are doing to drive more traffic to their site , may also benefit your site as well.
5- Word of mouth, tell people what your doing and tell them to check out your site, also read my articles itll give you some tips on driving traffic to your website..
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