Which method a new website owner should follow to increase website traffic? Paid

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  1. Traffic Creator profile image59
    Traffic Creatorposted 7 years ago

    Which method a new website owner should follow to increase website traffic?
    Paid method or Free.

    Which method a new website owner should follow to increase website traffic?
    Paid method or Free method. Why?

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    AMBASSADOR BUTLERposted 7 years ago

    Free. You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free with the greatest article on the earth called " Daily Nuggets Moment Ambassador Brandon Butler " I am also on Google website and probably why I have been on the 1st page of Google since September 2010 A.D. but also because it is the greatest article on the earth and the proof is in the numbers for my 3 hubs ever total Page Views 3049 and 452 monthly views with an average of 1016 views per hub in 12 months and this is awesome and a standard to write only 3 hubs of excellent quality content to accomplish this record breaking output for 3 hubs in 12 months through 100% Referring Sites traffic to " Daily Nuggets Moment AMBASSADOR BRANDON BUTLER " So then the Free method is the best when you have written the greatest article on the earth and you must write at least with the excellent and high quality content article to get the 100% Referring Sites traffic.

  3. jtyler profile image58
    jtylerposted 7 years ago

    I would suggest the free method.  You should get your traffic to a certain minimum before you start paying.  There are many ways to get your traffic up at first.  Read my article on getting more visitors.

  4. s.foram profile image60
    s.foramposted 7 years ago

    As you know Getting good backlinks to your website will help to increase the overall search engine rank of your website. You can use some free methods to increase your website traffic. Try to write original and quality content and submit in article directories.

  5. Luke Swenson profile image54
    Luke Swensonposted 4 years ago

    Offering free online services or utilities from your website. For instance, they could be search engine submitting, copyrighting, proofreading etc. The service or utility should be helpful to your target audience. Another method is to buy website traffic, try SEOclerks. You can find many experts here, they can help you in providing website traffic at a cheap rate.


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