Free Traffic its very popular topic in net ,and like new seo master.
but i dont getting any traffic from google /yahoo or any other free search engine .
but i am getting more traffic from my friends groups site (like myspace/hi5/orkut and more).
yes , i am just creating 4 pages only . but that all pages getting more traffic from my friends.
what u think ?
make colourful .
Honey, If you would spend a little time writing articles and a little less time in the forum, you will find that traffic will come. and are you honestly telling us that your english is not very good based on your writing? Please forgive me however I find it hard to believe that you do not know proper english as you certainly spell pretty well. I noticed the word content in the second line and the at the end of the question you say ,"what u think?" I believe you know to say it as "what do you think?" but you are simply acting naive'. Don't do that as you are a smart cookie and most of us already know this, again start writing and then ask and we are all looking forward to your articles. If you need help please let us know as we are all here for you.
Hi there, i personally use yahoo and google search engine. what i do is that i do pay per click, now i know it sounds very expensive, but all i pay is $60.00 per month, it is well worth paying for, since i did it i got alot of traffic towards my website.
if you have a low budget, besides using hubpages.com, try to go to other websites to promote yours. there are tons of websites you can advertise for free. leave comments to forums and articles. it will make a difference.
try this website out www.bill-board.us
I think you need to create a lot more hubs which are keyword focussed and popular if you want google traffic
You got to do some research and some work before you will get traffic from google. There are millions of results for the term free traffic, so that means you have to be one in a million. The term free traffic is associated very closely with scams, I would recommend you to look into something else, because nothing is free!
Oh well. All in all, free traffic involves some work and elictricity bills. If you aim to get traffic i.e. from article directories, you need to spend some time to write and submit articles. To make reader click on the resource link each article has to have a compelling headline, and contain teasing content. So, it takes some efforts and time on your part. It's not really free. But, if opposed to paid ads, it certainly looks as free.
I would just try using different keywords, try different keywords in different articles. In my experience I just havn't had a lot of luck with those type of keywords because there is so much competition and most people see that word and decide its a scam before they ever even look at it.
There is no such thing as 'free' traffic. You need to work on your optimization in order to receive search engine traffic.
As long as time is money - you`ll be better of buying it
You can get free traffic only if you are on the first few pages of the google or any such other search engine. This is a very difficult task but it can be done. You need to write your content keeping keywords in focus and optimize all your pages for those keywords. You also need to do deep linking. There are so many steps and so much time required, that majority of us can't spend that much time.
I wrote a Hub about this very topic a few weeks ago. Follow these 16 steps and you can get a ton of targeted traffic at Zero Cost.
http://hubpages.com/hub/increased-web-t … -your-hubs
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I got the simplest formula for FREE TRAFFIC:
(Keywords in Hub) 2 + (Right Tags) + (Little Promotion) 3 = FREE TRAFFIC
OR Try This:
(a+b)2 - yt= a2 + 2ab + b2 + (y0 – b / 1-a)at a ± 1
Maybe write something worth reading... ive wasted a lot of time on here already
Does county the number of cars that pass your house count as free traffic?
No seriously I was thinking about this last summer! You know how you see business's make some one get in a funky chicken suit and stand on the corner of a busy intersection waving around?
I was considering having some one do that for my construction company with a huge sign and my web site address!
RDHayes if you put up a big sign you may need permission.
But if you make it look temporary you may get a way with it for a long time.
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