How do one get lots of visitors to a website or blog without spending ?

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  1. Mercilyn22 profile image57
    Mercilyn22posted 9 years ago

    How do one get lots of visitors to a website or blog without spending ?

    I have a blog that talks about how to make money online.the companies pays everyday as long as you  hit thier payout.i need to send more visitors to my please i need your assistance.

  2. fastfreta profile image75
    fastfretaposted 9 years ago

    I might not be getting the kind of traffic that you're ,talking about, but maybe what I'm doing will help somewhat.  I email all of my friends and ask them to do the same.  I also speak with my friends face to face.   In addition I submit my pieces to sites, such as Stumbleupon, digg, Facebook, etc.  I hope that helps a little.  The most important thing is to write quality hubs, the kind that people will want to read and recommend

  3. spirituality profile image60
    spiritualityposted 9 years ago

    You need to get into SEO. In short: keyword research and getting (quality) links to your blog. In blogland the way to get links from other blogs is to
    - write well
    - comment on other blogs
    - link to good blogposts yourself.

  4. Cuisine profile image61
    Cuisineposted 9 years ago

    Have you tried yet?

  5. moremoneybd profile image59
    moremoneybdposted 9 years ago

    Wright more articles using hubpage. Post your Url to search engine. You web page should be user friendly.
    If you do this you will get more visitors.

  6. soulman247 profile image60
    soulman247posted 9 years ago

    well u wanna get traffic to your site i can give u 5000 free tfaffic/leads just vist and find out how.There is a link called see use live clcik on there and chat live anytime to the person there for help

  7. Hiperion profile image30
    Hiperionposted 9 years ago

    You must insert your website in all search engines you know
    You must go to other blogs and forums about your theme and talk about your blog
    You must send an email to all the persons you know to visit your site and they may do the same
    You can sign your email with your website┬┤s address. So, everyone you send a mail will see that.

  8. crazy4life profile image59
    crazy4lifeposted 9 years ago

    i am new to this site so I am looking for a job online all I see r scams is there really a job out there if so can u help me

  9. zaina-777 profile image61
    zaina-777posted 9 years ago

    If you google "free online advertising," there are so many avenues you can choose from such as submitting the url of your blog at ping sites, you can advertise in the free ad sections of some directories, you can also advertise in classified sections for free. You can write articles and submit to various forums and you could even advertise in the free section of your local paper if they let you.
    Do not pay for people to click on your page as you will get people clicking and you will notice your traffic data going up as they have to be there for a minimum length of time but no-one will be on there reading your blog. They are hired by the some companies and asked to click on a link for a cent. Its hardly worth your time or theirs.

  10. coraparks profile image61
    coraparksposted 9 years ago

    the first thing to do is learn about SEO and how to do it well on a website. the best thing you can do is set up a site that automatically draws in people looking for your target keyword.

  11. buzzyblogger profile image57
    buzzybloggerposted 9 years ago

    I would start a new blog with a new name. That name isn't easy to remember. You are going to miss out on a lot of repeat traffic. Also, consider using your own domain name and hosting. Research it. It does take some money and time. You will get a lot more benefits from Search Engine Optimization using your own domain name on a platform like Word Press standalone.

  12. MikeNV profile image77
    MikeNVposted 9 years ago

    People want to get information from sources they an trust, sources they believe in.  If you have a Masters Degree in Marketing from an accredited University, and a proven track record with results you can show to people you have a lot better shot than some guy who doesn't and is just throwing up affiliate links on a free site to try and make a buck.

    The "secret" is creating value for your visitors.

  13. Rynaldos profile image74
    Rynaldosposted 9 years ago

    Have you tried  ? Very informative

  14. profile image0
    rakubaposted 8 years ago

    If you have Wordpress based blog you can join our Link exchange network


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