What Are Some Inexpensive Ways To Promote A Website?

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  1. PhoenixV profile image65
    PhoenixVposted 5 years ago

    What Are Some Inexpensive Ways To Promote A Website?

    What Are Some Inexpensive Ways To Promote A Website?

  2. dappledesigns profile image90
    dappledesignsposted 5 years ago

    Social media is one of the most used and best inexpensive ways to promote a website. Not only do you reach a lot of people to view the site or share content, you are also building up your website ranking by utilizing higher ranked sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.). The better the ranking the higher your website will appear in search engines.

    PPC advertising via social media can be customized to your budget as well and can target a very specific market.

    Creating a blog within your site can bring organic traffic to your site by giving users relevant content and becoming a reliable source.

    Adwords can be a great advertising resource, but this can get higher on the price scale depending on what your site is all about. (you are going to have to pay more for popular keywords)

    Include your website in your email signature.

    Email marketing is now very reasonable and can reach a lot of people in their most used form of communication. Sites like Icontact or Constant Contact offer plans that are very affordable. Include links to your main site, give teasers to articles and blog posts but most importantly give people useful information, not just a sales pitch.

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    parkavithaiposted 5 years ago

    Yahoo answers have thousands of open questions from hundreds of users around the world.  Solve their problems and promote your website along with your answer.  That is one of the best way to get free traffic to your website.

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    Confucius Vijayposted 5 years ago

    Social Media optimization, Search engine optimization are the best way to do it successfully. as they are mostly use by promoters and provide best of the advantage.

  5. webquestionanswer profile image58
    webquestionanswerposted 5 years ago

    I had known about Search engine optimization tips, Google Adsense optimization tips but there can be Social Media Optimization tips too, I was not aware of.  I think if the authors write on varied subjects and follow the existing authors on such varied topics - Social media may get optimized. There is one more Optimization that is Geographical Area optimization. If you find that your articles are read in particular geographical locations then try social media optimization in those geographical locations. It will have multiplier effect.

 
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