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Discussion in 'Internet Marketing' started by hailin, May 29, 2012.
This is my website(www.chinahailin.com). How to increase website traffic?
You should do social media optimization and build quality backlinks for increase website traffic.
There are alot more sources to get more traffic but first of all you should examine that do your products have the worth to cater the audience. Starting from participating in social book marking and networking sites is the good practice to get visible in the major communities and in this sense you can get intersections with your product familiar communities. Some sort of hard work on keywords can also increase your desired and targeted audience. Email marketing and sms marketing is also a good marketing strategy to increase traffic.
It will take time of your constant afford. Social media is best to drive web traffic to your site. High quality directory submission, and high quality article submission with forum posting and blog commenting can drive web traffic but it will take time.
Make sure that you create a variety of ways to get traffic. Don't rely entirely on any one method. As the recent Google Penguin update has shown, over-reliance on a single source such as search engine traffic can be devastating because you have no control over how someone else sends traffic to your site.
As your site is in a specific niche adwords might work well for you. Watch your budget though and make the ads really well targeted.
It is important that you find your niche market, then do forum postings, blog comments, broadcast on Youtube with a 3-minute video which can be highly effective if presented well. Finally, then check your web stats to see how you are doing. Just continue this process and you will be well on your way to increased traffic on your website.
adwords, adcenter, connect with potential customers through twitter and facebook.
Figure out what key words and phrases are going to be important to your site and make it your “career” to get links into your site. Start a blog and participate in other blogs like guest blogging. Add something interactive to the site that will make people come back over and over. Don’t worry about how many people come to the site but with how long they stay.
Traffic is what everyone want. Always focus on your content related to the keywords of your topic because content is king. Optimize your keywords with quality content to increase rankings. To get instant traffic, launch contests. You can do it by searching some sponsor programs. Link exchange is another very important part for your website. Link exchange with other websites can ensure that your site can bring more traffic. One more important thing is Social media. Follow and share with other users. Its very complected to keeping updated with social media but doing this with quality and becoming part of the community to let the people to promote your content can be worthy for you.
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With SMO you can increase traffic.
1. Figure out what key words and phrases are going to be important to your site.
2. Make it your “career” to get links into your site.
3. Start a blog and participate in other blogs.
4. Add something interactive to the site that will make people come back over and over
5. Don’t worry about how many people come to the site but with how long they stay.
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Follow this quick 4-step plan:
1) write a bit of interesting content
2) get that content posted on other people's sites
3) blog (on your own site) about how the article has been published on another site (with a link to your article on the site)
4) use Twittter, Facebook, LinkedIn, GooglePlus, Pinterest etc to drive traffic to your blog and to the article.
Step 1 capitalizes on your experience, knowledge and understanding of your niche.
Step 2 puts you in front of all of the subscribers and followers that the publisher's own marketing efforts are delivering. The only other way to reach their audience is to buy advertising space. You benefit by being presented as an expert to their niche-specific audience. This makes their subscribers interested in you and they'll follow the links in your "About the Author" resource box. This drives traffic.
Step 3 is a powerful way to demonstrate your expertise to your existing followers and social circles. It proves that others in your niche have decided that your advice/knowledge is relevant and interesting - so much so that they've put you in front of their readers. This enhances your reputation.
Step 4 is how you exponentially extend the reach of a single bit of content.
This process is simple, repeatable, and delivers relevant, natural links plus social media attention.
It is important that you find your niche market, then do forum postings, blog comments, broadcast on Youtube with a 3-minute video which can be highly effective if presented well.
First of all try to find out your niche market and than generate targeted traffic from search engines. If you want to get traffic from search engines than search engine optimization or link building is the only way to get ranked in Google top ranking positions.
I think I like cellington's post. It's really simple and it delivers. Gaining traffic is harder if you focus only on link building. Try to do an interesting content so that people will go viral and actually go to your website and view it.
There are many different ways to increase the traffic on your website, but Commenting on blogs, forums, social media site and having many backlinks can give you a huge Organic Traffic to your website which will be very helpful to promote your business all over the world.
I feel like the topic (getting traffic) is all too often analyzed to death, when it can be very simple. I've had terrific success just providing interesting content and getting it posted on relevant websites. I love being able to 1) provide a service to those site owners and 2) capitalize on the eyeballs visiting their sites. I've never been all that interested in running ads, and I hate doing outbound marketing, but when I can help people, I'm more than happy to do so.