Here are a few things that I often do to get traffic.
Submit your link to directories, maybe do some link exchanges. You might try google ad words depending on your budget. Maybe you could even start a blog and get your blog listed in various blog communities. Good luck with everything!!!
Social networking sites are good platform for generating targeted traffic, for better exposure join SN sites and go for tagging in bookmarking sites as well, if your good content does not get a path to travel then what is the use of good content?
Another way to promote your site is to write original articles and submit them to article directories such as ezinearticles.com - include a link back to your site in the signature box.
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I checked your two signature links - are they the sites you want to promote?
Getting people to your site is only one part of the battle. Once they are there you need to get their email address. I didn't notice any form, or free newsletter for your visitors to sign up to. You need to capture the email of your visitors. Perhaps you do have one there - but I didn't NOTICE it...
Writing a blog is a very good idea - remember to add your link in the signature section of every article you write!
Don't waste your money on expensive advertising - original content is the key. Oh, and contributing to forums! Remember, every time you post with a signature attached to your post you get a permanent link back to your site for people and search engines to find their way to your site.
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Using social bookmarking site will improve you site visitor but for long term business you need a better places in SERP. Try launch you backlink building campaign and get at least 10 site per day and monitor your site.
Nearly every online marketer on the planet uses pay per click in their traffic churning “bag of tricks.”
It's a great way to get targetted traffic to your site.
The problem with pay per click is the “high learning cost.” What I mean by that is it takes months of education, trial and error, and skill to write ads that bring home the bacon… for the least cost.
PPC has lots of competition and it is not easy, yet the rewards make the effort worthwhile… if you can learn how to master it.
I have found a new trend which is FREE - so you could maximize per visitor profits with no out-of-pocket cost and Produces rapid results so you could start banking more cash as fast as humanly possible.
One of the mega-trends taking hold right now is the evolution to what's called Web 2.0. Blogging, Social Networking sites such as MySpace and Video sites like You Tube have exploded in the last 18 months.
Video is a trend worth your attention. Research indicated between April and June 1995, 94 Million U.S. based internet surfers viewed online videos… spending 73 minutes per month on average… EACH!
Emarketer estimates 123 MILLION Americans will view online video every month in 2007.
That's just the start. Obviously, the sheer growth of online video hosting services confirms the trend. Clearly, video is the wave of the future.
Just loading up a video gets you natural rankings almost immediately. All you need to do is choose your keywords, or keyword phrases… and you're on the most trusted side of the page on multiple search engines.
But you'll be surprised because you'll be listed in the video services search rankings IMMEDIATELY. That means the 11 percent of surfers who trust video before all else see you right away.
* Recorded Info
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* Talking into your Digital Recorder!
That's it! Couldn't be easier. And soon you're enjoying a windfall of new business...
Yes, making an internet marketing video is a very good idea.
Nobody has mentioned podcasting as a marketing tool - does anybody have any experience of that medium?
Going back to article marketing, I'd like to add that when you write your internet marketing article it's a good idea to do some keyword research and plug some suitable keyword phrases into the title, subtitle and of course the main body of the text.
Don't over-egg the pudding by gratuitous repetition, but you can greatly improve your hit rate by paying attention to how you phrase each sentence and plugging in keyword phrases where they will fit naturally. I usually write the article first and then do my keyword research and modify the article accordingly.
If you are just starting out with article marketing, don't always go for the most popular keywords - choose the ones that get between a few hundred and a couple of thousand hits per month. That way your article stands a better chance of getting into the top 10 on the search terms.;)
Yes, quality of your own site - unique content and good layout and SEO are very important.
But what do you mean, article marketing is dead?:confused: Could you give us some more information or tell us where exactly to find it?
I think it is very unlikely to be the case. Actually, what you should do is write TWO versions (maybe more) of the SAME article, one for your site or your blog, and then another, using different syntax and vocabulary, to submit to article sites.
Posting your articles on good article sites such as ezinearticles.com will definitely increase your traffic.
I think the basic and yet most important thing to consider is how the content gives impact to the readers. The facade must be simple but not overbearing, must be informative, detailed, accurate and user friendly.
Well, maybe the best way to get traffic is to go to Trafficswarm and purchase thousands of hits. But if you want to build depth on the Internet and get quality visitors, article marketing is the way to go.
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