Increase Website Traffic for Business
Many people think that just having a good website is all you need to get tons of visitors. The reality is, getting traffic to your site takes hard work and diligence and is not accomplished overnight. And, because the competitive landscape for every industry is different, one size (approach) does not fit all!
If you search on the web for advice, you’ll find good, bad, malicious and everything in between. For some reasonable best practices on, “How do I get traffic to my website?, click on the resource link.
The first place to start is to find your niche, then fill it with quality content. Build around what your most desired clients wants and needs are. Provide quality content and present it, through clean & creative layout, well. Give them your best!
How Do I Get Traffic To My Website – SEO
After good content & layout, there is SEO. There are on-page factors as well as off-page factors. On-page factors include:
- Use of correct Keywords & Keyphrases
- Use of Keywords in Domain Name (Dead-on Domain)
- Use of Keywords on Page Titles and Post Titles
- Use of good content related to your Keywords
- Use of good internal and outgoing linking with the right Anchor Text
Off-page SEO factors include:
- Links from related industry authoritative sites
- Anchor link text with Keywords linking back to your website
- Proper use of Social Media
- Article writing with deep linking back to your website
- Videos with links back to your website
Please note, what is shared here is only scratching the surface and is not exhaustive. And, local search is a whole other ballgame, where other rules also apply.
How Do I Get Traffic To My Website? – Blog
Did I mention good content? The search engines are all about content; they are ravenous creatures constantly on the prowl for more, new and fresh content. By “fresh”, I mean new and unique. Re-spun is OK if you’re giving it some “value add” to it.
There’s another way to think of the term, “BLOG“; I’ve used this before, but think of it in terms like:
Blogging and sharing, via your Social Media channels (LinkedIn, Twitter, FaceBook, etc.), including local networks, (e.g. – Inside919) all help towards visibility. Did I mention Video Blogging? Well that’s the subject of another article in the near future.
This topic is so broad, I’m sure folks can add to my list. Give it your best shot by commenting below.
Lastly, good news for Inside919er’s, Pat Howlett has created an excellent Article Marketing course that can give you a boost in your online visibility. I highly recommend it. Check out: Article Marketing for Insiders
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