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Traffic Generation Techniques – Part 4

July 7th, 2010

As we continue with this mini series I would like to cover:

Traffic Source #4: Links/Content

Getting lots of incoming links to your site is important. Not only will traffic arrive via those links, but a site with lots of incoming links does better in search engines than sites with few links.

The best strategy I’ve used to get links, starts with content. You write articles based on your niche, post the content at your site AND share the content with other webmasters. You can do this “on-the-fly” by including a short footer after your content that tells webmasters they have permission to reprint your article at their website or in their newsletter.

Be sure to let them know that they need to include a live link to your site. You may even want to tell them exactly how to link to your site. (Preferably with a short description of your site and a hyper linked keyword or two. This will help search engines determine that the sites are related and give the link more relevance.)

There are lots of websites in need of decent content. Supply it and you can benefit greatly – your links will grow continually with no effort on your part. And the beauty of this strategy is that only sites in your niche will use your content. This means your links will be high quality links from sites in the right ‘neighborhood.’ This goes a long way with the search engines.

There are lots of other ways to get links into your site, and you need to use your imagination.

To Your Success,

Rob Willis

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Traffic Sources – Part 3

July 5th, 2010

Today I would like to go over one of the most obvious traffic techniques:

Traffic Source #3: Repeat Visitors

A perennial, top traffic generator at my sites is “repeat visitors.” You know, people coming to my site who have already been there before. The importance of getting repeat visitors is something you used to hear marketing experts talk

about a lot. Lately, it seems that the value of repeat visitors has been overlooked.

Yet repeat visitors are usually the people who end up making purchases at your site. And there are lots of ways to get these valuable repeat visitors.

I get most of my repeat visitors through my follow-up autoresponders, my free ebooks and my email newsletter.

I suggest you look at these strategies closely and try similar techniques if you are not already getting lots of repeat visitors.

I will be back in a couple of days with Part 4 of this Traffic Techniques Series.

To Your Success,

Rob Willis

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Top Traffic Techniques – Part 2

July 3rd, 2010

Continuing on from a couple of days ago, I would like to share with you another top traffic technique.

Traffic Source #2: Affiliates

My number two traffic source this year is my affiliate force. While my joint venture partners mentioned above are included in this affiliate force, they are just one part of the entire force of thousands.

If you have not started an affiliate program for your best products and services, I highly recommend you do so.

Although there are some minor costs involved with starting your own affiliate program, it is well worth it. Justify the expense by telling yourself that you are hiring thousands of sales people and paying them only when they sell. A web based affiliate program is just that.

A few secrets to success with my affiliate programs include paying decent commission rates (I pay 40% commissions), paying on time every month and offering lots of tools and tips for my affiliates. I also actively seek out potential super-affiliates (JV-Partners!) on a regular basis. Like with any marketing strategy, a pro-active approach works best!

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Rob Willis

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Top Low-Cost and No-Cost Traffic Sources

July 1st, 2010

As an Internet Marketer who spends nearly nothing on advertising, I pride myself on utilizing only the most effective low-cost and no-cost traffic sources online. Over the next few days I’ll share some of my best traffic resources with you.

Over the next few days I’d like to share my top traffic sources with you so you can try them in your business. These traffic strategies drive thousands of visitors a week to my site and I know they can work for your site too.

One note before you read this series…

If there’s one thing you need to understand about website traffic, it is this… It’s not the volume of traffic that supports a web business, it is the QUALITY of the traffic. Keep this in mind as you read the list below, and more importantly, as you setup your own traffic sources online.

Traffic Source #1: Joint Venture Partners

What is a joint venture partner?

Simply put, it is a business in the same or a related niche as yours, that agrees to promote your products or services. In most cases, you in turn, promote their products or services. Hence the name, joint venture.

The last couple years I’ve taken a more pro-active approach to teaming up with related businesses in joint ventures. The results have been phenomenal. Not only have I seen a sharp increase in sales, I forged new alliances with some of the web’s top marketing companies. These relationships invariably result in increased profits not only this year, but for years to come.

So what do YOU need to start profiting from joint ventures at your website?

A. a product or service of your own.

B. an affiliate program management solution

C. A system for contacting potential JV partners on a regular basis

If you have all three of those items or can get them, and you’re not doing joint ventures in your business, what are you waiting for? This is the top traffic and sales strategy for many companies on the web. It can work for any business including yours.

I will be back in a couple of days with another great traffic generation tip.

To Your Success,

Rob Willis

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Are you having a hard time getting traffic to your new website?

August 25th, 2009

The biggest question site owners are asking these days is “how do I get traffic?” It is definitely much harder with the growth spurt of the Internet, however it’s not impossible!

There are TONS of ways to build up your traffic. Here are some of the most common methods.

1. Learn Search Engine Optimization – this is probably the most important way that you want to get traffic and probably the hardest too. Search engine traffic is highly targeted traffic of people who are searching the web for a specific item. If they get to your site after searching for it, you’re almost guaranteed a sale or at least a “bookmark for later”. lot of ebooks on the subject

2. Trade links with other sites – It’s important to get your site name out there.
So trade links with several other sites, even your competitors! People really do look at those links pages and they will find their way to your site from another site.

3. Post on message boards – When you post on highly trafficked message boards, BE SURE to put your site link in your signature! This is a highly effective form of marketing, especially if the message board you are posting at is relative to your site content.

4. Use email signatures – Make it easy for your customers to contact you! When they write to you and ask for more information, be sure that you are using a signature with your site URL and name inside of it. That way if they want to retrieve it later, it’s easier for them than having to memorize your URL and open a web browser.

5. Join Yahoo Groups – This is pretty much the same as message boards. Join groups that pertain to your site’s content and advertise (but don’t spam!!) your site there.

6. Post on free classifieds sites – Sites like Craig’s List or other free advertising classifieds sites will accept your site for free! Just do a Google search for “free classifieds” and you’ll see a ton of sites come up where you can promote your site!

7. Buy ad space – If your monthly budget allows, you can buy some ad space for your site. Find another site that pertains to your site’s content and ask them what their advertising prices are.

8. Hold auctions – Ebay gets TONS of traffic a day, while you’re not allowed to post your site URL within your auction listings, you are allowed to put it in your “about me” page. So think about listing some of your products as auctions and advertise your URL.

9. Offline advertising – Get custom t-shirts, bumper stickers, car decals, etc made for your site URL. Then whenever you are out in public, you are passively advertising yourself!

10. Submit your site to directories – If your site is a site about “fishing” for instance, do a Google search for “fishing directories” and see how many directories are out there that pertain to your subject matter. Most of these directories will allow free submissions.

11. Write articles – Writing articles that pertain to your site is another excellent way to get your site out there. Just write a short, informative article of 5-6 paragraphs and submit it to any site that accepts article submissions and make sure that your article includes a link back to your site in your “author biography”.

12. Submit press releases – Even if your site is a small work from home site (i.e. “Susie’s Candles”) it IS newsworthy! Let’s say your candle site released a new candle called “Vanilla Cream”. Submit a press release about it, I’m serious!! A good place to start is called http://www.prweb.com Or you can do a Google search for “submit press release” and a zillion other sites will come up.

13. Have great interactive content – People will bookmark your site if you have interactive and dynamic content. Have polls, message boards, interactive games, news items, guest books, item of the day….whatever! Just make the site relevant and have good SUBSTANCE in your site content. Don’t overload it with silly animated graphics, sounds, etc. That just makes it look like you had nothing else to fill your site up with but this annoying stuff. And Flash intros are only good if you are two years old and need to see flashing lights and colors. Most of all they are slow loading, and people generally click away if they see Flash.

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