Traffic Generation with Alex Jeffreys

July 31st, 2009 by Rob Willis Leave a reply »

Traffic GenerationI have just finished a coaching call with Alex Jeffreys, who some of you may know through and also his Marketing With Alex coaching course.

Now as I have mentioned in an earlier Blog posts, I have been trying to be successful in Internet Marketing for a couple of years now, and in that time have made a couple of dollars, but nowhere near enough to do this fulltime.

In fact most of my websites, I was unable to even entice someone enough to subscribe to my newsletter. My two most successful sites have been Teach Children About Money (which I built from scratch) and Web 2.0 Traffic Stampede (which was a PLR product).

With both of the above sites, the majority of my traffic came from PPC methods, although Teach Children About Money, does generate a fair amount of organic traffic now days.

That aside, the call with Alex this morning was about generating traffic through Social Media methods. In a nutshell, the key is to attract traffic to your own blog by giving value to someone else’s. That is, post constructive comments on other people’s blogs, and hopefully people will find your comments valuable enough to come and visit your own site.

Now I have been working on this blog for about the last four weeks, and on average I have been getting 7 to 10 visitors per day, with a max of 22 hits.

This can be a little discouraging, when you hear that some of the other students are getting 100 + hits per day.

This morning, Alex gave us a challenge to see who, over the next two weeks, can generate the greatest increase in our traffic numbers.

So here is my plan:

  1. Update my blog regularly.
  2. Add value to the blogs of others.
  3. Generate traffic using Article Marketing (I use Article Marketing Automation for this)
  4. Create a video about my Internet Marketing experiences and post it on the video websites.
  5. Use Twitter to generate traffic.
  6. Study the Traffic Secrets 2.0 study guide (which I already have)
  7. Use the Traffic Generation Club for ideas
  8. Use and to advertise my blog elsewhere
  9. Study the Alex’s videos on the subject.
  10. Use the traffic tactics as described in the Web 2.0 Traffic Stampede
  11. Add a video to my own blog

Now these are just a few ideas off the top of my head, but I will keep you posted on other methods I discover as I go along.

Now all of this is going to take a lot of time and effort, so I will probably not get much sleep over the coming weeks. But I am told it will be all worth it.

I look forward to sharing my progress with you over the next few weeks.

Please feel free to post a comment & let me know your favourite tip for traffic generation.

To Your Success,


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  1. Brad says:

    I know how you feel, my blog is only getting 10+ hits a day. You work soo hard on your blog and not seeing results is very disheartening.

    We just got to keep truckin it! 😛
    .-= Brad´s last blog ..Sizzling Hot SEO WordPress Plugins =-.

  2. Rob Willis says:

    Hey Brad,
    Thanks for the comment.
    As you say, just keep at it & success will come.

  3. Rod Macbeth says:

    Seems I’m not the only one averaging 15 or so visitors a day. I don’t mind the low numbers so much at this point just wish they were rising a bit. Even if slowly.

    .-= Rod Macbeth´s last blog ..Learn How To Do Video Like The Pros =-.

    • Rob Willis says:

      Hi Rod,
      Good to see you again. I peaked at 27 yesterday, so either I am doing something right, or the rest of the class is heading out & viewing all of the sites.

      It’s just a matter of persistance….

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