A product or service without traffic is like trying to drive a car without fuel, you’re stuck! In this post, I’ll teach you how to get traffic to anything you want to do online… along with a FREE gift!
This is the biggest hurdle and the most difficult part of any business, any service or any offer online… you may have the solution for a problem, but you need people to look at it.
Let’s take a look at some numbers……..
These raw numbers mean that, despite such online audience, there’s a tremendous amount of information to look at… every single day! Why would someone look at what you’re trying to say/promote/sell?!
If you’re trying to stand out, you need to drive traffic to your page(s)… and with such competition, that may be the hardest task… until now.
There are two basic concepts you need to know: there are free traffic sources, and paid traffic sources.
The free traffic sources require much more time and effort. It can take you weeks or months to see any results, but if you do it right, you will get some traffic.
Here are my best sources for FEEE traffic:
SEO: SEO stands for search engine optimization. Simply put, is the work you do to rank higher on search engines, like google. It can take you a lifetime to get to Google’s first page, and it requires a lot of tech knowledge on how to create backlinks, tags, anchor texts and much more. You can outsource it, though, through Fiverr for example. Results may take quite a while.
(Quick tip: if you aim for long tail keywords you WILL see better results than using simple search terms)
Blogging: You need to blog for a huge amount of time to create a following base, you need to create original content , you need to write more than 500 words per post, and so on….. It is definitely possible, but it will take you a lot of time, especially if your blogging to get prospects to look at some product or service you have to promote.
Social Media: The easiest method, gather some friends, post regularly, crate some sort of buzz around what you have to offer and hope for the best. Keep in mind that Social media algorithms (Facebook, mainly) don’t like you to send people out of their platform, so be ready to struggle.