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Top Ten Ways To Get Free Traffic To Your Site

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Get Free Traffic To Your SiteOK, so everyone who has a site wants to get visitors to it, that’s how you make money, or get your work in front of people.

It’s easier said than done to get hundreds of unique views a day, but I have been doing that steadily for years now, and I’ll share with you the ways I get free traffic to this site in this top ten list.

If you have any experience in internet marketing, many of these things will seem obvious, but even if you’ve been running a site for years, I’m sure you will find this list helpful, and that you will learn something new.

Number One: Google

Google is the largest search engine in the world, and the most often visited site as well. People spend more time on other sites like Facebook and You Tube, but in terms of what site gets the most visits a day, it’s probably always going to be Google.

In order to get found in the organic search results for popular phrases, you need to know a lot about SEO.

The algorithms have changed a lot over the years, and the most recent changes have made it easier for the average person to get found in a search if they publish quality content and build only quality links to their site.

Some basic things to consider are you need to make pages for the readers with lots of text, photos, video, sub-headings, and it needs to be well written, for readers to read.

You need to publish regularly, your site has to be well set up and easy to navigate, and you need to consider the titles of each page on your site very carefully.

Quality back links are harder to get these days, and you will get punished if you try to use most of the methods that used to work in the past, getting links from link farms and through spam techniques.

My suggestion is to try publishing guest posts on related sites to yours, and to use a software like the SEO Spyglass in SEO Powersuite to look at the back links leading to your competitors, then try to copy what they did.

If you need more help and advice about SEO, (and you probably do, because there’s a lot to it), get in contact with me to discuss some coaching or asking me to run an SEO campaign.

It takes a lot of work, and it’s not cheap, although much of it comes down to having a good site and publishing quality pages on it every day if you can.

Number Two: Facebook

It makes sense that the second best way to get traffic to your site is from the second largest site in the world.

It’s quite easy to make Facebook pages, or to join Facebook groups, and you also need to think about keywords when deciding the title of your pages.

You can have as many pages as you want, and there is so much that you can do, and so much to discuss, that there’s no way I can tell you even a fraction of what I know about it in this small space.

Again, get in contact if you want to find about my services doing Facebook page design, getting likes, running a Facebook Ads campaign, doing keyword research, and all of that.

Number Three: You Tube

Obviously the third best way to get free traffic is on the third most visited site in the world, You Tube.

Learn how to make quality videos, because this is the most important thing to running a You Tube campaign.

Google own You Tube, and they have algorithms that are so complex, you can’t fake having a good video, you just have to make good videos.

If you can’t do that, I am an amateur video producer, and can make you something worthy of publishing on your channel starting at fifty dollars.

That may sound like a lot, but if you find yourself in an untapped niche, or if you use Google Adwords to run video ads, you can get potentially millions of views, that’s not unheard of at all.

There are literally millions of videos that have had millions of views because people stay on the site for hours, looking at anything and everything that they’re interested in.

What you want to do is be one of the videos that comes up as a suggestion in the sidebar.

The way you do that is to get a good bounce rate, (the amount of time people spend watching your video), get good social signals such as social shares, subscribers, comments and views.

You can’t really get fake views, Google is very skilled at telling which videos are really going viral, and which ones are just getting robot clicks.

I do sell You Tube views, but I tell people that the best way for me to get them is through social sharing. If you’re going to buy You Tube views, you want to make sure that there’s some real views happening at the same time so it looks natural, and really the best way to get more views is to keep publishing more high quality videos regularly.

Number Four: Twitter

Twitter is one of the fastest growing sites in the world, or it is the fastest growing site in the world, except for Google Plus when that came out.

I love Twitter, I find it so simple to use, while other people have a real hard time figuring out what they need to do.

I just buy or earn random followers through a large popular Twitter follower swapping site which I can’t give you the name of, as that’s how I make money, as a middleman.

It’s quite simple, people earn points by following other people, and these points are good for followers in return.

There’s over a hundred thousand people on the site, or that’s how many have signed up and used the service.

I managed to get up to 30,000 on my largest account @FollowerCrazy, although a couple of thousand have dropped off, the followers have stuck for many years now, and I get clicks on my links every time I tweet.

As a matter of fact, Twitter has been a larger source of free traffic to this site than any other method, when I take the time to tweet for an hour or two.

When you’re getting random followers you need to tweet more often because they’re also following thousands of other people, and you definitely need thousands of followers, but the results are amazing once you get a large following.

It works because you have volume, and there are always people looking at their dashboards at any time of the day, because they’re tweeting themselves.

I recommend that people buy Twitter followers no matter what they’re doing, and you can get a large amount like ten thousand for about a thousand dollars. It may cost less than that, but due to the fact you lose some as part of the process, I don’t want to quote an unrealistic figure.

Anyway, you can check out the Twitter followers prices on the likes and followers page above, or get in contact with me to talk about the best possible deals for bulk amounts.

Number Four: Google Plus

Does Google Plus really work for getting traffic to your site? It’s still a little bit early to tell if it’s going to be as popular as Facebook and Twitter, but it works in a similar way, and it is growing at a huge rate.

Google has come out with social networks in the past like Orkut, but this one seems to be the real deal, and everyone who has a site at least has joined as a matter of necessity.

Due to the fact that Google is linked to Blogger and You Tube, it’s become a part of those sites to be able to link to your Google Plus profile, and it seems that you just need to know how it works and have a profile, or you will get left behind in some way.

I don’t really like the fact that you need to be on it, but Google have the power to cause you to have bad rankings all over the place if they want to, and it seems they might do that, if you don’t have a good Google Plus presence sorted out.

I can get you Google Plus followers if you want, that’s about the best I can do to help you with the site, and it does work, although some of the profiles don’t have photos, but there’s nothing wrong with them, they’re real people.

Number Five: Linked In

Linked In groups actually get me more traffic than any of these other methods, for a brief amount of time, when I do a share to all of the groups I’m a part of, as long as the title of the post is interesting.

I joined all of the internet marketing related groups, all the groups related to SEO and social media, and they all have thousands of members.

It means that I get a lot of emails with people sending me posts, but I get hundreds of emails a day anyway, mostly from Nigeria.

You join a group, and perhaps use an app like Add This on your browser to easily bring up the share dialogue, and that’s it.

It really works, but don’t abuse it, it’s a privilege to be a part of these groups, and you don’t want to spam them with affiliate marketing crap or anything like that, only share quality, and no more than once or twice a week, or they will throw you out of the group.

I can get you Linked In shares, or I can log in through your account and join groups for you, or share with my groups, (so long as you have a decent site), or I can also buy Linked In profile shares for about ten cents each. Send me a message to talk about that.

Number Six: Yahoo Answers

I’ve been banned from Yahoo Answers a few times now, and had to create whole new Yahoo accounts to be able to use the site, and each time you have to build up your rating by answering questions, so I don’t post links to my site in answers anymore.

Nevertheless, it is a great way to get free traffic, you just do a search on unanswered questions related to your post, You Tube video, or site.

Make sure that it doesn’t look like you posted the answer just to get a link to your site, and make sure that your answer is truly a good answer to the question, because only the best answer chosen by the asker will get published in the end.

Some people ask themselves questions on another account so they can answer their own question.

There are some real dodgy and annoying answers floating about, especially in the SEO section, and that’s why I no longer post there, although I do like taking part in the site just for the fun of it, and it’s a great way to get answers to any questions you have about anything.

Number Seven: Relevant Forums

I get a lot of traffic from the Warrior Forum, as I often hang out there to learn and share my own knowledge.

People see the link to my site in my signature, and they click on the link to check me out. I’ve had more than a few good clients who came from there, it’s the internet marketing forum if that’s what you’re into, although there are many other ones that are good as well.

If you have trouble finding relevant forums for your niche, try doing Google searches and choose the discussions option.

Number Eight: Blog Comments

This used to be a really good idea, now it’s probably a bad idea, simply because Google doesn’t like you spamming blog comments at people, and if you’re posting comments on a page that also links out to a hundred other unrelated sites, it will be damaging to your site’s SEO.

Nevertheless, I still get the occasional hit from someone who saw a comment I left on someone’s blog post.

If you have something valuable to say, then say it, but make sure that you do it wisely. If nothing else, you’re talking to the person who owns the blog.

Number Nine: Guest Posts

I mentioned guest posts earlier in the SEO section. It can be a great way to get traffic to your site if you can manage to get a post published on a high traffic blog.

I’ve only managed to get about five guest posts published linking back to me in the three years I’ve had this site.

I don’t know why I haven’t published more, it just seems like an arduous task contacting the website owners individually and passing all of their guidelines.

I get rejected more often than I get published, and it really is a time consuming and painful way to write articles, but still it does work, even if the main reason it works is that it helps you rank higher through the power of an authority link.

I do publish guest posts here if you have a site related to internet marketing and can write well and know what you’re talking about. Make sure you follow the guidelines carefully.

Number Ten: Article Writing Sites And Web 2.0 Sites

I started out writing on sites like Associated Content, (now Yahoo Contributor Network), Bukisa, Factoidz, (now Knoji), HubPages, and other similar sites.

There used to be a whole community of people who would comment on each other’s articles, and I learned a lot through reading what other people had to say.

The community still exists, although most of these article writing sites have been punished with a Google slap for being content farms.

Many of the sites still give you positive effects for your rankings, and you will want to publish some quality articles on Ezine, HubPages, Helium, eHow, (if you’re in the US or UK), and any site that still has a good page rank and domain authority score.

It’s not as beneficial as it used to be, it’s probably a bit of a waste of time compared to other things you could be doing, and that’s why I’ve put it last on this list.


You may want to try all of these things like I have, or you may only have time to try a couple of them.

If you want the best results, you may want to hire people to help you do all of these things so that you get the best results for SEO and so that you can work out which of these methods works the best for you and your business.

If you need help with any of these things, I can probably help you with it myself, or I can find someone to outsource work to as well.

I don’t work cheap, but I am fairly affordable considering my experience and the quality of my work.

My suggestion is that you send me a message with information about yourself and what you do.

Include links, and a general explanation of what your goals are, what you’ve done so far, and what you know about the whole internet marketing thing.

I’ll do my best to advise you on what I think you need to do, or what you need me to do for you, and we’ll go from there.


How To Get Traffic To Your Blog Through Social Media

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This blog post will explain how the average blogger can get traffic to their posts through different social media techniques.
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I’ve been blogging and writing articles online for around four years now, and I’ve learned through reading and writing, and trying every single method that sounded like it was working for someone.

When using social media to get traffic to a blog, video, website, or page, there are two basic ways you can go about it.

One way is to try to find targeted friends and followers, such as by following those who share your interests on Twitter.

You could do a search on Facebook for people, pages, or groups that mention the keywords you are talking about.

This is very time consuming, and most people don’t have the patience to spend hours a day trying to build a targeted list of social connections.

It may be worth it, and it is one of the methods I use, but for the most part, I just get thousands of random friends and followers, and due to the subject matter of my blog, it appeals to the general demographic of random people.

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I’ve been doing this for years, and I am still getting a lot of traffic from the Twitter followers I get from Twiends.

I have tens of thousands of followers on my main account, and whenever I write a blog post, I tweet it out to all of them, and if it’s a catchy title, or the right time of day, I can get over a dozen unique views for a single tweet.

This adds up to hundreds of unique views a day if you keep tweeting different pages, and it is probably the number one source of traffic to this site, and my blog posts and articles generally.

It does require spending a lot of time adding the followers, and a lot of time tweeting, which is why I offer that as a service: buy cheap Twitter followers.

For a very low price, I log into Twiends for people, and click the button, and I also un-follow those not following back using Tweepi.

This is best done in combination with a Twiends seeds package, as that works a lot faster, but it saves you money to follow people as well.

Apart from tweeting, I probably get the most traffic after that from Linked In groups. I am a member of about a dozen different groups with thousands of people in them, and if I have something really worthwhile, I share it with all of them.

I can get a lot of traffic from Stumble Upon, but I find that if I’m trying to rank a page on Google, I don’t use it much, due to the bounce rate caused by my followers quickly viewing and voting up my pages. This can be good for getting viral traffic.

I sometimes get some traffic from Facebook, by sharing with my friends, in relevant groups, and on my Facebook pages.

I get some traffic from You Tube, although I would probably say that Yahoo Answers works better than both of those sites if you find a targeted question to answer with a link to your post.

Learn how to use the search features on all of these sites, and learn the different ways to get ahead, and the pitfalls.

For example, on You Tube, you don’t want to just buy tons of random views or likes, as the bounce rate is very important for rankings of your videos.

Finally, I get a small percentage of the traffic to my site from Google, and from other articles and blog posts that are ranking on Google.

I find that it’s just as easy to try to rank a video, or a Yahoo Answers question, as it is to rank an article, and in some cases, it takes less time and effort.

Still, Google is a very important thing to think about for the long term traffic to your blog posts, and one of the things that plays an important role in SEO since Panda is a link profile containing a lot of social media back links.

To find out more about how to get traffic to your blog, and to talk to me about the social media marketing services I offer, send me a message. My email is in the sidebar.

How To Get More Website Visitors Easily

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This post will explain how to easily get more visitors to your website, using all the methods I’ve discovered.

Many people focus on Google, and while this can be a good long term strategy if it works, Google is always changing their algorithms, so your SEO could work one month, and be completely useless the next.How To Get More Website Visitors Easily

For example, they might decide to penalize sites that have a lot of unnatural looking back links, when a few years ago, that was exactly how you got to the top of the search results.

I’ve personally given up on Google, except to update my site with fresh original content, with a fairly specific title, although as you may be able to tell, I probably can’t compete for the title of this post.

I get most of my traffic from social media, in a number of different ways. I’ve gotten the most traffic to this site from Twitter, as I have over twenty two thousand followers on my main account Follower Crazy.

I can help you get this many Twitter followers for a few hundred dollars, although it personally took me well over a year to get that many, as I didn’t spend much money on it.

I get some traffic from Facebook, but I would say my next largest source of visitors to this website is from Linked In groups. I just join groups which have a lot of members and are relevant to what I’m writing, and post to them. I can also help you with this as well, or do pretty much anything you want me to do.

I’m a social media marketing manager, and I can help you get your own social connections, share your site with mine, or post tweets or wall posts for you.

I’ve recently found a good way to get traffic from Stumble Upon, which has been a great source of random traffic for me. I share a blog post with widespread appeal to my followers, perhaps something off my video blog Video Mobster, and I have a banner ad for this site on the page.

My most successful stumble got about twenty five thousand views, and it was from this site. It was a six foot centipede fighting a snake, and it was called World’s Largest Insect, or something like that.

I’ve recently started on Google Plus and You Tube, and I find these to be effective, but I can’t say for sure if they work as well as the other sites, as I haven’t spent as much time on them.

Pay per click advertising can be very effective at getting you website visitors quickly, and I can help you work out a way to run a profitable PPC campaign as well, although you do have to have a large profit margin and a page with a good conversion rate in order to even try that.

Anyway, send me a message at with a link to your site, and tell me a bit about how you plan to make money, and I’ll tell you the best way to get more website visitors, and hopefully make you a profit.


How to Drive Traffic to Your Website

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There are companies that mistakenly believe a good website is all they need for good online marketing. In order for the website to serve its purpose, people have to visit it.

Companies that choose only to promote their website on business cards, emails, and direct mail pieces will only receive traffic from prospects with whom they are already in contact. The goal of a good website is to broaden the lead funnel, not simply maintain it.

For online businesses, the goal is to make sales, but those sales will never happen without visitors to the site. To drive more traffic to your website, there are three simple tactics you can implement.

Guest Blog Posts

Google now offers a blog search. Type in a word closely related to your industry or the services you provide as you usually would. When the results page appears, there is a column on the left side of the page that provides more specified search options. Click blogs. This will produce a list of blogs or posts associated with the word or phrase you searched.

How does that help you? Two ways: comments and guest blog posts. To start with, you may decide to join the discussion on an industry-related blog by offering your expertise in the comments section. When you do so, be sure to include a link back to your company website. If there is a specific page on your website that more closely relates to the specific discussion than others, link to that instead of just the homepage.

An even more effective way to use the blogs you discovered on your search is to ask the owner of the blog if you could write a guest blog post. Many bloggers welcome guest blogs as it provides new content for their site without much effort on their part.

You offer the content for free and include a link back to your company’s website. Doing so broadens the lead funnel to an entirely new group of people, those who read that particular blog.

Social Media

Just because your company has a Facebook page, Twitter name, or Instagram account does not mean it is effectively bringing traffic to your site. Prospects are more likely to find your website via social media if those accounts are used regularly and properly. Inactive accounts serve no purpose on the internet.

One precaution to take when using social media for business purposes is to not over-promote. Followers grow weary of endless commercials, giving reason to why television advertising is less effective than it once was. Use the accounts to discuss news in the industry, tips for succeeding in business, or the occasional entertaining video to provide comic relief during the workday.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

When a potential client does an internet search looking for products or services you provide, you want your company to show up on the first page of results. Most people don’t browse beyond that. In order to get traffic from organic searches such as these, your website needs search engine optimization (SEO).

SEO is the current marketing battleground. Companies vie for top rankings by incorporating keywords into content on their websites. While a certain number of appropriately placed keywords are important for search results, equally, if not more, important is the frequency with which the website is updated.

Every page of your website may have the appropriate keywords, but if the site hasn’t been updated in the past year, the search engines view it as irrelevant. Adding content to your site on a daily basis will make a big difference.

If you were to write 20 articles and upload them in one weekend, the new content might boost your ranking but only for a couple of days. Assuming your rank would remain for months without additional content being uploaded to your site would be a mistake.

There are entire books written about this topic and entire companies devoted to helping site owners get more traffic. These tips will just give you a head start.

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