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Getting Traffic To Your Website Like A magnet
Hi! My name is John E. Neyman, Jr. aka as MR. Traffic Man. I have been working on the internet for about 6 years now. The internet is a fascinating vehicle for making money and helping people. I enjoy doing both and would enjoy helping you do the same. I am from Butler, PA. where I am attempting to change our world in some small way.
My Internet philosophy is that "if they cannot find you they cannot buy from you." You need traffic to your website and blog if you are going to make money. The second need is that you must be building a data base with potential clients. You have read that it takes about 5-7 times of reaching out to potential customer before they buy.
Your autoresponder is your automated means of reaching your data base consistently with your product or service. But, if you have no one in your autoresponder there will be no sales. Therefore, everything you do should lead toward building up your data base and developing a relationship with your potential customers.
MrTrafficMan.com has been developed with the intention of providing the state of the art information via Videos, Reports, E-books, E-courses, and Personal Coaching. It is the best information on the internet.
You will discover how to use Craigslist, Facebook, Myspace, Twitter.com, and all of the major social sites. Further, you will see the importance of blogging and placing articles in key article directories.
Your website or especially your blog can be like a magnet that draws traffic to it. You just have to use the right tools to get the job done. You will find many of the tools on this page. They are not gimmicks! The resources on MrTrafficMan.com are powerful if put into practice.
Study the following diagram becuase that is how your blog or website should be attarcting traffic to your website.
If I can be of help please feel free to contact me at:firstname.lastname@example.org.
What You Should to Know About Traffic
There are many ways to increase traffic, and most of them will be covered in more detail later. It is important to proactive and reactive methods of generating increased traffic first.
Most methods of increasing traffic are reactive measures that identify an avenue to exploit on the site and then use it to generate traffic. Advertising and search engine optimization (SEO) placement are reactive measures undertaken when the site is already afloat Many site creators and business owners underestimate the impact of proactive methods.
The difference here has to be made between two concepts, namely natural traffic and organic traffic.
Natural traffic is the traffic that can come naturally to the site. It deals with the site itself and its origins, name and content, whether it is for a product or for information.
This traffic is associated mostly with the name and the keyword content of the site. It concerns generic aspects, and the first thought that comes to mind when one thinks of something. The domain name of the site plays a big part in here. For example, someone looking for a keyword may not go through search engines and directly type the keyword as domain name in the browser. The likeliness of falling exactly upon what one is looking for is enhanced in this kind of maneuver.
As such, domain name – its choice and use – is the main determinant in this type of traffic increase. A well-chosen domain name, and one that is immediately associated in everyone’s mind to the product or content being offered almost guarantees a visit to the site.
Thus, traffic can almost be guaranteed to a site even at set-up stage, because of the easy and direct association of people with the name.
Organic traffic, on the other hand, pertains to traffic that is ‘sent’ to the site. Gearing this traffic route is then the best way of ensuring good organic traffic.
The easiest way of getting such traffic is through Search Engine Optimization. Search Engine Optimization is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic a site receives.
Crawlers, which are small programs, are sent to a site by a search engine when the site is submitted for placement. These crawlers, also called spiders, scout the pages for keywords and tags attached to the site to compile a list of search-related features to generate the site on the search engine’s results page.
Crawlers usually look for keywords, so optimizing their use in the pages is a good way of making sure they are picked up. Also, the more information available for a page, the easier it is for those programs to reference the page. For example, each page should have its own page name clearly defined, and this should include the title and header, which is also known as the meta tag, which the crawlers look for.
Tags should also be well used, for they allow for broader scope when the crawlers are doing their job.
A good bet would also be to include the most relevant information of the site in the first paragraph of the home page. The first 2-3 lines of this paragraph are usually included in search engine results a page, providing at first glance whether the site has what the person doing the search is looking for. In this way, the inverted pyramid structure of writing, whereby the paragraphs are written in order of most important information to least important, should be followed when writing the content of the page.
All these help the site have a better chance of ranking among the top spots on the search engine’s results page. 5 to 10% of clicks are generated through higher up placement on results pages.
One thing to steer clear of here - bad links or ‘under construction’ pages on the site. This is a deterrent for crawlers, which may thus not add the site to the results, as the site is not fully functional.
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Another good option to increase organic traffic is to submit the site to directories and other guides on the Internet. These too will make the site come up through searches in their databases. Other tips to increase organic traffic are:
- Increase the number of related phrases that are typed in search engine boxes in the content of the site – this could allow for the site or page to be featured in results.
- Provide the geographical location of the business – this works mostly for product-based sites, as the likelihood of someone choosing to buy something in their area is enhanced. Providing location, especially if the site is international, helps target more people that could have geographical location as part of their search parameters.
- Listing products/content topic individually – the more pages on the site, the more a site is considered ‘worthy’ of being included in search engine results. Specific pages for specific content also show in-depth knowledge about the product/content, enhancing the reputation of the site as a good destination.