Welcome to Traffic School 101. As a website owner, your goal is to have a steady stream of targeted traffic flowing into your site. Here are three effective and proven ways to drive traffic to your site.
Blogs are a great way to add traffic to your site. You can add a feed burner to your blog which will enable your readers to stay up to date with new posts that you add. The posts can be delivered right to their email or homepage. As you add posts to your blog, point out new articles and other content that you have recently added to your site. The more you talk about your site, the more interest you will generate.
Another option is including a blog roll on your website. Blog rolls are links to other people’s blogs that you feel could be interesting to your readers. If you link to someone else’s blog, be sure that they are willing to do the same for you.
Anything you do to boost the amount of traffic your site receives should be done so with your target audience in mind. For example, if your site is about how to make organic baby food at home, exchanging links with a blog about bulldogs is not going to help you reach your target audience. An organic food blog, though, would be a good place to send your readers and get new readers from.
You can also increase the amount of traffic that comes to your site with article marketing. It may sound complicated, but it is quite easy. You simply write articles and distribute them to article reprint directories.
It would be in your own best interests to send articles you write to the highest possible number of online reprint directories. The actual submission process can be done by you, a virtual assistant, or software that you can purchase.
By adding these articles to reprint directories, you are giving permission for other people to publish these articles on their sties for free. When other website owners publish the articles you have written, they will include a “bio box” at the end of the article.
You choose what the bio box says and can include links to your site. The articles can be any length you choose and can be on any topic. If you don’t like writing, you can hire a ghostwriter to write the articles for you.
Author: Theo McLanahanThis author has published 10 articles so far.