Getting Traffic 11
One of my favorite internet marketers has just released a great new product in his range of dashboards. Marlon Sanders has put years of traffic testing and research into his latest product.
As an affiliate, anything you can learn to improve your traffic is like money in the bank. "No traffic = no money." It's a simple formula to understand. "Traffic = sales/money" and statistics that you can use to improve your conversions.
This week I review Marlon Sanders' Traffic Dashboard and reveal to you some of the many features and the training he provides.
Discover what Neil Shearing of ScamFreeZone did to launch a new blog last year and get a lot of free traffic. Most importantly, he didn't leverage any of his existing websites or lists and he didn't buy his way to traffic.
I review how he got traffic from 24,350 different keywords and 826 different referring sites for this niche UK only site.
I’ve been testing a method that can improve your Google Places listings and where they rank. Affiliates who understand how to take advantage of these listings to turn local traffic into affiliate sales are making good money without having to compete with everyone online, just those people in their local area.
In this week’s review, learn how I improved the Places impressions of a local site by 400% in just 3 days. And all I did was follow some simple directions.
There are thousands of ways you can build links back to your website, your new pages or the articles that you've written to attract more visitors. Rather than start with the most talked about link building method, articles, I thought I would start with social bookmarking for affiliate marketers.
While social bookmarking has been around for quite a while now, many people don't understand its value in building strength into their website rankings and also for bringing people directly to their site.
Traffic is the lifeblood of any website. Without it, your efforts are fruitless. "But how do I get more of it to my website?" you're probably asking. By following some basic methodologies you can kick off a snowball of traffic that keeps gaining momentum and growing in size. I outline this critical aspect in Part 6 of my "How to make $1000 a month online from scratch".
A friend of mine has had a bad time this past week. For many of you reading this, it’s the stuff of nightmares. Over the past few years he has built a really busy and profitable online business. His website traffic has allowed him to open a factory and employ a bunch of staff.
Unfortunately, he didn’t diversify his traffic until this week, when he simply had no choice.
You've put some serious work into generating traffic, finally more and more visitors are landing on your site, but are you letting them slip away? If you're not providing an incentive to capture email addresses or other vital information, you might as well open your wallet and roll down the window because letting visitors escape is the equivalent of letting money fly right out the window.
Website traffic is the single, number one issue among new webmasters. When your website is constantly turning up ghost town statistics, it seems like there's no way out. Pair that with the reality that visitors who have made it to your website may never return and you've got instant "all-hope-is-lost" soup.