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Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by alexasmither, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. Wanda Sue

    Wanda Sue Active Member

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    #61
    Staying consistent and using social networking platforms works for me, also join in on some great social networking groups these are very effective, people get to know you, what you can do to help them and give them great tips and resources, always keep the thought of helping people in mind, don't worry with the money part of it, people come first, you come last.
    SEMrush
     
    Wanda Sue, Mar 8, 2013 IP
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  2. JerrickYeoh

    JerrickYeoh Active Member

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    #62
    Facebook Ads
    Google Adwords
    Email Marketing
    Press Release
    Guest Blog Post
    Forum
    Classified, Directories
    Exchange ads and links to bring win win situation and share traffics around


    Whenever where your target and niche search around ...you will need to try to appear there.
     
    JerrickYeoh, Mar 11, 2013 IP
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    afoley77 Active Member

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    #63
    firstly tell me you want to promote your web site free or paid?
     
    afoley77, Mar 11, 2013 IP
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    richardbvc Greenhorn

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    #64
    Hi,

    Social Media marketing is the best way to increase traffic. And facebook, linked in is the very effective social media sites.
     
    richardbvc, Mar 11, 2013 IP
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    afoley77 Active Member

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    firstly you tell me how you want to promote your web site free or paid?
     
    afoley77, Mar 11, 2013 IP
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    richardbvc Greenhorn

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    #66
    it very good technique otherwise any create new website and use copy content and might be same copy website design.
     
    richardbvc, Mar 18, 2013 IP
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    aaron70 Greenhorn

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    #67
    1. If you want organic google visitors -> Build unique articles and use all off-page seo techniques.
    2. If you want a fake visitors -> use sufts softwares.

    I think this is simple to understand the way.
    It also belongs to your target.
     
    aaron70, Mar 18, 2013 IP
  8. Eugene_K.

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    #68
    It depends on your website, type of visitors you need, and your goal.

    For example, if you have an online store - get some affiliate marketers to promote you, put on some classified ads, and start PPC.
    There are too many options to be listed here, so you have to give some more details to narrow this list down.

    Another option is to buy or exchange traffic - you can visit our website to get started here.
    nster.com

    By the way, you can check my blog - there is a lot of guidelines on creating, designing, and promoting your website (either paid or free)
    http://nsterusa.blogspot.com/
     
    Eugene_K., Mar 25, 2013 IP
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    #69
    Media buying is a great way!

    Spend wisely though... it can get expensive
     
    craig crawford, Mar 26, 2013 IP
  10. Eugene_K.

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    So true - always negotiate for a trial run before signing a long-term commitment.
     
    Eugene_K., Mar 26, 2013 IP
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    #71
    Improve on your onpage and offpage SEO
    FaceBook AD
    Guest Posting
    Forum commenting
    Article marketing
    Blog commenting
    Backlinking
    etc...
     
    mbanj, Mar 26, 2013 IP
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    mbanj Active Member

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    Improve on your onpage and offpage SEO
    FaceBook AD
    Guest Posting
    Forum commenting
    Article marketing
    Blog commenting
    Backlinking
    etc...
     
    mbanj, Mar 26, 2013 IP
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    Eugene_K. Member

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    #73
    Can you go in more details on article marketing?
     
    Eugene_K., Mar 27, 2013 IP
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    iphoneglance Well-Known Member

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    #74
    Comment from humtuma is spot on, that exactly what you need to do.
     
    iphoneglance, Mar 27, 2013 IP
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    mbanj Active Member

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    #75
    Article Marketing is all about posting relevant articles
    to article directory for backlinks traffic. You first post
    the article on your blogsite, once the article is index,
    rewrite the article and post to ezinearticle, once your
    article is live repspin the a little and post to directory
    like goarticles and articlebase for more backlinks and
    traffics.

    Hope this helps

    Referring to Eugene K
     
    mbanj, Apr 6, 2013 IP
  16. Eugene_K.

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    #76
    Thank you for response ;)
    Oh, so essentially we're talking about backlinks and content marketing here.

    Let me spin of it and add a little bit about content advertising in general.
    If you have a couple hundreds visitors a day, you can go ahead and start working with content discovery platforms.

    My usual list of places to start are Nster.com, Linkwithin.com, and Nrelate.com
    Some more info:

    Nster.com
    Free to use, exchange ratio is 1:1.2 (for every 10 visitors you send out you get at least 12 people back).
    Good part - it has a lot of categories that you can choose to get relevant audience.

    Linkwithin.com - also free to use (at least they've always been), exchange ratio is 1:1.
    Also reliable service.
    The only problems they have is that they are blog oriented, and I've never heard or seen them on actual websites.

    Nrelate.com - not sure if still free (they've been acquired by ask.com)
    Used to be good place, but now they're pushing own ads in the widget and a result the audience's engagement is not improving at all... Even on their website they are speaking about 5-12% engagement improvement which is usually a simple fluctuation. :)

    All of the mentioned above have only real human visitors (no bots, or similar stuff)
    All of them are free to use (first two for sure) - and they don't require any financial info to sign up.

    Hope that helped.
    Also, it will be useful to hear a bit more about the OP's website...
     
    Eugene_K., Apr 8, 2013 IP
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    #77
    It depends on what site or service you offer...

    Presuming you are offering information of some kind, first and foremost you need to make sure that the information you provide is useful, valuable and / or entertaining or engaging.

    From the visitors you currently have, get feedback somehow; if you own a blog then you should be getting natural feedback in the comments, people will indicate to you whether they are enjoying or getting value out of what you are offering them, so first and foremost, make sure you have that right.

    Once you make sure you are offering valuable information or a valuable service, figure out your demographic - who are your readers/users? are they marketers, stay at home parents, youth... figure out your demographic to figure out WHERE to market your content.

    Once you figure this out, start going to forums and hang-outs, the biggest forums and hang-outs and mainstays of this demographic - start interacting on the forums and give genuine information and add to discussions, then slowly begin linking to your content. Nobody will pay attention if you just sign-up somewhere and start doing this immediately, but once you begin to build a reputation as being a helpful and valuable member, people will trust you and know that you're not all out for yourself and so will be more than happy to start checking out your content that you recommend to them.

    This is just an easy way to get targeted traffic up and running and relevant people immediately exposed to your work, and believe me - you can build a good initial following this way.

    Once you begin to start picking up relevant readers, start interacting with them - talk to them, respond to comments (genuinely, not for the sake of it), give advice, help people, link to other people's content; do all of this and you will start seeing people do it in return, naturally. Start to build relationships with other site owners in your industry, you will start naturally sharing traffic between you and it's win-win.

    Keep doing this, over and over, all the while continuing to create brilliant and unique content, your traffic will build - leverage this traffic by running competitions, giving away prizes and engaging your users in whatever creative ways you can muster up, become the talk of the sector, be provocative.

    Also create a Facebook page for your website but be sure to post lots of interesting and valuable status updates, don't just post links to your content endlessly (would you follow a page like this?); you can build up a FB page as a live subscriber ground, eventually reaching hundreds, then thousands; again - engage with everybody on your page, keep it interesting and regular.

    People will tell you to submit content here, there and everywhere but you're far better off focusing on a few decent places rather than spreading yourself thin. It's better to do a few things AMAZINGLY then do 50 things 'okay', so make sure to focus on quality, hand-picked output.

    Ask yourself where people who are in to your content would go to find your content, go there, advertise there; also test-out Google Adwords and run multiple ads simultaneously to see which ads work the best, and keep incrementally improving in this way.

    If you do all this, and create content of real value (not content create solely for the purpose of propping up a shell of a website to flog affiliate junk), the rest will follow. People will naturally spread your content for you, naturally talk about, naturally link back to you. Then it's just all about maximizing it.
     
    BayCrazy, Apr 8, 2013 IP
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    #78
    What you want to do is create backlinks. The more backlinks you have the more traffic you can get.
     
    uhexos, Apr 10, 2013 IP
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    Well, its not always about the quantity, but also about the quality. You need a buyingtrafficguide for this issues and you need more conversion rates.
     
    virtualwebmarket, Apr 10, 2013 IP
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    Social media marketing can help you get more traffic to your site. The trick with SMO though is you need to capture the readers/users interest with the content that you share. It's when they share your links that your site gets more exposure, which leads to more traffic.

    Hope that helps. Have a good day!
     
    affilorama, Apr 10, 2013 IP