3 Fastest Ways To Get Traffic To Any Website

2015.12.24 22:35珹&帥

After all the debate over website design, shopping carts 

and credit card processors, every website owner eventually 

comes to the startling realization that they need one more 

thing to survive - website traffic! 


Without website traffic it's the same as building an 

expensive billboard and, instead of placing it alongside a 

busy highway, hiding it in your *basement* where nobody can 

see it. 


Upon realizing they need traffic, most website owners run 

out and start blowing chunks of money and time trying to 

get "hits," but they fail to grasp that there are really 

only three (3) reliable ways to get traffic to any website. 


Method #1 - Buy Traffic 

Currently, the fastest way to get traffic to any website 

involves using the little classified ads on the right side 

of search giant Google's results pages. 


Called Google AdWords, the system allows any advertiser to 

open an account with a $5 activation fee and start seeing 

their ads appear on Google within about 15 minutes. 


Advertisers only pay when visitors actually click through 

from their ad on Google to their website or affiliate link. 


Overture.com also sells traffic by the click, but they make 

you wait three to five days to go through their editorial 

review process before allowing ads to appear on their 

network. 


You can also buy advertising on dozens of other pay-per- 

click search engines. 


They all follow the same basic model of only charging 

advertisers for targeted visitors who read an ad based on a 

keyword search and decide to click through for more 

information. 


Log on to www.payperclicksearchengines.com for a list of 

over 600 choices ranked by market penetration. 


A word to the wise on pay-per-click advertising: Watch your 

costs and track and measure everything. Even though you can 

get traffic for as little as a penny, you should track your 

results by search engine and by individual keyword if you 

want maximum success. 


Many a company has lost its entire advertising budget 

paying only a nickel or a dime per click, but not watching 

their conversion rates and pouring money into keywords that 

don't convert... while neglecting the keywords that do 

bring sales (mainly because they don't know which is 

which!). 


Method #2 - Borrow Traffic 

If you need traffic to a website, then borrow it from 

people who already have it... especially people with lists 

of loyal subscribers or traffic from search engines, 

affiliates, or other steady sources. 


"Endorsed Mailings" and "Reciprocal Linking" by other 

people represent the two fastest ways to borrow someone 

else's traffic. 


If they maintain a list of subscribers, convince them to 

send an email out to their people telling them why they 

should check out your site. 


Also, negotiate a prominent link on their web pages to 

siphon off targeted visitors who find their website. 


Often the best way to persuade someone to do this involves 

paying them a commission, agreeing to do a similar mailing, 

or providing a link to them on your site (or a combination 

of all three). 


Imagine how much traffic you could get if someone with a 

list of 10,000 loyal subscribers told their people to go 

look at your website! 


Method #3 Recycle Traffic 

The most economical way to get traffic involves turning 

one-time visitors into regular, repeat visitors that you 

direct to multiple sites over time. 


You do this by pulling website visitors into your sphere of 

influence by enticing them to sign up for your newsletter, 

autoresponder sequence, or "mini-course." 


Then you keep in contact with regular articles, special 

reports, and recommendations enticing them to visit your 

own and other people's websites. 


Ultimately, every website owner should orient all of their 

marketing efforts towards this end of developing a stream 

of recycled traffic, because it costs the least and creates 

the best return on time and money invested. 


It doesn't matter if you promote your own product, promote 

only as an affiliate, or some combination of the two... if 

you don't recycle traffic and get more than one hit out of 

each visitor, you're making one of the biggest mistakes 

anyone can make online. 



About the author:

Jim Edwards is a syndicated newspaper columnist and the 

co-author of an amazing new ebook that will teach you how 

to use free articles to quickly drive thousands of targeted 

visitors to your website or affiliate links... 


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by: Jim Edwards


Jim Edwards - All Rights reserved 

http://www.thenetreporter.com 


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