There are tactics and techniques that work particularly well in a small niche. A small niche tends to have a smaller audience that’s better connected, with just a few marketers with large sites or lists. There’s also often less information to go around, which makes unique opinions and techniques much more valuable.
Here are three proven tactics for bringing traffic to a website in a small market.
Ask Your Readers to Promote Your Product
In small niches, people are much more likely to know other people who share similar interests. People interested in fishing know others who are interested in fishing; people interested in smoothie recipes also know other people who like smoothies, and so on. Continue reading
Need to generate traffic, fast? In this article, we’re going to cover three techniques that work within just hours to just a few weeks. These techniques can help take even a website with no traffic and bring it back to life.
Six Hours: Pay Per Click Traffic
Pay Per Click (PPC) traffic is the fastest way to bring a traffic boost to your website.
You don’t need to worry about the whims of the search engines or about waiting for your brand to get established. All you need to do is whip out your credit card and let the traffic flow in. Continue reading
Learning to write quickly is a crucial skill for anyone doing article marketing. The marketer who can write four articles in an hour is going to get four times the traffic of someone who can only write one article an hour.
So, how do you write quality content quickly?
Write from Experience
Avoid writing about topics you don’t know. If you know real estate well, then don’t write about health or internet business. Continue reading
Traffic is important for any online business which wishes to be successful. With traffic, you can build your email list and start mailing them offers of interest and generate a passive online income for yourself. If you are a small time online entrepreneur, you probably don’t want to spend exorbitant amount on advertising to get traffic, right?
Here’s some free traffic methods you can apply immediately:
-Article marketing. Submit article to article submission directories and draw visitors looking for specific information on your niche to your website. Article directories rank highly in search engines so if your articles are highly targeted to your niche, you’ll be able to draw tons of traffic fast. Continue reading
The short answer: Yes! That said, the real answer is a little more involved. At the end of the day, you want people coming to your website rather than other people’s websites. But without putting articles on other people’s sites, you won’t get the exposure you need to build your own audience.
How much content should you put on your own site? How much should go on other people’s sites? Let’s explore these questions.
Why Put Content on Your Own Site?
There are many reasons to put content on your own site rather than someone else’s.
First of all, search engines rank the site that has the actual content. If all your content is on someone else’s website, that means they’re getting the benefit of search engine rankings instead of you. Continue reading
Article directories are the easiest source of backlinks and traffic possible through article marketing. All you need to do is sign up for an account and submit your article. Assuming your article meets their guidelines, you’ll be up and running within a day to a week.
Here are a few tips for getting the most bang for your buck with article directories.
Find and Use Do-Follow Directories
Many directories put a NoFollow tag on their outbound links. What does that mean?
It means that although Google will see those links coming into your site, they won’t give you “credit” for having a backlink. The link will have no positive SEO properties. Continue reading
How many articles do you need to write per week or per month if you want to get traffic? How many articles do you need to write if you wanted to make $500 a month? What if you wanted to make $3,000 a month?
Unfortunately, there isn’t one cookie cutter answer. It depends on your industry, it depends where your articles are published, it depends on the search engines and it also depends on the quality of the article contents.
That said, this article will seek to give a rough guideline of how much you need to write to hit your income goals. Continue reading
Article marketing is one of the easiest and fastest ways to get traffic to a brand new website. It’s used both by beginning marketers and by multi-million dollar companies. And if you want to take advantage of its’ full potential, you certainly want to know:
-What is article marketing?
-How does it work?
This is a broad overview of the basics.
How It Works
The term “article marketing” actually encompasses a pretty wide range of different techniques. In the broadest sense, any time you’re distributing articles with a link back to your website for the purposes of SEO, branding or traffic, you’re using article marketing. Continue reading
Article marketing is a very popular strategy for generating traffic, for both new and experienced marketers. You don’t have to spend much, if anything, and it has worked for years while other systems have come and gone. In this article, we’re going to look at some tips for getting the most out of your article marketing efforts.
First, remember that article marketing has both short-term and long-term benefits for generating traffic.
When you submit an article to the article directories, it can start generating search engine traffic pretty quickly, and ultimately send traffic to your website via the links in your resource box. This traffic often comes in a bit of a surge, and then slows down once the article settles into a lower position in the search results. Continue reading
Keyword research is one of the first things you need to focus on if you want long-term results – before traffic or content strategies. If you’re not targeting the right keywords all the traffic in the world (paid or otherwise) isn’t going to help you succeed. In this article we’re going to look at some ways that your keyword research will set the foundation for things to come.
The number of monthly searches and competing pages in Google aren’t the only things you need to be worried about when researching keywords. You might find a keyword that has a ton of monthly searches with virtually no competition, but if the people searching for it aren’t willing or able to take the action you want them to take, all that traffic is worthless. Continue reading