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Don’t forget that your search engine optimization can also help you increase traffic to your website. Here’s how: Traffic Trapper Review

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #101: ADD NAMES TO YOUR IMAGES

By adding meta names to your images, you can make sure that they get picked up on Google Images and drive people to your site.

This can add a lot to your traffic beyond just the articles themselves linking, since each article might have 10-20 images in it. That’s another 10-20 things you could be ranking for, beyond just the one article.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #102: OPTIMIZE YOUR CONTENT FOR BETTER RANKINGS

Go to Google Search Console > Search Traffic > Search Analytics and filter all Queries for your website by Impressions and Position over the Last 90 days like this:

Look through the list and find all your keywords that have >100 Impressions and a Position between 5-15. These are the keywords you can optimize your content for to get into position 1-3 so you can get more traffic quickly.

If you click on the SociOptin Review you will get taken to a Google search results page so you can see which piece of content you need to optimize.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #103: GET GUEST POSTS FROM AUTHORS WITH HIGH SEARCH VOLUME

Look inside a competitive intelligence tool like SEMRush and prioritize a list of authors in your industry to reach out to based on the search volume they get on their name. 

Reach out to them and incentivize them to post on your blog (eg: promote to your list of 20,000, ad money to their content, etc). Here is a post from the author Lewis Howes on Sumo:

They’ll get exposed to a new audience, you’ll get easy content, and you’ll likely rank for searches for their name in the future.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #104: INTERLINK YOUR BLOG POSTS

In each blog post, include links to your other blog posts. This helps your SEO rankings, and also helps people stay on your site longer by going down the rabbit hole of your content.

Next Steps: Every time you publish something new, go back through your old posts (or just the most popular ones) and see how you can link to your newest one.

12 SUREFIRE (NON-DIGITAL) WAYS TO DRIVE TRAFFIC TO YOUR WEBSITE

Here’s how you can increase traffic to your website anytime you meet someone.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #105: CREATE BUSINESS CARDS WITH LINKS

Assuming you still use business cards, make sure they have a link to your site on them.

To be extra aggressive about it, take off your email, phone number, and anything else. Have it just be your name, title, and website. That way they have to go through your site to get to you.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #106: FEATURE YOUR WEBSITE ON YOUR PHYSICAL PRESENCE

If you have a physical presence (store, booth, etc.) make sure that it has links to your site anywhere that people might see them regularly. 

Someone could be interested in your business but doesn’t want to buy or engage yet, so they likely go to your site instead.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #107: SPONSOR CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

Find conferences and events that are related to your target market, and offer to help sponsor them. People who are interested in the event (whether or not they attend) will see the list of sponsors and potentially visit your site to learn more.

You can even sponsor a local sports team, as one Sumo user suggested, since many parents (who could be in your target audience) end up seeing the sponsor banners over the period of several hours during a game.

Instead of adding a phone number to your sponsor banner, use your website instead. Bored parents or any other people with extra time can browse your site during their down time.

Next Steps: Find conferences/local events/sports events in your target niche and offer to sponsor them. The “entry level” sponsorships might only be a few hundred dollars and could drive tons of new eyes to your brand.

Consider sponsoring local events that may attract those in your target market:

  • Sporting events
  • 5ks
  • Health & Wellness Fairs

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #108: HAND OUT 3D PRINTED STAVES WITH YOUR LOGO AND WEBSITE

Buy a customized modular stave from Enstaved with your logo and website and gift it to:

  • Your Dream 100 clients
  • Your customers
  • Guests at your next conference

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #109: HOST AN IN-PERSON WORKSHOP WITH AN EXPERT

Look for experts in your area that could host a workshop related to your target market, then host an event where they give a presentation or work with the audience on the topic.

This lets you network with a local expert, makes them look good, and builds interest in your business and site at the same time.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #110: HOST A CONFERENCE

As you build up your traffic, hosting a conference related to your brand or niche is a great way to spread your reach even further. People who are already engaging with your site will invite their like-minded friends, and the publicity of hosting a large conference will boost your traffic even more.

Next Steps: Lloyed wrote an excellent guide to hosting a successful conference with big-name speakers in under three months.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #111: CONSIDER MAKING LAPTOP STICKERS

Your laptop is an advertising tool just waiting to be taken advantage of. Make some stickers that showcase your website (don’t forget the URL if your SEO is low) and put them front and center on the back of your laptop.

Not only will curious people in coffee shops check it out, they might strike up a conversation with you about it.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #112: USE FLYERS

If your site has a physical presence, or talks about physical places, you can put up flyers telling people to “learn more” at your site. Since they’re already invested in the place (by being there) they’re more likely to be interested in checking out your website.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #113: ATTEND MEETUPS

Find Meetups in your area and try to make friends with the hosts and regular attendees. You should start doing this both before and during the event.

Keep in mind, you shouldn’t do this just to get visitors, try to become a part of the community so that they want to learn more about what you’re doing.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #114: START YOUR OWN MEETUP

Another option is to start your own Meetup.

With this route, you can control the community, promote to it as much as you want, and get better feedback on your content and products.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #115: MAKE T-SHIRTS AND GIVE THEM AWAY

Use a site like Teespring to make t-shirts representing your product or business and give them away to friends, partners, clients, and anyone who works with you.

Just make sure they’re nice shirts and comfortable to wear! People should enjoy putting them on--no cheap fabrics.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #116: SEND CONTENT TO PROFESSORS FOR THEIR STUDENTS

Depending on your content, you might have something that would be useful to university professors. Reach out and introduce yourself (if they aren’t ones you know from college) and let them know that it might help their students.

18 WAYS ADS CAN GET YOU THE TRAFFIC BOOST YOU NEED

Here’s how to use ads to drive traffic to your website.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #117: TWITTER ADS

Twitter ads are emerging as a new way to pay to promote your website. Since they don’t have nearly the popularity of Facebook or Google ads, there’s still an opportunity to take advantage of them early and get some inexpensive traffic.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #118: LINKEDIN ADS

If you have a business or website that helps people professionally, LinkedIn ads could be the ideal place to reach them.

People usually go to LinkedIn when they’re looking for content related to their jobs or industry, so if you promote something relevant to them when they’re in that mindset you’ll likely convert better than on Facebook or Twitter.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #119: FACEBOOK ADS

Facebook is like one of the first places you thought of when I said “ads,” and for good reason.

It gives you a bit more flexibility than other ad networks since you can focus on right side vs. newsfeed, you can do easy retargeting, and you can boost articles or posts that you put on your page. Or just opt for likes.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #120: USE GOOGLE SEARCH ADS

With Google Search Ads, you don’t have to wait for SEO to kick in: you can skip straight to the top of Google results.

The downside is that depending on the niche you’re going after, they can get expensive quickly. But if you’re promoting something that most people aren’t paying to feature, then you can quickly get cheap traffic.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #121: USE GOOGLE DISPLAY ADS TOO

The other option through Google’s ad network is to create Display Ads. These are the ads you see in banners on other people’s sites, letting you target products or services to people who are reading relevant content that other people have published.

In a high-competition field, you’ll have to pay a TON for placement. But with something more niche that fewer people are promoting, you could get inexpensive traffic from other people’s content.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #122: DON’T FORGET ABOUT PINTEREST ADS

Pinterest recently started rolling out its ad network to the public. If you have highly visual content (clothing, food, crafts) that would normally perform well on Pinterest’s highly visual platform, then it’s a prime place to promote your content.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #123: STUMBLEUPON PAID PROMOTION

Stumbleupon lets you quickly jump from website to website to find something interesting to read or do. By promoting yourself on their ad network, you get preferred placement in their recommendations, and more traffic to your site as a direct result.

Stumbleupon ads are worth trying if you have catchy, exciting headlines that will make people want to stick around. 

Stumbleupon users are jumping from one article to the next at a higher speed than in most other mediums, so make sure you have something on your page to grab their attention.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #124: INSTAGRAM ADS

There are two ways you can do advertising on Instagram:

  1. You can buy advertisements that show up in people’s image feeds through the Instagram partner program, or
  2. You can pay Instagram users with a high number of followers to use and promote your product.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #125: TRY USING REDDIT ADS

Reddit, the popular article-indexing and discussion site, also offers an advertising platform.

One of the main benefits to advertising on Reddit is that you can focus your ads on people reading certain “subreddits” like Ryan did above in r/Keto.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #126: BING ADS COULD GIVE YOU THE BOOST YOU NEED

Believe it or not, people actually use Bing, and since it’s in such lower demand than Google, you can compete for keywords at a lower price.

The downside is that you’ll have less traffic to go after. But if you’re in a highly competitive space and are having a hard time affording traffic from Google, Bing ads could be a good place to experiment.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #127: YAHOO ADS

Just like Bing, since Yahoo is a less popular search engine than Google, you can usually get cheaper ad placement. Try going to the Yahoo Ads platform and seeing how much traffic you can get!

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #128: USE RETARGETING ADS

For most of the platforms mentioned above (especially Google, Facebook, and Twitter) you can use a “retargeting pixel” to send people back to your site after they’ve already visited.

These prospects already recognize your brand, and are usually much cheaper to get clicks from than entirely new people. 

To get really advanced, you can try showing them ads of specific products they were looking at to try to get them to come back and follow through on buying them.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #129: MOBILE ADS WILL HELP YOU TOO

If you have an app, or a mobile-optimized landing page, then mobile ads could be a good way to drive more traffic to your site.

This is also especially true if you’re promoting a game, since so many ads are also served in games, you can easily reach people in that mindset.

WEBSITE TRAFFIC TACTIC #130: BUY ADS ON NICHE SITES

Within your niche, there are likely a number of blogs and smaller sites that create content related to yours or your products.

By reaching out to them, you can negotiate ad placement on their site outside of Google’s Display network, which means you get a better price and a more direct relationship with the site owner.

In turn, they benefit because they know that they’re showing relevant content to their readers, instead of hoping that Google shows good ads.

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