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8 Great Ways to Increase Visits to Your Website

Posted Mon, July 4, 2016 by Julie Short

Increasing visits to your website isn’t the only way to improve Internet marketing results, but it’s almost always a good start. Without sufficient traffic to your website, you can’t generate leads or sales.

Unfortunately, a lot of business owners and marketers struggle to attract new searchers and visitors on a regular basis. If that has been a challenge for you, you’ll love these eight proven ways to increase visits to your website:

#1: Post to Your Blog More Often – adding new articles to your blog gives you more content for Google to index, especially when it comes to long-tell search terms. It also gives visitors a reason to come back to your site and check out future articles.

#2: Promote Your Posts More Effectively – make sure you’re getting the most from every blog post by using interesting, search-optimized titles, including feature images that attract attention, and announcing new articles with tweets and social updates.

#3: Update Your On-Site SEO – new clients are often amazed to find out what some fresh keyword research, new meta descriptions, and internal links can do for their search visibility. That translates into fresh web visits pretty quickly.

#4: Participate in Social Media Groups – joining and posting on social media forums creates links back to your website and exposes you to a new audience of potential website visitors and (eventually) customers.

#5: Look for Linking Opportunities – if you have friends or colleagues in related industries, see if you can have them link from their website to yours. You get fresh visits to your pages, and they get another helpful resource to share with their own customers and contacts.

#6: Create Video Clips for YouTube – often called the world’s “second-largest search engine,” YouTube gets hundreds of millions of hits per day. Posting a video online could be a great way to get people coming to your website.

#7: Try Guest Posting – if you don’t already have lots of web traffic, why not post your content to a website that does? If people like your guest posts, they may follow a link to your website or look you up on Google.

#8: Give Away a Free eBook or Guide – searchers love free information, and offering a free e-book or special report on your website is a great way to bring fresh visitors to your virtual doorstep.

When you increase traffic to your website, new people are finding out about your company and lots of great things can happen. Give these eight strategies a try and see how well they can work for you!

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Posted in : Websites , Website Content , SEO/SMO/SMM , Business Strategy | 
Tags : website traffic , increase traffic , website visits

The Rise of Mobile: A New Necessity to Reach Customers

Posted Mon, January 7, 2013 by Tim J Short

My grandfather used to say, “Drop your line where you see the fish.” In 2012, mobile traffic made up a significant portion of all Internet traffic. For the average business, having mobile compatible websites changed from a luxury to a necessity for 2013.

Walker Sands’ Quarterly Web Traffic Report found that mobile web traffic quadrupled in the last two years. As mobile adoption continues to boom, marketers have to monetize mobile traffic or die trying. Here’s the top four reasons why you need a functional mobile site:

More than half of U.S. consumers own a smartphone.

There’s a lot of mobile sales potential that’s still unrealized. According to the Edison Research/Arbitron Internet and Multimedia Research Series, 46% of smartphone users browse the internet on their devices several times a day. By providing a great mobile experience, you have an opportunity to pull ahead of your competition.

Mobile users need a simplified browsing experience.

Smartphones can’t render full websites with quality. Full sites vary in how they translate on mobile devices, but they aren’t generally designed to be easy to navigate or load quickly. in 2012, Google Data found that 71% of smartphone users who see a TV, print or online ad, do a mobile search for more information. Often, people can’t read full sites on a mobile device.

You could lose business.

If people have a hard time accessing your site, you might not get a second chance and forfeit that business to your competition. In a Compuware study, they found that if your website is slow or breaks down 57% said they wouldn’t recommend your business and 40% would turn to a competitor.

Mobile users are using phones to research and purchase.

By 2014, mobile internet usage should surpass desktop internet usage. It might not be something we’re all proud of, but 86% of mobile Internet users are using their devices while watching TV. According to Go-Globe statistics, some of the reasons customers prefer mobile commerce is the on the go convenience, special discounts and easy to compare prices.

Posted in : Tips and Tricks | 
Tags : Mobile Traffic , Mobile User

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