In part 1, we talked about some inexpensive strategies to drive visitors to your new website. If you’re looking for even more ways to increase your traffic, here are 4 additional tips to do so:
Buy IP Unique Traffic
This product may be a little pricier than Global Traffic, but as far as online advertising goes, our IP Unique packages are still very affordable. You can get 5,000 visitors for as low as $39, and you’ll even be able to target your site visitors.
Our IP Unique product enables you to zero in on your target users by country, channel, or keywords. By doing so, you can get more relevant visitors and increase the chances of converting them or bringing them back to your site.
We talked about joining contests in part 1, but have you ever considered running your own? It can be a great way to put the spotlight on your new site.
A word of caution though: make sure your prize is relevant to your site, product, or service. Giving away generic...
The biggest challenge of any new website owner is getting traffic. Since no one knows about your newly-sprung online property, chances are you won’t have a lot of people knocking on your digital doors. Plus since you’re new, you’re probably not making enough revenue yet to hire a fancy PR firm or to buy top-notch SEO services.
Fortunately though, you don’t have to. Don’t buy into the fact that you need a lot of money to get a lot of site visitors. Below a few ways to reel in more traffic without breaking the bank:
Buy Global Traffic
Contrary to what other people may say, buying online traffic doesn’t necessarily cost an arm and a leg. At FullTraffic for instance, you can get 10,000 visitors for just $7.50 through our Global Traffic product. Doing so lets you leverage the FullTraffic network which gets more than 16 million daily impressions. This allows you to reel in massive amounts of traffic at a global scale. Get visitors from all...
It’s important to note that when you’re buying website traffic, the success of your campaign doesn’t just depend on your ads, your budget, or the technical capabilities of the network. While all those aspects matter a lot, you shouldn’t overlook the fact that your relationship with your ad network can also impact the performance of your campaigns.
At FullTraffic, we believe that we can achieve advertiser and publisher success by communicating and collaborating with our users. That’s why we always welcome feedback from those who buy and sell traffic through our system. Because the more we know about you and your traffic goals, the better we can help.
So don’t hesitate to get in touch with us regarding any questions or concerns about buying traffic. We welcome all types of feedback. Not sure what to talk to us about? Here are a few topics to get you started:
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In the online advertising game, going viral and getting a colossal increase in website traffic and conversions is like hitting the jackpot: tons of people try to do it, but only a select few hit it big.
But unlike hitting the jackpot, online advertising isn’t just about luck. Sure, some campaigns are fortunate enough to get noticed by the right people at the right time; but for the most part, creating a winning campaign is about delivering the perfect message to the right audience, at the best time, using the appropriate channels.
For this blog post, we are going to focus on the messaging part of your campaign. More and more companies are realizing the playing it safe when it comes to the messages and content they put out here is not the way to go viral. In order for an ad or marketing campaign to get noticed and shared, it needs to have a strong, hard-hitting message.
That being said, while you certainly want to be bold in your campaigns, you also have to recognize...
Getting more website visitors is important, but also remember that keeping them is just as--if not more--essential. You can buy traffic as much as you want, but if your site is sending users packing, all the money and hard work that you’ve put into your campaigns will be for nothing. To avoid that, implement the following traffic retention strategies on your website:
Publish irresistible content
Spammy or filler posts don’t just hurt you SEO-wise, they pretty much guarantee that visitors won’t come back to your site. Avoid posting them at all costs. Instead, strive to publish high-quality and educational content. Write articles that your audience cares about and can learn from.
Yes, it will take time and commitment but the payoff is certainly worth it. When users get a load of your high-value content, they’ll not only share it, but they’ll come back for more.
Now, we can go on and on about how to produce kick-ass content, but we’ve...
Social sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are highly effective for building relationships, discovering content, and searching for people, but when used correctly, you can also utilize them to find blogs to guest post on in order to increase website traffic to your site.
If you’ve already exhausted traditional site discovery services such as Google and Alexa, or special blogging tools such as Alltop, Technorati, and Buzzstream, then consider using social media to find even more blogs to write for.
Start by liking company pages in your industry. For instance, if your niche is in graphic design, find other designers or design firms on Facebook and like their pages. You should then spend some time on each page and take note of the people and pages participating in the discussions. Are there any other pages liking or commenting on posts? Check them out and see if you can guest post for them.
Also be sure to check out each...
Guest blogging is one of the most popular ways to build links, get more website traffic, and build thought leadership. That being said though, it’s important to remember that not all blogs are created equal, and you need to pick ones that are both high-trafficked and relevant in order to reap the full benefits of guest posting.
Typically, bloggers use sites such as Google or Alexa to find blogs to write for. But beyond those services, here are a few more tools you may want to check out as well:
Think of Alltop.com as an online magazine stand that surfaces the top sites and stories in any given topic. It collects headlines from the best sites and it aims to supplement people’s reading and learning experiences on the web.
In addition, Alltop allows you do discover blogs in a variety of industries. Topics are arranged in alphabetical order, so you can browse sites by letter. You can also do a search by entering a keyword into Alltop’s...
So you’ve created your freebie and can’t wait to reel in more website visitors with it. How can you ensure that you’ll get the most traction out of your offer? Here are a few tips and best practices.
Avoid the “build it and they will come” mentality
The first step is to have the right mindset. Most people create their free ebook, course, survey, etc., then just leave it at that. Big mistake. Getting your offer live on your site is just the beginning. Recognize that you need market your butt off and you need to promote your freebie to get it in the hands of as many people as possible.
Advertise your offer
One of the best ways to get the word out about your offer is to buy traffic and get people clicking. Design an enticing ad that promotes the offer. Make sure you put the word “free” in your copy to entice people to check it out.
Also see to it that the look and feel of your ads are consistent with your promotion. For...
Trying to boost the performance of your ad campaigns? While it may by tempting—and sometimes recommended—to look “out there” and see what your competitors are doing, resist the urge to do so, and instead analyze what’s happening on your own website first. (Save spying on your competition for later.)
When buying traffic, it’s best to take a look at the visitors that you already have so you can determine the most ideal targeting options and messaging to implement in your campaign.
Pay attention to the following website traffic metrics in particular:
1. Geographical location – Where are your visitors coming from? Are your customers mainly from the US or other parts of the world? Take note either way and target your campaigns accordingly.
In addition, be sure to tailor the content and wording of your ads to the location of your visitors. For example, if you’re targeting people in the UK, make sure your ads are adopting UK...
Can you believe we’re more than half-way through 2013? The year has had its share of its ups and downs so far, and the FullTraffic team is just happy be able to roll with it.
To top off the end of another quarter, we’ve decided to look back at the past three months to see what happened on the FullTraffic blog. We’ve published a number of hot posts during the last quarter so we’re going to do you the favor of rounding up some of our most socially shared articles in case you missed them.
Below is a list of FullTraffic’s top blog posts for the second quarter of 2013:
1. Analyzing Penguin 2.0 (4.0) and Its Impact to Date - In this post, we tackled Google’s most recent Penguin update at the time. We talked about which sites were likely to be most affected, and showed a ranking of the top 25 websites to be hit by the Penguin update.
The post generated a lot of social buzz, sending over 300 Facebook likes and dozens of tweets.