The Fastest Way to Get Targeted Traffic to Your Website

Posted on July 23, 2009. Filed under: SEM, Web 2.0 |


Have you ever thought of unique ways to get targeted traffic to your website? No matter what niche you are in, you will need traffic to your website or blog if you intend to make a decent amount of sales. Website traffic is the heart of any successful business online today. In this article we will discuss four ways to promote your business with targeted traffic.

1. Writing and submitting articles

If there is one thing most gurus agree on is submitting articles to article directories to not only provide quality information, but also for the purpose of driving targeted traffic to a website. The reason why this form of marketing is so effective is the fact that you can talk almost specific about a problem someone may have and offer to solve their problem with a link in your resource box.

2. Blogging and commenting

Blogging has been around for a long time now but until recent years they have become very popular. When you post quality information on your blog regularly, people seem to look forward to future postings and will come back as you fulfill a need people may have even if it’s to stay informed to the latest news around the Internet marketing arena. Another way to drive targeted traffic to you website is commenting on other people’s blogs that are close related to your particular niche. Some blogs will have no follow comments activated but others will allow you to comment on their blog leaving a backlink to your website which is helpful to your website and could guide visitors from one blog directly to yours. This is why commenting on relevant blogs are more targeted for you.

3. Posting in forums

The first thing you want to do when you find a forum to participate in which you can bring value to, is to read the rules carefully for each forum you join because the rules may be different from one to another. So be careful to abide by the rules of each. After making a post that brings value to each thread is the opportunity to leave your signature which could contain the address to your website. You can get targeted traffic by leaving a link after each post you make because there are always newcomers searching for more information and to learn easier ways to promote their website.

4. Pay Per Click (PPC)

Using pay per click marketing is probably the most targeted traffic you can get to a website, blog, or squeeze page. Although this form of marketing is a great way to get the kind of traffic you maybe looking for, it is advisable to get some up to date training before you attempt using this strategy. The great thing about using pay per click advertising is you can drive targeted traffic to your website within minutes of setting up a campaign. Perry Marshall’s AdWords guide would be very helpful learning the basic principles to pay per click marketing.

In conclusion, using any or all of these techniques is a great way to get targeted traffic to your site to promote or sell any product you may have. When you are advertising online you need more than just traffic; you need targeted traffic that is already warm enough for you to handle.

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