The web traffic

How to gain more website traffic?

Ask any business owner what they’d like the most in the world for their business, and they’ll probably tell you “Customers.” If you already have decent web traffic, what else do you want? “More customers.”

Traffic in and out of your website makes your website and business popular. Even though you haven’t made any sales, you are still influencing a crowd of people. Isn’t that wonderful? I feel like a superhero whenever I do this. It is better than a conventional 9 to 5 job.

Let us see a few tips on how to gain user traffic on your website?

Quality content:
Content is a game-changer. Follow our golden rules for fantastic content in our previous video and never compromise on the quality.

  • Advertise
  • Use social media pages.
  • Promote some free content or ebooks
  • Share some quick tips in an email or social media post
  • Use paid advertising methods

Cross Promotions
Do not stick to a single format, post videos, articles, reviews
Post in your blog
Post on your social media platforms
Promote your website on Facebook and Facebook groups
Promote more on social media and redirect traffic to your website for an answer. I will explain this with an example. Create a question in the Instagram post that builds curiosity. Add a link in the bio to redirect the users to your website for the answers.
This example brings in the need to talk about compelling content headlines. The subject builds all the curiosity for your content. Use words like

In the headlines or post a question, “Are you willing to build your own business?”

On-page optimization
Off-page optimization
On-page SEO is the practice of optimizing individual web pages to rank higher and earn more relevant traffic in search engines. On-page refers to both the content and HTML source code optimized, as opposed to off-page SEO, which refers to links and other external signals.
A sitemap is a blueprint of your website that help search engines find, crawl, and index all of your website’s content. We use Google Analytics for this.

Why do we need a sitemap?

You want Google to crawl every significant page of your website. But sometimes, product pages end up without any internal links pointing to them, making them hard to find. The sitemap lists all the essential pages, making sure Google can find and crawl them all, helping it understand your website structure.

Backlinks are links from one website to a page on another website. Google and other major search engines consider backlinks “votes” for a specific page. The best way is posting on other websites and leaving a comment on their pages. This way you have backlinks to your website.

Email Marketing
Send your subscriber list an email every week, updating about what you have done or the new products you have launched. New highlights or news about your niche. Which products are doing well? Send them some personalized discount coupons. Please don’t make it all about you. Share some nice tips on the email so that they don’t unsubscribe you for spamming their inbox.

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