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Want to drive people to your website? Increase traffic with these tips.
Step 1: Create quality content
Fill your website with high-quality content. Make information, games, or tools engaging, unique, and easy-to-use. Update your content regularly and monitor and respond to your site audience to boost frequent return visits.
Step 2: Optimize your site
Refreshing and adding content also helps with search-engine optimization. Use SEO, which includes practices like using target keywords in your site copy and metadata to boost organic search results -- what search engines bring up based on user queries. Optimize further with coding methods that make it easier for engines to crawl and index your website's content.
Many search engines have free tools to help identify SEO issues you can correct for better results.
Step 3: Use search-engine marketing
Don't want to rely solely on organic search results? Pay to advertise your website in prime areas of search engines when people search for related terms.
If you have a small marketing budget you can use pay-per-click advertising to pay only for the ads that people click.
Step 4: Get on social networks
Use social-networking sites to build a community of users interested in your website and share information on your content. Encourage followers to share your content with their networks -- they'll drive traffic to your website for you.
Step 5: Go traditional
Consider other methods to get website traffic: advertise using traditional media, display banner ads on other websites, send out press releases; engage with other websites to exchange high-quality links -- anything that spreads your URL to the world.
Step 6: Stay updated
Once you've established a presence, use online analytic tools to learn about your website's traffic and visitors. Then, let these statistics help you refine your strategies and drive even more traffic over time.
Did You Know?
In 2009, the average internet user spent 13 hours per week online, excluding checking e-mail.
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