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5 Ways To Get Traffic Racing To Your Website
Are you looking for more visitors to your website, but maybe you’re short on cash? Well there are a lot of Big Boys out there that can spend $5,000 to $20,000 per month, but if you are fairly new at this business, we need to be creative. There are many ways to get targeted traffic to your website without spending a penny:
Search Engines are a great way to let people know that your website is alive. Submit your site to as many directories as you can. There are thousands of directories out there that will post your website in their directory for free (your title or link text is the key).
Joining many forums that are out there that will allow your links in a short signature file at the end of each post. Join forums that are related to your subject matter and take part in the in the discussions. Try to use the same user name and password so you don’t forget, there are thousands of forums out there.
Visit other people’s blogs on the topic related to your website. Most blogs allow you to add comment about the issues being discussed. Make sure at the end of you comment you put your signature and your link.
4. E-mail Signature
Create an e-mail “signature” your name, your website address and a short tagline describing the main benefit of your site. Set your e-mail program to automatically add your signature to every e-mail that you send.
Writing and submitting articles like this one with a small resource box at the end is also a good way to attract one way links back to your site. If you write just one good article and summit it to the many article directories, you could have many targeted traffic racing to you website. The best part is that people who read your articles will regard you as an expert, and they will be much more likely to buy from you when they go to your website.
By implementing these 5 free traffic-building strategies, you will get targeted visitors racing to your website without spending a penney, just a little work.
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