33 Online Ways To Drive Traffic To Your Website
With all the hundreds of millions of website on the Internet, how is 1 business owner expected to stand out from the crowd—Social media? Search engine optimization? Email marketing?
These components are all important to getting more eyeballs on your website, but for every form of online marketing there are dozens of small things you can do to increase your brand’s exposure.
If your website analytics consistently are leaving something to be desired, go down our handy list of online exposure quick tips. These quick tips are ultra affordable ways that nearly any business owner can implement, regardless of tech knowledge.
- Use Social Bookmarking Sites Like Pinterest, StumbleUpon & Reddit
- Try Promoted Facebook Posts
- Make Sure All Social Media Profile Sport Your Website URL
- Create A Company Profile On LinkedIn
- Claim Your Yelp Profile
- Add Your Website’s URL To Each Of Your YouTube Video Descriptions
- Shorten URLs On Twitter So Everything Fits In
- Test Facebook Status Update Links
- Become A Guest Blogger And Link Back To Your Website
- Invite Guest Bloggers To Write For Your Blog & Share With Their List
- Network With Bloggers & Link To Each Others Blogs
- Comment On Blogs With Gravatar To Get Links To Your Site On More Pages
- Increase New Site Pages By Keeping Your Blog On Your Own Site Instead Of Blogger
- Blog Often
- Increase The Time Spent On Your Site By Writing Really Interesting Stuff
- Use Short Paragraphs & Make Things Easy To Read
- Add A Social Commenting Widget And Make Posts More Visible To New Readers
- Find Highly Searched Keywords With The Help Of Google’s Keyword Tool.
- Use Keyword Phrases Made Up Of 2 Or More Words
- Get Reputable Websites To Link To You
- Use More Than 300 Words Per Page
- Add Hyperlinks To Keywords
- Keep Readers On Your Website As Long As Possible
- Add Page Text Or Alt Text To All Images/Videos
- Send Out A Monthly Newsletter With Links To Recent Website Content
- Add A Link To Your Website In The Email Signature Line
- Write Short, Catchy Email Subjects Lines
- Tell Subscribers Exactly What You Want Them To Do With A Specific Call To Action
- Strategically Schedule Emails—Timing Is Everything
- Test Emails For Links, Content & Graphics
- Encourage Sharing
- Avoid Spam Triggers (See Your Specific Mail Provider For More Details)
See, I told you they were easy.
Marketing you business online is all about building a solid foundation for your processes. The small things, like a broken website link, creates a major roadblock for your brand.
If you’re interested in learning how to build (or rebuild) your brand’s marketing process from the ground up, download our free ebook Lifecycle Marketing Planner today!