Getting traffic to your website is the lifeblood to your business if you want to make money online. There are so many ways of doing this that it can be pretty overwhelming. I want to share 3 ways that I’ve used to get quality traffic to my website. By quality, I mean having people visit my website who are actually interested in being there. You can buy, swap and trade traffic all day long, but that does NOT mean that it is quality traffic.
This is the segment of questions and answers forum. Any member can participant and the easiest way to join in is to ask a question. However, answering question gives you more milage as you get to showcase your expertise. It will take more effort, research, time but the payoff is enormous.
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How you describe yourself either repulses people or gets them attracted to you. Your current position tells people a lot about yourself. In addition, your number of connections will tell people about your ‘influence’.
Patience. You can promote brands and products very quickly with social media, but you need to be patient to get leads from this. However, patience will pay off. Remember, you are in a marathon, not a sprint. So keep long-term goals and objectives in perspective.
Referrals: say thanks to someone – a vendor, partner, even a customer – for a job well done or just acknowledging some special talent or skill that had a positive impact. Chances are they will reciprocate. And don’t be shy about asking customers to write a recommendation but be careful to ask only those who have actually worked with you and can speak to your professional brilliance.
TOOL HINT: Go to Google Reader for lists of articles; Google Alerts for industry terms; Technorati for a list of blogs and their rankings. Try Tweetscan for Twitter posts and BoardTracker for forums and message boards.
For those online breaches that actually do happen, I’d be willing to bet it’s not an evil genius computer hacker getting into your account. Once someone has your password, he has full run of your social media accounts. No matter how many security measures Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter have internally, if your password is written on a sticky note by your laptop, and is the name of your cat or the year you were born, all the security experts in the world won’t keep your account safe.