Have you got a lovely website or a great service or product to offer the world …. but you are just not getting the eyeballs on your website?

Here are a few traffic generation ideas that will get you started to bring more people to your website.

Unless you have a big marketing budget, there is no quick fix or silver bullet, it is a matter of implementing one of these strategies at a time and work consistently at raiding your online awareness in the marketplace and then you will start to see more people coming to your site. Remember that you want the ‘right’ people as well … there is no point paying someone on Fiverr to drive traffic to your site if they are not your target market or people who really have the potential to purchase what you are offering. And for that my friend … it takes time (sorry I know you did not want to hear that)

So if you prefer video, watch and find out my quick tips for traffic generation, or I have listed them below.

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Tips on how to drive traffic to your website:

  • Offer free content for your audience like eBooks, checklists, digital downloads, webinars, video tutorials. The better and more valuable the content you give away the more it will be shared and people will come back for more from your business
  • Become an authority on your subject and get yourself out there as a public speaker
  • Review products, services or other businesses on your website or video the reviews
  • Have an email newsletter sign up incentive that adds value to potential clients or customers
  • Use social media advertising for your incentive or to promote your products and services
  • Become a guest blogger or write articles for magazines
  • Interview experts in your industry either with video or podcasting
  • Offer a referral program or reward people who recommend you
  • Try and connect with partners for joint venture partnerships, which will allow you to piggyback on their audience and vice versa