Getting Traffic To Your New Website
Written by Craig Warren
So you’ve just finished creating your new website. It
looks good and you are ready for the visitors, you can’t
wait for the traffic to come. So how are you going to get
traffic to your new site? You will now need to promote
your new site. Here are a few things you could start with:
* Submit your site to the Search Engines
If you want people to find your site then you should
start by submitting your site to the biggest 3 search
engines, which are Google Yahoo and MSN. They will find
your site eventually without submitting to them but why
wait. You should also submit your site to all the other
lesser-known search engines because some people don’t or
can’t use the big 3. Can be time-consuming to submit your
site to most of them so Search Engine Submission Software
is recommended for this.
* Submit your site to Directories
People go here to find other websites. Provides good
incoming links when your site is listed on directories,
which can over time increase your websites popularity
and SE rankings. There are so many directories that
this can also be time-consuming.
* Submit your site to Classifieds sites
Was once considered to be an excellent way to get traffic
to your site but not as effective today, however, it still
could be worth your while submitting your site to the
classified sites using Search Engine Submission Software
because most of those sites are considered high traffic
The above three methods are great ways to promote your
site and start getting traffic but they can be very time
consuming if you decide to submit your site manually to
the above, however, there is a much faster and incredibly
simpler way to get your site on over 700,000 Search
Engines, Directories, Classifieds, Online Malls and Link
pages by using a Search Engine Submission Software
You could also consider other ways of getting visitors to
your site like
Writing articles about what can be found on your site
and distributing them to article directories with a link
to your site included in every article you write.
Participate in Forums that are related to your sites
content. Post your opinion or expertise on the subject
matter and over time you’ll be allowed add a link to your
site with every post you make.
Add lots of related links to your site
This is reciprocal linking where someone adds your link
to their site while you agree to add their link to your
site. Make sure the sites you link to are related to your
site in some way, this will improve your search engine
ranking for more traffic. Example, If you have a weight
loss site you should link to other weight loss related
sites like health, fitness, diet and exercise.
Use Pay Per Click (PPC)
Brings in quality traffic but it can get costly if you
don’t know what you’re doing. Every time someone visits
your site it will cost you a pre-determined amount
usually a few cents. I recommend you learn all about this
method before you dive in, however, you can at least set
your limit on how much you are willing to spend on this.
This is where you view other people’s sites to gain
credits that will allow them to view your site. Most of
the people viewing your site will have no interest in
your site, they are only clicking on your site to gain
credits. Worth a try because its free to join.
Advertise in Ezines
This can be an excellent way to advertise your website.
Only use ezines that are related to your site and have a
large circulation. Allow your site ad a few months of
advertising to get the best value.
Instant traffic to your site using software technology.
Some can be quite useless but others can bring in truly
remarkable results for your site.
There are many more traffic gaining techniques. The above
are 10 good ways that will get traffic to your site and a
couple of solutions to your site promotion ventures. My
advice is to try the above first and then when you are
familiar with them you can look for other methods.
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