Want To Know How To Generate A Relentless Flow Of Traffic To Your Site?

You wanna get a truck load of traffic to your site? Of course you do. The real question is are you ready to do what it takes to get that traffic?

When it comes to getting traffic to your site it’s more about tenacity and routine than techniques. Let me explain what I’m talking about.

If you’ve been online for at least 30-60 days, you know you have to get traffic to your site if you want to sell anything, but knowing that you need it and getting it, are two totally different things.

A Hard But True Reality

One of the main reasons most people flunk out of internet marketing is because they lack the tenacity and focus it takes to get any one technique to work.

Now you’re probably thinking that I’m going to tell you  to write a million articles and give up the possibility of ever seeing the light of day again. No, you don’t have to do that, but what you have to understand is that you won’t get a million visitors by tomorrow if you dilly dally with the method you choose to work with.

The No Hype Uncensored Truth About Getting Massive Traffic

You can grow your traffic relatively fast, but the key is to focus on consistently implementing whatever technique you choose to make that happen. Let’s pick article marketing and video marketing. Article marketing can allow you to create lots of backlinks fast to your site, but what if you don’t like writing articles? Get someone else to do it. You can pay a freelance writer at Elance.com or search for good writers in the Warrior Forum.

Getting Value From Pre-Existing Content

You can also use articles from article directories as long as you keep the credits in tact  when you post them on your site but why not put your own spin on them and generate completely unique search engine worthy content. If you have articles already written you can repurpose them as video content. Another thing you can do is bookmark your articles on as many bookmarking sites as you can.

More backlinks, means more opportunities for visitors already interested in your topic to click over to your site.

You can use private label content. There are a lot of private label articles out there and you can rewrite them so that you can make them unique and post them on your blog and create a slightly reworked version for the article directories.

You can even use them as content for web 2.0 sites with links pointing back to your blog or website.

When you post the content to your blog and to the web 2.o sites that point back to it, make sure to social bookmark the blogs as well as the individual posts on them.

So far I’ve only talked about content marketing using articles and with these ideas alone you can drive ridiculous traffic back to your site, but you’ve got to set up a routine and stick to it.

The Bottom Line Is...

As great as some strategies may sound it’s impossible to make them all work at the same time. The key is to pick a strategy and work with it consistently enough for it to work.

In closing it’s important to really work hard at it in the beginning in order to turbo charge your traffic getting efforts. Don’t just write one article and bookmark it to a couple of sites and expect traffic to come pouring in. It doesn’t work like that and if that’s how you plan to do it, then don’t expect much if anything at all.

Internet marketing works. Affiliate marketing works, but it takes hard work and perseverance to make it work for you and if you’re willing to put in the elbow grease early on, the snowball effect of your efforts will begin to grow by itself over time. Also make sure to recycle your traffic by building a list and continuously redirecting your subscribers back to your site and you’ll soon generate a relentless flow of traffic to your site.


What do you think? Do you have a favorite traffic tactic that works for you? What advice would you like to offer on this subject? Leave a comment below…

4 Responses to “Want To Know How To Generate A Relentless Flow Of Traffic To Your Site?”

  • Motion Blogger on August 10, 2009

    Great info. I am just starting a new blog and will have to put some of this advice to work! Keep the tips coming.

  • John on August 11, 2009

    thanks for the advice I just finished a redesign for my site and we implemented a blog that i want to push traffic to.

  • Laptops For Free on August 24, 2009

    The answer to you question… of course I do! But to be honest I’m not keen on your tequniques. I think the only really sustainable way to bring in traffic is SEO. Promote your site to the search engines for a free flow of traffic.


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