Website Traffic Tips – 2 Ways To Turn Your Website Into A Bustling City

Have you ever had the experience of driving through a small town in the middle of the night? It’s almost like you’re the last person on earth. It’s kind of spooky too. Well here are two website traffic tips that can turn your website into a bustling city.

Tip #1 Use article marketing as a source of driving fresh targeted visitors to your site frequently. Writing articles is a great way to turn your website into  a community of like minded individuals. Articles are a tried and tested method of generating a constant flow of traffic to your site.

Tip #2 Social bookmarking and Social Networking are great ways to tap into an existing flow of traffic and redirect much of it to your website. For every piece of content you produce you should bookmark it so as to have internal links running throughout your site, bringing an even greater flow of traffic.

With Social Networking you can reach out and make business connections that can ultimately produce tons of targeted visitors back to your website. There are tons of ways to drive traffic to your site, so don’t put all of your eggs in one basket and wait for one source to dry up before you try another. Learn a new technique every 30 days and watch your website become a thriving bustling city.

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4 Responses to “Website Traffic Tips – 2 Ways To Turn Your Website Into A Bustling City”

  • Sebastien on March 7, 2009

    Good tips. Article marketing is proven to work but very few website owners use it. It takes time and hard work to succeed. Thanks for sharing.

  • nando on March 7, 2009

    Thanks for visiting and sharing your thoughts.

  • Business Logos on March 11, 2009

    I think SEO is the key to decent web traffic. Pages need to be optimized in order for a site to become well established.

    • nando on March 11, 2009

      Search Engine Optimization is definitely a key factor in getting good traffic to your site. It’s just that it takes a lot of work and it’s that work that keeps people from getting any lasting traffic to their site.

      Nice comment, thanks for sharing.


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