Blogs have rapidly become one of the most popular, if not the most popular type of website. With easy access to Web 2.0 platforms like Blogger, TypePad, and others, it’s really easy to start a blog. All you have to do is create an account, and Boom! you’re blogging. The average blog, however, has a life span of probably less than a month. Most folks realize that the care and feeding of a blog is a lot more work than they’re willing to do.
You’ve heard the saying, it’s not what you know but whom you know. If you’re on Twitter, you want to follow and be followed by people in your niche market. Use search.twitter to follow people that are potentially interested in your product or business opportunity. That’s not to say you should only follow people in your business. It’s more important to join the conversation and make a positive contribution.
Now before you build a website using nothing but “internet marketing” for your keyword you need to find out which keyword has the greatest supply and demand. Two tools that accomplish this are WordTracker & SEO Elite. Both are good, I personally prefer SEO Elite.
The point of this thread is you know yourself and use your knowledge when applying any instructions obtained from any source. One way to start this awareness is to use the old paper and pencil trick or a computer if that is better. Regardless after reading all the steps on “how to do it” make a list of activities and skills required to do those steps.
So, if you want more success, at least in business, start getting more traffic to your website. There are of course many other things to consider when designing your site to make this happen, but without traffic a website is useless.
This article aims at those newly experienced in this effort, those within the first few weeks of effort, and those still not turned off by the reality vs. the expectation.
These are some of ways to bring more people to your website. Be more patient for a long term process and in due time you will get what you want for your site – “traffic”.