Just Focusing on SEO for Visitors? 4 Ways to Diversify Your Traffic

seo is a major part of internet marketing. However, it is not the only part of internet marketing. If you’re seeing lots of success with your SEO strategy, you may be ignoring other legitimate ways to get traffic – and that’s a big mistake.

When you rely on SEO, you’re relying on the search engines. However, you have no control over what the search engines do. A top 5 ranking today could be gone tomorrow if the search engines make a change to their algorithms. If you rely on SEO for all of your traffic, you are putting all of your eggs in one basket.

So, what’s the solution?

Don’t give up on SEO; just diversify your traffic. That way, you won’t lose everything if you suddenly lose your ranking.

So, how do you do it?

1. Advertise

It may be one of the oldest techniques for getting your name out there, but it’s still a good one. If you have a relationship with other webmasters, talk to them about putting a banner on their site. Or, look into advertising on some popular websites in your niche.

Or, you can create a Google AdWords campaign. If creating and managing campaigns sounds too tricky, there is a way to make it easier. With Interspire shopping cart, you can automatically create AdWords campaigns for your products.

2. Build up your email list

Add an opt-in page to your website. That way, even if the worst happens out on the search engines, you still have a way to get in touch with your target audience. When you use the power of email, people can use your messages to go right to your site – instead of depending on search engines to take them there.

3. Focus on quality content

Your website isn’t the only place that you should be publishing quality content. There are countless places to add your expertise – and get your name out there in the process.

Informative articles, guest blog postings, and videos will never go out of style. And, by publishing solid content, you don’t just get your name out there – you also get the added benefit of showing everyone how much of an expert you really are.

And let’s face it – people are far more likely to do business with someone who they consider to be an expert.

4. Start a social networking campaign

Facebook and Twitter aren’t just for college kids and celebrities; they’re both valuable business tools. By using both sites the right way, you can generate a ton of web traffic that has absolutely nothing to do with the search engines.

About Dean Saliba

Dean Saliba is a freelance writer, professional blogger, media enthusiast, dirty football player and huge professional wrestling fan who covers a wide range of subjects and niches including, making money online, traffic generating, pro wrestling, blog reviews, football, how-to guides, music, internet marketing and more.

6 thoughts on “Just Focusing on SEO for Visitors? 4 Ways to Diversify Your Traffic

    • Dean Saliba Post author

      Google still accounts for most of my traffic but since I started blog commenting I have found this is catching up with Google. 🙂

  1. Joshua

    Hello,

    These methods are really great, I’m using them almost all the time. It’s really important to focus on SEO but also, those methods are essential for the sake of your business. Nowadays, the social networks are in great power and you can start directly with #4 – Start a social networking campaign.

    Joshua

    • Dean Saliba Post author

      I’m still not doing SEO (I wrote a post about it before) but I understand it is important to some people. I’ve gained a lot of traffic from promoting my blogs on Twitter and Facebook. 🙂

  2. photo frames

    I wonder writing articles and posting it on article websites like ezine article. How can it help increasing the traffic ? Is there any other advantage for SEO for this.Thanks

    • Dean Saliba Post author

      I don’t know about SEO but I have used Ezine Articles to help drive traffic. I find that putting in the right keywords helps tenfold.

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