Are you thinking of ways to consistently get more traffic to your website?
So many entrepreneurs put so much effort into getting their website built that they forget to consider how to constantly drive their ideal clients to their site.
Simply putting your website out there will not automatically drive traffic to it. You have to implement get-more-traffic techniques so that Google will your website in its search results (meaning more of your ideal clients will find you!).
This doesn’t mean you need to spend an arm and a leg on a SEO expert or pay-per-click ads. While both will help you get more web traffic, there are plenty of free to low-cost ways to increase the traffic to your website.
In this week’s marketing strategy, I have outlined four no-cost ways to get more traffic to your site.
I use all four tactics, and I can assure you: They work great!
Let’s roll up our shirt sleeves and get to work on getting more of your ideal clients to your website!
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Online marketing gives entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to share their personalities with a larger audience. When you share some aspects of your personal life with your online audience, it allows them to get to know you better, which leads to trust (which leads to sales).
Many entrepreneurs, though, are not sure which aspects of their personality and personal lives to show. No one wants to throw back the curtain completely on her personal life.
So, how do you balance sharing your personal interests – enough for people to get to know you – while maintaining some level of privacy?
Here are 7 ideas that you can consider to help you show your personality through your online marketing without completely sacrificing your privacy:Continue reading →
How can you keep your teenager safe while he is using social media?
One of the most effective ways is to create a social media contract between you and your child. A social media contract spells out the rules, guidelines and consequences for your teen so he knows exactly what is expected from him while he engages online.
Here are some ideas on what to include in a social media contract between you and your teen: Continue reading →