5 Ways to Build Website Traffic

Oct 3, 2021 My Blog

Perhaps you’ve been looking at the number of visitors and traffic to your site and analyzing how many people are visiting the website, are they returning or first time visitors, which page are they looking at and do they take one of the actions on your website like filling out an application or signing up to your newsletter, purchasing items or asking for more information.

Do you want to create more traffic and bring more customers to your site? Here are five strategies that you can employ to increase traffic to your site.

Keywords for Websites and Keywords for Websites and Search Engines. Check your website’s content and verify if the “title” “description” and “keywords” meta tags are added to the pages of your website. They are crucial in making sure that your site is found by search engines such as Google as well as Yahoo. In the body of your page particularly your homepage make use of those words which best represent your company and the needs of your intended audience. This should be part in the text body. Once all of this is completed make sure you register your site through Google, Yahoo and other major search engines. They all have no-cost submission forms, but there’s no way to know that it will take. Continue to review your stats and you’ll see the time when you begin to see traffic through search engines. Examine the keywords that people are using to locate your website and then improve these keywords to your site’s pages.

Electronic Newsletters, Announcements and Emails. Inform the people who are on the list(s) of your site and the information they will find there, and the reason they should go to. Include a sign-up form on your website and an incentives to get people to sign-up for your newsletter. Your announcements and newsletters will help build RETURN visits to your website. Keep in mind that visitors may visit a multitude of websites, and even if they are impressed with you at first glance – they should be reminded of their next visit.

Link. Links from other websites help increase your credibility and increase your ranking in search engines. They are referred to as inbound links. When you’ve got a links or resource page on your website – you may link to helpful websites – and then contact the website owner and request them to connect to you. If you have partners, affiliates, sponsors, or any other relationship Send them the link to your site, along with your logo, and a key word and ask them to include your link on their site.

Signature File. Include your website’s address sherry dyson in your signature file for email. Create this as a company policy and ask everyone to create a signature file which includes the link to your website. Include the website’s address in any correspondence that is written on paper such as flyers, brochures, ads, articles, PR, and most importantly, the business card.

Online Social Networks. Create your own profile on the major social media websites like the Facebook page, group, and LinkedIN. Join groups and discussion forums , and add your website in your profile.

Utilizing these strategies, you can boost traffic to your site – however, be aware that your site should be interesting and engaging to visitors and include specific calls to action otherwise, your efforts will generate traffic, but will not assist you achieve your goals.

Denise Davies – Internet and Media Strategies for Non-Profit Organizations.

Are you a non-profit needing a partner with that understands the way organizations function? Do you require a plan to make use of internet and Internet effectively to grow your organization, increase awareness of your cause, recruit more volunteers, increase donations and streamline the efficiency of your work?

Denise manages an international team of skilled designers, analysts and programmers to create Internet solutions for charities as well as established companies and startups. Denise is a speaker to groups about the Internet and Strategies to achieve success. She is the author of the book “Internet Strategies for Nonprofits”.