Getting traffic to your website can be hard and time-consuming, or you can make it easy. I know which one I prefer. I’m sure you will feel the same, so I thought I would share with you some quick and easy ways you can start driving some extra visitors to your website.
10 Easy Ways To Get More Website Traffic That You Can Implement This Week
- Join the DIY Marketers Collective Facebook Group. Jump in and share a link to your latest blog post, video, podcast, promo… PLUS any links shared in the group threads I am also re-sharing with my social networks #winwin.
- Share a post link on your social media channels each day for 7 days.
- Use Google Analytics to discover your most popular blog posts, share them into FB groups, with your newsletter list, or create posts of similar nature or topic.
- Use SEO. There is a reason why so many marketers (myself included) bang on about SEO so much. It just works, and it’s not overly difficult. A great place to start is this blog post or you can book in a training with me.
- Create Pinterest graphics from your blog post headlines, upload them to Pinterest with links back to their respective articles or landing pages. This process is really simple to do in Canva.
- Find an industry blog or platform where you can share or re-publish your most popular content.
- Include links to your key articles, sales pages or even your main blog page in your newsletter.
- Share a round up of your most popular posts into a newsletter to your list.
- Re-purpose your content into a different format and publish on different channels. For example: convert a Facebook Live into a blog post, or make a video from a blog post and convert it into a video for YouTube.
- Join the upcoming DRIVE! Marketing Program where I can teach you how you can build traction for your business online and how to do it efficiently. We will be implementing the training each week so that you can get that traction happening sooner rather than later.
I hope you find these tips to getting more website traffic useful and that you try them out. I’d love to hear about your results.
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