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Strategies Research For Website Traffic


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Strategies Research The best way to do market research is to stalk your competitors and see what they’re doing. There are a number of different ways you can get that information and then use it to your advantage. It does take work and persistence. However, think how quickly your traffic can grow if you manage to find a site that is quickly building their audience and your content, along with backlinks to your site, is plastered all over their pages. You will quickly zoom up the ladder of visibility and you will see the results of your efforts.

Here is a step-by-step way to approach your market research in a methodical manner so as to use your time to the best advantage:
1. Understand your market niche and keywords you are targeting,
2. Go to Google and type in the keyword to find your competitors on the first five search result pages,
3. Visit each of these to see if you can add content and backlinks to the site to increase your traffic,
4. Take note of the most popular topics/content on these sites so you can later copy them,
5. Target a few of these for copy cat efforts,
6. Check out those few for their target market by visiting Alexa.com,
7. Use Quantcast.com to find out more about the demographics of these sites and what other sites might have an interest in that content,
8. Build content that is very similar to the sites you’ve targeted,
9. Submit it to the same people who linked to those sites, using similar keywords, titles, etc,
10.Reply to comments and build a buzz around your content.

Getting Out Of The Traffic Getting Circle
In order to learn how to simulate traffic flow online, the first thing we need to do is get an overview of all types of traffic available, so we understand how it moves. Let’s talk about some of the types of Internet customers that are available..

  • Subscribers
  • Freebie seekers
  • SEO Traffic
  • Affiliate Traffic
  • Customers
  • “Regulars”

One of the things you’re going see: There are 6 customers heading to your shop, that’s true – but only 3 types of traffic:

  • Type A traffic is crucial to your business success because it conveys people directly to your door. Think of Type B as a fleet of taxi drivers, each of whom recommends you to fares they think are likely to buy from you. They drop their fares off right at your doorstep, without ever coming in themselves (after a first, initial visit to check you out and make sure you’ll please their clients – who will give them big tips!)
  • Type B ends up hurrying directly into your shop and purchasing. They know what they want – and that you’re likely to have it.
  • Type C are window shoppers… They reach your shop, but spend all their time browsing, stepping inside only because they were lured by your “free samples” or window displays. They hover about, and come back again and again until one day the finally buy… or they look around, decide you don’t have anything they want; and leave

 


August 27, 2017