Quarantine days can be a bad experience for everyone. In some countries lock-down is coming to an end, but there are still many people who are in quarantine. Either you are still working from home or you’ve lost your job because of this recession, now can be a great time for you to start building your brand new website. Nowadays there are many tools that can help you build your website easily. For example you can use GoDaddy Websites plus Marketing builder, on the other hand Wix has some cool stuff for you. Some might want to use new features of Squarespace to create a weblog with good SEO. In this article we will discuss 10 tips that can boost your new website traffic.
To write this article I decided to inquire some specialists about what to do when you create the website and how to successfully advertise it. I digged a mountain of responses and chose the hints and tips that were new and unique. If you try some of these helpful hints and they work, email me a message and tell me about your story.
1. Rely on sites with huge traffic
“Search your keywords and select on the top 3 links on Google. See these sites to find out if you can include your company on them. Are you able to repair a broken links in their content? Are you ready to provide stats or knowledge to make their content more useful? Or, can you give them a promotional product for incorporation as a trade? If you discover an inventive way back to your own website, that will bring huge traffic. This is a viable tactic for those with a small budget and just beginning.
Social Media Strategist Flynn Zaiger, Optimists in Washington , D.C.
2. Find offline advertising events
“For a small bakery, an instance would be this. They should give cupcakes to the frontline staff and submit their media outlets a press statement. Businesses can also find and send samples to local influencers. It will increase brand awareness by linking to local audiences and lead to increased traffic to their website.
Windhill Design LLC, Link Moser
3. Use social media
“Be involved on all social media sites and include your website links on your posts. Also, ensure your website is mobile friendly. Customers don’t want to use a website they can’t access quickly on their mobile phones.
Norhanie Pangulima, Content Ambassador, Hernorm.
4. Pin pictures on Pinterest
“Pinterest is now more than a social media site and nowadays is being used as a search engine. Begin pinning photos that are connected to your Pinterest that are linked to your site in order to get more people to access them and tap on your links.
Owner and designer, Jessica Rhoades, Create IT web designs
5. Be Active on Quora
“Quora is a site for questions and answers where people ask questions and expect experts to respond. Find related business issues and link it to any of your content. Please include your site in your comments. It is a fantastic way to offer information to the public and boost traffic with over 300 million monthly engaged users.
Founder, Shari Smith, Shari-Sells
6. Add videos to your posts an articles on your website
“The utilization of subtitled videos on the site is a perfect way to improve SEO since users are likely to be drawn to watch them. Google sees people spending time on your website, Google reads the transcription for keywords and if you are integrated from YouTube, you can also boost your video views or channel subscriptions. If handled right, it’s all a win-win game.
Monica Dema, Global Content President, MDINC
7. Appear on other social media platforms, websites, and podcasts as a guest
“Taking part in forums, YouTube videos or other types of social networking as a guest is a perfect way of making your own brand more legitimate, increasing your reach and gaining interest. Further traffic comes to the website from a wider audience.
Email Analytics CEO Jayson DeMers
8. Test trendjacking Seek the theme.
“Trendjacking is a technique, as the name implies, in which you use a theme subject to enhance the contents. And always it doesn’t needs to be written content. Take full advantage of showcase the popular topics by adding videos, podcasts and other different content.
Shayan Fatani, Digital Marketing Strategist, PureVPN
9. Figure out what people say about your rivals
“One of the strategies that we use is being mentioned on weblogs and social media channels of other people to obtain traffic to your website. You should also realise which blog posts your competitors have published and also what relevant information they have provided. You will see a list of sites that have wrote an article about your rivals by searching for ‘intitle: [competitor name] review’ on Google. Notice all these, use a resource such as Hunter.io to identify your email address and send you an email with a hook about why your website is relevant for your readers.
Andy Cabasso, Postaga co-founder
10. Discover your keyword golden ratio
“This approach encompasses low-volume targeting (under 250), long-tail keywords and very few ‘alintitle’ search results on google. By looking for the ‘allintitle: YOUR KEYWORD’ and checking for how many results you will get, you will search for the same long-tail keyword into Google. If you publish an article or blog post directly on that keyword and include the complete long-tail keyword in your description, you’ll be able to rank quite easily, maybe even within the first and second page just in a few hours. The best part about this method is that you just need to incorporate it in a few articles for Google to start ranking your webpages. It kicks off organic traffic and gets you out of the fearful sandbox.
Blake Dan, Content Creator and Founder, GrillSimply