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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TheGamer, Jul 16, 2015.

  1. TheGamer

    TheGamer Regular Member

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    Hi there

    I am looking at a website that despite the fact that it has a strong social network presence (17K fans on FB and high numbers on Ig/Tw as well, half of them from England) only gets maximum of 20-30 users per day. I think it is extremely low. The website deals with mainly Asian clothing in UK and generally USA and Western Europe.

    What can I do to build some relevant traffic for this website?

    Thanks.
     
  2. johnny westen

    johnny westen Newbie

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    to make a website as such successful, social media alone is not going to do it, social media presence has advantages but it is not really buyers traffic.

    you can use niche forum marketing, niche guest blogging, video marketing and SEO, these would be the ones i would focus on first
     
  3. TheGamer

    TheGamer Regular Member

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    Niche forum posting is almost impossible these days. Most forums dont allow you to post any link until you have had at least 10 posts, some even have a limit of 50!

    My domain doesn't have a lot of guest blogging options unfortunately. Video marketing is the only thing I am thinking of but just like FB/IG/TW YT fan base takes a long time to build!

    I read about people getting thousands of visitors per day on the website. I can't believe how this is actually possible!?
     
  4. soulcollector

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    They built up SEO, they advertise with Adwords or Facebook ads, and they continue to build up social media presence. What reach is on your fan page, because the number of visitors seems normal for a average 1~3% reach. Not everyone who is a fan will see your posts (unless you pay). Not everyone who engages your post will click your link (which is around 3~10% depending on certain factors). So think of it like this: 17k fans, 340 engagments, and 10 visits per engagements. So on your 17k fan page you have a decent engagement and reach ratio. Now for conversions you are aiming for 3% for affiliate, 10% for products or services sold, 2% on clicks for ads. With it being as a example of 10 visitors you are looking at 1~3 sales per day IF the visitors are consecutively new and engaged. Since this is not the case you are prolly looking at 10~15 sales per month (if the niche is let's say makeup). This is why people say scale, and I say you want to build up your list, pump it full of quality products, then sit back on residual income from loyal buyers. This is also why CPA or PPD doesn't work long term, it sucks to offer people low quality products as they quit buying rather quickly.