First Niche Site..Traffic??

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by ragez, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. ragez

    ragez Registered Member

    Aug 11, 2009
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    IM In Training
    Goal $68 A Day
    Hello guys i finally made my niche site..its an auto all i need is traffic can someone throw some ideas at me on how to get traffic please...this is my real first attempt at making some money with adsense so go easy on me!!

  2. BigBadWolff

    BigBadWolff Regular Member

    May 8, 2009
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    I would recommend using some videos on youtube to drive traffic, its a the best way. Find out what TV reality tv shows are playing or just coming out be one of the first to plug a new edpisode, then you will get tons of traffic to your video right away, then post your autoblog link in your description. This is a secret most will never tell you, Enjoy!

    And I gave you a rep point for been honest.
  3. Damien15

    Damien15 Junior Member

    Apr 1, 2008
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    Bishop of death
    Beyond hell
    First of all, congratulations on taking action! :tee:

    First thing that came to my mind when i saw your site was Yahoo Answers.
    Create a few accounts, post questions, post answers, rate your answer as being the best, rinse & repeat (maybe even outsource).
    Key to success for you would be long-tail keywords, optimize on-/off-page SEO for some good keywords, and get as many backlinks with the keword as anchor text.

    Then there's article marketing: if you can get someone to write you a few good articles about tvs and mix some keywords in (a products name for example),
    you could get a steady steam of visitors that will most likely click one of the ads (just make sure to place them well and not use too many).

    Also, I would like to add, that you might want to place less articles on the front page, to avoid making it too long.
    And if I were you i'd also place ads on the right panel of the side, as well as one at the top of the page (right before content), and one in between the content.
    Just make sure it doesn't look misplaced to avoid banner blindness. Also, as soon as you start getting decent traffic,
    you should check your statistics (click-tracker, heatmap, etc.) to find out what works and what doesnt :)
    If you manage to get quality traffic, replace the adsense ads with banners of your own, leading to products/offers that your audience is interested in.

    Best of luck - and keep us posted! ;)
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2009