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Getting Traffic question.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by TheRallymethod, Oct 22, 2013.

  1. TheRallymethod

    TheRallymethod Junior Member

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    So, when it comes to getting traffic to your niche... is it basically all about promoting from other platforms such as; twitter, facebook, email blasts etc. Please excuse this question if it is naïve. But I just want to know which route to take to begin driving traffic to my niche. My niche is about traveling; haven't started on it yet, but I do have a super unique domain. But I was just sitting here trying to do some planning.
     
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    traffic means a lot to me: Quality, Content, on page inspiration,updated, interacting - yes you do,Keywords,Google...... Marketing/Branding and a lot hard work input
    I would wait with FB, till you have been around a bit, learn your way up - get visitors/traffic, after that make a fan page on FB.
    traveling niche could be good - I should have done that, since I m working and living since 10 years internationally.
     
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  3. TheRallymethod

    TheRallymethod Junior Member

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    Yes. It is a great niche. And thanks for the input
     
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    Look for some easy to rank keywords
    Set up some web20 and linkback to your main site
    then gradualy build backlinks
    Takes time but once you start ranking for low competition
    you can gradually go after harder ones
     
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    when its matter of keyword know which group of audience you target.. some will have effect on local views and some other on global views..
     
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    TheRallymethod,

    There are two things you need to consider when you think of "driving traffic to your website".
    1. What's in your website that's worth the time of your visitors?
    2. What methods or approaches do you have to drive traffic to your website?

    Let me justify each.

    First, you want to drive traffic to your site because you have convinced yourself that there's a gem on your website. If someone visits your site, that person should feel that it's his lost if he doesn't bookmark or subscribe to your website. Once your content can emotionally drive the visitor to feel that way, then, by all means, you may go ahead with your methods on how to drive traffic to your site.

    Second, assuming that the first requirement mentioned above has been satisfied/fulfilled, you may apply any of these methods so you can attract targeted traffic. Oh yes, you need targeted traffic and not just any kind of traffic.
    - forum posting
    - blog commenting
    - YouTube commenting
    - Twitter commenting

    I don't want to go in detail about these four as I don't want to be perceived as someone who's marketing his services outside the MarketPlace's room. Just Google these and you'll surely can come up with your own "home-cooked" approach.

    I hope that helps.
     
  7. MadStacks

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    Yes. You need to direct people interested in your niche to your webpage or blog and the only way to do that is through seo and
    advertising or doing the foot work and using social networking/forums.