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Help: fastest way to 1,000 visits per day?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sonotony, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. sonotony

    sonotony Newbie

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    What is the fastest way to consistently get 1,000+ hits per day to my properties on auto-pilot? Here's the deal. I'm trying to get a book published and need to convice the publisher that I have a "following" by showing that people care about what I have to say. I don't need to convert people, or sell anything, but I do need real people visiting me. I eventually need to gather real subscribers of some kind or an email list. These people can come from Facebook page visits, youtube views, blog/website visits or a combination of all of them.

    The big thing is that it eventually has to look natural and organic and be real people visiting.

    Ideas?
     
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    frazgta Power Member

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    I wouldn't got for organic traffic here. It could take AGES. I would mostly focus on Youtube and other video sharing sites.

    Social networking sites Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram etc. would be pretty fast.

    You could buy traffic but it wouldn't exactly look natural.
     
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  3. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    Anything over 25,000 a month of proper traffic (unique visits - human not bots) is the goldmine many are after.
    Your question is really a little bit too open.
    The subtext is "How do I do SEO for IM" because traffic generation to the point where you are attracting 25,000 or more GOOD visitors a month is what just about everyone here is aiming for.
    I say 25,000 because with the guys I have mentored in the past, and my sites, that's the point where - if you've monetized ok, are in a commercial niche and have a decent site, 25,000 uniques a month SHOULD bring you a living wage $5,000 pcm

    Whether that is 100 sites all giving you 250 visitors a month with adsense, or one quite large site bringing in 25,000 - it seems to amount to roughly the same thing.

    So the question you need answering is "how do I get a load of decent traffic to my site" and the answer is... well just about 75% of the stuff on this forum. Dozens of different ways. Raw SEO, social media, Video marketing, email scraping/spamming, twitter automation, facebook, youtube video creation and promotion.. a mix of some /all or others of these.

    Don't know if any two people on this forum do stuff the exact same way.

    Decide what you are good at. visual stuff? writing? micro blogging (twitter - tweets) , and pick a method that suits your skill set.
    Work out a system and do it by hand for at least a few weeks.
    Then - once it's proved - automate it - rinse and repeat (or add).

    Scritty
     
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  4. cheynan

    cheynan Newbie

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    Try youtube videos and twitter! This works great, create fan pages and stuff like that
     
  5. sonotony

    sonotony Newbie

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    Thanks Scritty. Good advice! I was thinking that it may be easier to do if I'm not trying to monetize anything. My idea was to go for keywords that nobody cares about (at least in the IM world) because they are worthless from a monetization perspective.

    Does anyone have a perspective on whether it is better to have 100 properties that get 10 visits per day or one that gets 1000 per day? I'm pretty decent at making/editing simple videos and I have about 50,000 Twitter followers, so I'm pretty comfortable with the social media stuff. Twitter isn't was it used to be for me. Previously, I could get 50-100 people to click on every link I tweeted. Now, I'm lucky if 2 or 3 click.

    I'm considering setting it up so that my Facebook page sends people to my blog that sends them to my YouTube video. That way I can count each visitor three times. I haven't worked it all out yet, but I was curious to see if anyone has done anything like this.
     
  6. masterjani

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    You can create properties in chunk basis and try to get some visitors around 50 that will be easier to manage. Even if few are down most of the properties still providing the same amount of visitors.
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    The result is almost exactly the same if you monetize the same.
    Risk mitigation is a factor - however risk comes in various forms.

    You could say "only having one site" is a risk
    You could say "Only having one form of monetization is a risk" (adsense sites have little other use if Google pulls the plug on you - something they are notorious for doing)

    Mddle of the road is 2/3/4 sites in different niches selling very different products using different methods, affiliate companies and payment methods.
    If you know a few products REALLY well, and they are a broad base - then one big site can pull in a fortune given enough time.

    I know someone who posts Chess tips and twitter commentary from major chess championships as well as writing some editorial now and then. His 14 year old site pays for EVERYTHING - his home, his car, 2 kids thorugh college, and allows him to live in a pretty good style and travel the world to chamionships - all paid for by the monetization on his site.

    He's never made a single link, and had no idea it would make money. He knows nothing about SEO.
    I monetized his site for the first time in 2001 by making deals with board and piece manufaturers and he made less than $100 month one. He now he sells electronic chess games and even sells affilaite travel to worldwide tournaments - I don't know what he made in 2011, he does all his site stuff himself now - but in 2010 this site made him well over $250,000 net.

    On the other hand I know guys with 500 MFA sites making $1 a day per site average.

    No right or wrong - just right or wrong for you.

    And don't let anyone tell you it isn't hard work along the way -or that a "6 click money fountain" is just a $47 buck spend on Clickbank away - all these guys have been in the business 5 years plus, and most have some very bad stories to tell of their first year or two.

    In fact that's the sinlge biggest thing in IM and SEO...stick at it. Those making the money have been around years (mostly) many many more have quit. Like waiting for a decent hand in poker, the best assets you can have is a nose for an opportunity and the patience to stick out the lean times.

    Scritty
     
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