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Increasing Traffic To Your Website With SEO
Oh No! Not another Article On Traffic
I know I feel the same way. I have certainly read my fair share of articles on how to increase traffic to my website or blog for that matter. I feel like throwing in the towel on ever making any money with my blog. The reason being That Traffic Thing.
There are a ton of things I have to do in order to get a traffic jam to my site. Uhmm, Let me see,
- Great content is the top of the list. Break this down to:
- length of article
- no plagerism
I think you know the drill.
- Awesome, Bodacious Title with at least 4 to 7 words. The reason for that is your title is your first keyword. it can not be to short or to long. If the google bots have forgotten to put their contacts in and can’t see your title you will be looked over.
- Description of Your Blog or Website.
- You know when you put a search into google and it takes you to page 1. You find what you are looking for by this description.
I have a very short post on Paid Traffic. I have been surfing and clicking on 4 paid traffic websites and have had it up to here. First of all I refuse to pay for traffic. There are enough free ways of getting free traffic on the internet. So I was clicking and surfing on these sites in order to get traffic. They of course are making it extra hard for you to make their quota as they want you to pay for the traffic they are providing.
One website has what they call Banner Ad Packs starting at $5.00 for 100 Website Credits and 2 PPC Banner clicks to $50 for 1000 Website Credits and 20 PPC Banner Clicks.
I registered with this site in October 2016 and as of today I have made a grand total of 0.02 cents as a free member. What they want you to do is surf other members ads so your ad is shown to members. HEY, you can do the same thing on Free Traffic websites. I do not know where the paid traffic is coming from.