Increase Website Traffic and Gain Customers – Part 5
In the previous post, we started looking at Social Sites as a means to increase website traffic and gain customers. Remember, in all of these traffic methods we are focusing on your blog or website as the hub that we want to drive traffic to. And remember, too, that you must have something worth people’s while to look at once they get there – valuable content.
Facebook, although it may be the most popular, is only one of the social sites you can use. The same principles apply to many other social sites, such as: Continue reading →
Write your posts around the keywords you selected.
For example, when I searched Google for “SEO” I found the following: You can ignore the first three and the column on the right, since those are all paid ads. The next three are Wikipedia, SearchEngineLand and Moz – you should certainly be able to get the best keywords for SEO from those three! Continue reading →
.Track Visitors – Google Analytics and tracking IDs
How to Increase Traffic
If you have looked at how to increase traffic, you are probably familiar with the term SEO (Search Engine Optimization). But how do you implement effective SEO? Most of us write an article and then think about how to encourage the search engines to find it – would it surprise you to learn that is the wrong way to go about it? Continue reading →
The title says it all – increase web traffic and gain customers. If you have a web site and nobody looks at it, you’re just wasting your money. Unless you can increase your traffic, your web site is of no value.
I’m sure, like me, you were saddened to read of Robin Williams‘ demise this week. He brought so much to so many during his life, and will be sorely missed. You might choose to read Kim Castleberry‘s post about this tragedy here: meanwhile, here is a short ( 1 minute) tribute to his life -
Rusty and Trent Willmon, Ken Williams, Lizzie May Hager, Billie and me
Do You Like Contests?
Last weekend I joined in a a contest to set a new record for the world’s biggest float trip. We drove up to New Braunfels, TX, and joined Billie’s sons and their partners to participate in an event organized by Roger Creager. Apparently, the record was held by Minnesota with 251 tubes tied together for five minutes: We planned to bring it to Texas. Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I was offered a brief consulting assignment in the Middle East. Well, apart from a short visit to Beirut many years ago, I have never spent time in the Middle East. So, naturally, I was eager to enjoy the experience.
The interesting part, though, is a takeaway I brought back on communication problems. I have always believed myself to be a pretty good communicator: generally people understand what I’m saying, even though they might not agree with me. But then, I’m mostly dealing with people whose first language is English. Continue reading →
Purpose, Passion, and Profit – 6 Questions for You
With many options for vocations, how do we choose where to focus our efforts for creating viable sources of income? “Oh-look-something-shiny” seems to affect many of us, and each carrot dangled just out-of-reach looks juicier than the one we longed-for last week. What should we consider before jumping on still another “wonderful opportunity”?
Having been lured by a succession of chart presentations featuring dollar $igns and circles (with the top circle labeled “YOU”), most of us have been assured that we indeed can become Top Circle, collecting overrides on the other circles’ efforts. As new associates, we strive to understand the compensation plan, talk to strangers, attend multiple seminars, and keep in touch with our “upline” … So, why have we failed to build huge, sustainable organizations of living circles?