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1. Optimize your website to be search-engine friendly. Submit it to various search engines and directories. In addition to major search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Ask, Bing and MSN, it's worth submitting to lesser known web directories.

2. Make sure your title, description head, and header html tags accurately convey the subject of your site; search engine algorithms use these as keywords to categorize your site and direct relevant traffic.

3. Create a links page that will contain the links to other non-competing websites in the same industry.

4. Post in forums. Visit the online discussion forums where people in your target market like to gather. Post useful responses to people's questions, and include a link to your website at the end of your post next to your name.

5. Comment on blogs. Visit other people's blogs on the topic related to your website. Most blogs allow you to add comments about the issues being discussed.

6. Look into traffic exchanges. There are many types of traffic exchanges but the idea is the same - you team up with other webmasters, and they send you traffic in exchange for you sending them traffic.

7. Write articles on the topic related to your website, and include a link to your site in your author bio.

8. Use accurate keywords for your content.

Website traffic can be increased by various on page and off page activities. Various link building techniques such as guest posting, article submission, social bookmarks and classified ads help to generate good traffic. Social media optimization also helps to generate good traffic.

Start it up by optimizing your onsite web page. Produce quality and engaging content in order to build credibility. Promote it through social media since a lot of users are fan of using the said website. You can also do link building.

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Target Long-Tail Keywords

Got your high commercial intent keyword bases covered? Then it’s time to target long-tail keywords, too. Long-tail keywords account for a majority of web searches, meaning that if you’re not targeting them as part of your paid search or SEO efforts, you’re missing out.

Include Internal Links in Your Blog Posts

Every blog post you publish should include links to other relevant posts on your website. This tactic improves your SEO and help making your content more likely to get discovered on Google.
Linking to relevant content also makes it easier for your visitors to find more content of yours that they might enjoy, eventually, pushing them down the sales funnel.

Answer Questions

Q&A websites like Quora are great sources of targeted traffic. Target niche category and clients, answer their query. It automatically makes a good user base and if users get proper answer of their query it bring relevant user to your site.

Use your Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Social networks are also a way to get traffic for free. If you are popular on networks, such as Twitter or Facebook, the traffic you get from there can easily surpass the traffic from Google and the other search engines. It is true that building a large network of targeted followers on Twitter and supporters on Facebook takes a lot of time and effort but generally the result is worth.


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