How To Use Writing And Backlinks To Drive Traffic To Your Website

How To Use Writing And Backlinks To Drive Traffic To Your Website

If you have writing skills, you have a goldmine. Don't waste it. Use it to promote your blog.


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Writers are currently earning money writing articles. Just take a look at medium.com and you'll see what I mean. Web owners in turn, use them for web content and for products, or services promotions. 

Well-written articles optimized for search engines can potentially help boost your site's ranking and performance on the search engines. As you know, the higher your page ranks, the higher the probability that surfers will check your site and look for that thing they want to see. And this is good old-fasihned free and organic traffic generation.

Every new visitor you have is a gem. So if you think you can't write, start brushing up on past grammar lessons and some creative writing skills. 

But it doesn't end there. You might be wondering how you can improve traffic to your site after all the necessary contents have been loaded. Of course, there's something else you can do.  

How Link Building Can Drive Traffic to Your Site

In the world of Internet marketing, your URL is your identity. You may have the silliest website on the planet, or the most attractive one; you might have the best content for your research or the worst material, or the most useless text; you might have the best graphics and animation, or you might have the worst downloadable software. In any case, if your URL (your link) is out there, it can make you famous.

The process of placing your link nearly everywhere, is link building, and link building, when done prudently, can earn you your place in the digital marketing world. All you need to do is know yourself well, and know your market perfectly. And although all this sounds very simple, it can actually be a long process that can cost you a lot of money.

First, know yourself. Are you an up and coming company that is filled with verve and vibe, or a classic company that thrives on elegance? Know, moreover, what you want to become. Do you want to spread your wings out and cater to a great number of clients, or do you want to narrow your market and cater only to a few people? All of these will spell out what kind of link building strategies you will carry out: young people frequent a certain kind of website, while the not-so-young will rely more on email and other things that can be read offline.

Second, know your market. If you are catering to the young, you will need different strategies versus when you are catering to the not so young. There are certain colors, styles, and words that you need to use, and there are certain products and services that you can attach yourself to. Moreover, because putting your URL on certain sites, products, services, and other marketing marquees can cost money, you cannot simply employ a shotgun method and place your URL everywhere. Remember, sometimes ubiquity translates into hard sell, and you can also turn off customers if you employ link building without prudence.

These are only a few tips that you might want to follow as you engage in link building and basic traffic generation. There are still many other ways that you can carry it out, but the important thing to remember is that you should cater to your market. You need to also know yourself well, because the efforts that you take on today’s marketing field will still resonate years and years from now. 

If you meet market needs and tastes, moreover, then you have a better chance to succeed online.

Never Give Up!

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