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4 Ways To Get More Site Traffic - Finnegan Pierson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

4 Ways To Get More Site Traffic

Websites have become critical marketing tools for most businesses and organizations. However, the usefulness of your site is directly correlated to how much traffic your site gets. A site that hardly anyone visits is not a very effective tool. Consider trying these four ways you can drive more traffic to your site. 

  1. Create a Google My Business Listing

Local results on Google search are an important tool for driving traffic to businesses. Google allows you to create a free business profile that you can update with your address, phone number, business hours, photos, special offers, promotions and other information. This information will be visible to customers who are searching for the products or services you offer in Google search and Google maps. Your listing will include a link to your site, as well as all your visit in-person information, so it can help drive both traffic to your site and customers to your physical location. 

  1. Write About Topics People Are Searching For

Search engines drive the majority of traffic to most people's websites. For your business's page to show up in search results, you need to write about topics that people are searching for. There are many tools you can use to see what topics are being searched on the most. Choose popular keywords that are relevant to your business. It will not do you much good to rank well for a keyword that has nothing to do with your business because visitors will likely leave your site if it isn't obvious how your site meets their needs. Try to choose the relevant keywords that have the least amount of competition to focus on. It will be easier for your site to make it to the top of the search rankings if you are focusing on keywords that a lot of other sites are not also focusing on.

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  1. Write Guest Posts

Writing guests posts on popular sites that have readers who may be interested in your products or services can be a good way to drive traffic to your site. Because many readers may not make it to the bottom of the post or read any information about the author of the post, it is best not to rely solely on a link to your site at the end of your post to drive traffic. Instead, consider including links to useful resources throughout your post and make one of those links a link to your site. Avoid putting too many links to your content, because that can make your post look spammy. Instead, make your post useful to the reader and provide them links to both your site and to other helpful resources. It can be helpful to build an outreach campaign designed to create a network of relevant, quality sites that you can regularly contribute guests posts to. 

  1. Link Building

One of the factors in how well your site ranks in search engines is how many other sites link to your content. There are multiple approaches that you can take to link building.  The first thing you will want to do is make sure your site has lots of high-quality content that people will want to link to. Make your site a useful resource and people will naturally begin linking to it. 

However, even with high-quality content, it can take some time for natural link building to work. You can accelerate the process by linking to your content in guest posts or soliciting other site owners to write relevant content that links to your page. You will need to use this approach judiciously. Google penalizes sites it feels are trying to game the system by purchasing links in "link farms" or paying sites with poor reputations to host their content. 

Increasing traffic to your website takes some time and effort, but in the long run, it is worthwhile. These four techniques can help you build your traffic. 

Publish Date: April 14, 2020 10:07 PM

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