How to promote a website – In this article, I will tell you 3 methods that help you to promote your website on Google and other search engines. These Methods Are:-
How To Promote a Website
YouTube is a phenomenal resource for those wishing to promote their website or offers. Go to the site and find videos within your market that are trending upwards. The way to find these is to search for your main keywords (like ‘Bodybuilding’ if that’s what your site deals with) and then go to each video on the search results.
First, see if they have a link in their video description. If they do, move on. If they don’t, click on the statistics button next to the number of views the video has had (below). This will reveal the stats for the video in question.
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To promote a website
If the stats show a rise in views like the one above, then contact the person who uploaded the video and asks them if you can put your link in their video description for a few dollars. When they reply, offer them $20 – $30 to place the link there. You may have to barter a little, but if the video is getting tens of thousands of views per month, then it’s worth paying a little more.
I tend to approach videos with at least 25,000 views already but have even got my links on videos with hundreds of thousands of views and rising.
The key is to make sure the video is rising in views consistently and doesn’t show any signs of that stopping.
The traditional way of promoting yourself via YouTube says that you should create amazing content and keep uploading your videos. This is fine and will bring in a few visitors to your sites (especially if you add a link in the video descriptions) but chances are, your content isn’t what will get the large amounts of views (unless you’re a celebrity in your niche, in which case, go for it!).
That’s no reflection on you. You just need to realize what’s popular and piggyback on what the market wants and where the market already is. Do this consistently and you’ll see the traffic rising. You may well have to spend several hundred dollars getting links, but the permanent traffic will be worth it.
Incidentally, this method also works on other video sites/channels like Viddler, Vimeo,123movies download and Multiply.
Facebook is another place where there are already people talking about what they want. So go there and give it to them.
Find a hungry market of buyers (like golf nuts or bodybuilding freaks) and build fan pages for all kinds of parts of that market. For example, in the bodybuilding world, there may be famous bodybuilders who you can build pages for and invite people to become fans.
Use Facebook Ads to promote the page and build it up, then promote your website and/or offer to these new fans. Each time you post a link on the wall, it will go to all the fans of that page. able to send very targeted traffic to your site from the targeted fan page.
Also, it is advisable to use this traffic to build a mailing list. Before you start driving traffic using FB ads, you need to add an opt-in page tab to each of your fan pages. This is a separate tutorial so I’ll create a video for you and post it later this week. For the moment, use Facebook as above and watch your traffic rise.
3. Established Mailing Lists
Customers for your business, you’re losing out on a massive amount of leverage and potential earnings from a website like standalive.
The way to do it is to give something of value away for free in exchange for the person’s e-mail address and first name which can then be added to an autoresponder account. You can get tutorials and sign up for a $1 trial of the software to do that at Aweber.com.
Once you have your opt-in form set up (as shown on the Aweber site), you can send traffic to it. How?
4. Solo Ads
You can get people with already established mailing lists to mail out for you. You pay them a fee, ensure that they have the size and niche of the list that you want (ask for proof) and in return, they mail out for you. You can send them the e-mail copy that will help them to promote your site and the ability to sign up for your great gift. They send it to their list and you start to get people from their list signing up for your list. That’s a solo ad in a nutshell.
The larger the mailing list you build, the more targeted traffic you have the potential to drive to your site regularly, as you can simply e-mail those people who expressed an interest in your site (because they signed up), letting them know of the latest blog post or offer you have. So it makes sense to do several of these solo ads on a semi-regular basis to keep building your list.
To find people with lists that can mail for you, look on forums in your market and also look out for big names in your market who have an opt-in form on their website. An opt-in form means a list, so you can contact them and ask how large the list is and if they would accept to do a paid solo ad for you.
So, with those methods in mind, where else can you go online where there’s already a stream of people looking for information and offers like yours? How can you intercept that traffic in a similar way to the above 3 methods?
Well as any questions you might have about the methods I’ve talked about. Thanks for reading this post. Now go and start learning and implementing the methods described above!
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