Getting free viral traffic using automated visitor referral systems

Written by Benjamin Choi

Would you like to get unlimited viral traffic to your site, for free?

It sounds too good to be true, of course. Many companies will promise to do this for you. The catch - you have to put a banner ad, text link or popup on your page. This is not a good deal as it will increase your traffic by only 1% to 2% on each level. Furthermore, it involvesrepparttar hassle of an affiliate programme.

However, it is possible for you to get free viral traffic to your site usingrepparttar 134282 visitors you have. All you have to do is make it easy for them to tell their friends about your site. (Note that this tactic may not work if your site is a boring one and your visitors have no intention of telling their friends about your site.) Normally, it is too much trouble to shoot off an email. Therefore, if you want news of your site to spread rapidly by word of mouth, you must make it easy for your visitors to refer their friends to your site. The easiest way to do this is using a form. All they need to do is fill in their name, email, andrepparttar 134283 emails of a few friends, then hitrepparttar 134284 button. A quick email will be shot off to their friends with a link to your site. To have this kind of form, all you need is a HTML editor to makerepparttar 134285 form and a script to processrepparttar 134286 mailing.

The easy part is makingrepparttar 134287 form. However, having a script to processrepparttar 134288 mailing is far harder. This will definitely create plenty of problems for you, unless you find a free service which will providerepparttar 134289 mailing script. Also, it would be nice if that service could throw in a free form-building tool.

A Little Mistake That Is Costing Businesses Millions Of Dollars Per Year

Written by Paul E. Burke

========================================= A Little Mistake That Is Costing Businesses Millions Of Dollars Per Year =========================================

The majority of businesses operate in highly competitive markets. What a customer can buy at your business, they most likely can buy at 101 other businesses.

Perhaps an example will clearly illustrate this point. Do a search in any search engine for "As Seen On TV Products". You might be staggered byrepparttar numerous choices inrepparttar 134281 result set. Which one do you choose? At this point you might as well do "enie-meanie-minie- moe" and randomly click on a company.

Now let's suppose you sell "As Seen On TV" products and you'rerepparttar 134282 lucky company who gets this customer's business. They order a number of items (maybe Ron Popeil's Ronco Showtime Rotisserie -- you know,repparttar 134283 "set it and forget it" guy) and you ring up a nice sale for $100. You beat out your competitors, THIS TIME.

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Here's whererepparttar 134284 danger arises. What happens when this customer wants to purchase another "As Seen On TV product"? They go back to repparttar 134285 search engine, search for "As Seen On TV Products" and once again get overwhelmed byrepparttar 134286 massive result set. They do another "enie-meanie-minie-moe" but this time click on one of your COMPETITORS' web sites.

Guess what? You just gave away your customer to one of your competitors. This is analogous to accidentally doing a slam dunk in YOUR own basket in a game of basketball and givingrepparttar 134287 opposing team repparttar 134288 point! Your competitor -- orrepparttar 134289 other team -- can't help but to feel gratitude towards you for helping them out.

That's right. Every single day ofrepparttar 134290 week businesses are repeatedly "shooting themselves inrepparttar 134291 foot." Instead of you making another $100 on Ron Popeil's rotisserie, your competitor is enjoyingrepparttar 134292 fresh smell of that crisp new $100 bill. This is like committing a crime against your own business. At this rate you might as well walk out into your office parking lot and start burning your money.

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