Secrets to Free Web-site Traffic

Written by John Baker

Secrets to Free Web-site Traffic By John Baker

You have just uploaded your web-site and it looks great! You feel good about it and you're ready to make some money! There's only one problem, you need some Customers, or Traffic! There are a few ways to do this, that are free, but will take some time and work.

First you will need to set-up some link pages on you web-site. Then you will need to exchange links with other web-sites that are related to yours. For example, if you have a home business you can visit Google and type in "home business". Google will then give you a few million related sites that you can start with. You will then visit these sites exchanging links. Most sites will have a "link to us" or "Add URL" page. You will click that link and followrepparttar instructions to submit a link back to your web-site. It is good to start with at least a hundred links or more, (no more than 50 links a page). Exchange links withrepparttar 116986 first and second pages only, then you will want to type in maybe, "work from home", "best business ideas", "home careers", "computer jobs", etc. Repeat this procedure until you have enough. Sites onrepparttar 116987 first two pages ofrepparttar 116988 Google search will haverepparttar 116989 most traffic, which will increase yours.

The next thing you will want to do is write an article. Writing articles is a great way to market your web-site and increase your traffic. Write a simple article relating to your web-site topic, if you need some help, visit Google and type inrepparttar 116990 subject your looking for. Atrepparttar 116991 end of your article you will create an author bio or resource box. In it include a brief description of you and your web-site and your web-site URL.This allows everyone who reads your article to learn more about you and your business. Now you will start submitting your article to many article directories by visiting Google and search for "article directories". By doing this your article will be posted all overrepparttar 116992 world for people to read, thus creating more traffic for your site.

21 Hot Niche Minisite Profit Ideas

Written by Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian


How To Use The Power Of HOT 'In-Demand' Niches To INSTANTLY Get More New Business Than You Can Handle!

Everyone's talking about profiting from "Niche Marketing" - but no one's telling you exactly HOW to do it! Now you'll discover how to taprepparttar incredible wealth lying hidden in hot, in-demand niches - in 21 different ways.


When you build a website around a niche - a 'niche minisite' - you'll attract a very specific audience to it. Advertisers and marketers will pay a premium to place their ads in front of this viewership if it is targeted to their needs. Selling ad space - at much higher price than generic run-of-the-mill ad space - is a proven strategy to profit from niches.


Pay-per-Click (or PPC) ads are ones where you,repparttar 116985 niche minisite owner, get paid whenever anyone clicks on them. By placing targeted PPC ads on your niche website, you'll find it easy to get enough clicks from visitors to make a tidy profit. Two new services make it easy for you to get started:

* Google Adsense -

* SearchFeed -

Idea #3 - SELL BOOKS, CDs & DVDs

The Web is an information-centric medium. People reach your niche minisite in 'research mode'. And by directing them to resources offering more information, you can sell them many different products. Books, CDs, DVDs and videos are just some ofrepparttar 116986 many information products you can sell to visitors - and earn a profit.


If you build a niche minisite around a visually appealing theme, you could offer extra value to your visitors by providing links to places they can buy pictures or posters. Niche marketing attracts passionately enthusiastic prospects who want all they can find on a particular topic. Give it to them - and you've built a very lucrative business!

A great resource to find posters and pictures on a variety of topics is


You've heard it before - "The Power Is In Your LIST".

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