Successful Traffic Generation Plan – Website traffic solution

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Today i will share that, How to make huge traffic for website and I will also share step by step guide for traffic generation (website traffic solution). It is a long method. So i will divided it with some part. Let’s start


First of all, One thing I quickly realized when I got started online was the fact I needed to generate quite a lot of traffic to my websites if I was to make any money online. In the early days I fell for the paid traffic scams that promised a huge amount of traffic for a small
investment! But None of those methods delivered any results, the ‘hits’ were probably
automated or from visitors that were so un-targeted that they would never bring any real

So I tried my hand at PPC (Pay Per Click) traffic, mostly Google AdWords, with that
comes a whole new level of stress, first of all you have to set up your campaign, have it
approved, bid for keywords, track results, etc. This was something I was never able to
turn into a profit as I was always having to pay over 50 cents per click for decent
keywords. So after losing a few thousand dollars and wasting hundreds of hours
researching and testing, I decided I wasn’t going to pay for my traffic.

Then I tried my hand at SEO. (Search Engine Optimization) Unfortunately, with the vast
amount of competition out there, there’s just no easy way to approach SEO. Plus I have
also heard horror stories of people spending years perfecting an SEO method that starts to
bring results, only to see the mighty Google change its algorithm and the traffic stops

You see, the problem with paid traffic and organic search engine traffic is it can
disappear overnight. If you remember the famous Google slap a few years ago that
basically put thousands of marketers out of business overnight by making PPC
keywords so expensive they couldn’t be bid on, you will know what I mean.

Then we’ve had the famous penguin and panda updates that have seen poor quality
websites disappear off the search results altogether. While this is not a bad thing if you
provide quality content, it did kill off thousands of businesses.

Thankfully I don’t have to worry too much about anything the mighty Google does, in
fact Google could close tomorrow and it would have very little impact on the amount of
traffic I receive. That’s because I have learned tons of traffic generation methods that
bring in thousands of visitors to my websites every single day and most of them don’t
involve Google, and it’s these methods that I want to share with you in this Post. In
fact, once you learn my proven techniques for traffic generation, you will be worlds
ahead of the web amateurs who want to buy their way to real success. (Someone I
used to be).


Once you finish this post, you will be capable of generating thousands of visitors per
day to your websites and you won’t owe anyone a cent!
Let’s get started..

You’ve Built It…But They Will Not Come!

Didn’t the old expression go, “If you build it…they will come?” Yes, so imagine how
disappointed website owners are when they spend thousands of dollars on a new
website (probably complete with flashy animation, cool artwork, tons of photos and a
great online store) and yet no one comes. It’s discouraging enough to kill a web
marketing campaign entirely.

However, it’s important to understand that building a website is merely ‘step one’.
Creating great content is ‘step two’, and then there all of the steps afterwards, and this
is what many website owners forget. Creating a website is just the first part of an
aggressive campaign of content development, community outreach and linkbuilding.

So, if you have created a website (perhaps even overseen its development for a few
years) and yet things are stalled as far as traffic, it’s time to re-evaluate your strategy.

Understanding the Role of the Website

One common misconception is that a website is like a brick and mortar store built right
in front of a crowded highway. Chances are, if you build a McDonald’s in front of an old
highway you’re going to get some decent foot traffic, because they all see the
development. However, a website’s development is practically invisible to the masses,
unless you happen to buy the ‘’ domain.

Instead, websites have to be ‘discovered’ and there are only a handful of ways to do this
for free. Furthermore, the website is not the catch-all solution that web hosting
companies and marketers make it out to be. A business website is just one avenue in a
complete set of business applications that can be used online.

In the coming chapters, we are going to discuss multiple traffic generation methods that
can be exploited, and all without you having to spend more than a couple of dollars.

How Websites Are Found by Search Engines

A refresher course on how websites are discovered may prove helpful as you start your
free traffic campaign. No website is instantly ‘Googleable’. Rather, a site’s content is
written and then you as the webmaster will ‘inform’ the major search engines that there
is new content to ‘crawl’ and then ‘index’. Based on each search engine’s unique
algorithm, your site will then be ranked and your Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs)
returned based upon keyword requests from users.

The question is: “How do you get the attention of search engines?”

When the Internet was young, the best way to do it was to simply submit your URL to a
search engine’s ‘Suggest’ page. However, times have changed and there are simply too
many sites and too many pages to take into consideration. Now, companies prefer that
you notify search crawlers by way of ‘pinging’ search engines when new content is
available. There is an automatic way to do this (which we will discuss a little later), as
well as a manual submission method involving visiting the site you want to be indexed
by, and submitting your sitemap document.

Keep in mind that just because a search engine has been ‘pinged’ does not mean
you’re going to get the royal treatment. While some popular sites and search-friendly
sites have the privilege of practically ‘live’ search results, less popular, new and rarely
updated sites will only be crawled and indexed on a periodic basis.

search engine

For that matter, if your optimization methods are poor, you may actually be listed, but
appear far down in the rankings that you might as well not be listed at all. This usually
happens when you disregard advice about proper “optimization” techniques.

For example:

· Each page should have a proper title
· Each page should contain meta tags and descriptions
· The domain should be keyword friendly
· The website should be updated on a regular basis

You also have to remember that some search engines customize their own SERPs.
Thus, while Yahoo is powered by Bing, results can vary. Yahoo definitely plays favorites
and favors websites that: (A) pay the Yahoo business listing fee, and (B) link to multiple
subdirectories within the Yahoo URL universe. Many search engines are powered by
Google, but actually individualize search results based on various algorithm ‘tweaks’,
and their own human editors’ judgments.

There are multiple factors a search engine application will consider when listing your
site for various domains and they can include everything from content-centric reasons,
to keyword usage, to local interests or even personal affronts—that’s right, you can
inadvertently annoy the search engines and they will penalize you!

Free Vs. Paid Traffic

Of course, this post is about free traffic generation, but just in case you’re second
guessing the decision to buy traffic outright, let’s just cover the basics.

Paid guaranteed traffic is 99% scam. Sure, there is a 1% variable in there somewhere,
however statistics show that if you force users to view your website (usually through
black-handed techniques like URL hijacking, malware installations, pop up ads and the
works), they are NOT going to be the least bit interested in what you have to offer.
Unfortunately, this is what most paid traffic sites give you.

You can also take the commercial traffic approach and blindly advertise your website
with local signage, TV/movie commercials, print publications, radio spots or even
banner ads on a major search engine. True, you will get guaranty views…but there is
no telling whether you will connect with your audience.

The best way to market your website is through text related content (or SEO, to
generalize a term), because this means targeted advertising. You only interact with
traffic that admits to being interested in your products or services. Statistically, this is a
no brainer. You are directly connecting with your best audience. All that matters now is
the presentation.

Building Your Traffic Generation Strategy

In the next chapter, we are going to discuss why Search Engine Optimization is the best
technique for web advertising. This will follow by a discussion of other online

Long before you start trying these techniques however, it is important to build an
effective traffic generation strategy. Consider it a sort of mini-business plan, focusing
exclusively on your online marketing methods. Without a traffic generation strategy you
will not really understand how effective your marketing is, nor will you be able to figure
out the ROI (Return On Investment) for all of your time spent.

Your basic need here is to create a comprehensive plan, and then track your success,
just as you would with an operational business plan. Based on the results you observe,
you will be able to determine your next course of action.

Truthfully, (and as we are going to emphasize in this post) the best way to approach
any marketing strategy is to work on as many traffic generation methods as
possible, rather than intensifying efforts in one area, a plan that could very well
backfire. (It’s the old, all your eggs in one basket analogy)

You want a complete web marketing plan that is going to establish your website through
diversified content development and link building.

link building

Ultimately, the Internet is only a collection of connected links. Within your site are a
number of internal pages that allow viewers and search robots to find all the pages
available. When your site links to another site via an external link, more connections are
made, making it easier for people to discover you through this large collection of links.
It’s basically a computerized version of the whole “friend of a friend of a friend” dynamic.

You want your company, indeed, your brand, to be all over the place—all over the
Internet! This is precisely what huge websites like Wal-Mart, NBC, Disney, Exxon-Mobile
and so on have. They spread themselves thick and they do it everywhere. So let’s
discuss how to do just that!

Steps to a Successful Traffic Generation Plan

Step 1: Develop a complete step-by-step strategy, based on the information we are
going to uncover in Chapter 2-6.
Step 2: Create a list of realistic goals, specific and based on your online progress. (i.e.
total number of links, PR rank, #1 for targeted keywords, total traffic, sales conversions,
leads, total sales, profit in sales, etc.)
Step 3: Create a means of tracking investment for time spent, any expenses you use,
and compare profit/loss to determine if you are generating cash flow.

Step 4: Install analytics software on your site; either through individually pasting code
into each page, or installing an application that analyzes your log files. Note trends and
discuss these with your leadership team. Most web hosts offer site analytics for free,
though Google also has its own
Step 5: When you are ready to begin the campaign, make changes to your site (based
on our upcoming recommendations) and notice positive trends that you can capitalize

If you do not read the old post, then read now. All part link of this post:

1. Successful Traffic Generation Plan – website traffic generation part 1

2. Seo Keyword and content optimization – website traffic generation part 2

3. Blog and Article Directory Marketing – website traffic generation part 3

4. Social Networking – website traffic generation part 4

5. Social media marketing – website traffic generation part 5

6. Email marketing – website traffic generation part 6

7. Creating Newsletters – website traffic generation part 7

8. video and audio content – website traffic generation part 8

9. Social Bookmarking – website traffic generation part 9

10. PPC Advertising – website traffic generation part 10