Reaching out to New Clients

March 5th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Increasing Traffic, Inspiration, Various

As a designer, getting those clients can be a true challenge. Here we’ll have a look at ten ways to get some new clients to your business. There are traditional ways and there are nontraditional ways to get it done. Either way is good as long as you’re actually getting some results.

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The Path to Succesful Blogging in 12 Easy Steps

May 17th, 2010 | 4 Comments | Posted in Increasing Traffic, Various

You will quickly see that the competition to get readers to your blog can be a hard nut to crack. No matter what topics you chose to write about, you will see that the list of competing websites are many. Here are a list of twelve tips that can help you getting more readers, and maybe in the end even make money from your blogging.

1. Choose your niche

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Choosing what your blog will be about is the first thing you should do. It’s important to not choose too many topics to cover, at least to begin with. Visitors have to be able to know what they get and you need guidelines for yourself to stay within. If you write too much outside of what the website is supposed to be covering, you will get no readers or the wrong crowd.

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Guide to Buying Traffic

August 14th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Increasing Traffic

While many niches depend on PPC search traffic, there’s a wide group of sites that benifit from bought traffic from individual sites. Often times you can get very high quality traffic that converts very well from niches that tend to deal in a more direct site to site type traffic deal, rather than 3rd party ad networks.

This guide is mostly to be used when buying traffic from forums, from individual websites, and from “plug” type packages, yet there are many things that transfer over to more traditional PPC outlets. Without further ado, on to the guide:

1. Know what they are sending. Get 3rd party tracking software and use it. I use LinkFacts.com. I’m sure there’s TONS more. The great thing is, this tracks in real time and tracks BEFORE ANYTHING LOADS… It also tells me uniques vs. raw and countries that traffic is from.

I use this to track links FROM my sites for most larger campaigns (mostly just to check my system numbers and give a 3rd party view of what happened if there’s problems). Often times you will find that it’s not the traffic, rather it’s the way you track it. Continue reading “Guide to Buying Traffic” »

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Make Your Content Work for You: Creating and Promoting Viral Content

August 13th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Increasing Traffic

Viral Content: The only kind of virus people actively seek. Google’s paying millions for it, making a huge purchase of the king of viral content, YouTube over the past few years. And if Google sees viral content as the wave of the future, who am I to disagree. If you haven’t heard the term “Viral Content” you have at least been exposed to the idea… Creating content that spreads rapidly around the internet through word of… mouse.

With the cost of quality traffic rising and reaching and maintaining top search engine position becoming more and more difficult as EVERYONE is moving to the net, viral content blows up one of the most spouted off cliche of all time… “NOTHING IS FREE”. The exposure and added traffic that an amazing piece of content can generate is free. That’s the beauty… with a truly viral piece of content, everyone else does your promotion for you, letting you sit back and enjoy the ride. Continue reading “Make Your Content Work for You: Creating and Promoting Viral Content” »

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