Everyone who has a website needs a program to drive traffic to it. If no one ever sees your website, it might as well not exist. The following internet marketing system steps provide a systematic blueprint on how you can drive traffic to your website in as little as 24 hours. All of the techniques listed are free.
After your article has been approved, you still got to spread the word! What you need to do is look up your article and copy the URL of it. This is what you see in your browsers Google Indexing service address bar.
Fortunately, there is another way to submit your site to Google to make your pages more visible in this search engine. You send it a map of every page of your site, called a sitemap.
If you search online, there are a vast number of services available to aid with submitting your website. There are some that offers submission to hundreds of search engines for a fee. However, these are scams as there is no such amount of search engines exists. You will only need to submit your website to major search engines particularly the Google, Yahoo, MSN, AOL and Teoma. You can also submit your website to directories as search engines will pick up URLs from directories. Another way is to get links from quality websites with high rank in search engines.
Remember my article of getting some free contents to fill up your blog? There are sites that provide free articles and let you to republish in your blog. This time, instead of using those articles, why don’t you Google Indexing service your own articles to it? Just remember to submit the article with your resource box in it(usually placed in the end of the article). The resource box will include some information of you and most important, the URL of your blog. Next time, when Google crawls it, it will notice your blog’s link in the resource box.
Step 9 – AVOID LINK FARMS AND LINK EXCHANGES – Reputation on the web is more important than ever. Again, just like friendships in high school, it’s better to have fewer higher-quality links to your site than hundreds of off-point, non-relevant links that do nothing to enhance the overall experience of the online community. Stay away, far away, from companies promising you hundreds of links to your site overnight. At best you don’t need the links, and at worst, you could be banned by the major search engines altogether.
Press releases are great for getting a buttload of backlinks in a short amount of time. This is very beneficial when a site first gets published. These backlinks will help bring future traffic and it makes sure those bots are coming. With a well written press release and a quality starter site, you could instantly see traffic rolling in. That is an unlikely scenario because it highly depends on the topic you are covering, but I’ve seen it happen. Buzz worthy content makes great press releases…