Started a new website? But not getting visitors? Don’t worry. Here are some easy fool proof ways to get more traffic to your website. All the following methods are ethical. Just give them a try.
1. Optimise for search engines
This doesn’t mean that you have to find an agency for doing SEO. Optimising for search engine means you have to write better content for your website. Search engine’s algorithm are regularly optimised for providing the most suitable web page related to the user’s search keyword. You have to focus on quality content creation for your website rather than flooding it with images and videos.
2. Use Social Media
Social media is the most powerful media for attracting high-quality traffic to your website. Again, this doesn’t mean that you should spam facebook groups with your website link. If you do, you will get blacklisted. All you have to do is, create Facebook, twitter, linked accounts and start sharing different links, blog posts from your website. And try sharing the links on your personal profile as well. If the content is interesting, you will start getting visitors from social media.
3. Be active on Forums and Quora
Find the threads and questions related to your website’s content. If you have a blog article or a web page that can be added as a reference, quote them in your replies. You will also improve your page rank if you get link backs from quality websites.
4. Write guest posts for blogs in your industry
Most popular blogs allow guest posting. You can write articles related to your website. It will build your authority and thus you will get noticed and you will get more followers.
5. Use paid marketing
If you are selling something on your website, then you may try investing money for marketing. This is one of the foolproof ways to attract traffic. Start with Facebook boosting and Google AdWords.
One thing you should keep in mind that, to build a constant traffic source, it will take some time. You may not see results overnight. It will take at least 2 months before you get a constant flow of traffic.