5 Quick Tips To Get Website Traffic Fast!

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Online, one of the most significant keys to success is getting website traffic. The more visitors you have, the better your sales and profits.

Presumably you have a niche and you know your keywords, and regularly conduct keyword research to stay on top of what’s popular. Based on those assumptions here are five quick and easy tips to get website traffic fast!

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Tip #1 Make sure you’re actually tagging your keywords.

Do you spend a lot of time optimizing your content and then neglect to tag them on your webpage? Tags are where search engines look and if there are no tags they’ll pass right by your web pages. Here’s a quick brief on tags.

 

There are a number of tag types including,

 

* Title tags.

Title tags are quite possibly the most important place to situate your keywords. Here’s what they look like in your HTML – <title>Primary keyword phrase here. </title>

Your title tag is where you place your primary keyword or keyword phrase. The sentence will describe your business in less than 90 characters.

 Think of title tags like the title of the chapter of a book. It tells people and search engines what your page is about.

Title tags are also part of what makes people decide whether to visit your site when it shows up in the search results. The title tag should contain important keywords to help the search engine determine what the page is about.

Here is how Google shows your title tag (courtesy of SearchEngineWatch.com):

 

* Header Tags.

Header tags are next in order of importance to search engines. They’re ranked in order of importance and look like this in the HTML- <h1>Primary and/or Secondary keywords here</h1>

The “1” designates this header as the most important header on the page.

View the following for a better understanding:

 

 

 

 

 

* Meta Tags.

Meta tags provide the small descriptive text found underneath the title tag on the search engine results page. Like title tags these should be kept brief, informative and up to date.

Not all search engines use these but for the ones that do, they can be useful. Here is a link with further information on their uses. 

Click here!

 

 

* Alt Tags.

Alt tags are used to provide a text description of a graphic. The most important function is to explain to a blind user what an image is displaying.

Each graphic on your site should have a description and an alt tag.  Read more!

 

 Note: One of the features of the Empower Network Kalatu platform is that you can type in your tags in the SEO section  and the program will handle the placement and coding chores for you. Learn more! 

 

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Tip #2 Add content to your site daily

Content is essential for traffic and a top search engine ranking. Content is what search engine spiders look for and index – without it there’s nothing to index or rank.

Give visitors and search engines a reason to visit and index your site. Make a commitment to provide daily, optimized content and your traffic will soar. The 21-day blogging challenge in the Kalatu blogging platform develops your skills into a well-honed habit.

 

 

Tip #3 Procure valuable and relevant incoming links

The more websites which link to your webpages the more valuable search engines perceive you to be, though not all links are created equal. Search engines give more leverage to links from sites which are popular and credible and from sites which are relevant to your website topic.

 

There are different types of links.

- A direct link looks like a basic website address, for example, www.yourwebsite.com

- A text link occurs when the webpage address is embedded in the text. Readers simply click on the link and are redirected to a new website page.

- If the link is to an internal web page, for example an article published on a website, rather than the home page, it is called a “deep link.”
You can encourage linking to your website by:

* Adding content to your site.

* Submitting to article directories.

* Publishing press releases.

* Blogging and participating in social networking forums, chat rooms and social networking sites.

 

 

Tip #4 Be Social!

Now more than ever before, internet marketing is about building a community. Whether you offer a forum on your website or you participate in social networking sites, social networking is a valuable traffic generating tactic.

 

Sites like Facebook and Twitter can be powerful tools for generating links and traffic to your site – create a profile and then post comments, links to your site and ideas which generate conversation. Kalatu has an automatic linking feature to the social networks for your convenience.

 

Get involved – many chat rooms and forums are industry specific, find those which cater to your industry, and begin participating. Speak to and connect with a highly targeted audience.

 

 

Tip #5 Advertise for more exposure and traffic

Advertising, when handled strategically, can be used to promote your content and products or services. PPC advertising is often the tool of choice because you control the advertising budget on a daily basis and have the tools to test and track your advertising efforts.

 

Once you’ve honed your PPC ads the return on investment can be phenomenal in terms of traffic and purchases.

 

For maximum results, create a traffic and SEO strategy. Outline your plan and your goals and then take the necessary action.

 

Take advantage of these five traffic and search engine tips to boost your business.

 

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To your success!

 

FJ

 

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