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Traffic Building Ideas You Might Not Have Considered

  • Posted by Top Affiliate
  • August 28, 2013 5:37 AM HST
Are you capitalizing on all your available traffic building opportunities?

If you have been involved in online marketing for a while, you probably know all there is to know about traffic building…or so you think. The fact is that no matter how much you know about drawing a crowd and building decent traffic online, there are some things that you might have neglected or might not have considered at all. Here are a few ideas worth considering.

Focus on a specific social network

While it would seem like a good idea to establish a presence on every social network, you can get overwhelmed fairly quickly with this approach. Not many people have the capability to organize and consistently maintain a campaign across various social networking sites, and the task can be especially daunting for the startup. By identifying the social networking site where the bulk of your audience converges, you will have a much better chance of making a significant impact without spreading yourself too thin.

Branch out into other media

Of course after you have established your brand in a particular social network, the next logical step is to branch out into others. Once you have established yourself as a reputable presence in the blogging world for instance, it might be worth your while to explore your options in podcasting or some other medium. By doing so, you will be able to expand your scope considerably and reach audiences that you might have never been able to otherwise.

Establish relationships with authorities in your niche

Getting a noted authority figure on board is quite possibly one of the most effective traffic building methods you can implement. For your audience, the chance to get additional insight from a reputable resource other than yourself is a bonus to the benefits they already get from your site. For the authority figure, working with another site can result in added exposure, which is what everyone really wants anyway. And for you, you gain the benefits of added credibility, fresh input, and new opportunities to broaden your scope.