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How To Get More Traffic To Your Website – Here Are 5 Super Easy Steps — 10 Comments

  1. Excellent post, thanks so much.

    I find myself guilty of sometimes puting myself and my interests ahead of the visitors and answering ‘what’s in it FOR YOU?’

    I think I’ll bookmark this page so I can refer to it every once in a while every time I forget and make the necessary adjustments lol…

    Thanks again for sharing!

    • Thanks for being such a regular reader of my articles Ivan. I hope that you are finding answers to your questions and please make sure to ask questions here so that we can all benefit from the answers you will receive.

      Forgetting to put the reader’s interest is totally human Ivan. When we decide to earn an income online we naturally gear our thoughts towards our own interests, and it is not easy to get rid of this “bad habit”. But once you succeed in doing that (naturally), you will find that your subscribers list will get bigger and bigger instead of melting away.

      I wish you the very best for your online venture Ivan, and I look forward to seeing you here again soon.

      John ツ

  2. Great post! I think it’s key to actually keep traffic on your website. I feel that keeping a low bounce rate means that you have to be doing something right with your website.

    My aim is to get people on my site, and direct them around so that they read more and, ultimately, become more interested.

    • You have the right idea Stephen. Google pays close attention to how long someone stays on a website or blog. It is their way to differentiate the bot visitor from the real one, so bounce rate is very important for us. One way to encourage a visitor to stay on your site is, as you say, write some great content and invite them to visit other pages or articles. Google loves that.

      Thanks for share your view Stephen.

      I wish you an awesome ‘wealth building’ day!
      John ツ


  3. Hi John,

    I read the whole post. I loved your suggestions on how to convert traffic to your landing page and made me thing of a few flaws in my own copy, which, thanks you John, I will be rectifying shortly.

    I was particularly interested in your use of those hynoptic words and I would like to see more examples of such. I recently read that there are 8 powerfully converting words to use in your copy:- (let me see if I can recall them all)

    1) ‘You’ – which you covered John.
    2). New.
    3). Limited (bonus offer = prestige and exclusivity).

    Oh dear, I can’t remember the rest. Do you know them John? I am going watch out for more information like you have in this post and apply them to my own.

    A very valuable resource indeed.



    • Thanks for visiting my site Philip. In fact, there are many more powerfully converting words than that, for example one that we always see, thinking it is overused, but still works well is “free”. You also have “secrets revealed”, “guarantee”. You just have to look at the titles of the emails you receive and see which one you decide to open. You can make a list like that and use these words successfully.

      I have a lot to write about on the subject as I have become an expert in social media marketing, and you probably know that on Twitter you only have 140 characters to use to convince your follower to decide to click on your message, so you better become good at it.

      In fact, I have written an article about sharing on social media, you might be interested in reading it.

      I look forward to seeing you here often Philip, and if you have any questions, please ask them here so that we can all benefit.

      I wish you an awesome ‘wealth building’ day!
      John ツ

  4. This was a very well written, informative article. I struggle with getting traffic to my site and I will definitely be implementing these tips to help me with this. You definitely know what you are talking about and I look forward to seeing more great posts from you on this topic. Keep it up!

    • Thanks for your review and the compliment Jade. It takes quite a while to become an expert at getting traffic. It is a real skill that has to be developed. I learned how to do that by following the free Wealthy Affiliate training, and I am also a PRO member at LeadsLeap, that’s where most of my traffic comes from (on autopilot).

      I have also posted a few more articles on the subject, which I hope you will enjoy.

      If you have any questions, please ask them here so that we can all benefit from them.

      I wish you an awesome ‘wealth building’ day!
      John ツ

  5. Hi

    Great information on to get more traffic to your website.

    This takes time and a lot of patience, but as you have pointed out there are a number of ways to achieve success at a much faster rate.

    I think building trust is definitely one of the most imporatant parts in gaining more long term traffic. This can be achieved by providing some content with value.

    I look forward to some of your future posts.


    • Thanks so much for taking the time to post a comment Chris. Yes, as you have read and already know, there are several ways to get your website out there and trusted by the public and the search engines, two of them that I favor is by posting quality content and sharing my articles on social media and also there are some specialised social platforms that are worth being part of because of their unique form of promotion, such as LeadsLeap

      If you check back in a couple of hours, you will be able to read my latest article, then in the next few days I will upload two product reviews that might be of interest to you: Affilorama and Auto Affiliate Program

      If you have any questions, please make sure to post them below and I and/or some of my regular readers will answer you as soon as possible.

      I wish you an awesome ‘wealth building’ day!
      John ツ

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