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3 Great Tips To Get Traffic To Your Website (Really Easy!) — 12 Comments

  1. This is interesting. I run a blog right now and have wanted to build an email list, but have not started yet because I don’t feel like I have enough traffic. One day I am hoping to see enough traffic that I can begin to retain some of those visitors and get increased amounts of traffic.

    • Thanks for visiting and commenting Austin. I understand your point but if I were you I wouldn’t wait to start collecting subscribers to your blog. Maybe, the one that just visited your blog and left would have been the big one, you’ve lost it Austin, and you have no way of contacting him/her.

      Now if you want to get more traffic to your blog, I have recently written an article that might interest you:  Get More Traffic To Your Website (3 Super Strategies)

      Let me know if you have any questions by posting them here.

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

  2. Great read John! These are great tips to increase traffic, what appealed to me the most was the leadsleap ads. I really need to drive some traffic to my websites but I’m still in the process of designing them. When do you think is the best time to apply and sign up to this?

    • Thanks for visiting my website Elias. I hope that you enjoyed reading  my review of LeadsLeap and that you give it a try. As you know it is free. If I were you, I would start now so that you get yourself acquainted with all the free tools designed to help you monetise your business in just a few clicks.

      Let me know if you have any questions.

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

  3. Hi there, I am at the stage where I think I could initiate list building to convert some of my traffic into sales. But I am a little confused as to where to capture the emails.

    Do I do a pop-up or end-of-the-page optin? What does your own experience tell you? Maybe you can provide me some insights. Thanks!

    • Thanks very much for your comment and questions Cathy. Pop-up, pop-under, exit-pop-up, end-of-the-page optin? A lot of techniques to collect emails, and more are created as we speak. 

      Personally, I prefer the non invasive form which is the end-of-the-page optin. But it is not necessarily the most effective. One that I use on many of my blogs is the discreet SlideSense by LeadsLeap.

      In fact, if you have not done so yet, have a look at my review on LeadsLeap, you will find everything you need to get started and build your mailing list, from lead capture pages to popup creator, auto-responders, etc. and it is free to join.

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

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

  4. I’m new at this, so is leadsleap ads a different company from leadads? I do have an account with them, but haven’t really used as of yet. Still learning all this stuff tho i do have a decent site made.. I read your articles you have posted on WA since i’m getting bogged down on advertising and the whole email list.. Thanks for some insite and further reading on how this all can work for my site.


    • Hi Rich,

      Thanks for visiting my website and for your comment. Leadads is different from LeadsLeap. At Leadads you buy (very expensive) leads, which is the last thing to do if you want your website to remain in the good books of the search engines. 

      LeadsLeap is a platform dedicated in helping the online marketer (newbies as well as seasoned marketers) to expand their business by making available a number of tools and advertising platforms for free to their members, whether FREE or PRO members alike.

      If you have not done so yet, I would recommend that you join LeadsLeap here as a free member and see for yourself how it can help grow any business or niche you are trying to promote. 

      Best wishes,

      John ツ  

  5. Hello John, I really appreciate your sharing for the who is already retired but it is also really helpful for the beginner like me. The topic “How To Get More Traffic To Your Website” is really interesting and I am really in love with your website. Thank you for such great tips 🙂

    • Thanks very much for your visit and comment on my site KyleRika. My website is really for everybody and most especially for clever people like you. 

      Why wait for retirement time to create something of our own that will supplement our retirement income? Knowing already very well that it will not be sufficient for us to live comfortably. And that is definitely not going to improve. 

      Unfortunately, most people are waiting for things to happen, except just a few people like you who know that the time to prepare for retirement is long before retirement time has come.

      Wise people take action and invest their free time early on into creating a business of their own. If they don’t know what to do or how to do it, I can highly Wealthy Affiliate which was created with the “Mr/Mrs Everybody” in mind. It has built fortunes for thousands of people around the globe already.

      Please make sure to contact me at any time if you have any questions, okay?

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

  6. Hey John. Thanks for the tips. I myself am still trying to master the art of gaining traffic through search engine optimization. Getting closer every day though. I myself have been using the world famous Wealthy Affiliate platform to help me master search engine optimization, and it is quite a blessing as my traffic has been getting bigger every day.

    • Thanks for your comment Jacob and I am glad that you have also discovered the best online keyword research tool at present, which as your know you can try for free.

      I wish you the very best for your online venture and if you have any questions or need any help, please do not hesitate to contact me at any time.

      John ツ  

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