How To Jam Your Website With Traffic


 How To Jam Your Website With Traffic

You don't want to be the only store on the block that's not getting traffic. You want customers knocking down your door and a line of eager shoppers around the corner. The key to achieving those goals is simple: Get Traffic!

In this blog post, we'll teach you how to get more traffic for your website with some great tips. No matter if your website is new or old, you'll find a few helpful bits of information you can put into action right away.

1. The No-Tracking-No-Advertising Rule
If you go into any search engine, including Google, Yahoo, and Bing, you'll find that it's fairly easy to get a domain name for free. In fact, it can be as easy as filling out a form online. But people who do this are called "no-followers" because they do not link back to their site in any way (they don't even include links in their names!) Most of the time, they get away with this because Google does not record whether or not they have ever clicked on a link (that information is kept exclusively on the sites that placed those links). But Google does keep track of whether or not you are paying a fee to advertise on their site. 
If your domain is listed as a "no-follow" and you try to advertise on Google, including Adwords, it won't show up. It's your choice whether or not an ad campaign is worth this sacrifice (if you want to check out how much traffic you'll lose by paying for this service, visit ), but it's something to be aware of!
2. The Do-Follow Rule
Getting back to the topic of getting your domain listed, there are a few ways to do this. One of the most popular ways to do it is by "posting" your link online, where it can be found on blogs, Wikipedia entries, forums, and so on. But you need to know that if you post your link in a place like this and don't "do-follow" it, you'll have the same problem with people not being able to track how many times you've been clicked. 
Do-following is when you include a link back to your website within your web address. Let's say your URL is: www.myawesomewebsite.


With a little bit of research you'll be able to find the best domain-name for your website and the easiest way to get your name on the world wide web. Simply choose a domain name (or buy one) in different countries, then place it on your website, blog, and Facebook page. Just remember not to "no-follow" links or you may lose out on some of that traffic that you're trying so hard to get! 
3. The No-Track Rule Why do many people refuse to track their visitors? Because they think if they don't keep track of who's coming and going on their website, then no one will want to come back! But this is NOT what happens.

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