5 Ways to Get Instant Traffic to Your Site
We all know that traffic is very important for a site to survive. Without traffic, then there will be no
leads, and no sales. A lot of internet marketers ( both old and new) are still struggling to get organic
traffic to their sites. Unless of course you have money to invest, then you can get instant traffic through
pay per click, pay per view or any other paid methods like buying traffic. But what if you do not want to
risk paid methods of getting traffic? What are your best options? In this article I will show you five of the
best options for you to get almost instant organic traffic without spending a dime.
Let's get on with the first source of traffic. The first traffic booster that I am going to discuss is getting
backlinks from high PR sites. One good example of a high PR site is blogger.com (PR8). This is a famous
free blogging website owned by Google. No, you don't need to create a blog to get a backlink. Just sign
up with your gmail account. Under "Profile" there is a space to add your website ( but this is a no follow
link). What you need to do is edit the "About me" section and then you can add your website and
anchor text and get a backlink using href format. Then save your profile. Another high PR site that you
can get backlink from is eHow.com (PR7). Sign up in eHow and fill out all the details. In the "About Me"
section, do the same thing that you did in blogger.
The second source of traffic that I would suggest is Twitter traffic. If you do not have a twitter account,
then you are missing a lot. Sign up at twitter and set your username related to your niche. It is highly
recommended to set up one twitter account for each of your niche. That way, your campaign is more
targeted and more beneficial to the people following you. Once your twitter account is setup, then you
have to find people to follow. You can choose the search function and type in your keyword for your
niche to start following people in the same group or you can also sign up at "tweeter getter" for free. I
am also using "tweetdeck" for easy access on my twitter from my desktop.
The third traffic source I would recommend is submitting an article to the top 5 article directories. The
top 5 I would recommend are EzineArticles, Go Articles,Article alley,article dashboard, and article city.
Although there are a lot of other high PR articles that you can find aside from the ones I mentioned. It is
important to rewrite your article to make it unique before submitting. Do not forget to create a backlink
to your website in the resource box of your article.
The 4th important traffic source is joining busy forums and making at least 2 posts in each. You will get a
backlink from your profile and signature links in the forum. Some of the top forums are the
warriorforum.com, digitalpoint.com, work from home forums, and a lot of others. You can always search
Google for forums related to your niche.
The 5th traffic source I would recommend is setting up a review site for the product you are promoting
using free blog websites like blogger.com, WordPress.com, or Squidoo.com. After setting up a review
site, you can then submit your blog to at least 5 blog directories. Example of blog directories are
blogged.com, blog catalog, bloglisting, blogflux, super blog directory, and many others.
I hope that the above traffic sources can help you make a head start for getting organic traffic the easy
way without spending a dime. Stop overthinking things and just take action. The above methods will
work as these are proven facts. Good luck and happy traffic-hunting!
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