You know what’s funny about traffic? When it comes to cars we want none of it, but when it comes to people checking out our site, well, we want as much as we can possibly get.
And then some more.
But figuring out how to get that sweet, sweet traffic to your site can be damn frustrating. After all, no one really knows about you yet…and your mom, besties, and FB friends don’t exactly make for the most profitable customers!
So if you’re keen to figure out this whole traffic thing, and get the right people to your site, then you best be clickin’ play below because this week it’s all about traffic, baby.
We’re only mildly offended that you don’t want to watch our wit and wisdom. Alas, we want you to be happy so feel free to read the full transcript below.
Jill: Today we’re talking about the 3 best ways to get traffic to your website. When you’re first getting started with your business, traffic can be a little hard to come by. You’re not getting much search traffic and no one really knows much yet and it pretty much consists of your mom, siblings and few Facebook friends who just click your link in their newsfeed to see what you’ve been up to.
Josh: Obviously, we’re building a business and that kind of traffic is not going to result in sales. Our goal is to build a business that makes money. So what we want is reliable traffic coming from various sources that’s going to result income later down the track. ...show the full transcript
Skip to the Good Stuff:
0.15 – Learn about 3 best ways to get traffic to your website
1.30 – How to target other blogs and get a share of their traffic
1.50 – Tip on how to maximize the results shown from your Google search
2.40 – How to effectively collaborate with competitive blogs
3.30 – One thing you need to keep in mind while pitching your content
4.00 – What you need to do to get on somebody else’s podcast show
4.35 – Why big blogs won’t listen to you and how do you build your niche
5.18 – The only paid ads you need to implement and why is it within your budget
6.08 – How the ad helps you get more fans and helps you build your email list
A Little Bit About this Episode:
Let’s get real for a minute…
When we first launched the Screw, the majority of our traffic was not our ideal customer. In fact, it consisted mainly of our family, close friends and a few Facebook followers.
And while they were nice to have around the place, they didn’t exactly make for the best customers.
Now I’ll be honest, learning how to navigate the inter-web waters was tricky…and may have even included a few demonstrative hand gestures, face palms, and angry typing.
Because let’s face it, when you’re first starting out traffic can be super hard to come by.
And that’s frustrating.
So how did we power through those first few months where it felt like no one was listening or even cared about what we were doing?
We cowboy’d up.
We tested out a ton of strategies, cut whatever didn’t work, and amped up what did.
But what are the strategies that worked?
Pffft I’m not just going to give that shit away! Click play and find out for yourself.
And then implement, homie!