One thing we all want, whether we run a blog or an ecommerce site, is more traffic, and lots of it. So, without further ado, here are 5 ways to get more traffic to your website.

1. Targeted Content

Don’t just write blog posts/articles willy-nilly. Even though natural articles/posts always bring some traffic, eventually, Read more

If you have experienced a slow start to 2013 and your site is suffering high traffic but low conversions, then check out the sure fire conversion boosters below:

Multiple Buy Now Buttons

Users are accustomed to scrolling these days and will always look beyond what they see directly in front Read more

This week I am on a bit of a social media tip, trying to uncover if it is all worth it or not. It seems to be quite a general theme at the moment, with a lot of data emerging trying to make head or tail of the impact social media has for a brand and a company’s bottom line. Thing is, much of the data is speculative at best, or survey based; I am yet to see properly measured analytics, i.e. social media activity vs. profit over a specific time frame. Personally I think quantifying social media is pretty much impossible, yet comparing an increase in blogging with leads which converted to sales, for example, is possible. If anybody has data like this to share/link to then please leave a comment.

In the meantime I would like to show you Read more

When it comes to internet marketing – SEO strategy “free shipping” is a great way to generate traffic, and did you know that a lot of people actually search for Read more

What is your website performance like? Not sure, right? I didn’t think so. In fact most website owners don’t know much about the user experience of their website, and, contrary to popular belief, SEO consulting isn’t just about search engine rankings. For a start, you won’t rank well with a slow site. So as a search optimization company, one thing I always look at on my clients’ sites is user experience and how each page individually performs. Read more

Your personal profile may end up appearing in a number of places, such as your personal website, trade show/conference info sites, sites where you contribute articles and social platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Quite often people miss a great opportunity to optimise their profile and achieve some extra curricular SEO. Most see the personal profile as a mere source of information rather than Read more

Google Rankings“How do I rank a page highly in Google”? If I had a dollar for every time I was asked this question I would be nearly a billionaire, I am sure.  The answer isn’t as difficult as people would have you think, in fact Google tell you, just look at their philosophy statement and the words are clear as day: “Focus on the user and all else will follow.”

If you focus your website on user experience then the rankings will come. Now, of course, knowing how to do that isn’t particularly easy, but keeping that philosophy in mind will keep you Read more

Content SpamIf you run an information resource website or even house a blog, the likelihood is that you will have be ‘scrapped’ at one time or another. Scrapping is an increasingly popular practice carried out by content farms and low quality sites intent on stealing good content rather than writing it themselves. This practice saves time and boosts rankings, helping to generate advertising revenue, make affiliate sales and build a popular piece of web real estate. One major issue with scrapping and copying is that these sites can get ahead of you pages in the SERPs even though you wrote the content to begin with. It’s totally unethical and really has a negative affect on honest web business owners. Read more

You trust Google to power your search engine results and respond to your website search engine optimisation, but do you trust them to automatically drive your car? What? Yes, that’s right, you heard it here first, Google is experimenting with technology that enables cars to drive themselves.

Google are on a mission – although I hardly think it is as ethically driven as they claim Read more

Did you even know Google Realtime Search existed? Probably not, and if you did you may have known it as Google Real-time Search with a hyphen. Anyway, in the know or not, Google Realtime Search now has its own home page at http://www.google.com/realtime

This realtime feature allows you to conduct a search once and then continually monitor the page without needing to refresh. You don’t get the standard results displayed by Google.com, realtime does what it says on the tin and provides up to the minute results as they happen. This provides the searcher with a comprehensive insight of relevance for a given subject matter, gathering results from news feeds, Twitter, Friend Feed, Facebook, blogs etc. Read more

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