What is most effective off page activity to boost up traffic?

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  1. phpassignmenthelp

    phpassignmenthelp Member

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    Hello Everyone!! What is most effective off page activity to boost up traffic?
     
  2. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    First off, call it by it's correct term and you will begin understand it a little better. It is Advertising or Promotion.

    There is no such thing as off-page "optimisation", one can ONLY 'optimise' something you can directly control.

    Secondly; Stop thinking in terms of 'traffic'. Traffic all on it's own is useless. It serves NO purpose other than to waste server resources and data transfer. What the vast majority of pages need is qualified traffic, which means visitors that are already prepared to purchase or otherwise avail themselves of your service.

    You can read more on that in The Secret Life of Links {disclaimer: That's a self-promotional link drop}

    You should ALSO learn to word your advertising links better. The one you have here in your signature is just the usual "key" worded link drop, which is not particularly successful or useful for anyone. Your anchor text is also your 'call to action' so you would be better off using;

    "Need help with your PHP assignment? Click here to get it."

    In that one short sentence, you give the reader a leading or rhetorical question AND give them the answer that they expect plus telling them precisely what to do next.

    'Power' Advertising is the same no matter what the medium or the topic is.

    Need Cash Right Now????? Then call 1-800-cashnow to speak to an advisor.

    I bet you can hear the voice-over in your head already!

    Get over the idea of 'key' words, 'key' words, 'key' words, and think customer, customer, customer instead.

    There is a book available called "Don't Make Me Think" written by Steve Krug ... BUY IT and READ IT thoroughly, a second book that you should also have in your personal library is "Marketing in the Age of Google" written by Vanessa Fox who worked for Google on "Webmaster Central"

    Read them both and learn from people who know what they are talking about, rather than listening to Internet "experts"
     
  3. jainteq

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    Here are some effective tips:
    • Create Strong Community on Social Networking Sites
    • Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Google+ Linkedin,
    • Find Similar Niche Blogs for Link Building Opportunities
    • blog commenting
    • guest posting
     
  4. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    YOU cannot 'create a 'community', other people create communities, all YOU can do is give others a reason to BECOME a community.

    NO, no and NO!!!
    All of those are just SPAMMING, and any self-respecting 'blogger' WILL delete your link building JUNK immediately. Thus resulting in YOU wasting your time and effort.

    Would you, or do you like other link dropping clowns on the 'community' you are hoping that other serious, interested people will join???
     
  5. phpassignmenthelp

    phpassignmenthelp Member

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    Thanks for your valuable reply..
     
  6. SaraPark

    SaraPark New Member

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    I use Guest Posting for the website. It really helps.
     
  7. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Spamming then.
     
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