You can pay for SEO (Inbound Marketing actually) with sweat equity when you know how to do it.

How can I get more traffic for my website if I don’t want to pay money?

Instead of paying with money you can pay with time and effort.

The core activity of attracting visitors through organic search is publishing quality content at frequent and regular intervals, and to do so until enough people show up to your website to make it work for you and your business.

Links to your content are still critically important to your ranking.

As a result you must also devote time and energy to promoting content through social media, email, etc with the goal of attracting links.

You can do this in one to two hours a day.

There is also a third way.

To summarize, your payment options are:

  • Learn to do it yourself paying with sweat equity.
  • Pay someone to do it for you.
  • Some combination of the above.

For example, you can learn to do it, yet hire out either the content generation activity or the content promotion activity, whatever you had budget for.

Hiring out content generation is not as expensive as you may think. You can find excellent writers in Africa and parts of Asia that were once British colonies (where English language proficiency is very high) for very reasonable rates.

If you want to learn more I can direct you to a 26 minute long on demand webinar that shows you the system and how it works.

If you want the registration link for the webinar, leave a comment below and I’ll send it to you.

Alternatively….

Download the eBook: The 7 Fundamentals of Being Found Online

 

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