In the spirit of full disclosure, this is a guest post submitted by Melissa who is the Public Relations Manager at http://webtrafficgeeks.com.
A lot of people jump the gun when it comes to traffic and, if you asked them if they would prefer a small amount of targeted traffic or ten times the amount of untargeted traffic, most will be in favor of the quantity instead of quality. If you are one of those people, now is the time to use common sense.
What will you do with untargeted traffic? Are they going to buy your products? Are they going to subscribe to your email list? Most likely not, and this is why a smaller amount of highly targeted visitors will outperform a larger number of visitors that are not targeted.
Another added benefit of targeted visitors is that they will spread the word about your website (provided it is good and gave them exactly what they came for). Word of mouth is the best kind of marketing you can get, but before you reach it, you must go through the usual route.
If you are looking to buy website traffic you should take another look at the very first paragraph of this article and fully grasp the importance of targeted traffic. You need to make an effort and try to identify a reliable traffic provider and, once you do, never let him go!
We at Webtrafficgeeks.com take this matter very seriously and, in addition to offering niche targeted traffic, we are also giving you the choice to buy Geo (country) targeted traffic! You will be able to choose traffic from 120 niches and 60 countries!
SEO optimization is another great (probably the best) way to get targeted traffic of great quality. The only drawback of this method of generating traffic is the time it takes to “get the ball rolling.”
If your intent is to build a solid business website, you will want to steer clear of all “questionable” practices in SEO and arm yourself with patience. It will probably take you weeks and months of hard work before you see the results.
But, when you do your job correctly you will see that those long hours and effort pay off!
Article marketing is quickly becoming a lost art in the world of SEO and target generation. It all started when Google decided to devalue (devalue might sound a bit harsh but it is the best way to describe it) article directories and dramatically reduce their traffic.
There are still some advocates of this method, but you really need to give it a go and decide for yourself. Make a small scale experiment, write 10-20 articles and see how they do.
A lot of people, up until recently (some still do), used this technique to manipulate Google rankings by spamming a bunch of unrelated blogs with their comments. Google quickly caught up with them and decided to put a stop to it.
But, making insightful comments on related, high-quality blogs is still alive and kicking. In fact, I just did some testing to see if getting comments will have an impact on my rankings. As it turns out, there was some impact but there were no drastic changes in positions.
About the author:
Hi everyone, my name is Melissa and I am the Public Relations Manager here at http://webtrafficgeeks.com. Our main goal is to flood your website with traffic, so if you are interested, stop by and check out our website!