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50 Easy Ways to Pull More Website Traffic

1. Be original.
2. Make it easy for visitors to comment and discuss the topic.
3. Use emotional words and pictures.
4. Make your writing easy to understand.
5. Put your email and phone number at the very top or a link to them.
6. Make pictures smaller so your website won’t load slowly.
7. Save your website information or source code to a USB, SD, CD,any type of memory.
8. Respond to all of your comments and questions.
9. No videos or music that comes on automatically.
10. Don’t buy ads that bring people who aren’t interested in your stuff.
11. Tell your friends and family about your stuff.
12. Make sure your website works in IE Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari ect.
13. Attract professionals to promote your website or products.
14. Make words big enough for all ages to read.
15. Update content daily and don’t copy content from others.
16. Don’t use tricks just title and describe exactly what you’re promoting.
17. Don’t take bad feedback personally.
18. Share knowledge with your peers.
19. Compete with the well-known websites.
20. Monitor your websites progress by using sites like Alexa.
21. If many viewers request adding or removing content, strongly consider it.
22. Add visitors to social networks like Facebook, Twitter ect..
23. Include your link in email and text message signatures.
24. Make sure your domain name does not have more than 20 letters.
25. Ask visitors to refer your website to others.
26. Ask people to subscribe to your newsletters to stay updated.
27. Only link to websites just like yours.
28. Find successful techniques to use.
29. Remove links that don’t work.
30. Post special articles during holidays for a boost of traffic.
31. Don’t use comments (only) to promote websites.
32. Study websites you bookmarked, liked, saved, and favorite.
33. Use keywords as text for links to pages and not its title.
34. Promote your website like a business.
35. Use fonts style that are easy to read.
36. Create networks of with people with similar interest.
37. Use memorable videos to replace text.
38. Publish content that benefits you and your visitors.
39. Add content as needed.
40. Study your site statistics to improve results. Visit statcounter.com for more info
41. Pay a trusted company to promote your website.
42. Host a scheduled podcast.
43. Share wisdom of promotional failures.
44. Install 3rd party widgets that improves results.
45. Minimize code to speed up your website.
46. Showcase your testimonials.
47. NEVER use all caps just bold font.
48. Create an easy to spell domain name.
49. Provide valuable information.
50. Last but not least, describe exactly what your website/pages are about in titles, ads, and or headlines.

I hope you find all 50 strategies helpful. Your comments are appreciated!
Written by Ashley Brothers & Cheru Jackson

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Alphainventions.com was a popular weblog aggregation tool developed by Cheru Jackson July, 16 2008.

Alexa.com ranked alphainventions.com one of the top 20k sites worldwide.  

Over a period 8 years Alpha Inventions earned a PR 5 from Google & over 27k inbound links from over 400 domains.

 

 

 

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Of course we’re talking about turning an idea to something that can be used on the internet.

It can be software that manipulates random data into something meaningful or something you just want to create because nobody else has yet.

I’ve created tons of at the time useless software only to be put in a folder and forgot about until an idea to combine it with current ideas to make something people could actually find useful.

If you have the urge to make something, then get the resources you need to make it and make it.   If it’s not useful at the moment and the thrill is gone from the act of creating it just put it in a folder and when you least expect it you’ll find a way to implement it in your new creative ventures or not.

Try learning different programming languages to see which one you’re most comfortable using your creativity with and find one that will be used for years to come.

After you put your creativity to use then ask a friend or random people to try your invention out so you can collect useful feedback and make it even more useful if you want.

No matter what make sure it is something you enjoy.