How to get Relevant traffic to my website?

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Hello Readers,

I do most of the SEO, PPC, CRO and SMM activities,

=> I get nearly 1200 per day New User Traffic
=> My Taget Customers are Ad Agencies

My Concerns are
=> How to check whether the traffic on my website is relevant or not ?
=> If not what are the remedies for that / Where i was lacking ?
#growth hacking #relevant #traffic #website
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  • Profile picture of the author Beyond Dubai
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  • Profile picture of the author KevinJohnson1
    The best way to drive relevant traffic to your site is to use social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.
    • Profile picture of the author sameer5121
      Thanks for the reply kevin,

      I do Social networking, but I face problem in, how to figure out whether the organic traffic from social media is relevant to my site or not
  • Profile picture of the author David Jones42
    for check traffic is relevent niche or not you can check in google analytics.
  • Profile picture of the author RideCut
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  • Profile picture of the author phucnguyentvp
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  • Profile picture of the author balint
    QandA sites tend to be very relevant as well. Try to answer some questions on Quora related to your niche.
    • Profile picture of the author sameer5121
      Thanks for your response, That's a good idea to do quora.

      But Quora is in my daily checklist

      Do you know any such Q&A forums similar to Quora and Reddit ??
  • Profile picture of the author stewartcristan
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  • Profile picture of the author Tahreem Saeed
    You should do this:
    Find Influential People In Your Niche.
    Find Out What Your Influencers Care About.
    Finally, Add Share Triggers (encourage people to share and link).
  • Profile picture of the author Naomi Lopez
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  • Profile picture of the author fubarfudd
    Do you know your target market? Think about where they are online:

    What websites they read
    What forums and groups they are active on
    What social media followers they use

    Start there and that will help.

    You can also research competitors and see where they are. Tools like Alexa and Similarweb can tell you who links to competing websites.
  • Profile picture of the author R0b328
    One way I've found really works, search for relevant hashtags on Instagram. It's a gold mine there, engage with them and like and comment on their photos but don't be spammy about it. Everyone just does emojis and simple one word comments. Stand out to them, look at their photos and comment on something really personal like "I really like your shoes in your last post, where did you get them?"

    This kind of stuff will get you noticed, have your link in your bio set up and they will check you out. For me, I notice it works better when I don't ask for anything at all. Just provide a comment they value, then they will most likely check out your profile, and your link in your bio.

    Hope this helps
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