Traffic for new website - execution

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So.. E-commerce is present and future we all know that, also - a lot of us are doing digital marketing even for years..
But I really want to know - how do you launch a totally new website? No data at all?
Everyone is talking about WHAT to do, but no one is talking about the HOW to do.. I really want to know how to bring new store from 0 to success..
How many of you actually did it and can say they are able to promote a new website? Do you have some learning sources to share / your milestone / people you worked with?

Would like to promote my products in the US and I will appreciate your help

Looking for ways to launch
#execution #traffic #website
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Well yeah, we've done it well over 100 times. Shopify published an article on their blog about a year ago that might help you - Need Traffic? Here's How to Get Visitors to a New Website (Even If You Don't Know Where to Begin)
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  • 0 to Success is not that easy.
    You should add the usage of both Organic and Paid Traffic to your E-commerce website.

    Organic through ranking your website on google by optimizing your keywords for SEO.

    Paid through running FB, IG or even YouTube Ads to promote your products.

    With patience and persistency... Sky is the limit.
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  • Profile picture of the author Serene Carmen
    Hi Morielle

    Some tips for pre-launch:
    Run a giveaway (paid promotion on Instagram and Facebook or with Influencers) to your landing page, to grow your email list.
    Grow your social media accounts, Facebook, Instagram etc.
    SEO to improve your organic search rankings

    After launch:
    Facebook, Instagram, Search Engine ads (Goolgle, Bing etc)
    Influencer collaborations (paid promotions and shout outs, product for post compaigns)
    Keep working on SEO
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  • Profile picture of the author seoexpertad
    The simple and best 0 to Success

    First hard work on on-page and off-page SEO (keyword research) for search engine ranking

    and after use paid ads like Facebook, Google etc.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
      Originally Posted by seoexpertad View Post

      The simple and best 0 to Success

      First hard work on on-page and off-page SEO (keyword research) for search engine ranking

      and after use paid ads like Facebook, Google etc.
      We do the exact opposite. First paid ads, and if the website turns even a small profit from the ads, we'll take the time to optimize it for search engines.

      SEO is a long haul project that takes a whole lot of time and the results are slow - many months to years. We don't want to waste time on it if a website does not turn out to be as viable as we thought it might be.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cbdboxmakers
    I would suggest you to do a SEO and one option is to hire a freelancer to do SEO for your e-commerce website .
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  • Profile picture of the author Old Molases
    An optimal mix of Paid and Organic can help you achieve what you are looking for.
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