How much times does it takes for a new website to get a good traffic?

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How much time does a website takes to get a good traffic? Mostly it is with SEO and social media but still there are some sites which are having less social followers and likes and are able to drive huge traffic and after looking to their site sometimes it seems to ask that what actually they have focused on.
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    • Profile picture of the author arshsethi
      Originally Posted by T S Chan View Post

      Is not about "time", is more to "how much effort your put in..."
      Updating your site regularly with fresh content benefits in more traffic?
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  • Profile picture of the author jmferret
    The longer your site is around (provided your content is unique), the better exposure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Everblue
    Hello arshsethi,
    In order to get traffic from SEO you have to wait about 90 to 180 days. So if you are a doing good SEO it's only a matter of time.
    Social media on the other hand relies on effort more. If you build a strong online presence and make use of the web 2.0 platforms to their fullest capabilities, you can get very high amounts of traffic in much less time compared to SEO.
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    • Profile picture of the author arshsethi
      Originally Posted by Everblue View Post

      Hello arshsethi,
      In order to get traffic from SEO you have to wait about 90 to 180 days. So if you are a doing good SEO it's only a matter of time.
      Social media on the other hand relies on effort more. If you build a strong online presence and make use of the web 2.0 platforms to their fullest capabilities, you can get very high amounts of traffic in much less time compared to SEO.
      Thanks for such a good info but what about sites who doesn't have good social media followers but still they are able to drive huge traffic. Does regularly updating your website with fresh content benefits in increasing of traffic?
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      • Profile picture of the author Everblue
        If they drive huge traffic without social media, it means that either they are very high in search engines results or they are paying for it though advertising, etc.

        Fresh content is essential for a website in order to sustain high traffic. You must give visitors a good reason to visit your website again and it also helps in ranking.
        Traffic = New Visitors + Recurring Visitors
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  • Profile picture of the author danieldesai
    That depends on what traffic methods you're using, and how much work you put out.

    For example, if you're doing free methods, search engine traffic takes the longest to kick in (but can be quite significant) while you can get traffic much more quickly by guest posting on relevant blogs.

    Also, collecting the email addresses of visitors is crucial if you want to build any sort of momentum with your traffic; returning visitors are often your most valuable (for several reasons).

    Regards,
    Daniel
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    Less than a week...
    • Build a QUALITY site with QUALITY content (even if it's just a dozen pieces or so)
    • Build a matching Facebook page
    • Share all of your website content on your Facebook page
    • Spend $100-$200 on a well-planned and executed Facebook "Like" campaign
    • Publish a few new pieces of content a week to your site, sharing each on your Facebook page
    • Get traffic - lots of it

    Folks, this isn't "theory". I do this with every new brand I launch. Works every time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    It all depends on you. If you want ALOT of traffic now, invest ALOT into paid advertising. If you want to take your time and go slow, then don't invest so much into paid advertising. Success is waiting on you dude.
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  • Profile picture of the author Surge Calls
    There are many factors at play here. How is your content? How does your site look? Are you utilizing multiple digital marketing outlets? Are you active on social media? Once you check off all of those things you will see traffic increase on your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author extrememan
    You have to think long-term and not short, instead of thinking about how quick I can get traffic. You should be thinking where can I find the traffic that is high converting and will be the best fit for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    How much times does it takes for a new website to get a good traffic?
    I can get traffic to a new site within hours. It's called advertising.

    It's a "secret" method know as having control of your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by arshsethi View Post

    How much time does a website takes to get a good traffic? Mostly it is with SEO and social media but still there are some sites which are having less social followers and likes and are able to drive huge traffic and after looking to their site sometimes it seems to ask that what actually they have focused on.
    If you use Social Media, depending on how much work you put in and how good you are at it, you can start getting a fair bit of traffic very fast..

    For SEO, it could take a little bit longer..

    It all depends on how much work you put into it, your experience, your competition, etc, etc..
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