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Hey Warriors,

I don't know what is going on...

But I can't seem to figure out the traffic game.

I have a product that converts.

But I just can't seem to drive enough traffic to it...

I've filled my head (and taken significant action) on many avenues such as:

-Article writing
-SEO (On page optimization)
-SEO (Link building)
-SEO (RSS Feed submission)
-SEO Squidoo/Hubpages/Yahoo 360/etc.
-Keyword research
-Blog commenting
-Video creation + syndication (TubeMogul)

And other random things here and there.

Feels like I'm dragging a semi-truck up a hill with a rope tied to the front grill.

I've seen some success. But it just does not seem worth the effort.

I'm tired...

I feel like I'm fairly educated, but I need someone to help me just really put the pieces together or something...

Anyone know of a good Traffic Coaching service?

I think I need some one-on-one time to really make it click.

Thanks for the help!
#coaching #traffic
  • Profile picture of the author John S. Rhodes
    Out of *everything* you know pick the thing that is working best.
    If you don't know, then spend time finding the answer to that
    question. Once you've know what works best, focus on getting
    smarter on that topic. Take focused action using that tactic.
    Stop reaching out for more methods -- you have plenty.

    I'd also recommend finding tools and services that automate or
    augment the work you're doing. For example, if you're writing a
    ton of articles for article marketing, find ways to get better and
    faster. Outsource to low cost providers, if possible. Invest in
    software to find smashing good keywords. That's just on example.

    ~ John

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    I think you're awesome.

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    • Profile picture of the author Sean Bissell

      Thanks, I totally agree, I think that's part of my problem.

      I don't really know what is working the best.

      It seems that everything is trickling in very slowly from a ton of different sources.

      Right now I think I'd like to figure out keywords better.

      I can't seem to wrap my head around finding keywords that don't waste my time.

      Wasting time = picking a keyword that's too competitive and getting buried in search results.

      Gotta get my head on straight,
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