Source of all traffic

by AnilK
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Found this simple traffic generation diagram that I made a while back.

I printed it off and glance at it from time to time when deciding the strategy for a new site.

Find it easier to glance a diagram then read through a list at times.

Feel free to mention all the methods that are missing!

#source #traffic #traffic generation #traffic source
  • Profile picture of the author grangonzo
    Dude...
    How are you goimg to find time to accomplish all that?
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    • Profile picture of the author Jamie Charles
      Originally Posted by grangonzo View Post

      Dude...
      How are you goimg to find time to accomplish all that?
      Magic Submitter or SENUKE ( plus a number of others ) are software that handle most of those.
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      • Profile picture of the author buzhabib
        Originally Posted by Jamie Charles View Post

        Magic Submitter or SENUKE ( plus a number of others ) are software that handle most of those.
        whether the way is safe?
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      • Profile picture of the author bboretsky
        Originally Posted by Jamie Charles View Post

        Magic Submitter or SENUKE ( plus a number of others ) are software that handle most of those.
        What are some of the other options and what do they cost? Which work the best. I have used some article submitters in the past and they are worthless.
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        • Profile picture of the author celente
          Originally Posted by bboretsky View Post

          What are some of the other options and what do they cost? Which work the best. I have used some article submitters in the past and they are worthless.
          we use fiverr sometimes to get the ball rolling so to speak.

          Only costs $5 to blast your articles to 10 directories, and they normally do a good job!

          But the question you gotta ask, is your article high quality and will it make people go to your site and subscribe or buy? if you can answer YES to those, then go for it.

          Fiverr is quite powerful in the right hands.
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    • Profile picture of the author The Wizard of Oz
      I've got a headache just looking at it ... Stop the world, I wanna get off!!

      No wonder newbies freak-out when they see stuff like that ... Even though it IS on the button.

      How about taking it one step at a time :confused:
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    • Profile picture of the author AnilK
      Originally Posted by grangonzo View Post

      Dude...
      How are you goimg to find time to accomplish all that?
      Time management :p. Na I don't employ everyone of these strategies for every single site. I will select 1 at a time based on the niche and the site and work that. And then onto the next etc

      Originally Posted by jushuaburnham View Post

      You have the good point but I think its hard to accomplish two projects on that method, its time consuming indeed.
      I do multiple projects at the same time, but one traffic method at a time.

      Originally Posted by Johno-Ardley View Post

      I've got a headache just looking at it ... Stop the world, I wanna get off!!

      No wonder newbies freak-out when they see stuff like that ... Even though it IS on the button.

      How about taking it one step at a time :confused:
      No, you must use every single traffic generation strategy listed above for every project

      When starting out, I found I used to get a headache, thinking about which traffic methods were available or looking through pages and pages of an ebook everytime a new project started. But with the diagram I had an overview.

      Then once you have done a few projects you know what strategies you are going to use without looking at the diagram. Its just a reference..
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  • Profile picture of the author Willie Crawford
    I would add submitting articles to mainstream media, giving
    presentations in your local area, doing radio interviews,
    especially the ones that are achieved and stored online.

    Some of these will produce lower numbers but they send
    you traffic that's presold on you and ready to buy.

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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Agency
    too complicated!
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  • Profile picture of the author kaedus
    I think it's generally a better idea to focus on a few strategies instead of trying to do everything at once.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Back in JUNE we have about 95% of all our business outsourced. It feels great, and Yes I still have to work, but not as much as I use to.

    We use alot of these strategies you have in your mind map above, but not all of them. The real benefit for us is that we tested them all small scale to see which one worked the best. Infact three of them work really well and consistently bring in sales. So we now outsource them and test others.

    So What I am saying is that you need to print this out and test them all small scale and see what works for you. When you find something that makes you money upscale that and outsoruce it. That way the money coming in is more than the money going out.

    Simple as that. :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Targeted Traffic
    While this might all contribute to you traffic, right now Social Networking Sites are those that drive about 40-45% of your site's traffic and then followed by SEO about 15%.

    Thus it may be good to just focus your efforts on the most effective ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author jushuaburnham
    You have the good point but I think its hard to accomplish two projects on that method, its time consuming indeed.
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      Mobile communications is rapidly becoming the media of choice for certain segments of advertising and marketers including SMS texting, QR codes, Near Field Communications etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Ning Lo
    Nice diagram...

    I use all these on a regular basis but for newbies starting out i suggest picking one and focusing on it until you master it...

    Then move on to the next one

    Cheers,

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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    I guess hire SENUKE guy to make you a full camp and go to sleep is not a bad idea after all
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  • Profile picture of the author paigelee
    word of mouth..and i believe email marketing still works for some businesses online.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    thats a pretty nice diagram, i dont think you left out anything.
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