How To Get Traffic Effectively
How To Get Traffic Effectively – 5 Minutes With Charles #25. Do you want to know the best way to get more people to your website, blog, and offers? Maybe you’ve thought about ways to drive more views for your videos or landing pages. Or maybe you just want more online sales.
Direct Response Marketing!
Whatever the case may be, there is only one reliable and consistent way to drive more people to your website, blog, etc. Because SEO, blogging, links, and social media posts are all passive methods. So you need to market on a regular basis, driving those people to your offers and so forth.
Closed mouths don’t get fed
If you are not marketing regularly and driving that traffic directly to your offers, you’re missing out on a lot of potential sales! So you have to “open your mouth” to let people know about your stuff. And by doing so, you get the attention of those that have an interest, making the sales part easier.
But blogging, back-links, SEO, and posting stuff on social media is passive. In other words, people have to stumble upon your links or be searching for something that you wrote a blog post about. Because you are relying on people finding your stuff as opposed to putting your stuff in front of people.
How To Get Traffic Effectively: in summary
So the best way to make more sales or to get more customers seeing your products or services is put your offer in front of them. This is what is known as direct response marketing and it is highly effective. Because you are putting your offer in front of them, making it a lot easier for them to say yes to your offer.
Also, when you remove hurdles to your audience saying yes, you’re going to get much better results. Because you’ll get those yeses more frequently and you’ll get them consistently. But you have to actively ask for it.
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