Can I Get Free Traffic to My Website?
"Can I get free traffic to my website?" is a common question I hear. To get seen, you need to get traffic.
Ask nearly anyone who runs an online business what their biggest struggle is “more traffic.”
- You need traffic to build an email list.
- You need traffic to make sales.
- You need traffic to fill your coaching programs.
The big question is, where do you get all that traffic?
Of course, you could buy ads, but if you aren’t careful, you might just fill your list with less-than-ideal audience members and that will do nothing for your sales.
You could focus your time and energy on search engine optimization but unless you have years to build your business then SEO should not be your top choice.
Good thing you have other options. In fact, there are three good, free options to explore.
Be a Guest
Everyone needs content. It’s the one thing that remains consistent among all content creators—there is never enough. That’s where you can help.
By guest posting on other coaches’ blogs, you can “borrow” some of their traffic.
You can’t simply regurgitate old content and send it out in a dozen directions though.
To get the best results, you’ll want to:
Find an Established Person in Your Niche to Partner
No list? Here’s a quick way to “borrow” someone else’s list to kickstart your own - Schedule a free event with a partner.
This is how it works:
This is a win/win for both of you, as you gain the traffic while your affiliate gets a bigger payday. Just be sure you have a good funnel in place so that your new list members can benefit from all that you have to offer.
Want to really show off your expert status and bring traffic back to your site, too? The easiest way is to get on the interview circuit. Just like authors with new books and actors with new movies, coaches and service providers can get in front of new audiences simply by answering questions about what they know.
There are still plenty of opportunities out there for coaches and consultants in every niche.
Research for Speaking and Interviews Opportunities
Begin by reaching out to your colleagues, online networks, and podcast hosts, and blog partners. Let people know you are interested in opportunities to grow your reach online.
Your goal is to find various ways to drive traffic from these free methods in this article. Social media is always a great area to begin putting yourself out there and active in your groups. Get seen and get traffic.
This is a super-fast way to boost your traffic even when you don’t have many followers yourself.
So the next time you ask yourself, 'how can I get free traffic to my website', remember these proven ways to grow your reach.
In other words, use it to grow your reach, boost traffic to your products, services, and website or blog, and, most importantly, improve your numbers exponentially.
Your turn - please tell us how you plan to increase traffic for your website and business. We would love to hear what works for you. Please leave a comment below.
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