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Not only does increased website traffic increase revenue. Increased internet traffic can help you grow your company, add more products to your range, open more locations, and create new services and products. Below are some ways to gain more website traffic for your company, organisation or business.
Add keywords to your content optimization
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Another free tool you can use to monitor how frequently your website shows in search results, which search terms bring in the most visits, and how frequently people click on your site in search results is Google Search Console.
Create compelling, top-notch material
Send emails containing your webpage link
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While they might not attract many new website visitors, these might be an effective approach to attract customers who are already familiar with you, promotional emails are also a category of email that draw attention to particular discounts or events. Promotional emails can also be used to highlight recently posted films, services, or goods.
Increase your backlinks from reliable sources
Maintain active social media accounts
- Post content across all of your social media platforms (blogs, e-books, white papers, infographics, videos, etc.)
- Respond to followers’ comments, repost their content, and tag them in your posts to engage with them.
- Use appropriate hashtags.
- Whenever new content is published, update the link in your bio to promote it.
- Change the cover photo to highlight fresh content and tag any relevant influencers.
- To get visitors to click the link to the material, include alluring details from it.
- Respond to inquiries from other people and include connections to your stuff.
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