Two Insanely Simple Marketing Strategies That Will Get Traffic To Your Site Virtually Overnight
Hey guys and welcome back to my site. Today I wanted to share a quick overview of two of the most under utilized marketing strategies that are available to you today.
As a matter of fact, it's probably the reason that you are here or even found my site. I honestly can't take the credit for these as they were taught to me by my mentors. It was these two marketing strategies that launched their business into the stratosphere.
Why do they work so well? It's simple. Because with them you are focusing your efforts on highly targeted sites that are relevant to your niche.
The strategies we are referring to are Forum Marketing and Blog Hopping.
Forum Marketing is as simple as finding niche related forums in your specific area of interest and going to work in them.
Going to work means that you are going there with the intent to deliver serious value or experience with that community. By you focusing on helping them, it in turns gives you credibility and exposure in that community.
The key is that when you are spending your time their, don't be spammy and trying to blast your link all over the forum. They will identify your objective really quick and your time there will be short lived.
It's just not tolerable and the group won't let you get away with it.
Even though we call this strategy a free one, it's really not. It will require lots of your time. But, if you're short on funds for paid ads, then this one strategy will be your best bet if you're wanting to attract targeted traffic back to your site.
Secondly, there is Blog Hopping.
It too will require lots of your quality time in order to get any significant results from it. The same intent should apply. You are going to go in these blogs with the intent to help the blog owner through value based commenting after you have thoroughly reviewed their information or post.
What's your objective?
Find quality high traffic blogs that are relevant to your interest and stake out there. You shouldn't overwhelm yourself trying to follow a multitude of blogs, but just a handful that as I mentioned gets suitable traffic.
Make sure that it's an active blog where you see the blog owner putting out constant updates and the web visitors interacting with him or her through their comments.
The likelihood of your comment being seen is high, but the likelihood of them clicking on your link will be even higher when you are contributing immense value to the blog post.
What is immense value?
It's potentially sharing a different viewpoint or perspective totally different of course than the original blog post. In a sense, the commenting portion of a blog allows you to make a mini blog post.
Kinda like a tweet.
What does this blog hopping and commenting really create for you? Why should you spend so much time doing this?
Every post you make creates a path back to you and your content. The more you put out there, the more paths you can create.
The beauty of it is that they are out there for years to come and will be there to leverage long after you've moved on to a different strategy.
These two strategies are tailor made for those who have a very low budget, but have a lot of time. They also better position you to create a quicker know, like and trust factor for those who you are attracting back to your site.
We've grown to learn that when you have people who are familiar with you, there is a better chance of you converting them into opt ins or leads and even sales of your product, service or opportunity.
Give it a shot. I promise you, there won't be any disappointment if you put your best foot forward and really look to provide as much assistance as possible with your post or comments.
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