Creative Tips to Bring More Visitors to Your Website

“How do I get more visitors to my website?” This is a question businesses are asking daily. Typically, this has nothing to do with your website’s quality, especially if it was professionally designed. Instead, there’s one thing every marketer understands and every website owner must also learn. Read on. . . .


Creative Tips to Bring More Visitors to Your Website

The online world is an attention economy. Attention is finite, and therefore scarce. So if you want people to pay attention to you, you need to earn it.

~ Kiyara Sharma, Quora

For this reason, creativity is a really important part of marketing. With it you have four tips for attracting more visitors to your website:

Create an amazing blog.

This is the type of blog you update often with meaningful content that’s written with a compelling headline, bullet points, and useful information.

Give away some of your best work for free.

According to Tim O’Reilly, “Obscurity is a greater threat than piracy” because if people haven’t heard of you, they won’t rip you off or pay for your work either. So, use a creative commons license and give away a chapter, free report, video, design template, or a few images but keep the really good stuff for them to buy from you later on.

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Borrow someone else’s audience.

Instead of starting from scratch, write a high-quality guest post for a popular blog in your niche. This is your chance to make a really good impression and attract these readers to your own blog and it’s not even unethical. In fact, you’ll receive many thanks for your guest post from the blog owner themselves.

Circulate your content on social media.

This is a great way of finding new followers for your blog. Don’t just share your own content, share other people’s content as well.

While none of these tips are “quick fixes,” they offer cumulative benefits. As such, you’ll continue building on to your business with every step you take. If you need help understanding how this works or putting it to work for your business, contact us. We’re happy to help!

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