5 Tips to Get More Visitors to Your Website

A website without visitors is basically an online diary and online diaries do not make money.  Whether you are looking to make money or deliver a message your efforts are useless unless you have a way to drive traffic to your site. If you are in the market for more views on your site try these tips to get more visitors to your website.


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1. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

SEO has been seen as the holy grail of gathering site views for some time now and though that may not always be true it is one of the best ways to get people to your site.  SEO stands for search engine optimization and it basically breaks down to one or more keywords that bring your page to the top of a search list.  Making sure that your website and blogs are search engine optimized is one of the most important ways to increase your viewership.

2. Position Yourself as an Expert

SEO can only get you so far; to really cement increased viewership you need to position yourself as an expert in your field.  This will keep people coming back as well as telling others to check out your site.  If you are really good at what you do it may even get you some attention from other prominent sites and the media.

3. Network

No matter what line of work you are in it never hurts to network.  When you are dealing in web traffic networking can make a big difference. Linking with an established website or a couple up and coming sites is a great way to expand your reach while helping some other entrepreneurs on the way.

4. User Interface

If you want to increase your views you better have a site worth looking at.  SEO is not based on keywords alone and search engines will notice when people do not return to your site.  Keep visitors coming back with an easy to use interface along with a beautiful design that makes your site look professional.

5. Be Unique

In the internet era it is pretty easy for anyone to start a website; if you don’t set yourself apart you are setting yourself up for failure.  If you want to bring more people to your site you need to offer information that no one else has offered before, or at the very least offer it in a way which has never been offered before.

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  • By jayson joe 20 Feb 2015

    This article is by far the interesting one I have ever come across. Great theory and presentation.
    paul anderson

  • By Adam Young 10 Mar 2015

    And not having an ability to identify by name those web site visitors and how they are engaging with your content is like having invisible customers at your retail store. You wouldn’t know whether to talk to them about ladies lingerie or men’s suits. Today there are tools for providing such critical insights helping firms increase their message relevance and understanding what marketing campaigns are working and which are not.

  • By Scott Michelson 10 Mar 2015

    Will, Thanks for sharing the list, I’d add, send out an email blast to all your connections on LinkedIn and clients, etc… it will provide a quick increase in visits and provide your connection with a better working knowledge of what you do.

  • By Jon 11 Mar 2015

    Great post, thanks for sharing!

  • By John from DOZ.com 11 Mar 2015

    For us: SEO and social media. Blogging is so important to drive uninterrupted traffic. Content scheduling is also crucial: http://www.doz.com/content/scheduling-blog-content-important

  • By Tamara Beck 12 Mar 2015

    I am also curious about how businesses “monetize” their web presence, and their success with these programs. Anyone wishing to share their experiences with me is encouraged to do so.

  • By Lauren Schlicht 16 Mar 2015

    I have had some success and now that Google are assigning specific advisers to accounts, so even small biz like mine ($500/mo) can talk to the same person to tune up ads, it is helping (Prior to that I would talk to different people who had differing and sometimes contradicting ideas to up my click through) I am starting to retarget people who have been to my website – like large companies. So it will be interesting to see how that works.

  • By ปั้มไลค์ 07 Jun 2020

    Like!! Great article post.Really thank you! Really Cool.