5 Guaranteed Ways to Bring Massive Traffic to Your Offers
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You did it! You created your winning offer, you priced it perfectly, and you’re satisfied with the value you’re giving your clients. However, now that everything’s in place, you notice that there’s one essential thing that’s missing—customers and clients.
Having the perfect package or offer can’t help your company. It doesn’t matter if you have the most premium value in the area or have the most enticing products in the world. If no one is there to purchase from you, it doesn’t work.
So, today, I’ll be talking about five guaranteed ways that can bring you massive traffic to start selling your amazing offers too.
Advertise your product or service.
Paid advertisement or otherwise, sometimes, the most obvious solution is the right one and advertising are one of those cases. It’s a working business model so use it—it’s already tried and tested.
The only difference now is how you advertise your product or service. There are many ways to accomplish this—through social media, website advertisement, even finding people to sell your products (or services) for you by offering them affiliate bonuses.
The fact is, advertising has always been a driving force of sales since the inception of business itself… if it isn’t broke, why fix it?
But remember, there’s a big difference between a paid advertisement and free advertisement. It’s a big argument with lots of pros and cons for each side.
Implement modern SEO techniques on all your content.
Whether that’s your blog, website, vlog, even videos—SEO plays a big part in the modern age today.
It’s big, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. To keep it straight to the point, SEO is like a library card. If it’s sorted out well, you can find the book faster and easier compared to other books. If you haven’t figured it out yet, the “book” is your product or service.
The internet is like one big library, and the one effective way for people to find you is to have great SEO. This can come in the form of better keyphrase writing, better copy, or writing content that’s relevant to your audience.
And you might have noticed that I used “keyphrase” instead of “keyword”. That’s because people search in phrases instead of just words. And since the inception of SEO, many things have changed. Search engines keep changing their algorithms to keep things fair for everybody. It’s up to you to be able to take advantage of this system and get your company in everyone’s faces.
Show people your human side.
People don’t buy your products because it’s logically the best quality or because it’s what they need. People buy you before anything else.
When going out, let’s say, to withdraw money from your bank. Would you rather talk to a real teller or an artificially intelligent teller program? You’d probably pick a real teller because they can answer queries that a robot can’t. Customers buy things with emotion—not logic.
Focus more on mobile utility and user-friendly UI.
This might sound a bit daunting, especially if you aren’t friends with tech, but having a user-friendly experience for your customer can increase your sales too. Have you ever experienced purchasing something online but decided not to because there were so many menus to go through or too many things to click before finding what you needed?
With that scenario in mind, I’m sure you agree with me when I say that if your customer can’t order your product or service in a few minutes, you lost that customer.
Create a reason for your customers to come back.
Some entrepreneurs focus more on closing the deal, getting paid, and moving on to their next client. This isn’t particularly a bad method of selling, but these days, when there are tons of competition in every industry, it’s best to make a business model that utilizes repeat business instead of a one-time offer.
A little over 540 thousand new businesses are made every month in the US alone. Out of all those, there are probably around ten thousand companies that have the same product or service as you. If you settle with one-time deals with your clients, what do you think is the probability of getting another client like them?
Create a reason for them to come back instead! There are many ways to do this—subscription-based services, a monthly product sent to them, or even keeping your products updated depending on the season. This way, you’ll build trust as a brand and get customers purchasing from you all year round.
To summarize, there are many ways to bring in new traffic to your business. Some easier than others, while some methods can be a little more complicated.
If you’re looking to increase your traffic even more without having to do any trial and error, I get 3.5 million views on Pinterest alone with modern-day social media techniques that you could probably use if you want a more organic audience.
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