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Now that 2010 has arrived, it is the habit of many people to make a resolution for the New Year. While many people focus on self-improvement, some opt to make resolutions about their business. Usually this involves a resolution to increase their revenue for their online business.
But did you know that it is actually quite easy to increase your online revenue?
The trick is to drive more traffic to your Internet business(es). As you know by now, more traffic generally means more money.
No matter what type of site you have, your success hinges on getting as much traffic as possible. But like many online business owners, you have probably exhausted many sources for increasing traffic.
Recently I have found three incredible ways to drive more traffic to your site. The good news is that all these methods are not being done by many webmasters.
So if you want to increase traffic for 2010, be sure to use each of the following three traffic-building mechanisms:
1- Data Feeds
Do you like the idea of creating hundreds, even thousand of pages of legitimate content?
With a data feed, this is possible.
Many online businesses utilize data feeds as a way to help their affiliates. If you are not familiar with this concept, a data feed is file that contains a list of products, descriptions and prices for individual items that are sold by a company.
With a data feed, you can create a specific content page for each product. So if an affiliate program has thousands of products, then you can create thousands of pages of quality content. As you probably know, the more content usually leads to more traffic.
Data feeds are great for getting natural search engine traffic because they list specific products that people are looking
for. If you can find a data feed that is related to your specific website, then you can easily generate more natural traffic for your online business.
2- Viral eBooks
Another tool that can dramatically increase your website traffic is a viral ebook or report. Most of the time, a viral ebook is a PDF that people send to their contacts, which contains your marketing message. It is called viral because every person that receives the ebook is given a reason to pass along your material.
Before starting a viral marketing campaign, it is important to create a reason why people will want to pass along your marketing message. Some of the best reasons can include simple greed or a desire to provide entertaining information to their friends. If you can develop a hook that will take advantage of either of these, then it will be easy to create a successful viral marketing campaign.
What I usually do is create a special 5 to 10 page report on a specific topic. Then I find an affiliate program that is related to the topic. Then I create a mechanism where people can easily brand this ebook with their own affiliate link.
This type of viral ebook is valuable because you can place a mini advertisement or sponsorship on every copy. In addition,
you can let the reader know that he or she can make money by offering this viral ebook. As a result, there is a chance that every person that reads the book will click over to your site.
By now, you have probably heard about the power of blogs. If you haven’t created one, then you should use the New Year to take advantage of this traffic pulling tool
With blogs, you are providing your audience with fresh new content about your topic. People love to read them, because most
blogs contain new information in an entertaining and easy-to-read format.
The best part about blogs is how much they are valued by search engines. The majority of search engines consider any information on a blog to be important current news, so they pay special attention to articles listed there. As a result, you can use blogs to drive a larger portion of traffic to your Internet business.
For 2010 you should make a resolution to get more traffic to your site. By implementing these three tools into your marketing mix, you will discover that your web traffic (and income) will dramatically increase.