Tweets on 2009-06-30


Tweets on 2009-06-29


How to Drive Massive Traffic to Your Site Used to


How to Drive Massive Traffic to Your Site Used to Sell Infoproducts without Using Trickery

Website traffic is a big issue that everyone online is aware of, but not everyone is able to control it. In a nutshell, website traffic is simply the number of unique visitors that go to your site; it can also be extended to the number of visitors who subscribe to your letter, click on your links, read your newsletter, download your wallpaper or screensaver, watch your videos, listen to your podcasts, or buy your products and services. The higher the web traffic you receive, the more people go to your site; the faster the translation of this web traffic into profits, the better your marketing mechanism is; and the lower your web traffic well, poor you.

Increasing your web traffic might also be especially tricky if you are selling an infoproduct. Many of the infoproducts sites out there have earned themselves a not too good reputation of being sloppy and too-good-to-be true. For instance, most infoproducts sites are simply long, long pages filled with text, promises, testimonials, and vague claims, all of which might add up to a scam. As a result, not too many people trust infoproducts, and will often refuse to click on links to infoproducts websites.

However, there are ways that you can change your infoproduct site in order to make it better, and in order to drive massive traffic to your site. This is possible if you stand out from the rest of the infoproduct crowd, if you do not conform to the standard of long and senseless web pages, and if you deliver what you promise.

First, chop your text down and have a great index page to show off to your potential clients. This means that you should take no more than three presses of your Page Down key to get to the bottom of each page in your website. This also means that your text has to be broken up into small and meaningful paragraphs that are easy to read. You must also have the right density of keywords and key phrases: once the search engines are able to index you properly, you will show up faster on search engine results and get more clicks from prospective customers.

Second, update your website regularly. Nothing tires prospective customers faster than looking at the same website content again and again every time they visit. This is why blogs are so popular: people see new entries nearly every single day, and such entries will often have new and interesting stories to tell. Learn from blogs by updating your site at least once each month, and by providing your customers with engaging text that will not promise a lot of money at the end of every sentence but will instead inform your prospective customers about what your infoproduct is all about. After all, if you want an infoproduct to sell, you need to be able to inform people properly and effectively, right?

Lastly, build relationships with your customers. Offer them free things on the websites, such as newsletters filled with tips, humor magazines, email updates, or a forum through which they can communicate with each other. Offer incentives for referring people, and give your customers free things for every successful referral. If you make your customers feel important, they will visit your site regularly and make you feel important too.

These are just a few ways for you to maximize your web presence and get massive traffic directed to your infoproducts site. If you use your power prudently, if you have good products, and if you have a great website, then you will certainly sell your products and gain profits.

Tweets on 2009-06-28


How to Drive Massive REPEAT Traffic to Your Site Used


How to Drive Massive REPEAT Traffic to Your Site Used to Sell Infoproducts without Using Trickery

Selling products online is a tricky business, on the whole. In the past, when people trusted each other and niavely thought that the Internet would be a marketplace full of goodness and integrity, there were many merchants and vendors who did not dupe their customers. But as time passed, people started to grow wicked, and they would sell far less than what people had bought. This started happening in nearly all aspects of online sales, from books that were purportedly designed to teach people to speak foreign languages in mere weeks, to coats that were purportedly made of the same material as those used in astronaut suits.

Today, anyone selling products and services online is not someone to be trusted easily, unless that person or entity belongs to a well-established marketing and product line that has long been online and long been certified as secure and safe. With the rampant credit card and identity theft happening online, who would easily trust salespeople anyway? This stigma is especially evident in selling infoproducts: some infoproducts websites are so laden with overbearing testimonials and too-good-to-be-true language, that people instantly turn away from the site and recognize a scam even where it doesnt exist.

However, there are ways for you to market your infoproduct and take people back to your site again and again. In fact, you can still make your infoproduct sell and get large profits from your efforts! You simply need to know techniques in generating repeat traffic to your website without using trickery: this means that you will not be regarded as spam or as a scam by major search engines, and you can end up making sales simply because you have engendered trust in your customers.

The biggest fault that many infoproducts sites have is that their websites are so poorly designed, they often occur as a single webpage through which people have to scroll several times in order to reach the very end. The rule that many skilled webmasters implement is that it should take you no more than three scrolls to reach the bottom of a webpage. Everything else has to go into side menus so that you can have a lot of space in each page for the eyes to rest. It is this whitespace that will make you have na edge over the other infoproducts sellers.

Have a well-designed website: segregate your content into menus, so that your customers can easily browse through your information and get the facts that they want. These can include special offers, prices of your packages, the information you will provide, who might need the infoproduct, and what your infoproduct contains. In addition to these, build your relationship with your clients by providing free stuff for downloads: these can include excerpts or file snippets from your infoproducts, a forum through which your clients and website visitors can interact with one another, and free downloads such as wallpapers and screensavers.

Moreover, have a monthly newsletter, or a weekly bulletin that gives clients useful tips related to your infoproduct. Be sure to advertise your infoproduct subtly, such as by saying that it will give your customers even more tips and related information that can help them get through a difficult or challenging period of their lives.

Free things can go a long way, so experiment with your websites look and what you offer. The key is to keep your customers coming back by making them need you. If they recognize that you can meet their needs, then you can rake in the profits much faster.