Advertise online! Complex or simple?
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The internet can be a very intimidating place for people who want to advertise. It is growing at an astonishing rate, with tens of thousands of pages being added every day. Now you can see why this can be daunting. How do you gain traffic share? Your website, page or product will definitely be lost.
Not so fast. Online advertising can be very simple if you keep it simple. Don’t get ahead of yourself. Take it step by step and master each stage.
You probably already know what I’m about to share with you, but have you already perfected it? If you’re not taking this approach now, that’s great, you’re already off to a great start.
How to generate traffic for affiliate marketing for free. In fact, this method can be used to advertise pages, websites, links, businesses, products. You name it! Most online affiliate programs today just need to generate traffic. I’m an affiliate marketer and I’ve found this method is growing my business! It’s effective, simple and free. All it takes is your time.
I’m talking about creating a pool of information linked to your products. The pool consists of Squidoo Lens, blogs, social networking sites, and articles. All are free to sign up and easy to use. One of the great benefits of using this pooling technique is that articles, blogs, and shots stay fresh from each other, thus improving page rankings in search engines.
Start by registering at squidoo.com and creating your lens. Before creating a title, you should have checked to see if the title is keyword-rich. Take it a step further and research long-tail keywords that might have a niche for your product. example:
My product is a tube of aloe vera skin cream. You can call your lens with:
Aloe Vera Skin Cream
Or you could consider entering a niche market by:
How to Get Rid of Eczema with Aloe Vera Skin Cream
This is just a pure example, but it makes you think doesn’t it? The latter are what they call long-tail keywords.
Now you have your title and your footage is ready. Build your shots with rich content keywords. Make links in the content text module available for your products. Break your content into similar chapters and spread them across 5 or more text modules. You really only need the text module and the rss feed so you can dump modules like Amazon, eBay, YouTube (unless you have clips on your products!).
Make sure to use the health check feature to get the most out of your footage. This will gain search engine rankings and expose your footage to other lens users.
You’re doing great so far. Don’t put pressure on yourself with this because you will need to tweak it over time, so get the nuts and bolts of it done and keep blogging. You’ll also create a link from the lens to your blog! Keep your blog simple with one text module (post) and your own choices. Be honest and sincere.
Likewise, content is keyword rich to tell a story about your product. You can also add a blog RSS feed to your lens, which is why I said earlier to keep the RSS feed module.
So far you have a lens and a blog. Both link to your product, but only the lens links to your blog! Are you with me so far? These will need to be adapted and changed over time. Try to update every two or three days. Once updated, please use pingoat.com to submit them.
excellent! Now let’s continue writing the article.
There are many article websites out there. If I were you, I’d start with about ten, including EzineArticles and goarticles as your main articles.
Learn to write content according to the rules of the article website. EzineArticles is great for this as they will guide you on how to get your article accepted if it is rejected.
My first few posts got bounced several times right out of the gate.
The article should again use the title as a keyword. This will ensure that it is receptive to the target audience you are going after. Try long-tail keywords again. If you can try submitting one or two articles a day. I know it’s a bit much at first, but once you get used to it you’ll be able to clear it easily. Every article should link to your footage. You can view your footage as if it were a page capture, and the article is capturing the traffic sent to it. These links are inbound links, also known as backlinks. Once traffic starts using these links and your page gets clicks, it will also give it a better ranking in search engines.
So you see, this pool is so awesome that it can go viral. You have a constant flow of articles that bring in traffic, and the lens converts that traffic into customers. If you follow this and keep adding articles, keep updating and tweaking the blog and footage, and « pingoat » every time you edit, you will build a fantastic traffic.
Share links to articles, blogs and shots with every social network you can think of. Become a member of the new community and make yourself a new member.
Avoid spam at all costs! This is not the way to go. Anyone who makes money from spam will quickly discover that its lifespan is short-lived.
The information here is valid. Go try it yourself.
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Congratulations in advance and happy marketing!