You can increase traffic from YouTube by creating YouTube ads, adding links to your description, adding annotation links to your video, or by getting other YouTubers to share your links on their videos. By creating a new video at least once a week, consistently and over the long haul, you’ll be able to drive more traffic back to your website. If you don’t have an audience yet, you can reach out to YouTubers with sizable audiences and ask them to become affiliates or pay their fee. This could work well in the short-term but it’s always a good idea to try to build out your own channels to lower your acquisition costs.
We’re almost certain that you’ve heard that adding a blog is good for SEO and driving traffic to your website, and that’s because it most certainly is according to research. Search engine “bots” are constantly scouring the Internet to index new information. By updating your blog regularly, these search “bots” know to come to your website more often. The more often these bots index new information, the better chances you have of your search engine rank improving. This can be a vastly different story for those who post everyone once in a while.
We’ve written before about how to get started with email marketing, and how to attract more subscribers to your list. Remember – if you’re using this as a tool to increase website traffic, you’ll want to include at least one prominent link back to your site in each email. You may even want to track those links, to see how effective your campaigns are at driving traffic.
There are many SEO tactics you can perform on each of your website pages to increase their rank in search engines and get more visitors. This includes producing high-quality content that your audience is searching for, and writing concise meta descriptions for your pages. The meta description appears below your URL in search results. Knowing what a page is about and what will result in a click makes users much more likely to do so. On-page SEO tactics such as these are free, but do take some time. For more help with on-page SEO, check out this blog post: Google Ranking Factors: On-Page vs Off-Page SEO.
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