Get More Website Traffic
What is website traffic?
Website traffic is the term used to describe the flow of visitors to and from your website. It includes some simple information, but answers important questions. For example, how many visitors has your site had? What pages had the highest amount of visitors? Where did they find your site?
Ready to find out more about website traffic, and how to get more of it? We’ve put together an easy to follow guide on the subject below.
Why care about web traffic?
Web traffic can be a good indicator of your website’s health & popularity.
Sales & Services
Traffic flow directly affects your sales. More traffic = more potential sales.
When you start getting traffic, it means people are interested in your products or services.
Getting More Traffic
Put in the work to optimize your site & be rewarded
Target only the people who are most passionate
Make interesting content, better than your rivals
Keep your site up to date and relevant
Share your site and be active on social media
Work with influencers to promote the site
Write for industry blogs and build your audience
Speak your mind and become the authority
How do I measure traffic?
All that is great, but how do you keep track of incoming and outgoing traffic? The best way to keep track is to let tools do the work…
Google Analytics is by far the most popular tool for measuring traffic, and it’s no wonder why. Google is the largest search engine & has access to the more data than any other tool. Just install analytics on your site and you’re well on your way to getting more traffic to your site.
Hotjar, Moz and Buzzsumo are some other tools you could use to improve your customer experience, find keywords & content for your site, and all 3 of these are great at what they do.
When should I get started?
If you want your site to be successful, you should get started getting more traffic and tracking your gains as soon as possible. If you’re not sure where to begin, or have any questions, please give us a call. We’re happy to help, so don’t hesitate to give us a call or submit a support ticket.
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