Having just created your new website, it all too quickly becomes clear that launching a website is only the beginning. Towards the end of this article I have provided some vital tips and links for an immediate impact.
The real challenge we all face is driving the QUALITY TRAFFIC.
Attracting your customers and getting your website working for you!
After seeing a fair few Google Analytic accounts, you really do begin to get a good idea as to what is in fact going on out there…
40% of the traffic may come from the search engines,
30% may come from a social network,
10% may be direct traffic and perhaps 20% from referral websites!
The point is,the traffic is not coming from one specific place.
For the purpose of return on investment, the following marketing platforms are suggested simply because they work best:
Facebook, Linkedin and or Twitter
Find a good group/forum (Get involved)
Set up an email marketing account (Communicate)
Often people get overwhelmed when they consider the likes of Facebook, Linkedin and or Twitter.
The simple truth of the matter is, the world we live in communicates over the internet. Only recently I read a statistic that claimed we are exposed to advertising an average of 4000 times a day.
Meaning your marketing must “cut the mustard” and stand aside from the competitor.
Another very interesting statistic I heard claimed that a potential customer must hear of your brand at least “27 times before he/she will make a decision”. This figure is clearly ridiculous, nevertheless it should scream out the importance of email marketing!!!!
Remember with all these things. There is NO NEED TO REINVENT THE WHEEL. If there are concerns with setting up a facebook account. See what and how your competitors have done and look at other businesses online!
The key to the above is research.
Don’t just create a Facebook account and leave it. Rather interact, feed it, it may well be the making of your business.
Now for some vital tips and links to ensure you are getting those free back links and pushing your website in the right direction!
1)Write a good Press release and get it out to some free Press release websites. FREE BACK LINKS
2)Directories and niche Directories (FREE)
3)Submit Articles (FREE)
4)Submit comments on Blogs (FREE/ amazing)
5)Social bookmarking (FREE)
6)Build up quality back links (review your competitors)
Hope the above helps.
Until the next time.
The team at Uk best web marketing,
Web marketing Manchester
0161 798 4236