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​How To Increase Website Traffic Without SEO? 14 Easy Ways

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Some starter ideas on generating non-Google or non-search engine traffic. The topic comes up fairly often.

 

 

 

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Absolutely these are the better ways to increase your traffic without SEO, Before that if you could writing the quality posts and videos that are interesting to visit your readers would make it more easy and effective. 

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Isn't Quora a bit like Yahoo answers, where if they sniff out that you're self promoting, even if the link is VERY relevant and helpful, they delete your post?

Never happened to me :) I try to follow few simple rules when answering there: 

 

1. Answer on the question - don't post anything just to get link 

2. Provide correct answer and real advice 

3. Combine answers - if you want your answers and profile to look more natural you should combine those with link (only when it's relevant) and without link. 

 

Plus, you can have link in the bio section so both answers can bring in traffic assuming they are good enough for readers. :)

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Already using 7/14  :) My favorite: guest posting and LinkedIn groups. I'd like to add something that's not on the list - Quora. It's simple, free, easy and real traffic booster. 

 

Linkedin is pretty good for B2B business but for B2C I have not seen that it works very well so when it comes to social the sites that are best depends on what you are selling and who you are selling it to.

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Linkedin is pretty good for B2B business but for B2C I have not seen that it works very well so when it comes to social the sites that are best depends on what you are selling and who you are selling it to.

 

Facebook is better for b2c but even so it is hit and miss depending on who you are targeting. 

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Facebook is better for b2c but even so it is hit and miss depending on who you are targeting. 

 

I have found that Facebook works best when you can really dial into a specific demographic. When doing a "general" niche or product it does not seem to work that well (at least for me).

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There are myriad ways to increase your traffic, but its the relevant traffic that matters. What's the point of having 10000 unique visitors a day when you convert less than 1% of those visitors? In my experience, serious buyers almost always Google things before making a purchase decision unless they are impulse buyers, in which case, Facebook can be immensely useful.  

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There are myriad ways to increase your traffic, but its the relevant traffic that matters. What's the point of having 10000 unique visitors a day when you convert less than 1% of those visitors? In my experience, serious buyers almost always Google things before making a purchase decision unless they are impulse buyers, in which case, Facebook can be immensely useful.  

 

Good point about the conversions, traffic does you no good if you can not convert it to sales. 

 

However there are millions of purchases a day where the buyer does not involve Google at all. As of Sep of last year 55% of online shoppers went directly to Amazon bypassing Google entirely that is up from 44% the prior year and I would not be surprised if it is even higher now. So no most buyers do not go through Google. 

 

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There are myriad ways to increase your traffic, but its the relevant traffic that matters. What's the point of having 10000 unique visitors a day when you convert less than 1% of those visitors? In my experience, serious buyers almost always Google things before making a purchase decision unless they are impulse buyers, in which case, Facebook can be immensely useful.  

 

I am going to echo Danniel on this one. Good point about conversions but there are lots of ways to drive traffic and customers to your site that do not involve Google at all. I have an ecommerce site that only gets about 25% of its sales from Google.

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So it seems to mostly social media and paid ads in the article. Are any of you getting non google traffic from other sources?

 

Yes but they generally take more time. Q&A sites are a pretty good place to pick up some traffic if you are in the right niche. The LinkedIn questions section was awesome, I picked up quite a bit of business there before they dropped it. 

 

You should look up Matt Woodward's Buzzbundle tutorial it is worth the time. I would search for it for you but to be honest I am feeling pretty lazy today. 

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Never happened to me :) I try to follow few simple rules when answering there:

1. Answer on the question - don't post anything just to get link

2. Provide correct answer and real advice

3. Combine answers - if you want your answers and profile to look more natural you should combine those with link (only when it's relevant) and without link.

Plus, you can have link in the bio section so both answers can bring in traffic assuming they are good enough for readers. :)

Good advice. The problem is too many people try and take shortcuts and do not put enough thought into their posts and answers. Then they blame the site or method for not working instead of themselves. Edited by Damsu

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Yes but they generally take more time. Q&A sites are a pretty good place to pick up some traffic if you are in the right niche. The LinkedIn questions section was awesome, I picked up quite a bit of business there before they dropped it. 

 

You should look up Matt Woodward's Buzzbundle tutorial it is worth the time. I would search for it for you but to be honest I am feeling pretty lazy today. 

 

 

I think this is the one

 

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Thanks guys I will check it out. 

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Yes but they generally take more time. Q&A sites are a pretty good place to pick up some traffic if you are in the right niche. The LinkedIn questions section was awesome, I picked up quite a bit of business there before they dropped it. 

 

You should look up Matt Woodward's Buzzbundle tutorial it is worth the time. I would search for it for you but to be honest I am feeling pretty lazy today. 

 

I checked it out. Is it worth buying at $200, that is fairly  expensive?

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I checked it out. Is it worth buying at $200, that is fairly  expensive?

 

Well $200 is not really all that expensive but yes I think it is worth it. If you are willing to wait get the free version so you are on their mailing list and you will see a discount around the holidays at the end of the year. We have a fairly recent thread where this is discussed but I honestly have no idea which one it is. 

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I checked it out. Is it worth buying at $200, that is fairly  expensive?

 

Yes it is as long as you plan on using it everyday. Do not buy it if you are not willing to spend an hour or so a day with it as it will be a waste of money. 

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Good point about the conversions, traffic does you no good if you can not convert it to sales. 

 

However there are millions of purchases a day where the buyer does not involve Google at all. As of Sep of last year 55% of online shoppers went directly to Amazon bypassing Google entirely that is up from 44% the prior year and I would not be surprised if it is even higher now. So no most buyers do not go through Google. 

 

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That is both impressive as well as a bit scary if you are selling physical products somewhere other than Amazon

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