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    #21 RicoY

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    Posted 28 June 2017 - 10:58 PM

    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. 

     

     

     

     

    Thanks guys I will check it out. 



    #22 Raul Longshore

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    Posted 29 June 2017 - 10:27 PM

    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?



    #23 _Richard

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    Posted 30 June 2017 - 02:55 PM

    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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    #24 DannielD

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    Posted 30 June 2017 - 04:19 PM

    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. 



    #25 kokoathome

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    Posted 02 July 2017 - 06:28 PM

    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. 

     

    https://www.recode.net/2016/9/27/13078526/amazon-online-shopping-product-search-engine

     

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



    #26 Damsu

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    Posted 03 July 2017 - 02:10 AM

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


    Amazon may have a very big piece of the pie but it is a huge pie so there are billions of dollars of online retail business that is not done on Amazon.

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    Posted 04 July 2017 - 01:43 PM

    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. 

     

    This looks to be the thread  https://trafficplanet.com/topic/11271-2017-link-building-strategy/?p=108816



    #28 Raul Longshore

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    Posted 12 July 2017 - 02:33 AM

    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. 

     

    Good point I try not to do that but I have to admit there are a couple of tools I have paid for but did not end up using much

     

     

     

    Thanks I will check it out. 



    #29 DannielD

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    Posted 16 July 2017 - 10:00 PM

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

     

    Even with Amazon sucking up half there is still a lot of business out there to be had and the number is growing. Think of all the brick and mortar stores out there. Walmart does $400 Billion in sales which is way more than Amazon does and there are a huge number of other retailers selling stuff. A good chunk of that business is moving online so plenty to go around.  



    #30 _Richard

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    Posted 17 July 2017 - 03:16 PM

    Even with Amazon sucking up half there is still a lot of business out there to be had and the number is growing. Think of all the brick and mortar stores out there. Walmart does $400 Billion in sales which is way more than Amazon does and there are a huge number of other retailers selling stuff. A good chunk of that business is moving online so plenty to go around.  

     

    The online retail market is growing fairly rapidly at the expense of the B&M stores. Retail chains and malls are closing down on a regular basis and that is going to continue for the next few years at least until only the strongest chains are left. I know other than groceries most all of my purchases are done online and I am not the only one as it is becoming more common. 


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    #31 navalgupta

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    Posted 19 July 2017 - 01:07 PM

    social media optimization is the best to drive traffic on website. I tried SMO on one of my website related to  local seo and web development and i got valuable traffic without seo.



    #32 kokoathome

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    Posted 20 July 2017 - 06:51 PM

    Amazon may have a very big piece of the pie but it is a huge pie so there are billions of dollars of online retail business that is not done on Amazon.

     

     

    The online retail market is growing fairly rapidly at the expense of the B&M stores. Retail chains and malls are closing down on a regular basis and that is going to continue for the next few years at least until only the strongest chains are left. I know other than groceries most all of my purchases are done online and I am not the only one as it is becoming more common. 

     

    Good points. Does anyone know what percentage of Amazon's sales are made by third parties on their site rather than Amazon itself?



    #33 Jeffry Self

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    Posted 13 August 2017 - 10:38 PM

    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. 

     

    https://www.recode.net/2016/9/27/13078526/amazon-online-shopping-product-search-engine

     

    Well that has to be scary for anyone doing ecommerce. Now that Amazon is going hard after the grocery sector I expect there are going to be bodies falling all over the place in the next few years. Margins on groceries are very low to start with and you know Amazon is going to make that even worse. 



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    Posted 20 August 2017 - 11:42 PM

    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. :)

     

    This pretty much covers it for your link building in general. Put some effort into it and your links will stick and do you some good. Post just to post your link without making an effort to be useful and your links will be removed and you end up with nothing. 



    #35 TracyMiller

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    Posted 21 August 2017 - 03:33 PM

    You're the best to share such a helpful post. I surmise that Social Media is the best place to accumulate movement. :)







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