Affiliate Buzz #260 – How to Build Web Traffic to 1,000 Visitors Per Day!

In this edition of the Affiliate Buzz audio newsletter James Martell, successful publisher, speaker and author speaks with wife and co-host Arlene Martell discuss how to build web traffic by adding ongoing regular content that your visitors want and need.

Anyone that owns and operates a website can appreciate the need for traffic to make their business succeed and if you've been around a while you can appreciate the challenges beginners face when trying to generate that traffic. But working up to 1,000 visitors a day is a realistic goal and one that is easier to reach than most would think.

Building traffic begins with understanding how to attract visitors to your site, get them engaged and keep them coming back. James and Arlene talk about step one in making that happen, setting a plan to add daily content to your site.

Don't let the term daily get you nervous. Building web traffic through daily content can be as simple as setting a schedule and sticking to it. Arlene walks you through a simple process of assigning content Monday through Sunday without having to bog yourself down with an excess workload day after day.

Once your schedule is in place James jumps in with tips for engaging your visitors in a way that gets them talking and sharing your content online through social medias and bookmarking networks. You'll hear strategies on choosing topics, keeping interest and building out comments once they begin.

An of course with any online industry every webmaster needs to consider the search engines. You'll hear tips on building out content that pulls in the search engines as well.

Covered in this edition:

  • Building web traffic through daily content
  • Setting a schedule for ongoing content
  • Writing for the visitors and the search engines
  • Tips for getting your visitors talking in the comments

Knowing how to build web traffic is as simple as understanding what visitors want, how to give it to them and how to attract the search engines. Listen to this edition of the Buzz for practical tips for all three.

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  1. John Ogrins says:

    Hello James and Arlene...

    This was a really helpful Buzz! I'm working on thinking like a publisher so that good content will flow steadily into my site.

    In one part of your message, you spoke about Mondays will be for Lifestyle types of articles. Can you explain a little about that term Lifestyle?

    I would like to have interesting, informative, and entertaining articles created for my visitors but I would also like these articles to somehow engage a visitor to take another step of some kind. Perhaps sign up for my newsletter or to read a review that I may have posted.

    Are we not ultimately running a business? To stay in business, even to keep up with regular expenses, requires some sales to be made.

    What is an idea or two that you may offer?

    To Your Continued Success...


    • James Martell says:

      Hi John, yes thinking like a publisher is important. You are also right in your thinking that it's important to have a goal in mind for the visitor within each page you are adding. It could be any one of a number of things:

      1.) Clicking through to your merchant to make the purchase
      2.) Signing up for your newsletter
      3.) Clicking on a Google AdSense ad
      4.) Etc.

      As for a lifestyle article in could be about community living, family, travel. etc, It truly is what it says it is an article about "lifestyle".

      In your case with the eCourseClassroom, I see lots of opportunities for lifestyle articles. I would think most people who are looking to go back to school are doing so because they are looking to improve their lifestyle.

      A lifestyle article is typically a great place to display Google AdSense ads because they are not generally promoting a product. Here's a few headlines to illustrate:

      - Gardening – Yep it is Exercise
      - Family Time – Create a Family Game Room
      - Adding Activity Into Your Life – The Easy Way

      And your question "Are we not ultimately running a business?" is a good one. This is why we should always be thinking about ways to monetize the page, which I can see you are doing.

      Keep up the good work.



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