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What Are All The Current Seo Off-page Strategies

Posted by viky.vigneshbe on 25 Points
Dear all,
I tried many off-page techniques but i didn't get proper result which I was expected. So please suggest me how to increase traffic to my site.
  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Accepted
    What did you try? How did you measure it?
    What was your offer? Who was your target audience?
    Did you increase traffic but not sales?
  • Posted by Gary Bloomer on Accepted
    Stop.

    Do not collect $200.

    How long did you try whatever you tried?

    What did you split test the variables?

    What did you change of the winning variables?

    How long did you test the winners?



  • Posted by viky.vigneshbe on Author
    I tried link building techniques such as bookmarking, classifieds, article submission, and so on.
    my target audience are foodies, traveler like.
  • Posted by Peter (henna gaijin) on Accepted
    The easiest way to get traffic is to buy it, using pay per click ads like Goole AdWords (now ads), Facebook Ads, etc.

    By-line articles are often quite good.

    Perhaps some banner ads in well targeted for you travel media.

    Improving your SEO for key words is also very effective.

    Keep in mind that not all traffic is created equal, so just looking to increase traffic may not actually impact your real goal (usually increased sales). For example, you could put a contest on your page, and once the contest tracking sites pick it up, you will get loads of new traffic, but these likely won't be people who would have any interest in your product/service (so would have few conversions to sales). So traffic would be up, but sales would not.
  • Posted by viky.vigneshbe on Author
    Thank you Peter
  • Posted by Shelley Ryan on Moderator
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    I am closing this question since there hasn't been much recent activity.

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