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Web site promotion: increasing sales by getting more web site traffic

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If you are running a commercial web site, you will increase your profits by (1) getting more web site traffic and (2) converting more visitors into customers. This Marketing Magic service covers the first topic.

Web site promotion - getting more visitors to your web site - involves just three steps:

  • Making your web site search-engine-friendly. This means constructing your pages in such a way that, when a search engine visits your site, it is more likely to rank your site higher than your competitors.
  • Submitting your site to the search engines. Which ones, and how frequently should you submit your site?
  • Monitoring the ranking of your site. As with any marketing activity, when you do something, you need to measure the effect of your actions. Did it work? If so, do more of the same. If not, ditch it and try something else.

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