The five places to get website traffic.
1. Search Engines
After make sure your site has the best search engine optimizers, add your website to the top search engines.
Submit here to add your site to Google.
Submit here to add your site to Bing.
Submit here to add your site to Yahoo.
This site allows you to submit your site to the web’s 50 top search engines for free and all at once.
DMOZ – the Open Directory Project
Once you are listed, check out the following options for generating website traffic and getting exposure.
3. Social Bookmarks
Use Social Bookmarks to your advantage!
My Profiles on My Favorite Social Bookmarking Services:
virtualitassistants on Delicious
FindingAnswers on Digg
darkbluesun on Reddit
FindingAnswers on StumbleUpon
4. Link Referral Sites
If you have a website and would like to generate traffic and get opinions on what you should change, then sign up for this service:
You, check out a few of there sites and leave them comments or suggestions and your rating goes up. Then others visit your site and leave you comments and your rating goes up more! ( Unless you have a site that is irrelevant to the topic you posted it under, or it needs a lot of work. In either case, someone will let you know! ) Here are the requirements:
- visit 30 sites (they are grouped by categories.)
- review 5 sites
- post 1 post to their forum
- and finally choose one favorite
It e-mails you reports of visits to your site, it’s working great so far!
5. Random Dynamic Sites
So far, darkbluesun.com hasn’t received a lot of traffic from this site. But I think it is important to post due to the global traffic it generated for The XtremeBaking Blog – another site I run through Virtual IT Assistants.
As you can see, I made 12$ the first day because you get 10$ to start, but I haven’t been back. And it’s not really clear HOW you get your money! LOL, the only reason I am leaving it up is because of the 20 hits I got on the xtreme baking blog. . . It has potential, but if I never see my 12$ I won’t be surprised, but I’ll let you know. It’ll be a new post. . . SCAMS & Time Wasters!
I will keep you posted on the effectiveness of these little traffic generators so stay tuned . . .
Update May 28, 2010:
According to the Topix forum responses, VineFire is no longer available.
However, I am not going to delete this information in case anyone wonders why…
It was a SCAM! Not that they took any of your money. They just wasted your time.
Twitter traffic tools.
and many other social networking sites. Why Social Networking?
If you have any suggestions to add to this site, leave a comment and let me know! If you add value to this site, you will get the credit for it and we will link to your website or blog post that is relevant to the material.