If you’re like many people, you’ve spent a lot of time or money on your website, and you get three or four visitors a month, one of which is your mother.
Almost every client since I started building websites in 1995 has asked how to get more visitors. I’ve researched it for years, and the answer is clear.
My most successful client had a website that went from just a few visitors per month to over 14,000 per day. Another website received 375,000 unique, targeted visitors in the first six months. You probably won’t have the same level of success, but your website could also surpass those numbers.
The answer is not search engine optimization. SEO used to work well. A moderate amount of SEO is still useful, but generally brings disappointing results.
The magic is in social media marketing combined with what I call ‘positive eccentricity.’ Imagine a post on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter that catches attention because it’s cute, interesting, or so unusual that everyone clicks their ‘like’ buttons, emails friends, and so on. That post could go viral overnight, being seen by literally millions of people. If that post carried a link to your website, you’d have a lot more visitors.
However, getting a post to go viral doesn’t usually happen. It takes persistence. With social media, one can post as often as one likes, until a post breaks through. In the meantime, the less effective posts can still bring moderate increases in your website traffic, and each is a backlink, helping to raise you in search engine results.
You can do it yourself, and I’m glad I was able to set you in the right direction.
But, if you don’t want to spend the time, or if you’re not as creative, or don’t know all the little tricks, you may find with my experience, I can do it better.
I’ll make targeted, positively eccentric posts linking to your website. Each will be uploaded to at least four major websites, such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn. I charge $30 per post. You can have me build as few or as many as you like. It might be one a week, or ten a day. Obviously, the more posts, the more likely your success will come sooner and be greater.
I guarantee nothing. Every post won’t be amazing. The last piece of the puzzle was resolved in late 2018 and I’m still learning improvements. This experiment may yield little of significance, or it may boost your business to an unbelievable level. That’s why I call it an experiment, but a low-cost one that could be amazing.
It’s a super-affordable experiment because there is no long-term contract. You can start with only a single post, although that’s not recommended. It’s better to stick with it a while, allowing time for a great breakthrough. The choice is yours. You may also want to contact me soon, since I’m guessing my schedule will fill quickly.
To get started, just give me a call, text me, or drop me an email.