Your biggest investment will be your time whether you have money or not. Starting from scratch will take a bit more time but Rome wasn’t built in a day. Hold onto your dream. Believe that you will succeed. Be positive. With a mind set like that, you can accomplish anything you put your mind to.
Direct traffic is your first stop. Most social and content marketing will result in navigation to your site, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that others are getting the message. Remember that sharing your brand is up to your audience members. What mediums are you using that allow content to be shared when the audience navigates to your site? Many Facebook apps allow status updates (your friend recently read an article). Be sure that you incorporate apps to allow for indirect third-party sharing in order to get the most benefit from direct traffic.
To find the authority site in your niche or on any particular topic, simply go to a search engine, type in a keyword, and view the top 3 results that appear in the natural (organic, not pay-per-click) results. These are typically the authority sites for the keywords you entered.
Di wrote this book because she found out what a minefield it was out there. There is mass misinformation, re-hashed garbage and just plain “wrong” information. It’s virtually impossible to find reliable and useful information in relation to search engine optimisation.
Your bounce rate is pretty high. This is a sign that people landing on your site aren’t finding what they’re expecting so they don’t stay and this can hurt your rankings as well as leave you frustrated.
The other thing I wish I had known is to buy more bandwidth, email accounts and domains than you think you will need. 1GB storage, 3 emails and only 1 domain will get you nowhere fast and if you are like me you will max it out at the most inconvenient time.
As seen on tv you are very busy every day to work in your business. Since networking client calls to accounting issues of marketing ideas. Etc. You are probably wondering how your business will grow. This is a common problem in business struggle between working in your business and work at your company. The buzz of being busy and running at breakneck speed can be addictive. As seen on tv we bombed the speed of technology. We have an incoming call. Email, instant messaging, and calendar events popping up on your smart phone we literally kept us wired to the operation. The question is how many of these activities actually produce any income from them are really activities to generate income? yes they all can eventually lead to a sale or strategic alliance.
But, how do you have traffic, traffic great enough that makes a small portion of resulting customers enough to make a fair profit. Many big companies produce traffic of tens of thousands a day and a measly 10 to fifteen percent really buys, but that small percentage is enough to supply them with adequate business.