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What is the best way to get free website traffic?
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I joined an affiliate program and I need people to see my page so they can join too. Any one with good advice? Website traffic or any other way to promote my program?

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One Response to “What is the best way to get free website traffic?”

  1. superhotsturvs says:

    1. Video Presentation: One of easiest ways to promote your website is to do a video of what you want to promote with the link your website link. Post your videos on YouTube, Google video or 5min. Posting a video does not cost you anything. They are all FREE on those sites. These websites are very SEO friendly and you could a tonne of traffic getting ranked in the first page of Google. All just because you took the time to do a quick 5minutes video. If you have never done a video before and do not know how to go about it, you can download CamStudio. CamStudio is a screen recording software tool and it is free. If you need to edit and arrange the video you can use window movie make and get the editing done before you upload.

    2. Write an Article: Write an article about something you are promoting. Post them on article directories like ezines and GoArticles. In return for adding valuable content, you allowed to add your website link in the resource or bio box at the end of the article. The more articles you write the more links you have to your website. So, it is important to committed at writing articles to article directories (maybe write one article a day ) so you can make the most out of this free marketing method.

    3. Submit your Article on Digg: besides article directories, you can expose your article to an online community of Digg addicts looking for something new on Digg.com. Once your article is complete, join digg. com and post your article there.

    4. Google Groups: This is both free and drives highly targeted to your website. Join Google groups and find the Google group closest to the what you are promoting or mostly related to your website content. Join the group discussions and where appropriate direct them to their website link.

    5. Twitter: Twitter conquered the world in 2009 and it is becoming one of the fastest growing communities. Ignoring Twitter could cost you dearly. Twitter is free to join and once you build thousands of followers, You can easily drive instant traffic by just promoting your website link on your twitter updates

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