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Any Internet marketer knows traffic is the lifeblood of all online business ventures. Just because you build it, doesn’t mean they will come. Building traffic alerts people, and the search engines that a website is on the Internet. Without traffic, there are no buyers. Without buyers, there is no income, and without income, there is no business. Even if you’re not directly selling a product, solely making money on ad clicks, without people there to click the ads, you’re not going to earn any income.
This eBook will walk you through the basics of traffic methods you can use, both free and paid, to drive traffic to your website. None of these methods are guaranteed to bring you millions, and none of these methods will present overnight success. No matter how you cut it, Internet marketing takes hard work, and will not bring you instant riches.
In this book, I’ll discuss various free and paid methods of building traffic and their advantages, as well as a bit of information about how you can use each of these to expand your business. We’ll also cover how to make sure you’re getting the most from your paid campaigns, to ensure you’re getting a good return on investment (ROI.) Free vs. Paid Traffic
You don’t have to pay to advertise your website and bring traffic to it. In fact, there are a number of methods, namely social media related, that enable you to drive traffic to your website for free.
However, free of monetary investment doesn’t truly mean free. Something many Internet marketers forget is that time also equals money. If you’re starting out on a small budget, you’re going to have to invest more time to get your business off the ground, but at some point, the time you spend becomes just as valuable, if not more so than the actual money you’re “saving” by using free traffic methods. You’ll have to decide what the trade off is for you, and whether or not you can really afford to invest money into advertising.