Your New Traffic Strategy – Part 2 While this article will deal with social media, it is only a preparation guide for the real game which is really best described as your content marketing plan. Social media will be the fuel to drive traffic to that content and in turn…traffic to your website. Likes, citations, read more
There are two main components of your e-mail that will have the most impact on whether or not it gets read. The design/ layout of your e-mail and the content. Let’s take a look at each of these categories and see what we can do to improve your e-mail marketing efforts.
About six months ago I published an article Are Likes, Citations, and Mentions the New Links? in which I prophesied that links were being replaced with social signals and we had all better beware. In the meantime, it has come to fruition. Now, while we have lots of resources and had done quite a bit in this area, but it simply has not been enough…until now.
Here you will find testing and conversion strategies and tactics both proven from our many years of experience but also ideas and tests run by others for you to also try, all in the chase for higher conversions. You can double your income with the same amount of traffic so consider this area one of your most valuable learning centers.
There is a change coming on the internet that mimics search as it really was in the early days. In the very beginning, search was developed to find answers and there were more people with questions than truly authoritative sites with answers. Authorities were identified by a combination of competent, well-constructed content and testimonial-grade inbound links (essentially a trusted, quality link system).
This led to a culture of link-building and eventually deceptive link spamming, which eroded and eventually undermined the concept of trusted links. It can be really difficult to identify a purchased link from an earned testimonial-grade link. Simply put, spammer link camouflage is just too good that it fools an unaware internet user many times.