How To Get More Traffic to Your Website

by Mike Levin

There was a Digg article today about the decision-making process for deciding whether to upgrade to Windows Vista. It reminded me exactly how effective a flow-chart can be in helping you decide a course of action—in this case, how to drive more free natural search traffic to your website. So, I took a few minutes to throw together the flowchart of how to get more traffic to your website using HitTail. This chart should have been there since day one. I’ll ask my team to pretty-it-up and work it into the site more appropriately.

With the Overture Keyword Inventory tool imploding, people are going to be increasingly researching keyword tools to fill the vacuum—so, the time is right for this chart. Happy keyword hunting and traffic building!

Update: This has been turned into a formal How to HitTail flowchart.

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{ 5 comments }

Anonymous February 8, 2007 at 5:30 am

Bloody brilliant! Why you don’t have a clean version of this flowchart on your homepage is a mystery. A lot more people would get it if you did.

Cleveland Carole Cohen 3C February 23, 2007 at 11:49 pm

This was clean enough for me at the moment, the chart looks like my brain lol. My new goal is to hit 100 pages. I have 30 posts in a month, will try for two posts a day in next two weeks. I do have to say that Hittail is already working for me, new as I am. I find the quirky long tail words fit into my posting plans and believe it or not, no one comments but I have already had two phone calls from readers. I’m pysched. Thank the hittail gods.

Mike Levin May 11, 2007 at 11:25 am

Carson, you have to contribute to the discussion, and not merely make a grab for OUR traffic.

Mike Levin July 16, 2007 at 1:38 pm

Carson, sorry, try again. First perhaps read my article. Say something thoughtful in response. And try to keep your ebook promotion to, say, 30% of your overall post.

Mike Levin July 26, 2007 at 12:46 pm

A is a cleaned up version of this traffic on how to get more traffic.

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