This little secret brought me over 1000+ highly targeted new traffic with less than 60 minutes of my time invested in it.
Now, this is not like the traffic you get from pay-per clicks which dies off as soon as you stop paying.
This little technique of mine actually produces traffic that just won’t stop coming. The first time I tried it, I thought it was just a fluke. I tried it again and traffic went higher.
Then just to be sure – I did nothing for about 30 days and guess what.. the traffic did not drop. Infact the page rank of the sites I used this technique for went up.
So, the technique works and it is very simple.
All you need to do is write good articles. Forget about writing an “encyclopaedia” – short articles of 100 to 500 words related to what you do will work just fine.
Even if you cannot write articles or you consider it too much work, you’ll get thousands of very good writers who are ready to give you high quality articles. Try freelancewriting.com, elance.com …
Next, find keywords that are highly targeted to your websites and products and insert them intelligently into your article to create a flow of content. This makes your article an SEO (Search Engine Optimised) article. The object is to make your articles come up each time these topics are searched for online.
When you have done this, it is time to begin to submit your articles all over the web.
There are websites that will allow you to submit your articles for free. Also, there are sites and softwares that will submit your articles for you. Personally, I submit my articles myself and here’s how I do it.
I search for “article submission websites” in search engines and I sniff through these sites. I basically go for websites that have a page-rank of 4 or higher (Note That). Sometimes, I post in places where the page rank is less BUT I usually stick with a page rank of 4 or more.
Some of the ones I particularly like are searchwarp.com, ideamarketers.com, ezinearticles.com
I then submit my articles to all these places.
To cover all grounds, I usually want to know what’s happening to my articles, so I go to http://google.com/alert and set up an alert that covers the web and ask for a daily report.
All these usually takes me less than 30 minutes and then I sit back to watch what happens next.
The result is usually a stampede of traffic that floods to my websites starting not more than 24 hours after I have posted those articles.