80 Tricks of Getting Traffic and getting visits to your website: PART 6

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 51 - Syndicate your material.

Syndicate your material to other sites. Create a content syndication feed (RSS feed) and include a link to your site. Use PHP instead of Javascript to ensure search engines read their headers and links.

You can also syndicate your articles or tips using an available script due to a well-known programmer, Will Bontrager.

You do not have to have a blog to publish your material via RSS.

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 52 - Position yourself as a personality or an expert.

If you position yourself as a personality or expert in a specific field, you will enjoy a whole series of advantages, being one of the most important that can help you get links without having to ask for them. It will also build trust, which helps encourage people to shop on your site.

Positioning yourself as a personality or expert - or both - is much more challenging than building an anonymous mini-site, but the rewards can make it worthwhile.

It is also a way to ensure the future of your business, because it makes your site stand out over the hundreds or thousands of other sites in your niche.

Once you start getting some publicity, people who write books or articles will want to interview you. The resulting publicity leads to more interviews ... it has a beautiful snowball effect.

This is an article by Matt Bacak that contains some tips:

Become a Recognized Authority in Your Field - in 60 Days or Less!

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 53 - Create a high profile on

This advice is for the authors.

Authors can enroll in Amazon Connect and take advantage of Amazon's millions of visitors. If you do it correctly, you can create mentions in dozens of different sites that will go to a page that links to your website.

Create a blog Create a Profile. Check books. Create a "Listmanía" list.

"Tag" dozens of keywords, creating lots of traces to your Profile, which has links to your sites.

Authors with at least one book for sale on are eligible to participate in AmazonConnect.

Explore the tremendous possibilities. It's free.

To learn more about the program and enroll, visit

Here is an example - profile of author Bob Baker.

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 54 - Combine joint ventures and email captures.

The authors of electronic books make joint ventures (companies or joint agreements) with website owners and publishers of newsletters, not just to sell products, but also to get a huge increase in visitors to their website and collect email addresses.

Consider how most ebook authors make joint ventures.

They write a book or create a product, contact a few dozen newsletter publishers by giving them a copy to review and ask them to promote the book for a generous part of the benefits.

Depending on the quality of the presale and the sales letters, 90 to 99% of the people who arrive at the site will leave without buying anything.

What an awful loss of so hard earned traffic!

The most cunning sellers will create an email capture page or NameSqueeze.

Give a free report that is useful, or a mini-course. If visitors want it, the only way to get it is by giving the email address.

Your free report or mini-course promotes the book.

It's extra work, but this technique captures many more email addresses (to get more repeated visits) and increases the number of sales.

John Reese uses this technique brilliantly to promote his newsletter and CDs.

You can see it in action here.

I am an enthusiastic subscriber because I want to closely monitor what John does.

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 55 - Try offline advertising.

Try to experience offline advertising, in newspapers and magazines in your niche. Tempt people to answer, offering a free report or a mini-course.

You are likely to have a better return on investment if you concentrate on collecting email addresses, rather than trying to sell directly on the first page of your site.

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 56 -Put a link in the "sources" of Yahoo! Answers (Yahoo! Answers).

In Yahoo! Answers, the people who respond provide free answers.

Answer some questions. In your answers, you can list "sources" (links) for more details.

The "questioner" can vote for a specific answer such as the "Best Answer" and that answer is given special prominence Other users can also vote.

If you click on the "Report Abuse" link and review the available categories, you will see that "ads" are prohibited. However, I have recognized some affiliate links put as sources.

Instead of putting an affiliate link, I think it would be more useful - and natural - to link to your own website, perhaps to a page to sign up for your newsletter or to a page offering a free report.

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 57 -Get eBay links.

Open an eBay account and on your "About Me" page, link to your website.

Read the eBay link policy before creating your page:

Some affiliates also create special reports that contain genuinely useful information - and affiliate links - and sell them on eBay, usually for a very low price, such as a dollar or so. I have no experience with this. You must conduct your own investigation.

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 58 - Get AdSense links.

Did you know that AdSense has an Adsense Help discussion group?

You can go there, answer some of the questions and provide a link to your site at the end of your message.

Some people offer genuinely useful answers. Others only put a few words as an excuse to present the URL of their sites.

You don't need to be Einstein to imagine which method is most effective.

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 59 - Post thoughtful comments on blogs.

Dave Taylor of says:

"Add thoughtful comments to your discourses. Sometimes, when appropriate, link to your own articles, but at other times add your own comments simply to participate in the discussion and, yes, gain some visibility in your market."

Selfish legions distort this advice and add crap to blogs, polluting the global village. Where is it in tar and feathers when we need them?

Web positioning advice and increased visits # 60 - Add ‘sticky’ content.

Sticky content, says Wikipedia, is website content:

"... that has the mission of getting a user back to that particular website. Webmasters use this method to build a community of regular visitors to a website."

Chats, forums, web mail, Internet games, weather, news, horoscopes and recipes are examples of this type of content.

This is a HUGE topic. Try a Google search for "sticky content."

This technique works brilliantly for most websites.

Look for opportunities where you can encourage people to add free content to your site.

On the other hand, remember that this content is not just words. They can be photos, audio and video.

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