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What is traffic generation?

13 Aug

Traffic is the main feature required in internet marketing. All online marketers struggle a lot to generate this online traffic so they can lead the brand of their business. you need to learn how to generate traffic. but before learning how to generate you should know what is traffic and what are different types .to explain you I will divide the traffic generation in two types ,broadly,

a) Organic traffic

b) Paid traffic

Organic traffic

this kind of traffic can also be referred to as a free traffic. this is so because you don’t have  to pay any money to generate this traffic. but it requires a lot of handwork from your side. this can be generated by placing messages in social networking sites,Facebook communities , YouTube,discussion forms.Articles and blog posts distributed online on blogs, article directories and other content sharing sites can be set up in a way using keywords, strategic titles, descriptions and keywords or tags so that the search engines can index and expose your content when searchers key in queries containing the keywords or phrases in your content.This allows your content to be shown in the listings given to searchers as they type in queries on Google, Yahoo, Bing and other search engines. This is yet another way to generate free, or “ORGANIC” traffic.

Paid traffic

this kind traffic is generated by paid advertising.It’s still the quickest way to get prospects in front of your sales message. Paid Traffic comes from ONLINE advertising and OFFLINE advertising.

online advertising consists of

  • PayPerClick ads
  • email advertising
  • paid banner ads
  • paid classified ads online

You’ll need to learn to generate both Paid Traffic and Organic Traffic in order to have a well-rounded and productive online business. The most intelligent way to plan and execute a traffic generation strategy is to begin by generating the quicker PAID TRAFFIC with direct and focused advertising campaigns. but besides that you should also take care of Organic traffic by putting up fresh content.

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What is organic traffic ?

9 Aug

Many newbie might not be aware of what does this term organic traffic means. here in this post I will try you make understand with this term and also make you familiar with this term

Organic traffic as a definition:it’s all the web traffic which is sent to your blog from targeted keywords which searched over the world-wide web using search engines like (Google,Yahoo.Bing,..) the best thing about this traffic is that it is free and unpaid .

It does not take any work from you to get the traffic to your blog.with proper keyword and SEO you can see the free traffic coming to your blog .

The consistency of relevant topics and new content will help your website rank better in Google an overall increase your organic traffic.its simple, the more the content your blog have the more you will be cached and more will be your organic traffic you will receive generating organic traffic is far from consistently update your blog with new and unique content.The less you update your article the less you will be pushed in Google’s index

and one more thing which I will like to share with you is about the term “tags” what are these.In brief I can tell you that it is like a sub headings in you book. so with every post try filling tags relevant to your post.

Best of luck and thanks for visiting!

How to Add Google Sitemap to WordPress.com Blog?

2 Aug

Most of the new bloggers are often wondering that how to submit a site or what is it..?

what are sitemaps.?

Site maps are a way to tell Google about pages on your site we might not otherwise discover. In its simplest terms, a XML Sitemap—usually called Sitemap, with a capital S—is a list of the pages on your website. Creating and submitting a Sitemap helps make sure that Google knows about all the pages on your site, including URLs that may not be discoverable by Google’s normal crawling process.

when sitemaps are usefull?

  • Your site has dynamic content.
  • Your site has pages that aren’t easily discovered by Googlebot during the crawl process—for example, pages featuring rich AJAX or images.
  • Your site is new and has few links to it. (Googlebot crawls the web by following links from one page to another, so if your site isn’t well linked, it may be hard for us to discover it.)
  • Your site has a large archive of content pages that are not well linked to each other, or are not linked at all.

how to submit a sitemap.?

  1. you need to have a Google account
  2. sign in with your Google id in  webmaster tools
  3. you will find an add site  tab add your website URL (http://your_blog_name.wordpress.com  for wordpress.com users).this is same for even blogs on blogspot.com
  4. then under site configurations u will find sitemaps click on it.
  5. then click on submit site map and then write (http://your_blog_name.wordpress.com/atom.xml)
  6. hit submits sitemap tab.
  7. and it finished your sitemap have been submitted

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What’s a Widget?

29 Jul

what are widgets?

have you ever seen a WordPress blog .that has some cool auto ponders or flashing advertisements.Widgets are similar to plugins as a matter of fact, they are much of plugins. You install them in the plugin directory and activate them from the plugin page in your WordPress Admin area. but it is different from plugins so here is the difference between them .widgets are mostly used to work in sidebars of your blog .you can directly drag and drop the widgets in sidebar. you can also rearrange them in your blog and as you want your blog to look. The first order of business for using widgets is that the WordPress theme you’re using must be “Widget Ready“. This means that the theme, itself, must be capable of using widgets. now a days you don’t have to worry about theme computability of widgets most of the themes are now  a days theme compatible. all these things mentioned above can be done through you WordPress admin area.Widgets are very handy for things like “Last blog post“, “Most frequent poster“, “Calendars or Pages“, and many other pieces of useful information.

The best way to learn about widgets is to try them out! Just navigate to your blog’s admin page and click on “Appearance –> Widgets”. Then start adding WordPress widgets to your sidebar(s) and see what effect they have.

here is the link you much more about them

http://en.search.wordpress.com/?q=widgets

How do they work?

The provider of the widget creates the code so it is completely self-contained. It can be added to a website where it will work immediately, without the user needing any knowledge of how. This enables those building their own website to extra functionality very quickly.

What Types are available?

There are so many available that it would be impossible to provide an exhaustive list. But the following should give you an idea of the types you can find.

like as mentioned earlier widgets with show you recent post and many more you will find in your admin area under appearance.

There are vast libraries with every gadget imaginable. To see for yourself simply type “Widget” into any search engines and you’ll find pages of companies who provide them, usually for free.