Natural Link Building, Best Cheap Traffic
Cheap web site traffic is every online marketer dream, which some fulfills and many can’t. Why so many people fail to get cheap website traffic for their blogs and websites?
What is that one thing that guarantees solid web traffic for one person while leaves others panting for it? Social bookmarking? Blog commenting? Forum participation? On-page optimization? Great content? Niche keyword? Community building tools?
What is that one thing?
Well, the answer is all of the things mentioned above are important in getting cheap website traffic, but I would be fair and will choose only one thing that is very important, and that one thing is the natural link building tool kit. Everything that we have discussed above combines to form the natural link building tool kit.
There are more to this tool kit than we have seen above. I will be listing some of the most remarkable natural link building tools that every marketer should use if he or she wants to get continuous flow of search engine traffic to his or her website.
Natural link building tools for cheap web site traffic:
- Social bookmarking tools – Digg, StumbleUpon, Folkd, Del.icio.us, reddit
- Social networking tools – Facebook, MySpace, Orkut, Twitter, Plurk, Ident.ca, Friendfeed, linkedIn Bebo
- Blog commenting
- Forum participation
- Article writing
- Press release submission
- Guest post writing
- Yahoo Answers & Yahoo Groups participation
- Google Groups participation
- MySpace Groups participation
- Website directory submission
- RSS feed directory submission
- Blog directory submission
- Technorati submission
The nature, purpose, and use of each tool are different. If Digg can be used as a shout box to talk about the recent updates then forum participation can be used to establish yourself as an authority in your niche, whereas, twitter can be used as means to get cheap web site traffic by keeping our tweeter followers informed about the recent changes in the website.