One of the most important tools to show organic traffic is google analytics. You can find this button in the top right corner of your website, or directly in your browser if you have google analytics setup.
This will open up a new window/tab showing information about your site’s performance over time. You can see how people found your page, what search terms were used to get to your page, and what actions users took prior to leaving your site (e.g., signing up for emails, placing an order, downloading a report).
You can track these metrics across all websites carrying your company name (any domain with your business name in it), as well as mobile devices and email apps. These are called “snapshots” since they take place at a specific moment in time.
If you want to understand which campaigns worked best, view the reports for each campaign. Here you can see which variations of keywords that you ran paid off the best.
By viewing detailed breakdowns of web behavior from your campaigns, you can better understand why some efforts produced results and which could use improvement.
According to an article by Colin Kollmar, organic traffic is defined as all website visits that don’t come from search engines or social media referrals. That could mean that your site has featured content related to what people are searching for, but it also can mean that you simply have a high-quality site that individuals are finding through recommendations or browsing random sites.
The benefit of organic traffic is that it’s free. Search engines pay for clicks, which means that even if no one is clicking onto your product links, they’re still paying customers.
Facebook Ads are a great way to drive targeted traffic to your website’s landing page and convert some of those visitors into buyers. They work by having designers create specific ad images that are then displayed to the target audience that you previously identified as being interested in your business’s products and services.
When designing these ads, be sure to use text that is relevant and positive, since this will help keep your content consistent throughout the entire site. Another important factor is their effectiveness. How well do the ads actually perform? Are users spending more time scrolling through them or doing what they were looking for? Make sure that whatever you put up now, that you’re not slowing down the speed at which people can scroll.
Although this is not usually considered as one of the tools, it’s very useful for attracting traffic to your website. By having group advertisements on other websites, you can promote them too.
This way, people who are already familiar with the product or service you offer may see your advertisement again and again. They will learn about your business from each other and share your ad with their friends and networks.
If you have an ecommerce site, you can also use a group advertising strategy to attract more customers.
It’s possible to track individual clicks through to your site via keyword-rich links in order to determine which methods produce the most traffic.
One powerful way to gain more followers is by creating comment conversations in forum formats. This works best if you have a few websites with lots of articles, since everyone loves a good conversation piece.
What happens when someone wants to know about your topic? They go onto the forums for support and help and find people who are having the same problem or question. Bring up a discussion around it and wait for some answers. You could even provide a link in your signature that leads to the forum being monitored.
You can make any number of responses as helpful as possible; however, keep this in mind: the better your answer is, the longer it will take to get paid. Some pay poorly for posts that take too long to produce enough income to offset time spent.