Website traffic is among the factors used to determine how successful a site is. The general idea is that the more traffic your web site gets, the more successful it will be. The obvious question now is how do you get traffic? And what strategies should you use to attract them? Below are some of the best ways on how to drive traffic to a website.

What you’ve just read, is a quick overview of my baptism into network marketing. What may sound simple, was anything but. To begin with, I was a complete novice to the world of internet marketing. I didn’t know a squeeze page from a squeeze play, or an auto responder from an automobile. With my limited knowledge, trying to learn these things on my own, was very time consuming, and may I add exceedingly frustrating.

Search engines play by rules. Some are well defined others are kept a closely guarded secret that can only be guessed at over a period of time and a lot of experience. Sometimes it is difficult even for an expert to distinguish between the two possibilities.

Delegate if necessary. There is no need to be an expert in every aspect of online marketing. It helps of course but if there are others who can do certain things you can’t, then delegate. It may be better business for you to concentrate on some things and farm out other aspects of the work. If you have a brilliant web designer, let them do that while you pursue other things.

Initial, be aware many of the questions your potential customers have. This is the greatest resource of what material to write about. Simply put – you want to write about what your prospective customers want to read about.


Choose your tools. There are so many ways on how you can promote your high ticket products online without spending a single dime. You can use viral marketing, social media marketing, blogging, article marketing, and forum posting. If you do the processes right, these tools can offer you with the same amount of exposure (or even more) that you can get in using paid advertising tools like PPC advertising, search engine marketing, banner ads, and paid links.

Do business with those you know like and trust. I for one am guilty of buying from eTailers who have the best deals. But I only buy low ticket items from them, generally under $50.00. It’s best to buy high ticket items from eTailers that also have a brick and mortar locations.

So in conclusion if you are going to sell affiliate products, make sure you can get traffic, convert that traffic to a follow up list, and then monetize that traffic at the right stage. Speaking of monetizing, since Amazon only pays 4% commission make sure what you sell makes you a ton of money. This is probably my number one Amazon affiliate marketing tip I want to share with you.