There’s a lot of leaky sites out there but they don’t need a plumber.
Leaky web sites are bad for business and bad for your affiliate commissions.
You see it can be hard to keep content coming and it’s bad to have an affiliate link in every blog post or page.
That’s not natural to the search engines or to people.
What you must do is think of your site like a funnel.
You write your content and it attracts traffic from all over the place.
You’re getting long-tail keywords, forums, blog comments, the search engines and social shares.
The more content you have, the wider your net and the more traffic you’ll get.
Thing is that traffic is hitting all your pages. Some that sell but most that are simply pure, quality content.
You have to funnel the traffic, from the content to where it counts. Fortunately it’s very, very simple.
Like I said, you have to funnel the traffic, from the content pages to where it counts. The following steps will make that very simple.
First you need to identify your money pages.
The ones that pre-sell a product, do the heavy lifting and are the BEST at getting clicks through to your merchant or vendor.
These are your sales force, your Queen Bee.
You make sure this pre-selling content features prominently on your sites navigation.
It’s above the fold and obvious for everyone to see. You guide as many visitors to these as possible.
You also need pages that capture the name and email of your visitors not just pages that link to a merchant or vendor. You need to build your list while you are selling.
Both work using this technique.
You need to get all your content, the pages, posts and articles linking to where you want the traffic to go.
The content works like a spider web, it grabs and holds everything that comes to your site.
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This is an example of how you get all your content, pages, posts and articles linking to where you want the traffic to go.
You write an informative article on Golf gadgets that save you strokes on your game.
In that article you send them to another article that pre-sells an eBook that improves your golf swing.
You are not selling on every page or post and your site becomes a big web, a big net where the content captures the traffic and the links send your visitors to the most relevant information.
Your site has become a big web where the content captures the traffic and the links send your visitors to the most relevant information. What next?
From there they get sent to your money pages.
Your site becomes a mini-internet in itself, catching, collecting and directing traffic towards the most appropriate content and the best products to buy.
It’s not hard but it does take work.
Just don’t make the classic mistake.
Sticking affiliate links in every page, post and article.
Be clever, add value, offer information, lead, guide and help your visitor find the info they want and the product that gives them the benefit they are looking for.
Now that you know how to stop your leaks you need to get targeted traffic. You can do that, with no expense using the No Cost Traffic Income System.
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