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How to Pick the Right Way to Promote Your Site

Post  jullysan on Wed Jan 12, 2011 12:56 pm

It is very crucial to pick the right way to promote your site or blog, basically you may have traffic coming from external links or through the search engines. For better profit maximization; small, medium or big businesses needs to utilize the free Google analytic tool to track blog or website traffic. After inserting the code on your blog or site and have a look that it is working properly, simply click the past month statistics, you'll easily see where your site or blog traffic is coming from. You then focus more on the traffic generation methods that are massively driving your traffic.

Likewise, tracking your ezine ads will surely help to check which one of the ads is driving targeted traffic to your site. Ensure that you are using only the good ones that are bringing back traffic to your site for maximum exposure of your business. When writing your ezine ads, make it brief with an attention grabbing headline that will lure your potential customers to click on the link to your site or business blog.

Again, if you've considered Pay per Click advertising as a way to promote your site, then wisely check for two things: Your Return On Investment (ROI) and your Click Through Rate (CTR). The ROI helps you decide how profitable your ad campaign is, and you can get it by subtracting the cost of running your ad campaigns from the total amount earned. While the CTR helps you determine when to rewrite your ads so you can increase the percentage of your site's visitors clicking on them.


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