Saturday, 8 August 2009

How to Get Free Website Advertising

Traffic is the most wanted thing in online business. Once you launched your site you have to optimize and advertising it to achieve a maximal result. There are many ways to advertise a website, some are paid and others are free. I usually use the free website advertising methods to advertise my site. And its work.

Now I will share some useful methods in free website advertising that work for me.

1. Collecting more back links to your site by commenting in other related blogs. Leave a useful comment for the author or other readers. Search engine not only count the number of your back links but also the quality. Commenting in a high PR do follow blogs will give you a quality one. So, start your search to find high PR so follow blogs and start your free website advertising.

2. Be a member of some online forums that related to your niche. Take your time as a regular contributor to grow up your credibility and known as an expert in your niche. You can find more information from other members and get your advertising through your site URL in your signature, if you are an active member.

3. Offer a freebies such as e-book which contain some information regarding your niche. Take your consistent campaign by including your URL in it.

4. Provide a subscription form for your news letter. Collect your subscriber email to take the advantage of email marketing method.

5. Article submission is other proven way in free website advertising. Share your knowledge through your article and submit them to article directory site.

6. You can register as a free member in some of B2B website if you sell a product. Take the advantage of free website advertising from them. Upload your product and leave your URL as a back link to your site.

1 comment:

  1. Just got my check for $500.

    Sometimes people don't believe me when I tell them about how much money you can earn taking paid surveys online...

    So I show them a video of myself getting paid over $500 for filling paid surveys to set the record straight.