Small Business Creates Web Traffic Frenzy with Online Marketing Strategies

Want to explode your small business’ web traffic? How would you like to double sales? If you answered “Yes” to these questions, then you’ll want to use proven marketing strategies.

The fact is you can’t ignore content marketing.

If you’re not taking advantage of blogging for your business, you’re missing out on capturing and converting prospects into clients and customers.

If you’re not taking advantage of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google ads, you’re missing out on reaching your target audience. You’re missing out on giving your target audience the solution they need.

It’s possible for your business to make six-figures. But it may not happen overnight.

With time and perseverance, your small business can generate profits by using online marketing strategies.

Don’t be afraid to:

  • Become an *authority* in your industry.
  • Submit a guest blog post to a high ranking website.
  • Create a podcast and/or video series.
  • Ask your audience to *pay* with a tweet.
  • Get media coverage for your small business.

Whatever you do, please provide your audience with amazing customer service. If you don’t have excellent customer, it won’t matter if you market your small business.

Clients and customers want to be appreciated. Remember… they’re more than ATM machines. They’re human beings with real problems that need solving. Don’t be a jerk! Provide quality products and services and customer service.

Use Online Marketing Strategies NOW!

Choose one or all of the strategies listed below.

Test them for at least six months to one year.

Analyze data such as web traffic, conversions, call-to-actions, etc.

Tweak your strategies so they work for your small business. It’s through trial and error that you’ll find your sweet *online marketing* spot.

Here’s to your success!

27 Proven Marketing Strategies to Double Your Traffic in Under 30 Days
Crawford and O’Brien


Use the above strategies as part of your overall marketing strategy. Offline marketing techniques such as direct mail still work.

Over to you. Have you tried any of the above marketing strategies? If so, what were your results? Let me know in the comments below.

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  2. Great post Amandah and I absolutely LOVE the infographic. I definitely have taken advantage of almost all of these. I have yet to do any “real” public speaking. About six years ago I headlined a Pro-Life rally and spoke there, but that doesn’t count because it had nothing to do with my business and content development, etc.

    I also haven’t done a lot of social media ads. I’ve used Facebook ads and they work very well, but haven’t used any for quite awhile.

  3. Thanks Sam! The infographic is a good one, and I had to share it.

    Wow! You headlined a Pro-Life rally. To me, that counts. 🙂 It takes a lot of courage to stand in front of an audience and speak, especially when you believe in an idea, cause, or organization.

    I’m dipping my toes into the world of public speaking. I finished the first draft of a presentation, which is based on a book I contributed to, and I am working on two other presentations. My first presentation is a priority because I have the opportunity to present it to my local chamber of commerce next year. I LOVE public speaking and have thought about starting a blog about it. Many people drag on and on. Booorrring! Plus, half the time the presentation is a sales presentation, all fluff, no substance. 😉

    I’ve used Facebook and Google ads in the past, but I stopped. Perhaps I’ll create a Google ad, again. I have a couple of LinkedIn ads, but I need to tweak them.

  4. It was a while ago and I had a burning fire inside me for that particular cause. I haven’t done it since. It was scary at first, but once I started, I relaxed and flew with it.

    I’ve thought about joining the local Toastmasters here to get some practice with public speaking. I’ve heard a lot of great things about it and have talked to some people who’ve done it for years and loved it.

    I might try Twitter ads and promotions. I liked Kim Garst’s post about them and it inspired me to at least consider it.

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