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How To Dodge Your Own Traffic Accident
By: Justin Langlois
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    How To Dodge Your Own Traffic Accident

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    In my experience on the Internet, I have come across some major traffic disasters.I would like to point to some of these out to you and show you how you can avoid them and drive targeted traffic to your site.

    Accident #1: Do Not Rely Solely on Search Engines

    Search engines are just one small part of driving traffic to your site on the Internet. I have spoken with tons of people who think driving quality traffic on the Internet is based upon how well they rank in the search engine.

    You may do well momentarily, however, when the search engines change their formula your site may take a nasty fall. The formula I am talking about is known as an algorithm. Algorithms are used in search engines as a means of determining To how well your site ranks.

    Avoid this traffic disaster and you’ll be well on your way to driving traffic to your site.

    Accident #2: Do Not Forget About Your Repeating Visitors

    It is always been the focus of other people to drive new traffic to their website… myself included. You may be so concerned with achieving better results that you forget who actually helped you achieve success.

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