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WEB DEVELOPMENT

Where traffic really comes from
By: Robert Nixon
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    2007-06-02

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    Your last and best option is to use software specifically designed for this job. This is the fastest, most reliable and accurate method. All you have to do is select the right software package and everything else should take care of itself. This field is very new and currently very few packages exist that offer enough intelligence to do the job correctly. I use SPIDER FOOD.

    There are many other ways that people use to find new sites, such as following links on other sites, reading about sites in magazines, hearing from friends, etc. But no matter what other methods they use, they almost always use them in addition to using the search engines, especially when actively trying to locate new information. If there was one thing you could not eliminate from a site's success driver and not ruin it, it is most usually its traffic from the search engines. No other method of marketing is so powerful, effective, and affordable to the majority of sites on the Internet. In fact, it is virtually free.

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