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Get Your Web Site Noticed!
By: Michael Rock
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    Not all web traffic is equal!
    One thing that you have to remember is that not all web traffic is equal! I added many pages detailing how to set up a SSL certificate on different control panels. Plus a FAQ page on SSL certificates and the details of the options you have for picking a SSL certificate. (SSL certificates are the things that give you a padlocked secure site for shopping carts and what not.) As a result of this I get MUCH traffic from people using the search engines looking for information on SSL certificates. At least a few hundred per month. This type of traffic generally already have a web site and are looking for instructions on how to install a SSL certificate they already have. I generally only sell SSL certificates to people that I designed their web pages for. It just makes it simpler for me. Although anyone is welcome to visit my site and purchase one for a web site somewhere else.
    So you can see how this type of traffic is not very beneficial for making me money, but I am glad that I can help the public out in some way. I also get a fair amount of traffic from software that can be downloaded from my site. And again this does not generate much business. But one thing to remember is that this type of traffic does make your site more known and remembered, and someone may remember your site when someone talks to them about needing this or that.
    How do you get web traffic that counts?
    To get web traffic that counts and to make your web site known to the public you have to market your site to let people know that it is there. After people know that your web site is there you will have a portal to your business where people can visit 24/7. It's like having a salesperson at your beck and call 24 hours a day, and having someone to sell your merchandise online 24 hours a day. In the long run with the right marketing plan this can really pay off, and here are some tips on how to do it.

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