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Are You Ready For The Busy Season?
By: Deanna Mascle
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  • Are You Ready For The Busy Season?
  • Set Your Traps...
  • Trap Line Maintenance...

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    Are You Ready For The Busy Season? - Set Your Traps...

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    Set Your Traps

    Setting your traps means making sure that you have a good Internet marketing strategy already in place or in the process of implementation. This means making sure you have a good network of backlinks for your site or sites and that you are continually working to add more. You should also work on other ways to attract search engines and drive traffic. My three favorite methods of attracting visitors are ezine and email marketing, article marketing, and blogs and RSS feeds however when I need a quick influx of traffic I will ad pay-per-click into the mix.

    Bait Your Traps

    Baiting your traps means checking your web sites and blogs to make sure they are working correctly, fully optimized for search engines, and user-friendly for human visitors. Now is the time to add some new content if you haven't done so in a while. Now is the time to freshen your design or organization to make the site more attractive and user friendly. Remember, while attracting visitors is essential, if your site or blog doesn't keep those visitors long enough to take some positive action (signing up for a newsletter or making a purchase) then that traffic is useless. Brainstorm to come up with fresh ways to add content and special features to make your site both interesting and useful.

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