This one is so obvious, we’re going to look at it first. Paid search, social media advertising and display advertising are all excellent ways of attracting visitors, building your brand and getting your site in front of people. (change to make better/change to fit new conditions) your paid (success plans/ways of reaching goals) to suit your goals – do you just want more traffic, or are you looking to increase (changing things from one form, state, or state of mind to another), too? Each paid channel has its pros and cons, so think carefully about your goals before you reach for your credit card
2. Get Social.
It’s not enough to produce great content and hope that people find it – you have to (act to prevent problems before they happen). One of the best ways to increase traffic to your website is to use social media channels to (help increase/show in a good way) your content. Twitter is ideal for short, snappy (and tempting) links, whereas Google+ promotion can help your site show up in decorated (with a personal touch) search results and seems especially effective in B2B special places/good jobs.
Headlines are one of the most important parts of your content. Without a forcing/forceful/interesting headline, even the most complete and thorough blog post will go unread. Master the art of headline writing. For example, the writers at BuzzFeed and Up worthy often write upward of twenty different headlines before finally settling on the one that will drive the most traffic, so think carefully about your headline before you hit “publish.”
4. Invite Others to Guest on Your Site
Guest (writing on a shared online page) is a two-way street. In addition to posting content to other (shared online writing pages), invite people in your special place/good job to (write on a shared online page) on your own site. They’re likely to share and link to their guest article, which could bring new readers to your site. Just be sure that you only post high-quality, original content without spammy links, because Google is cracking way down on low-quality guest (writing on a shared online page).