Why No One is Visiting Your Website & How to Increase Website Traffic
When you look at website’s analytics and see that no one is even visiting your website, it can be pretty disheartening. It’s a moment when you may feel you’ve wasted your time. You say to yourself "all the time, energy, and money you’ve invested into your website has had no impact ?".
The fact is, there are a lot of people out there that want to connect with you and would visit your website.
Yes, they are online, researching solutions, and may need your very product or services.
The issue is not with a lack of people but the lack of a path.
Talk about the value you share on your website and make sure you have your website’s domain on printed marketing collateral.
When we build your website, we ensure that it is fast to load, responsive across devices and SEO friendly. So much of the normal , organic traffic will come to your website. Just ensure that you gave us the correct key words for your business , niche or industry
1. Create value and share them . ( through social tools like facebook pages, twitter , blogging)
There are many other social media tools that you will require. All these take time and effort
If you don't have time to do the above, then the next natural path is to spend money to get traffic. Welcome to the World of Paid advertising .
The biggest names here are Facebook ads and Google Ads
Many businesses are leveraging on the strengths of advertising on both Google ads and Facebook Ads, in order to achieve maximum visibility, increase leads and sales, and find new customers
1. Google Ads
Google Ads with its paid search based offerings, lets business owners target users based on the search query they enter on Google, also known as keywords. Primarily text based, these ads are aimed at showing relevant promoted results to users that can help them in their search further.
The Google Display Network, which offers advertisers more visual ads such as banners, spans approximately 98% of the World Wide Web, making it a great choice for advertisers who want to accomplish marketing goals that aren’t necessarily as conversion-driven, such as raising brand awareness.
2. Facebook Ads
Facebook Ads is a prime example of what is known as “paid social,” or the practice of advertising on social networks. With the highest number of monthly active users of any social network in the world.
Although advertising on Facebook can be thought of as similar to AdWords, in that advertisers using both platforms are essentially promoting their business via the Internet, this is where the similarities end. Unlike paid search, which helps businesses find new customers via keywords, paid social helps users find businesses based on the things they’re interested in and the ways in which they behave online.
Understand your website users to better evaluate the performance of your marketing, content, products, and more by access Google’s unique insights to help you get the most out of your data.
With Google ANalytics you get fast answers to questions about your analytics data, uncover insights about how your business is performing, and tap into sophisticated modeling capabilities.