best ways to get your website known?

  • Lgame
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Post 3+ Months Ago

what are the most efficient ways of getting your website known?
  • digitalMedia
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Having a site with worthwile, original and ueful content (that hasn't been duplicated a few million times) that is accessible to your target demographic.

Once you've got that much, basic marketing will get your site known. Know your audience and get in front of them.

If your content is lame and useless, all the marketing (and internet trickery) in the world won't help.
  • George L.
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@DM, I'll second that.
  • Lgame
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i have the original/ worthwhile website..so whats next
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Do you know who your audience is? Can you describe them/he/she/it?

What type off content are you trying to promote?
  • Pof
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Put your web site to your own profile signature. People see it and will check out your site.
  • Lgame
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its for everyone, with special perks for entrepeneurs and corporate america.
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Well, if your target is that broad and if it involves "walk-in" business (e.g. One user signs up at a time), I would say an equally broad campaign of television ads, print ads, direct mailings and internet ad placement would be in order. You would also want to try for some broad based media coverage by having major publications report on your initiative as news.

If the point of sale was a larger one (e.g. A company signs up all its employees at once and writes you a big check), you would want to target certain people in decision making capacities as well as hire a knowledgeable sales force to go pitch your product person to person.

Otherwise, if your talking about a FREE grassroots type of effort, you're going to have to work VERY hard to get in front of anyone who will listen and hope that word of mouth propels you to name recognition.
  • dapezboy
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Get yourself on the first page of google (in top 10)
From google alone, I get maybe 100 unique visits per day.
  • grishamist
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Optimize your site. Just do SEO works.
  • eautocad
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I agree, you need to have quality content. The more you can get your page to serve a function of the internet rather than a facet or niche the better. Good luck figuring out functions, because they only come around every once in a while according to technology waves.

Besides quality content, you need to understand how statistics work with link building. Learn what pagerank, alexa traffic, technorati blog reaction, and backlink counts mean and how to interprit them individually and wholesome by monitoring other sites that are similar and keep an eye on their stats using third party nomenclature.
  • Robin007
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You should optimize your site. Add your web address to your forum's profile signature. Put unique, descriptive and memorable domain name.
Exchange links with high page rank sites, etc.

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