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You have reached our page on getting more visitors to your website, we can only assume that your sole aim is to increase the number of people visiting your website..
Is that your real aim?
We ask because many customers we speak to start the conversation with things like, “How can I get more visitors to my website?” Or, “I want to talk to you about SEO,” or, “I want to rank higher on Google.”
Upon further exploration of their objective, we usually find that they see this just as a means to an end. What they really want is better online brand exposure, more sales leads and, ultimately, more sales.
If all you JUST want is more visitors, click this section and we will take you to the information on how to get more visitors to your website.
If, on the other hand, you want a better online presence, more leads and more sales, then read on.
You can achieve none of the above via your website if your website does not get any visitors, but you could also achieve none of the above if your website got hundreds of thousands of visitors a year.
It is essential that you are very clear about why you want to get more people to visit your website.
Getting More Visitors to Your Website
Improve brand awareness, exposure, and reputation
Get more sales-ready leads
Make more sales
Enhance customer service and interaction.
The act of getting more traffic or people to your website might help you achieve the first objective, but this alone will not really protect and fully enhance your online reputation. For more information on how you might achieve this objective, see our reputation management and repair page.
Optins 2 and 3 are largely the same thing: do you really just want leads, or is your objective really to get more sales or higher profits?
For either option 2 or option 3, you need to be much more precise in your objective. How many more sales do you want, for what products or services, who will you target to buy these services, and do you understand the personas of your best potential clients and how to find these clients? For more information on how to achieve these objectives, please see our page on Getting More Leads and Sales for Your Website.
For option 4, again, this is too vague of an objective; you need to understand exactly what customer interaction objectives you are trying to address. As an example, is it to deliver, get better presales, get better post-sales, or warranty information? Is the objective to provide a controlled chat and complaints system? There are many different possible ways you could enhance your customer experience and these objectives need considerable thought and quantification before commencing any work in this area.
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