"Submit your site to search engines!"
"Bid at pay-per-click search engines!"
"Publish a newsletter!"
These are the common website promotion cries. Indeed, my own
website promotion site states just that. There are other ways to
promote your site, however, that may well suit you and your
For instance, visiting newsgroups and joining discussion lists;
setting up joint ventures; affiliate marketing; or using online
auctions - all of these provide sensible, doable means to
promote your site.
Many well-visited sites are promoted each and every day, and
promoting little and often is really the key in the long run.
Website promotion is never over. I know it's dull to say, but
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I recently developed a FREE 7-day email course. It covers the
basics of website promotion (as you'd expect), but it also
provides new ideas, AND suggests a daily promotion schedule. The
email course covers topics like:
* Post a newsgroup discussion
* Swap links with other sites
* Write a testimonial
* Be an expert, have an opinion
* Start a joint venture
As I said, some familiar ground is covered, but there are loads
of other website promotion ideas too. I recommend that you click
the link and get day 1 of the course (but then I would, wouldn't
=> VISIT THESE WEBSITES
Or, if you're fed up with email courses and just want to visit
some websites, you could try these out:
* HitsNClicks - UK subscription based online marketing resource.
* Start Blaze - Drive traffic to your site using your Home page
* Internet News Bureau - Distribute your news release for free
* Affiliate Programs Guide - Use them to build traffic
* Make Your Net Auctions Sell! - Drive traffic to your website!
* The Free Site - Promote that Freebie resource here!
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There is always more to read about website promotion. And Web
Developers Journal has an excellent guide that steers you away
from confusion and information overload:
Unfortunately, website promotion is never over!
So it is important that you concentrate on those website
promotion methods that work best for you, and 'just do it' (to
coin a random phrase). Don't stop promoting, do keep a record of
your efforts, and never forget the basics. (And try and enjoy
About the author:
Steve Nash created a basic website promotion guide called How I
Promote My Website - http://www.HowIPromoteMyWebsite.com The
reason? To help him promote his website - http://ShopTour.co.uk
AND to help others promote their own sites. He is also editor of
the popular twice-monthly newsletter Promote! Promote! Promote!
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