You have a beautiful website but few people are looking at it. You ask yourself, how can you fix this? Where do I begin? Here are a few basic issues you need to examine.
Are your keywords are right for your website.
While you may be using popular keywords you may be competing with better, larger, and more popular sites that are already using them. There may be too much competition for the words you are using. Try using more specific keywords, called long-tail keywords. That way, when someone searches for a specific phrase, which will be less often than the most popular shorter keywords, you may be one of the few names that pop up. For example, you sell cookies and you are using “cookies” and “chocolate chip cookies” for keywords. Try a more specific and less common long-tail keyword phrase such as “make home-baked chocolate chip cookies” or “recipes for chocolate cookies using healthy ingredients”.
Your content is poorly written.
Take a good look at your content. Web surfers often have a short attention span. Make your paragraphs short, to the point, and interesting. Use a vocabulary level the majority of people can understand without having to resort to a dictionary. If the words are too long, pedagogical, people may not understand what you are saying. Readers will get bored quickly and stop reading.
Research your topic sufficiently so you build credibility. Use links to sources. Backlinks contribute to the SEO value of your blog. Using a good SEO plugin and actually following its suggestions can be your best friend in writing good content.
You are not promoting your site.
As of January 2021, there were over 1.83 billion websites on the Internet. That is a lot of competition. In addition to all the hard work you have already put into your website, you will need to promote your business. There are many ways to do this, some are free and some require payment.
Buying website traffic is one way to promote your site, but even here nothing is automatic. First, you need to know what type of people are interested in your content, products, and services. This will require marketing research. Just blasting your website with people who have no interest in what you offer will not work. Buying traffic by age, interests, location, language, or gender are some of the important things to consider. Traffic Adder offers you all of these options. We offer targeted traffic from almost any country in the world, as well as any state in the USA. You can choose from over 300 different niches of interest. Simply set up a detailed plan, determine how many unique visitors you wish to receive, buy the traffic, then measure how it works. You may need to try several different types of traffic to find the one that pays off the most. Just like other forms of marketing, buying website traffic is an art as well as science.