Free Traffic For Newbies

December 9, 2013 @ 11:07 pm

Free Traffic For NewbiesEverybody is talking about a free traffic but no one has seen it. Almost a true story. In most cases so-called the free traffic is just trading a time for a money. You don’t have money to pay for the traffic or you don’t want to pay. Fortunately you have enough time for blogging, blog commenting, submitting articles, posting on forums, facebooking,… If you really have time, it works for you. All of these methods are time-consuming activities. Don’t forget: time does cost you. Time is money. You should commit your time to those activities the same way you would for any conventional job. If you’re not consistent, results won’t be good enough. Established internet marketers get the traffic from an email marketing and joint ventures. Joint ventures are not free at all because you pay a commission for that traffic. If you’re just starting out, you can’t use these methods because you don’t have an email list. If you want to build it, you need the traffic. It looks like a vicious circle. All this methods you can use as newbie are getting results very slowly. On the contrary paid traffic is almost instant. You pay and the traffic arrives. Is there any chance to get some free traffic that comes pretty fast and you won’t spend months to make it work ? Making and ranking the video high on YouTube could be a solution. You could learn it on your own or pay someone to teach you. Learning is time-consuming activity so this can’t be considered as really free traffic method. Obviously there is no free traffic for newbies.

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  • January 11, 2014

    Hey Roman,

    I understand completely what you are saying here and while a newbie won’t be able to get (or drive) the same kind of traffic as a well known marketer has, they definitely can get lots of free traffic if they know where to find it.

    Internet Marketing is highly dynamic, meaning it constantly changes with at a high frequency rate, the answer is to move with it.

    Right now you can leverage videos from YouTube and totally crush the search engines, particularly Google.

    You can also use iTunes podcasts if audio recording is your thing.

    If you prefer writing, then you can do guest blogging instead of writing on your own blog and also create slides from it and uses places like slideshare and making them go viral.

    If you’re good with images, you can leverage Pinterest then.

    The traffic is out there, you only have to know what you are good at and then make a plan of attack.

    Hope this helps.

    Sergio Felix
    Sergio Felix recently posted…Infinite Marketing Advice For Free?My Profile

    • January 11, 2014

      Hi Sergio,

      Your comment is very much appreciated. It’s pure example of adding a value. I agree there always exists a way to go from newbie to expert.

      Best wishes.

  • January 16, 2014

    Hi Roman,

    I agree with Sergio regarding IM – it is indeed very dynamic. Youtube videos are an excellent source of traffic which I am planning to learn to utilise myself. Apparently, it is much more lucrative than Facebook ads, for the simple reason that video owners get paid for views, and FB ads – well, we have to pay to get our ads displayed. But most importantly is the amount of traffic that Youtube can generate.

    There is of course a place for paid traffic, although it can be a very pricey option. The best way is to try various ways, see which ones work best, and use them consistently.

    I wish you success with your venture!

    Best wishes,

    Galina StGeorge recently posted…How to Turn New Year’s Resolutions into Your Best Year EverMy Profile

    • January 16, 2014

      Hi Galina,

      Thank you very much for stopping by and leaving a comment. My point is: if you know how to drive a “really” free traffic, you are not a newbie. Paid traffic is great as long you earn more than you spend on it. Usually doesn’t work for newbies.

      Best wishes.

  • Chris Thompson
    April 2, 2016

    Great post! This will be very helpful for newbies who need more traffic. Keep up the good work and I wish you all the best.-Chris Thompson

    • April 6, 2016

      Hi Chris,

      Thank you very much for your kind words. I wish you all the best as well.


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