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This week’s reflection point: A common question I am asked all the time is how to increase the traffic to the site. Here are my recommendations:
It’s one thing to attract visitors to your site and another to convert them into a customer or a frequent visitor. This perhaps may be the topic of an upcoming newsletter. Stay tuned.
This week’s tip: Although increasing traffic to your site is an important objective, the key is to focus on qualitative visits.
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Great Post Chad!
Can you clarify item #10? – the only comments I am getting on my blog are spam. How do I encourage commenting on the blog, the newsletter, etc? I have been getting some great responses from the new weekly newsletter I’m sending out. I’d like to engage those folks in a dialogue or at least start to make it a two way conversation. What do you recommend?
First of all, you can minimize almost eliminate spam comments by making sure the right plugin is activated. Check with our team please.
Here are some ideas to increase visitors’ comments:
1. Keep posting powerful, practical and provocative content.
2. Ask questions and ask for comments such as: “What do you think?” or “Would love to hear your feedback.”
3. When you are asked in person or via email, ask them to post their question on your blog so you may reply and help others.
Does that help?