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Dear Web Marketer,
Did you know? That many people don't know that generating traffic is the next important thing to do once you have constructed a website?
It's unfortunate, but it's true.
This scenario happens every day (or maybe every hour): a new Internet Entrepreneur starts a web site, waits for traffic to come, ends up disillusioned, and then... well, not really a happy ending to go into detail. And do you still hear people say, "Set your web site up and they (people) will come?"
Hog Wash! Hog Wash! Hog Wash!
So why doesn't traffic immediately stream in after someone sets up a website? The primary reason is that traffic has to come from somewhere.It doesn't just drop out of the sky. After all, why should your new site be more noticeable than the other and the rest of the over 4 million web sites on the Internet?
Now the core discussion: why is TARGETED (not just any kind of) TRAFFIC vital?
On three counts at the top of my head right now: It can explode your sales. Let's say you regularly have 20 unique visitors daily and most of them are untargeted. You might be able to go weeks without a single sale. Now, let's consider a situation in which you setup a joint venture and your partner sends a mailing to his or her list that generates 15,000 targeted visits over night. You could go from making less than one sale per day to over 1000 sales in a single night. Traffic can impact your website profits by helping you build your list at warp speed, too. Again, consider how long it would take to build lists with the two models described above. Last, traffic can absolutely expose your personal (or your brand) popularity. This can have an exponentially powerful effect on each of your successive product releases.