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June 23rd, 2014, 08:54 PM #1Successful Traffic Sources
When it comes down to an often spammed niche like health, driving targeted traffic is an obvious choke point.
What successful ways have you all found to drive traffic in health niches?
So far I've built sites almost exclusively for organic traffic and I'm hoping to expand out into some more quickly scalable sources (mostly ppc).
What have you all seen working?
June 24th, 2014, 02:20 AM #2
The health niche is definitely challenging with some of the bigger sites grabbing most of the legitimate traffic. With health-related content, having a professional on board (a doctor, certified health prof.) to visibly approve the content is almost a necessity today in order to rank high in search and/or get repeat visitors. The health professional must have contact information visible to visitors. Without it, the only other direction that I've seen pull in some traffic is to rewrite medical news releases or just sell medical equipment.
With medical equipment, having a blog or forum where people can discuss the equipment (pros/cons) would likely draw some good traffic.
Google has really tightened up non-medical approved sites.
October 17th, 2014, 02:27 AM #3
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Thank you for giving your honest input. Health industry is huge and will probably always stoop on the top charts.
Which tracking system do you like best on the networks you use?
October 29th, 2014, 01:37 AM #4
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Start a You Tube channel. Your videos will be seen on YT, they will rank in Google, you can use them on your blog & FB page.
Videos give you credibility & if you are confident to face the camera then your prospects get to know & trust you. Then they are more likely to join your list & buy from you.
You can also embed YT videos into Aweber follow up mails etc.
October 29th, 2014, 07:23 AM #5
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Focus on long-tail keywords – The days of focusing on a single keyword for each page are long gone. Make sure your posts include all the relevant terms and phrases related to your topic. For help with finding long-tail keywords, see my post How to Find LSI (Long Tail) Keywords Once You’ve Identified Your Primary Keywords.
Start a forum on your website – An active forum can quickly begin ranking for long-tail keywords. They’re also great for decreasing your site’s bounce rate, increasing time-on-site, as well as building a community.
Start a Facebook group that drives traffic to your site – Start a niche-specific group where members can ask questions and get support (and don’t forget to point them back to your site’s content where relevant).
Submit your blog posts to StumbleUpon – It works!
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