By Les Popham


April 17, 2023


(That’s marketing-speak for website visitors.)

“Traffic” is the subject of this week’s blog post.

This is where we get to the real nitty gritty in building your business. You’ve already built a good solid foundation; you have your own website, and you’re established as an expert in your niche. You’re equipped with Trello for your project management, and you can take payment with PayPal.

That’s excellent!

The next step is attracting visitors to your site, and showing them what you have to offer.

How do you do that? There are two main ways of publicising your business, and the good news is that they are both FREE!

The first one is using your social media accounts. You can easily announce to your FB friends and your connections on TikTok, Twitter, etc., that you are open for business.

The second one is having your business found by the search engines. That’s a good way to attract visitors, but it can be a bit of a minefield if you don’t know what you’re doing.

The key to that is something called SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), which can help you get your business on the front pages of Google, Bing, etc., and we can teach you how to do that.

Getting back to today’s topic, traffic. Let us help you cut the corners and start getting positive results, with our Ultimate Traffic Hacks course.

Go to the website ( ), hit View Courses, and select “The Ultimate Traffic Hacks” course.

That will give you the inside track to getting more website visitors, more enquiries, and – multimately – more income, which is really what it’s all about.

More goodies to come!

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