Some few years ago, the problem was mainly how to set up a blog or a website—which made several companies and individuals who charged thousands of dollars for website/blog step-ups rich.
Today, it’s easy to set up a blog and I even offer a service where I set up blogs for FREE for whoever wants to be part of the blogging world. (CLICK HERE to take advantage of this if you need a FREE blog set up.)
Now, the most difficult and expensive part of the whole online dominance or presence is driving traffic to your website.
Those with money to spend can hire expert companies to do this for them—and even that, the result is not always great.
Small business and individuals who are on tight budgets and therefore cannot buy traffic struggle to drive visitors to their websites—something I intend to make less of a burden with this post.
It’s true that content is King; but if you have great contents and no one is reading it—it’s pretty useless.
It is fairly the same as setting up a restaurant, employing the best chefs from around the world to cook your delicous food with no one coming in to buy.
You come across several blogs online with great layouts, priceless contents and yet, no traffic—the owners may keep writing without readers. But mostly, the bloggers eventually give up because of the hovering frustration of ‘no traffic’ which would definitely settle.
Therefore, while I maintain that content is KING, I also added that, Traffic is Queen. It’s only when you have the two at your side that you would become a successful blogger or internet marketer.
You can have several great products to sell but if you have no traffic to pitch these products to them or have no visitors to buy, it becomes a worthless effort of products creation.
The importance of traffic in the world of the web cannot be undermined: it is the wheel on which every successful online business runs—therefore we all need it. Read more