What’s Wrong With Your Traffic?

Posted on June 13, 2007. Filed under: Traffic Generator |

More traffic leads to more subscribers right?

So if you already have a opt in list then all you have to do is get more traffic.

Problem solved.

Or is it.

Learn this…

Most of the time more traffic does not translate into more subscribers.

How come?

Because if you can’t convert the traffic that you are already getting..then by increasing the amount of people to come by doesn’t in no way mean that more sales will come from it.

But you’re told that by the guru’s.

“Oh keir…you can double your sales just by getting more traffic to your site”

Yeah right.

If you can’t convert one single person out of ten.

Then what formula that you know of say’s that by doubling the number of vistors that it will lead to more sales if you aren’t converting the visitors you’re already getting.

0 x 0 = 2

That’s funny math.

The real math looks like this.

0 x 0 = 0

No conversion means…you need to work on converting.

Not traffic.

when you have a high conversion then you can go to work on traffic generation..

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith

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