How To Get Free Instant Website Traffic

How To Get Free Instant Website Traffic

Have you ever felt the thrill and excitement of seeing traffic rush to your website or an affiliate link and sales quickly follow?

Let me tell you, having the power to direct traffic to any site you want, when you want (for free) and then seeing sales pour in is one of the most rewarding and satisfying things about running an online business.

So what is this magical method of driving traffic instantly, for free?

Well, it’s no mystery at all actually.

Instant traffic without cost is possible when you have a ‘list’.

If you’re unfamiliar with the term ‘list building’, it’s what us marketers call the process of collecting names and emails of potential customers and emailing them with offers.

The beauty of emailing  your list is that your subscribers will get your email, potentially open it, read it and click on a link to your website or website you recommend.

Having an email list = Instant Traffic when you want!

Seriously, in the same time it takes to make your favorite bowl of instant noodles, you can actually see sales flow into your inbox or PayPal or whatever when you send out to your list!

Hopefully now you see the power of having a list that you can email.

“But hang on Stuart, I don’t have a list…how can I build a list quickly?”

Never fear! Emailing a list is not the only way to get traffic.

There are hundreds of ways to get traffic to a website…I’m sure you already know a few ways.

You can buy it, trade it or steal it šŸ™‚ (More on those three another day.)

But where so many marketers go wrong is that they are in too much of a hurry to make a sale and forget about building a list first.

They waste traffic by sending visitors straight to a “pitch page” without capturing it first. i.e. not building a list.

A small percentage may buy on the spot (0.1% – 2%) but the remaining 99% of that traffic is gone forever.

Don’t make that mistake!

Build a list first buy sending your traffic to a squeeze page first. It may take a little time at first to get subscribers, but the long-term gain is that you’ll be able to get that free INSTANT website traffic and sales whenever you want it!

Stuart Stirling

List building and email marketing is nothing new.

But it’s still up there with one of the most effective, cheapest (can’t beat free!) and simplest ways to send traffic in an instant to any site to promote and sell anything online.

To your success,

Stuart Stirling

18 thoughts on “How To Get Free Instant Website Traffic

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  3. Morning, It’s nice to stumble upon a good website like this one. Would you mind if I use some of the information here, and I’ll put a link back to your website?

  4. Affiliate marketing has the potential for bringinng passive income streams, but you unquestionably will want to put some time and effort when starting out to get your strategies in place.

  5. I normally jump all over the ‘net because I have the tendancy to read often (which isn’t always a great idea because the majority of blogs just copy from each other) but I have to say that yours contains some real substance! Thanks for stopping the trend of just being another copycat site! šŸ˜‰

  6. This is some fanatastic advice. Iā€™m fiercely following along and looking forward to learning from you.

  7. I have Stu’s turnkey cashkit up and running but I am not able to get traffics to it and built a list. I am currently struggling on that.

    It sounded very easy for many marketers to build their list and yet it felt so difficult when I am doing it.

    Thanx
    Nighto

  8. Luis – When you have a system with a professional autoresponder service like Aweber (the one I use), each subscriber is double optin, meaning they had to register then confirm, meaning they requested the info and agreed to receiving emails, so there is little worry about spam complaints.

    Malcolm – Good point. You need traffic first to send to your squeeze page and get them on your list. The lucky thing is that we can “borrow” existing lists (solo emails, ezine ads etc) and get them on to our list.

    Thanks everyone for the comments so far!

  9. Hey Stuart

    Yes,,,That’s another great comment and words that ring true.

    You do need a list and then that is your traffic to Lead anywhere you want.
    But you also need Traffic..!!
    which comes first…??
    List or Traffic…!!

  10. Thanks you for all of your advice, My main problem is sending that first email, for fear of spam, so how do you get that first name to start your list

    Thanks

    Luis

  11. Thank you very much for the advice, I have been sending traffic to the affiliate pages instead of my own squeeze pages. I am planning to use Stuarts Turnkey Cash Kits soon.

    Thanks
    Jovial Mangope

  12. Thank you Stuart!

    Again a great comment and it is soooo true…

    As a beginner, I just made the mistake of sending traffic to the affiliate pages directly and also putting them into traffic exchanges, clicking myself almost to dead. All wrong!

    And very important to realise: on the affiliate page there is usually also a sign-up box. Guess from whom, the owner of the page. So as such an affiliate, I was building the list of others, not mine. I just wastet a lot of time and effort.

    My advice: use the affiliate material usually availabe, then make a squeeze page of your own to presell the product, create a small report or review and let your visitor sign up to YOUR list first to get it. In the report you then have the real affiliate links or more…

    Believe me, it works. And when you use Stuarts Turnkey Cash Kits, you get plenty of good samples you can learn from!

    Good luck and most important – Enjoy what you are doing.

    Martin

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