5 Beginner action steps to getting traffic to your business

We all have to start somewhere when it comes to getting traffic to a business.

You don’t need these 5 areas I’m going to share with you. However, if you are in for the long-haul then having them all will help you when it comes to marketing your business online.

5 Beginner action steps to getting traffic to your business

 

Remember this:  Every action you do online should help people to progress in these 3 areas. Know, Like & Trust You to ultimately buy your product & become a loyal fan | repeat buyer.

Have these areas sorted in your business will help you be remembered. Help you connect with new, past & potential customers. Get found online when you are not online is better marketing for you and the long-term sustainability of your business.

1– A Domain name

  • Helps people remember your business
  • They can share it much easier, especially if your domain is easy to remember
  • It’s easier to add & read your  profiles | bios sections
  • You can redirect your domain name to Etsy, Folksy stores. Plus you can change it when you start selling from your own website
  • A Domain Name makes you Stand Out

2– A Website / Blog

  • Share your stories, processes, products
  • Let people resonate with your words
  • Get people coming back | new people finding you
  • Connect Etsy, Folksy stores via your posts
  • Let your blog promote your business even when you are not online

3– A Business Email

  • Look professional when connecting with customers
  • Without one, you cannot use any email marketing services

4– A Email List

  • Put past customers on it
  • Get new potential customers on it
  • Stay connected to them
  • It’s easier selling to those who already know you

5– A Content System

  • Schedule your content to help you out
  • Get content working online while you are not
  • Use Planoly (app) for Instagram posts
  • Facebook Creator for Facebook & Instagram posts
  • Hootsuite | Buffer for other social platforms
  • No content online about your business means people not knowing about your business

Let’s recap, a quick checklist

1 A domain name

2 A Website / Blog

3 A Business Email

4 An Email List

5 A Content System

Which ones have you covered already, let us know in the comments

Janet Walker helps individuals & business owners share their Gifts. Via different traffic methods, SEO - keywords, adding or expanding into digital products & exploring ideas. When she's not in business mode (which is hard not to be) she's being creative somehow, making a mean fresh juice or busy in her garden growing vegetables.

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