Your product plus targeted traffic equals interested customers

⭐Your product + targeted traffic = interested people who may buy

That's the process of getting interested people to find your business.

Your product plus targeted traffic equals sale

Your ideal audience is using keywords, hanging out in certain places, talking about what they want or need. These are your cues to help you identify as your potential customers.

I also understand that figuring out your ideal customer or knowing where they are can be a confusing area to get to grips with.

But it's worth persevering with as it takes out the guesswork when it comes to  the following:

  • Being able to observe, even interact where your audience hangs out
  • Knowing & understanding their problems, wants, desires or pain points
  • Create content that speaks to them so they connect & resonate with it

 

You can get traffic from many different places using many different traffic methods. But to make that traffic targeted means you have to put your business, your content in front of people who are your potential customers | clients. Who is more likely to want or use your products or service.

Learn from those who will want your product. Create content that will connect with them. Create content that helps people that then leads them to want or desire your product or service.

It's the circle of life (I was thinking of Lion King then lol) or should I say the circle of business 🙂

For me, I love the SEO root combined with creative content marketing. Why? because I'm awesome at it & it works. I don't really like showing up so SEO does the work for me 247.

It's the ultimate way to help people find the products, services, or information they are ACTUALLY LOOKING FOR!. It's that simple!

So my question is, what traffic method are you using to get targeted traffic to your products? Share with us below!

Janet Walker helps small business owners share their Gifts. By simplifying SEO, crafting your product story, getting traffic & learning, exploring ideas. When she's not in business mode (which is hard not to be) she's being creative somehow, making a mean green juice or busy in her garden learning how to grow vegetables.

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