10 Ways to Promote Your Website

10 Low-Cost Ways to Promote Your Website – So, what’s the difference between promoting your website and promoting a physical store? This is a common query among new internet marketers. The concepts, it turns out, are the same, but the tactics are not. Let’s take a look at how this works.

The primary goal of promoting either store is to raise awareness of its existence. Second, you want them to understand what you have to offer and why it will benefit them. Then you’ll want to demonstrate them how yours is superior to others on the market. All of this is to get people to come to your store or website. Making the sale is an entirely different topic.

If you have a lot of money, you can start by advertising in the New York Times or on NBC for a physical business, or on MSN or Yahoo sites if you’re online. Of course, keep in mind that AOL users will not see you there, just as CBS viewers will not see you on NBC. Most start-ups will not be concerned with this issue because they lack the funds to do this type of advertising.

So, how can you properly market and attract visitors to your website?

Spread the word about your website to your friends and relatives. The average person would invite approximately 250 people to their wedding. Inform them of your plans.


-> Sign up for a lead generation service that will send leads to your website. If you select the proper service, this will be a minor cost in comparison to the leads.


-> Share your valuable feedback on forum websites. This will increase your credibility as an expert and drive traffic to your website.
-> Place Solo Ads in specific ezines. Ezines are electronic newsletters sent to specific groups. This is a really successful strategy.
-> Another approach to reach out to potential customers is through Google Adwords. Google Adwords allows you to promote your website whenever someone searches for the keywords or phrases you’ve chosen.
-> Another excellent strategy is to create promotional pamphlets that may be distributed to everyone you meet. Of course, this should point users to your website.


-> Post classified ads in newspapers. You can create a very cost-effective campaign by utilizing weekly papers that are less expensive and can reach your target population.
-> Write and publish articles like this one to demonstrate your expertise and direct customers back to your website.
-> Create your own blog. Your own blog allows you to add more content pages that direct potential clients from your website to the blog and vice versa.


-> Write, have someone else write for you, or find an eBook you can brand. Throughout the book, the eBook should allude to and link to your website. This not only demonstrates your authority, but also where people may learn more. Promote and distribute your free eBook.

You now have ten different strategies to market your website. It’s like putting up yard signs all around town to advertise a garage sale. It’s like posting signs all over the highway directing folks to which exit they need to take to get to you. The internet is always expanding. The possibilities are limitless. Go collect your fair share.