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Social bookmarking can send a lot of traffic to any site. If you do it correctly then you can see a huge increase in visitors. Sites like Stumbleupon, Digg and Reddit can turn into a valuable source of visitors.
The trick is getting your content onto the front page of these types of sites, however a lot depends on you making the right submissions and ensuring the correct information is in place.
Success can also lead to your site and pages receiving new incoming links.
Here we have some areas to think about when submitting to bookmarking sites to help work towards improved traffic.
Trying to get high levels of traffic to your website can at times be a difficult challenge. For those businesses and companies who are now in full swing when it comes to using social media this can still be a tricky task, however this will certainly aid the process and make it easier to share content. So why do we need to have a content marketing strategy in the first place?
Well, what good is it to write content and only place it on your website? Chances are, unless you already dominate your field through an established reputation, few people will pick up on the content.
Today is the day that Friends Reunited, the first UK social network, relaunches. The former social networking giant has given itself a lick of paint, and a whole new feel to it, focussing on nostalgia and memories.
What’s difficult to believe is that Friends Reunited, which launched in 2000, was the UK’s first social network and went on to become one of the most popular too; in 2005 it boasted over 15 million users. Then the MySpace’s and the Facebook’s of this world took off, and the rest as they say is history. However, Friends Reunited is back, but will it work?
You’ve no doubt looked up and down your high street recently, only to discover closing down sales, boarded up shops and empty premises. This has been a continued trend of late, with a large number of well known brands either falling into administration or having to shut their doors.
From Our Price to Rumbelows and now Barratts to La Senza, history has not been kind on the high street. The modern retail landscape demands an online presence, at the very least. For those retailers who are making a success of it, the business strategy of bricks and clicks seems to be the answer.