Traffic is the lifeblood of business. Like it or not, you need to drive traffic to survive. You also need traffic to thrive. And if you want to make money online, thriving is what you need to do. But like most entrepreneurs, you’ve likely struggled with driving traffic to your sales funnels and your offers. Clearly, it’s not easy. With so many traffic-driving strategies, it can certainly feel overwhelming.
If this problem hasn’t plagued you yet, then you’re likely fresh to the scene. If you’re not, and traffic arrives in leaps and bounds, then a BIG congratulations is in order. You’re obviously doing something right. The cool thing about traffic is that it often leads to sales. Not always. But often. If you’ve optimized your funnels, the copy, the up-sells and down-sells, the one-time offers,
Okay, don’t be embarrassed, but I’m going to ask a question I need you to answer honestly.
Are you neglecting your SEO presence?
Okay, now I want to ask a question that some of you might be expecting, especially if that last question didn’t make sense.
Have you started your SEO presence?
Search Engine Optimization, as people who don’t like abbreviations say, is your rankings on Google and other search engines when people are looking for you, your information, or your product. It’s how your name or product shows up on Google searches or other search engines or websites. How do you get it there? How do you go from starting out to getting ranked?
It’s actually simple, so long as you’re intentional about the things that matter. With the application of what follows,
In this blog, I’m going to show you the path to SEO your marketing funnel in 6 simple steps.
To be honest, I’ve been staring at my screen for a long time. Maybe more than 4 hours. I was just sitting and waiting for a brilliant idea to pop up out of my head. I wrote a draft a couple of times but I wasn’t happy and satisfied with them.
I saw this post at SEOmoz: The SEO Path to Becoming a Great Funnel Owner and thought to myself that I was I was that brilliant. It’s a great article! It’s long but it’s refreshing and very actionable.
The author of that article is point on. As a sales funnel owner, I have also noticed that the different roles and strategies of an SEO have created a lot of buzz and controversies.