Target: Every Revisitors campaign is strictly targeted based upon your selected geographic or language target. Our redirection server resolves the geographic location of each visitor (as well as the language setting of their web browser) before they are delivered to a customer's campaign. That way only in target visitors will be delivered. While our geotargeting system is proprietary, results will be consistent with those of services such as the GeoBytes IP address location database (please note that we are not affiliated in any way with GeoBytes).
Step 5: Get free word of mouth publicity using viral marketing. Simply defined, viral marketing is a way for you to spread your marketing message like a virus. You encourage people to pass on information about your site to others, and you use that word-of-mouth publicity to advertise your business. Once you start the "virus," it spreads without you lifting a finger.
A recent Ad Week article spotlighted a Russian scam ring that had been siphoning billions of ad dollars, by using counterfeit IPs that generated views from videos. This sort of scam leads us to believe that a similar strategy is being used by planting undetected malware on computers that will direct its web views or by counterfeiting IPs(internet protocol). This effectively allows traffic dealers to sell organic traffic by direct these bots programmatically to different paying websites.
Targeted Organic Traffic is in high demand as organic site clicks are what most marketers strive to increase. Visitors are considered to be “organic” when they arrive at your website as a direct result of using specific (targeted) keywords on a primary search engine such as Google, Yahoo and Bing in their search for products or services. Organic traffic, sometimes called organic search traffic, or organic keyword search traffic, is the opposite of paid traffic (PPC).
There were some great tips in this article. I notice that many people make the mistake of making too many distracting images in the header and the sidebar which can quickly turn people off content. I particularly dislike google ads anchored in the centre of a piece of text. I understand that people want to make a revenue for ads but there are right ways and wrong ways of going about this. The writing part of the content is the important part, why would you take a dump on it by pouring a load of conflicting media in the sides?
Remember: It can take up to seven points of contact to make a single sale, so you'll want to begin collecting visitors' contact information from day one using an opt-in form on your home page. Then send them e-mail messages to follow up and keep them thinking about your site. Need some ideas for e-mails you could send to follow up with your opt-in subscribers? Try these ideas: