Social networking sites are not only for networking they are ideal places to get your content in front of other people.
Use Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ to share links to your content. Make use of portfolio sites like Behance to showcase your work in places where people go to look for it.
None of these methods is a quick fix. They require time, effort, and persistence. Now look, the good news is the benefits are cumulative -as your blog attracts links and subscribers, as your free content gets into circulation, and as you get known as a rising star in your niche, you'll find yourself attracting a lot more new visitors for every hour you spend on marketing.
On top of that, no, website visitors don't necessarily equal customers otherwise there'd be a lot more Internet millionaires! Read my next article on turning visitors into buyers here. Have you noticed three that tips so far, only one of them is centered around your site, is that the case? You have to go out and find them, if you really want more visitors.
There isn't much wrong with the site itself it's professionally designed, and the portfolio is full of gorgeous work.
It just sits there, in an obscure Internet corner, being quietly ignored. Whenever taking a website from zero to a few hundred or even a few thousand visitors a month is not easy, s eminently doable as long as you recognize a harsh truth about the Internet. Now look, the game changes when you start applying your creativity to your marketing it becomes more fun as well as more effective. Essentially, here are four ways to use your creativity to attract visitors right kind to your website.
Use a Creative Commons license to make it clear what people are allowed to do with the work. Make sure it's something genuinely valuable. You're on the right track, if you feel slightly uncomfortable about giving away something so good. Needless to say, otherwise, why would anyone get excited enough to tell their friends? You can find some more information about this stuff on this site. Don't give away the farm. You must have plenty in reserve products, services, artworks for the folks who want to take things further and buy from you. Be generous share more of other people's content than your. That way, you not only help others you also position yourself as a 'goto' authority, a source of cool stuff who people want to follow.
Note the word ‘amazing'.
Just so we're clear.
as Tim O'Reilly has pointed out, for most creatives obscurity is a greater threat than piracy. They won't even bother to rip you off, let alone pay for your work, if no one's ever heard of you. As Tim O'Reilly has pointed out, for most creatives obscurity is a greater threat than piracy. Remember, they won't even bother to rip you off, let alone pay for your work, if no one's ever heard of you. Empowering the Creative Community. < >Empowering the Creative Community. >