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Bruce, L. (2017). 5 Tips to Increase Organic Traffic on Your Website. PHILICA.COM Article number 1195.

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5 Tips to Increase Organic Traffic on Your Website

Lee Bruceunconfirmed user (Amrita University)

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Abstract
Did anyone ever tell you that researching keywords is one of the ways to increase the organic traffic on your website? Learn about some other interesting techniques.

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Creating a lead-generating website is great, but what if nobody is visiting it? Most marketers tend to work on SEO and try to grow their organic presence. Before we delve deeper into organic traffic, it will be better to understand what organic traffic is. Organic traffic refers to the people who visit your website from unpaid search results. When you are running your business on a strict budget and are unable to shell out a huge amount of money for PPC Campaigns (Pay-Per-Click), it is advisable to focus on search engine optimization and organic traffic.

If you want to increase the organic traffic of your website, there are multiple important things that you need to consider. Let's take a look at 5 of them:

 

1. Research Keywords:

Keyword research is a significant process in search engine optimization and it can let you know the exact phrases that people use on Google. It is never advisable to go for the most popular keywords; rather, use those that are more related to your particular product or service. When you do so, search engines will identify your website and also enhance its ranking.

2. Create High-Quality Meta Data and Content Consistently

The first thing that Google notices on your website is the metadata and also the keywords in the first paragraph of your content. When the metadata contains all the required information about the specific queries of users, there are increased chances that your website will rank higher.

When it comes to content, it is indeed a great idea to prepare it regularly and get it published as often as possible without ever compromising on quality. Publishing quality content increases your opportunities to create organic traffic.

3. Make Use of Internal Links

The moment you create a decent back catalogue, you can choose to link it to the more useful blogs on your website. This can help you retain the visitors on your site for a longer duration and enhance your search engine rankings. However, make sure that you don't overuse the links, which may end up causing your website to look like a spam.

4. Increase Your Website's Presence on Social Media

Make use of social networking sites such as LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter and Facebook to post your content regularly. Also, use the share button to make it easier for people to share your content. However, while doing so, ensure that the content is of high quality and is worth sharing.

5. Constantly Monitor Incoming Links

When it comes to organic traffic acquisition, it is vital to remember that it is a never-ending process. No matter how much traffic you have on your website, it is never advisable to neglect the progress you are making on the SEO front. Always monitor and analyze how organic traffic is evolving every week. Make sure that you have the complete understanding of what worked on your website and what didn't.

In order to boost your organic traffic, strive to give customers what they exactly want. Create a website that offers quality information and insights to its visitors.

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