Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Traffic-Generating Lessons Learned from Internet Marketing Firms

As an SEO writer, I work with a lot of internet marketing firms. This has been a great learning experience for me on many levels about how to market on the web.

Why Internet Marketing Firms are Hired

To generate traffic -- this is the number one reason all internet marketing firms are hired. Serious web entrepreneurs realize that to get recognized on the web, you need to first get found on the web. SEO (search engine optimization) and SEM (search engine marketing) firms help their clients achieve these goals.

I've learned a ton about how they go about doing this, which I discuss in my post, Traffic Generating Tips I’ve Learned from Working with SEO Firms, over at today.

As I wrote, "Think about it this way: if the traffic generation experts (ie, Internet Marketing Firms) are using these methods to drive traffic to client sites, shouldn’t you be doing the same for your site?"

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