Traffic Avalanche: Concentrate On A Stream Of Traffic

by Chimezirim Chinecherem Odimba - Date: 2007-01-07 - Word Count: 324 Share This!

Nothing makes anyone as ineffective and inefficient as doing too many things as a time. This is true in building traffic.

I recommend having multiple sources of traffic so what is this talk about concentrating on a stream of traffic?

You need to have a plan of work. Let's say all you have is four hours daily. If you want to use article syndication as one of your traffic building strategies, then you have to first write enough articles to ensure you can get what experts call the critical mass.

If you post just 100 articles in just 10 directories, you'll not really see as much traffic as you can really get from article marketing. You may need to have 300 to 500 articles or more to really get that critical mass and get the leveraged and residual traffic that this method affords.

So if you plan to hit a target of 300 articles in 50 days, you'll need to write six articles daily for those fifty days. Writing six articles will require some commitment. I know because I have done 40 articles daily for some time.

If you don't clear your mind from too many things, you'll get so overwhelmed that you can't think clear enough to do enough.

So, have a plan, then concentrate on one strategy at a time. When you get that strategy to a place of effectiveness, you then start another. All you'll do then is just keep oiling the first stream.

All in all, the time you have determines how easily you can concentrate on more things. If you do this full time, you can allot time belts to different techniques and then stick to each within a given time belt.

If you can afford it, outsource other tasks. That way, you'll concentrate and still implement multiple methods.

But if you have only 2 hours daily and little bucks, stick to one method. Build it to a reasonable point. Then you can start diversifying slowly but surely.

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