Buying traffic when you’re first starting out is not recommended because there’s a steep learning curve there. So you have the right idea. Paid ads or free traffic has always been a topic on the minds of marketers just starting out.

Here’s the deal.

Free traffic methods are not actually free though.

They take time and your time is more valuable in some cases than the money you’d spend on paid ads.

As in any business, weather ,online or offline, there are going to be expenses involved.

There are many ways to generate traffic to your offers though.

I will name a few here and list the pros and cons of each method.

  1. Start a Youtube channel.
  2. Start a blog
  3. Do guest blogging
  4. Facebook groups posting.

If you like to write, blogging can be very lucrative.

You set it up right and do good SEO. The content stays on the internet forever and can get you traffic for years to come.

If you’re not shy and you are good on camera, video marketing is the way to go for you. Your videos can rank very high on Google when the right strategies and targeted longtail keywords are used.

And it does not take long.

There are Youtube videos for free that will give you all the details you need to start your Youtube channel, with info on needed equipment, proper channel setup, and lots more great info.

Facebook is another great way to get free traffic.

Once again, you can turn to Youtube for videos on how to go about doing that.

But my suggestion is to do a little research and see which one is best for you and stick with that until you start seeing results and have a plan in place.

Then go on to the next one. That way you’re not going to get frustrated and overwhelmed. Hope that helped.

For more in depth training on this topic, Michael Cheney has an excellent procuct called Content Empire.

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