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Owning an ecommerce store has a lot of perks: It's a self-run business available to anyone, it helps leverage an already existing online presence, it requires minimal overhead compared to traditional retail shops, and a good store has limitless revenue potential. If you are looking for ways to drive more users to your web and product pages, these are tried and tested strategies that will make an impact on your traffic and bottom line.

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    Lisa Sicard

    about 1 year ago #

    Hi Aaron, when I managed an online store a few years ago and Pinterest was a huge driver of traffic and sales as Twitter was too. Pinterest makes it so easy for folks to just click on the images of products and land on your shopping page.
    Facebook ads have gotten much better too over the years with their targeting capabilities.
    I wish I had a tool like Traffic Booster, - I look at that one and really like it. I love that they offer free edition as well for people to try it out.
    Thanks for sharing these tips Aaron as I may get back into the arena again soon.

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    Lorraine Reguly

    about 1 year ago #

    Pinterest is powerful. There's no doubt about that!
    One of my blogger friends (who is also an entrepreneur) gets about 90% of her traffic from Pinterest! She uses Tailwind to schedule her posts/pins.

    Therefore, I was not at all surprised to learn that 52% of people have made purchases from something they saw on Pinterest.

    I guess I will have to start using Pinterest more often! ;)

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    Ravi Chahar

    about 1 year ago #

    Hey Aaron,

    PPC has always been an effective thing to focus on. Many online business owners are spending their money to get the higher exposure.

    It's good to know that the service like Traffic Booster is helping people for fulfilling their PPC needs. And no doubt that Canva can polish your content with its mesmerizing templates.


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    Philip Verghese

    about 1 year ago #

    Of course, our ad campaign can make an effect on our traffic. But at the same time, as the author, Itai said in the proven ways, the point # 3 is really an important issue. Yes, the main thing here to note is that our content, as someone said Content is King, It is indeed applicable in this aspect too, Yes, our premium contents hold a good position in getting traffic to our space.
    The other ways pointed out by Elizur in this write-up is worth notable and to follow.
    Thanks Aaron for this great share.
    Have a great rest of the week.
    Keep sharing.
    ~ Philip

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    Ryan Biddulph

    about 1 year ago #

    Hi Aaron,

    Influencer heavy lifting is the way to go.

    Guys like you and Sam Hurley prove this. You make friends by helping successful folks. Those successful folks help you, expanding your reach and of course, boosting that targeted traffic so long those rocking entrepreneurs hail from your niche. Because their targeted following will readily gobble up your offer, boosting traffic and your income too.

    Thanks for the smart article.


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    Brenda Pace

    about 1 year ago #

    Hey Aaron!

    Another great article on generating traffic to our businesses. I do like the idea of writing about our products and pushing out via social media. Instagram and Pinterest are really growing and helping entrepreneurs with sales. I like the concept of Traffic Booster and can see how it could be beneficial. Do you really think Adwords or Adsense is worth the push? Would love your thoughts!


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    Eren Mckay

    about 1 year ago #

    @aaron_iconicontent_com It truly is a lot of work to compete with the likes of Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba; however if the brand really works on engaging the customers and giving them a unique experience, it's possible for eCommerce stores to thrive online.
    It takes the investment of time, energy and money but it's possible if you come up with a USP that has not been tapped into yet by another brand.
    I've seen digital companies thrive and fail. I think the difference between success and failure with an online store is in the leadership and consequently the team that's creating the marketing campaign.

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