By Kevin Browne
Hard as I look, I just can find anyone that is not looking to learn how to get Google traffic.
And the timing of your love for Google could not be coming at a better time.
As lesser converting tactics get tried every day, more and more of us learn how critical it is to get Google traffic every day.
I want to say this and let it be sung from the rafters, getting found through search, from someone that is actively looking for what you are selling will always be one of the easiest ways to convert. That said, no, Google traffic is not a flood to your site every day. What it is is a deluge of the most targeted visitors your site will ever feast on. That’s why knowing how to get Google traffic is so critically important!
So knowing that this is so critical to your online success (it sure is) why do so many web owners simply start to try to rank for keywords that they will never win for?
Better said, why go into a fight for the keywords that will never point back to you on page one if there is too much competition for them?
The reality of search marketing for the smaller business owner comes down to specific long tail keywords…keywords that are at least three words in length. This is where you need to focus your attention to get that search traffic!
Having done this now for decades, I will tell you that by focusing your efforts on your long tail keywords, that is how you will start to get an unreal amount of targeted visitors every day.
Again, the focus should be on attracting the best new visitors not the most. And you get the most by using your more descriptive long tail keywords.
Invariably this conversation will be lost on those that think they will ever rank for “golf balls” or “plumbers”…because people think those are the best keywords.
If you want to get Google traffic, and I mean if you want it to hit you and find you non stop every day, you need to collect your best long tail keywords and focus on those.
Once you ditch the notion that your best keywords are the most general ones, you start to see things here as they really are.
To get Google traffic, you have to narrow your focus and be a killer.
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