7 ways to get Google traffic without SEO

SEO is often thought to be the only way to drive traffic to your website from Google. You can increase your search engine rank and drive more people to your site using other methods. We'll be discussing seven other methods to get traffic without SEO in this blog post.

7 ways to get Google traffic without SEO

1. Join a Google+ Community

If you have a business page, join some Google+ Communities. This isn't about spamming all your links (which will result in you being banned). Instead, contribute value to other members' posts by engaging them with questions and sharing stories. It is also possible to write helpful blog posts, and people will want to share them with their friends. Keep an eye on the conversations taking place in your community and jump in to help people understand you. While logged into G+, do not ask for +Ks from anyone or visit other websites via your profile page. This is against Google's TOS. Always remember: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." If you want people to engage with your content, be sure to respond and interact with theirs.

2. Optimize social media posts using keywords

Social media is a great way to drive traffic. Social media is a great way to drive traffic. The problem is that these posts are often concise due to character limits. It cannot be easy to include links without making them seem salesy or spammy. There is a solution. There is another way! If you do not see any engagement, check out what other people post and try to incorporate their content into yours.

You can also respond to comments that are shared frequently! This simple task will put you one step ahead of your competitors.

3. Make compelling videos for YouTube.

YouTube is one of the top search engines in the world. This is an excellent way for you to get traffic from Google. Make sure your videos are optimized with keywords and include links in them. This will make it easier for people to find your content on YouTube or Google. SEO techniques include including long-tail keywords in video titles and descriptions. But don't stuff them -- it'll look spammy!

4. Make Facebook ads.

This is a great way to get targeted traffic from social media. Facebook allows you to target audiences based on your interests. You can also use retargeting to make it more likely for users who have visited your blog posts or website before but haven't signed up yet -- this allows you to advertise directly towards them, which results in higher conversions compared with other targeting options.

5. Write guest blogs and articles for popular websites

Can you imagine being able to write articles and guest blogs for Forbes or Entrepreneur Magazine? If you have the right connections, it's possible. Ask your friends who are authors if they know of anyone willing to publish content in return for a link to their website. Be sure to keep it informative and not sales. Editors won't allow these pieces to be published unless they are genuinely informative.

6. Pin photos of your products and services to Pinterest.

Pinterest is a great way to drive traffic from image searches -- people are more likely to click on images than they are text! These "Pins" should be optimized by adding keywords to the title and description. You should also include links to your website for potential buyers of your products and services. People will know where it came from, thanks only if a link is attached, so take advantage of this when uploading pictures that showcase what you're selling/offering.

7. Use email or text messaging to share interesting articles

Share a blog article, article, or website you find interesting with friends and family via email or text message. You might also want to share the source of the content if someone else finds it valuable. This is a great way to find your site if they have never been to it before.

You should now know how to get traffic from Google without SEO by following these simple steps! If you haven't seen results with traditional online marketing methods, it's worth looking into this option.

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