123 Ways to Get More Website Traffic: A Sumo-Sized Guide – GrowthHackers

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Noah Kagan, Nat Eliason, and Sarah Peterson (SumoMe marketing) team up to come up with every single way you can get more to your site, including links to additional information, and a spreadsheet to help you pick the next traffic channel to try.

We all know how important website traffic is. Whether you just want someone to read your blog or to see your offer these 123 ways to get more traffic to your website should get you pointed in the right direction.   Here is one more way to get visitors to your site

 

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Six College students found online start-up | Flat Hat News

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Crisea sells a variety of products, including shower heads, LED bowties and knit hats and uses Imgur for advertising its site. COURTESY PHOTO / CRISEA.CO

 

A College of William and Mary international finance class inspired Kent Rollins ’18 to found Crisea, an online start-up that sells LED products at discount prices. While the company is based out of Rollins’ in Richmond, fellow students Daniel Hansen ’18, Tyler Treakle ’18, Neil McLean ’18, Kyle Perigard ’18 and John Murphy ’18 assisted in Crisea’s founding and help with its current operations.

 

Rollins said he realized that he could create a website to sell his products at a much lower cost than major corporations do because his company would not have the same overhead costs. He registered with the Virginia State Corporation Commission and the IRS, opened a separate bank account, and the company was born. Crisea is based out of Rollins’ home in Richmond because the College prohibits students from basing companies out of dorm rooms.

 

He looks for products that he thinks college kids would find cool and that are often expensive because they are rare in the United States. The company also saves on shipping by buying products in bundles.

 

“I was thinking about Crimea and I thought of Crisea (pronounced the same way) and it worked,” Hansen said. “We think 8 percent of our is from Russia because people mistype Crimea and end up on our website.”

 

 

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Responsive Web Gets More Conversions – business.com

Since April 2015, Google’s algorithm have been incorporating the mobile friendliness of a website into its ranking factors. Google essentially scans your site then rates it based on load times. If load times are horrible, or a site is not mobile friendly, it could drop in organic search results.

 

Although companies have the capability of creating a separate mobile website to cater to mobile visitors, having a responsive website is a more efficient and cost-effective solution.  Not having a mobile responsive website can make companies lose out on a sizable percentage of the fast growing audience.

 

According to Search Engine Land, Google confirmed what appeared to be true: that mobile searches now outnumber those that take place on desktop in 10 countries, including the U.S. and Japan.

 

This means that mobile marketing, through Facebook Ads, for example, can be most effective and successful if the website itself is mobile responsive. Below are a few reasons why companies should consider adopting mobile responsive websites.

 

Responsive web design is a way of designing a website in such a way that the content, images and site structure provide a seamless viewing experience for users of different devices.

 

 

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