Top Ways to Get to Your Target Market August 22, 2007Posted by seonotes in marketing, Search Engine Marketing.
Every webmaster of an Adsense site has one main goal – it’s to profit from conversion. And there is only 1 secret in achieving the goal – traffic.
It is a given fact in the search engine marketing world that the most profitable Adsense sites cater to the aged and non-techie market. These people don’t mind exploring on links without having to think if these are paid or not. They’re after the information they need. Now the question is, how do you get to them? If traffic is the means to conversion, here are the means to traffic:
1. Blog and allow comments
Let your site be interactive where people can feel at ease and involved. That way, they’ll be coming back to your site
2. Try your best to rank on the first page of search engines
Since most people who have less of the tech-savvy side are more prone to just looking at the first page of Google and other search engines, you should aim to be part of the prime list of the first page. This has been the very essence of search engine optimization through the years.
3. Be picky in joining social networks. Choose those were the fishes are.
Although there are so many people of all age range joining social networks, you have to do your research and observation of where they usually make profiles of themselves. This way you’d be saving time and energy in making bulletin announcements and making friends.
4. Join forums where they can be found
Almost all sorts of niche has its own forum. Choose where your topic is god, and observe if the treasure (target market) can be found there. You’d have to check who are actively participating.
5. Share your content
In most social content sites, networking using relevant tags to your topic can be done. Utilize this by saving other people’s posts and then sharing what you have to say. Exchange bookmarks, in other words.
In any niche marketing venture, the most important task is to position yourself where the target market is most abundant. You save on time and effort. You gain in conversion.