I’ll just say in. Even if you execute this entire guide, it would be a waste of your time if you aren’t doing something with this traffic. Traffic is pointless if it doesn’t convert. We didn’t want to waste time doing a huge launch, creating content, hiring a web designer or trying to find the perfect theme. Instead, we put up a simple landing page designed to capture emails. Screenshot showing a Sumo Welcome Mat All you need your website to do is to communicate a value proposition and collect emails.

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By building your email list, you’re building a traffic generating machine. With the click of a couple of buttons, you have guaranteed traffic — and not only that, but highly engaged, targeted traffic that are far more likely to like, share, and buy from you. You can set up a landing page meeting planner email for free with a Sumo Welcome Mat. Once inside Sumo, you create a new form, then toggle Instant Landing Page to On in your forms Visibility settings. Screenshot showing the Sumo dashboard STEP 2: SET A REALISTIC TRAFFIC GOAL One of the biggest mistakes business owners make with their websites is that they try

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To do too much at once, and therefore achieve nothing. There’s a quote in the book “Hagakure: The Book of the Samurai” by Tsunetomo Yamamoto that says: “If you chase two rabbits at once, you will lose them both”. Business owners have huge lists of “priorities” they want to achieve, forgetting what their original goal was. Throughout this entire process, Noah kept me focused on our number one goal: 10,000 visitors in 30 days. Absolutely everything we were doing was meant to achieve this. If you’re embarking on your own traffic challenge, you need to choose a singular focus.

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