Website Internet Traffic – Website Directories
If you pay for website internet traffic ie for getting many visitors to your website or blog, that job can be done, but if you drive the traffic on your own it can always be done better.
The way of internet traffic that I am going to write about is submitting the link of your website or blog to website directories. The website directories are also called web or link directories. They are actually directories on the World Wide Web which are specialized in linking to other websites and categorizing those links.
A web directory is not a search engine and it does not display lists of web pages based on keywords, but it lists web sites by category and subcategory. Most website directory entries are also not found by web crawlers but by humans.
Website directories often allow site owners to directly submit their site for inclusion, and have editors review submissions for fitness.
To submit the link of your blog or website and in that way increase your website internet traffic all you need to do is to type in Google "website directories". But before doing that I would introduce you to some types of them.
Here are different types of web directories:
1) Many of the web directories are free which means you can submit your link without any charge
2) Some of them are not free and you need to pay for your link submission
3) There are also some web directories where you need to bid for the link submission
4) The most common way which you will probably meet is that you can submit your link to a directory in order to place link of the web site somewhere at your blog or website
There are more types of web directories but these four are the most common.
For the beginning I would recommend submitting your blog or website to the free directories at first and as your site stats increase you can think about paying to some of the other site directories.
My suggestion is not to pay for increasing website internet traffic to your blog or website. Do it by yourself because firstly, it is easy and secondly, you can never be sure how much time is spent driving the traffic to your website or blog.