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Tips Of Converting Web Traffic Into Serious Cash

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Published on:
Nov/10/2017

What would be the use of having so many friends who will not come to your aid when you seriously need them?  Your pay per head bookie business is in dire need of friends. Yes, very serious friends who matter in the life of a bookie. 

It would be pointless that you have so many people who claim to love you, perhaps your posts on Facebook or any other social media platform for that matter but are not willing to do anything beyond that.

On your part, you should be learning some of the ingenious ways of ensuring that you make these following into lots of cash to your pay per head site. So, where do you start? What will you do to ensure that your site receives as much money as the traffic? 

It is simple! Various internet experts say that it is very possible to turn the heavy traffic on your pay per head site into a substantive amount of money.

The first step would be to incorporate advertisements that direct people to what you offer on your top pay per head site.  This is what I mean: because it seems that most of your clients come to your site to read some of the educative content that you’ve posted, why don’t you insert a link inside the content that advertises what you offer on your site?

Yes, it is that simple! Many bo0kies have learned the trick of inserting quality adverts of the kind of services they offer on their site right inside the content that brings traffic.

Be cautioned though. The kind of adverts that you run on the content should be in line with what your pay per head site stands for. 

Besides, it should always have relevant keywords on the search engine that even if your clients decided to go outside your site to look for information from the internet, they would always be redirected to your site thanks to the proper integration of the keyword.

There is also another tool that is related to advertising. As you well know, at the start we said that these people might be only interested in content, not games that bring in more money on your pay per head site.

But even if it were so, you can still get lots of money from those readers. This is what you can do: when drafting adverts, small but well designed, possibly dynamic links. You can decide to employ pay per click (PPC) or pay per view (PPV) types of adverts that even if they did not want, as long as they come to read content that is on your site, they would have to pay after all.

 

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