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I have been working from home for several months and I have two company provided websites. But I need some information on how to get people to them. I cannot afford to buy leads and that method seems to pushy to me. I would appreciate any advice offered.

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twitter and facebook!
What is the focus of your two companies - then maybe I can give you some good advice....?
When I started my site last month I sent out emails with my site on the bottom . I ask my friends to forward it along. That worked some. I also have hub pages. I could post the link to my site and it was in the search engine the next morning. Hubs are a great way to spread the word. just type in hub pages. then click on start your own. I hope this helps
Melinda, I'm afraid you have reached a non computer person. How do hub pages work? I went to a site and did not really understand what I am supposed to do there. Thanks for the help.

Melinda Winner said:
When I started my site last month I sent out emails with my site on the bottom . I ask my friends to forward it along. That worked some. I also have hub pages. I could post the link to my site and it was in the search engine the next morning. Hubs are a great way to spread the word. just type in hub pages. then click on start your own. I hope this helps
This is such a great question and there seem to be so many businesses out there promoting services I wonder what's the best route as well.

Any ideas I'm listening.

Dorothy from grammology
grammology.com
Hi Phyllis - I created a blog with lists for people just like you that are looking for resources that can help their small business grow. Hope this helps you. Click here and don't forget to comment.

All the best,
Kathy
2cre8 LLC
At www.momfaves.com you can find moms with services who might be interested in your site. Twitter and Facebook are good ideas from Bradi as well. Offer value to consumers and they will visit you.
Another link for you blog.themeforest.net/resources/50-ways-to-get-your-site-noticed
I try gettting reciprocal links. I think they help and also submit your site to google and yahoo. That is free. Other then that I am at a loss. I am trying to build a web site that gives advice on relationships. You would think it would be easy to get people to come but after 10 days I get about 100 per day. Take a look and see if there is anything you think I could do make my site better and drive more people to it. www.askdrmamalove.com
Set up Goggle blog alerts and comment on all related blogs... you can link back to your sites from there!
Press always helps....visit as many of the relevant sites as possible to see where you can submit information about your business offering. You never know. You may gain interest from say the association that is closely linked to your industry. Any opportunity to get your name out there will help drive traffic.

Make sure your site is optimized (so that the spiders can pick up your site). Your blog is one of the best ways to drive traffic. Make sure you includes links in your blog whenever possible.
Hi,

I just launched my first website, www.startingoutsmall.com. I sell unique and practical baby gifts and accessories. At my husband's suggestion, I started a blog back in early August and I feel that has helped me tremendously by getting a lot of hits daily and he also connected me to my facebook account. So, to date, I have over 800 hits since August 6th, not bad for less than 4 months. I launched my site yesterday and because of my blog which goes to my facebook and also a twitter account, I had over 100 hits today alone. So, start blogging about your businesses, what are they by the way? Also, you can try joining different networking sites, linkedin, yahoo groups, etc. GOOD LUCK! Stay in touch!

Rebecca

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