We’ve all been there
Online exposure is generally about making simple modifications to portions of your website and networks. When viewed individually, these adjustments may seem like incremental improvements, but when combined with other social and optimization efforts, they could have a noticeable impact on your social networking and online traffic.
If you’re anything like most new businesses, you’ve possibly created a brand new website or social network page and hoped that users would magically show up at your site and purchase whatever you were selling or promoting.
After a few weeks and with nothing more than a few stray people showing up at your page, you make the decision to try and “optimize” your website and campaigns with your main keyword in hopes that your site might rank high in at least 1 of the millions of search engines. Another few weeks go by and still no luck.
At this point, you might give up and choose to either rebrand your networks for a different target market or simply quit after losing all hope. Well, news flash, as you may have figured out by now, this is not the right way to go about fixing things.
The best thing that you can do for your “failing” business is sit back and develop a strategy for success.
Dr. Elijah Clark (August 2, 2016). Don’t give up on your business [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://elijahclark.com/dont-give-up-on-your-business/