Website Traffic, Is It Alien Or Human?
There are two ways to gain customers for your website or business. The first way is to pay for it. You could easily pay a marketer, advertiser, or branding company and gain customers that way. The other way is to earn your customers. This is the way that I believe works best and the one that I practice. To earn customers, you must get to know them. You should know where they go, which websites they visit, and local events they attend. This doesn’t just consist of putting your name and business card in these locations, but it involves you interacting with them and finding a true understanding of their lifestyle and preferences, and what it is that they desire from a business such as yours.
Alien Traffic. A study by Incapsula, one of the leading web security services and optimizers, unearthed that more than half of your website traffic could be alien. Not exactly the ones portrayed in War of the Worlds, but maybe. The findings released suggested that around 31% of website traffic was harmful and includes spammers, spies, scrappers, and hackers.
Then there are the 20% of friendly visitors such as Google Bot as well as other search engine indexers. What this means is that analytics do not provide the whole picture and human visitors are not alone prowling the internet. To mitigate this, you should make security a part of your online marketing undertaking and tighten your website content with relevant keywords for the friendly indexers so your website is pulled by more human traffic based on the intent of website visitors.