Real Traffic Source Resources – Other Than The Search Engines

Paid traffic like Pay Per Click traffic from AdWords or Yahoo Search Marketing has become very expensive. For a lot of competitive keywords, the costs can be as high as $20 per click and although this might sound mad to most marketers, the fact remains that there are advertisers paying this much and they won’t keep paying it if they aren’t getting an ROI further down the line.

We have introduced a few properties below for developing a steady stream of traffic “other than search engine traffic” to curb your dependency on one traffic source.

The more places you syndicate your content, the more possible that content has to reach more decision makes or searchers / evangelists in need. Good news travels fast and having the endorsement of someone who highly recommends your product or service can generate untold income in the end.

On that note, here are a few web properties produced solely for the purpose of syndication based on user generated content (meaning you can submit your articles, create landing pages and offers or share your links via social bookmarking) as long as you are tactful enough to create interesting and good content.

Content Sharing Web 2.0 Sites:

http://www.hubpages.com/
http://www.squarespace.com/
http://www.nowpublic.com/
http://www.webnode.com/
http://www.zimbio.com/

Places to Syndicate Posts:

http://www.friendfeed.com
http://www.mixx.com
http://www.folkd.com
http://www.current.com
http://www.blogpulse.com/
http://www.multiply.com

Places to Syndicate EBooks:

http://www.tradebit.com/
http://www.myebook.com/
http://www.ebookdirectory.com/
http://www.blurb.com/
http://www.lulu.com/
http://www.memoware.com/

Places to Syndicate RSS Feeds and content:

http://www.feedcat.net/
http://www.feedage.com/
http://www.millionrss.com/
http://www.rssfeeds.com/

While 100s of sites exist in each category, the possibilities are almost endless if you expand your content development strategy. Keep in mind that these websites (a) have traffic (b) are syndicated themselves (via feeds and search engines and social media) and (c) can drive more crucial traffic to your website.

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