Every website starts with zero visitors. You can have visions of a massive eCommerce empire, but we all start at square one. This is what allows tiny startups to compete with giants companies online. It’s the beautiful democracy of the Internet at work.
But starting with zero traffic and a brand- new website is terrifying. Getting 100 visitors a day, let alone 1,000, seems impossible, doesn’t it?
The websites that are the most successful online are typically those that are quick to market and quick to scale their website traffic. They rapidly move from zero visitors to thousands by using a variety of marketing channels.
Timing is everything when it comes to scaling your web traffic. Your plan of attack for getting your first 100 visitors won’t work when you want to move from 10,000 monthly visitors to 100,000. And if you didn’t plan things out early on, you probably won’t even make it that far.
In this series of articles, we’ll walk you through the ways that you can scale your web traffic at each stage of growth.
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Your website’s traffic, depending on several different factors, will typically fall into one of three stages: Launch, Growth, and Mature.
Below is a representation of what these three stages might look like in an analytics tool:
These three phases of web traffic for online business will help you determine what strategies to go after to grow your website. It might take a bit of work, but before you know it, your company will grow and your business will mature.
In this guide, we’ve included information and checklists for each stage so that you can track your growth from the Launch Stage all the way to the Mature Stage. As your website matures and your traffic begins to grow, you can refer to the strategies detailed at each stage to learn more about what you should do next.
There are many strategies for getting to the top, but based on our experience, we at digitalBE know that we can help you with the least amount of headaches and confusion. That’s why we created this guide, after all! Let’s get started!