Growth Hacking: 6 Ways to Drive Traffic to your Website

As always Awesome. Warmest regards Antony!

Antony Agnel

As a professional blogger, a digital marketer or a business owner, driving traffic to your blog or company website is the number one priority for you. The higher the traffic you can drive to your website, more are the chances for it to convert into sales and potential customers. If you’re thinking that driving traffic to your site isn’t a priority for you – you’re either lying or you’re plain stupid.

Everyone likes surprise surges in their blog traffic overnight, isn’t it? So why not try to make it your normal traffic? I mean, that’s very much possible with the right kind of efforts! If someone can make this possible (I’m looking at you, influencers) then it is very much possible by you and me (the common people).

So let’s have a look at how to drive traffic to your site like a Pro!

Publish Quality Content, Often

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Juan De La Cruz and the BPO Industry

I could hear the rumble from the sky growing louder, the clouds grew darker and the gusty winds blowing stronger. As if the heavens were pouring out the frustration Juan De La Cruz was feeling. It was beginning pour and rain very hard, I could hear some vehicles hor

Bad Habits You need to Change if You want to become a successful freelancer

Awesome advice MiddleMe. All the best and warmest regards…


Everyone has their bad habits when comes to personal lifestyles, your work style is not spare either. Meanwhile, if you are an employee, you probably will be told of your bad habits during appraisals but you won’t be that lucky if you are a freelancer. As a freelancer, one con to this career path is that you hardly get honest feedback because you manage everything on your own. Today, let’s have a chat about the bad habits I spot in both myself and other freelancers, the need to change or curb these habits that might just be the bottleneck that stalls your success as a freelancer.


Stop belittling yourself
You can see this from either side of the coin, head or tail. Head – you are in charge of your own projects, you call the shots on how, when and where you do your tasks, you manage your time and…

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