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Marketing Tip : Direct Online Traffic

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

October 29, 2007

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How can one little link have a significant impact?

When it looks just as good as the place it is going to, there's more to a graphical link than just the search engine optimization benefits.

Make a visual impact and get the click-through!

Want More Visitors to Your Website?

Today we're going to briefly discuss how you can get additional traffic to your Voices.com website through a simple link.

Allow me to introduce a new graphic that we've created recently to help you gain more visitors to the website you operate at Voices.com:


My Voices.com Profile


How Can I Use The Code?

You can use the provided code (your personal code is located in your My Account in the Profile section) to advertise your voice over services in the following ways:

1. To be used on your website
2. To feature on your blog
3. Include in your signature on forums
4. Post on your MySpace.com page or other Social Media websites
5. To accompany your Voices.com URL as an image on your business card

Nice & Easy Does It Every Time

It's just as easy as a copy / paste!

If you are your own webmaster, chat in a group or have a blog, it's never been easier to encourage people to discover your website as well as share your affiliation and brand association with the industry leading voice over marketplace.

Get Traffic Now!

Be sure to grab the code directly from your the Profile section in your account. That will make sure that the website you are directing people to is YOUR Voices.com website.

Best wishes,

Stephanie

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    Excellent idea!

    Posted by:

      Once again, you guys step it up a notch and innovate something great!

      Posted by:

        I forgot about building up link reliability and how it adds optimization to search results. I'll certainly be posting this in a few places!

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