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by Donavan McDonough In reply to The Web Traffic Laborator ...

<p class="MsoNormal"><font size="3"><strong>A Warm Welcome</strong> to all the readers who have found this blog. Please join me as we delve into the mysteries and subtleties of <strong>internet traffic generation</strong> and <strong>web based marketing and advertising.</strong> </font></p>
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<p class="MsoNormal"><font size="3">The Web Traffic Laboratory focuses on finding what is currently the “<strong>Best Practices</strong>” of Internet Traffic Generation and then refining it further.<span>? </span>It also specialises in developing neglected areas and holes in people’s internet promotional strategies.</font></p>
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<p class="MsoNormal"><font size="3">An example of this.<span>? </span>Everybody focuses of getting visitors to their web site. So few focus on getting these first time visitors to return. The Web Traffic Laboratory team has found and developed 108 return strategies.</font></p>
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<p class="MsoNormal"><font size="3">Tomorrow we will look at the “<strong>10 F’s</strong>” of traffic generation.</font></p>
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<p class="MsoNormal"><font size="3">Again Welcome <span>?</span></font></p>
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The "10 F's" of web traffic generation

by Donavan McDonough In reply to The Web Traffic Laborator ...

<p>The Internet Traffic cycle can be broken down and analysed into the following 10 F's.</p>
<p><strong>1. FIND</strong> - Find your market niche / discover your products's niche suitability</p>
<p><strong>2. FATHOM</strong> - Fathom the niche's pains and gains - what customer will really buy</p>
<p><strong>3. FILTER</strong> - Select / attract only visitors that are going to Drive your ROI (Return on Investment)</p>
<p><strong>4. FETCH</strong> - Get your customers attention - commit them to surf to your web site</p>
<p><strong>5. FIRE-UP</strong> Lock-in on your potential customers interests, wants and desires</p>
<p><strong>6. FANTASISE</strong> - Enflame their desire to own the product - "get them to expeeince it"</p>
<p><strong>7. FULFIL</strong> - Remove thier pains by delivering your product and its gains</p>
<p><strong>8. FULL-CYCLE</strong> - Having succeed - start again - improve and refine the process</p>
<p><strong>9 FOCUSED FOLLOW-UP</strong> - Get 1st time visitors to caome back again 7 - 12 times to make the purchase</p>
<p><strong>10. FINE TUNE, TEST AND TWEAK</strong> - Constantly evaluate ad improve your web presence</p>
<p>Tomorrow I'll take you through each one, one at a time, give you some insight into this approach that developed in India.</p>

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