If you have a website where you're selling a product, but your hit counter is stagnate, and you aren't making any sales, even though your product is in demand, then it is about time you shift gears by letting an expert traffic producer show you how to get your hit counter spinning like a top in 15 minutes or less!
an you answer these questions?
|Is your website productive?|
|Are you really making a ton of money from your site?|
|Do you have a product everybody would want but just can't sell it?|
|Have you found other people in your industry doing well but not you?|
I always wondered this myself, considering why I was not making money. I couldn't figure out why my website wasn't producing sales.
Sad feeling isn't it when your website is not productive?
More importantly, why did you get your website up and running knowing your site may or may not work? Maybe it was because:
|To know you have a web presence of some kind|
|Being able to hopefully make some kind of money like other people|
|Being a success online|
|Pride in knowing you did it – you made money online|
|Just to have a better way of life|
|To pay some of the bills|
|To have nice things|
Maybe you spent your last dollar on something you liked but realized you had no more money and complained about it.
Maybe you are just sick of being broke and wanted to do more for yourself?
What adds to the wound is that you have friends who are on the Internet and are making money hand over fist.
Why are they so successful with their website and you can't?
Wouldn't it be good to have a website that is not only getting a huge amount of traffic but is making a ton of money for you as well?
I have a friend who put up his website and one day I saw his website stats. I was shocked when I saw the amount of hits he was getting per day.
The numbers were lousy. Obviously, he was doing something wrong.
Do you know what is even worse than what my friend was doing? It is that most people are in the same boat.
You aren't doing the right thing and that is why your hit counter is just sitting there staring at you, waiting to turn.