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website trafficMy goal over the next 3 months is to quadruple the traffic to my website and blog to and to grow my list to at least 8,000 strong subscribers.

Hey ho Suzen! Why, you might ask, am I focusing on growing my traffic to that extent? And is that even possible?

I believe yes, it’s possible. I am married to this goal with such zeal you will not be able to shake me. This past year I started out with a measly little list of under 200 and am already up to almost 2500. That’s over 100% growth. I’ve been busy. And it’s paying off.

Lets Grow Traffic to Your Website

So, back to the why. Here’s the skinny: a big old list of prospects, who have VOLUNTARILY given you their email addresses plus a boat load of traffic coming into a website is the #1 key to a successful business, whether that business is online or off. Not the only key mind you, but it is #1 in terms of priority.

There are multitudes of “traffic guru’s” out in the blogosphere, each offering their own ‘best’ website traffic strategies, traffic courses, e- books, podcasts and video’s geared to helping people grow their list and attract thousands of raving fans to said fans websites.

I’ll be focusing in on a few of the masters next week. All of these crazy ass experts…and they are most definitely experts, have grown their own lists to record numbers by focusing in and applying a series of basic (but consistent) techniques that have overhauled their businesses and put them at the forefront of the blogosphere, positioning them as thought leaders. Dramatic, I know, but true.

Fact: the bigger the list the more opportunity to reach qualified,

paying and eager clients who are looking for your services.

Fact: the more traffic coming into your website, the more traffic coming into your blog, the more possibilities of showing your visitors what you have to offer. (What do you have to offer by the way? ) That’s my next series so stay tuned.

So here’s my question to you:

What are your biggest business frustrations, and specifically your biggest ONLINE obstacles? Lack of traffic? A list that goes out to your mother and brother? Period? Don’t show up on a Google search? Can’t get any Facebook fans?

Share them with me down below, if you’d be so kind, as I’m planning a series now that will target different online obstacles each week with a video series I’m putting together and I want to make sure I’m targeting your issues specifically.

Also I’ll be sharing my list building progress weekly with you beginning June 1 so that you can follow along and grow with me. If you need more help, you’ll know where to find me.

Let’s do this together! Who’s with me? Rah?

About Suzen

Digital Marketing Strategist, speaker and blogger, Suzen Pettit has been in marketing for the past 27 years wearing various hats. Founder of OMAGinarium, (an acronym for Online Marketing and Growth), Suzen’s specialty is getting small companies and doctors FOUND and helping them stay “sticky” with online marketing and website traffic strategies, social media marketing, optimized websites, SEO, blogging, and content marketing. Suzen has helped dozens of small companies, entrepreneurs and medical practices stand out, get their businesses on the map, and attract more website traffic and warm leads.

When not working hard for her clients, Suzen can be found blogging and providing content for the Patch hyper-locals, Mashable, Founders Space, Create Hype, and Steamfeed, as well as speaking on topics geared to online business growth. Suzen was recently voted #3 from Top 10 Tech and Interne Savvy Blogs of 2014, and was featured in the August issue of Tribal Woman.


  1. Eva Greenwald says:

    Hi Suzen:

    Love your blog and how it hooked into your website. My challenge is I have a lot of people getting my eblasts, a nice amount go the my two blogs, a nice amount go the the website, a large list on my FB and LinkedIn but not much interaction. The challenge for me is getting people to call me for my services. Can you please address that?

    Look forward to hearing from you.


    Eva Greenwald

    • that’s conversion issues Eva, and we all have those, believe me. It’s one thing getting people to your site and in front of your services, and another to make them click. Are your offers irresistible? Do they contain a sense of urgency? Do you make deadlines obvious ? And the all important must: value—do your travel packages offer the best value for their dollar ? That does not necessarily mean the cheapest price- at all….but great value, whether that be your hands down top notch customer service or offering “more” for the price is what moves people to click “buy now” these days. Also, how do you differentiate yourself ? Think about that…

  2. Nancy Gould says:

    I need to see/speak to more people. Having more people go to my web site is one way of sorting out those that are interested in speaking to me.


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