Free Report: The Real Reason Your Website or Blog Doesn’t have Hundreds of Thousands of Visitors (yet)

  • April 11, 2012 by Corbett Barr
  • 10 Comments

There is something seriously wrong with the typical advice about building an online audience.

It’s popular these days to talk about social media or SEO as if they’re magic solutions that will make any website an overnight success. If you’ve tried the typical advice but don’t have a huge audience of raving fans, you know it doesn’t exactly work that way.

In this clear-cut 8-page report, you’ll find out the real reason your site isn’t attracting enough visitors and how to start building a real, sustainable and thriving online audience. You’ll also learn:

  • Why the “magic” powers of social media have disappeared
  • How a simple three-step formula has attracted billions of visitors consistently since the beginning of the Web
  • The audience-building secret behind the fastest growing Internet company of all time
  • How to make your online competition irrelevant
  • Which technique will continue to build audiences for decades to come without relying on any hot new trends or tricks

We’re offering this free report in preparation for re-opening the Traffic School program next week.

Head over to the Traffic School site to get your free report now.

You can get this report free right now, no opt-in required.

(Note: this report will only be available until Tuesday, April 17 at 9am Eastern)

If you haven’t heard about Traffic School yet, I’ll tell you that it’s probably the most effective online audience-building program on the planet.

Our alumni include success stories like:

These and many more are the kind of people you will meet in the program if you join us (my apologies for any alumni I didn’t list here, there’s not enough space for all 225 of you :) ).

Last time we opened the doors all 100 spots in the program sold out in 36 hours.

This time we have some exciting plans for our new members.

If you’re interested in finding out what we have in store, head over to the Traffic School site and put your name on the priority notification list. We have some special free goodies to share over the next week.

You won’t hear anything more about Traffic School at this site, so be sure to put your name on the list if you want to learn more.

Cheers,

-Corbett

Written by . Corbett is cofounder of Fizzle, a place for creative entrepreneurs, writers, makers, coders and artists, all working to support themselves doing what they love independently on the Internet. Follow Corbett on on Twitter.


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Jason Anthony April 11, 2012 at 10:11 am

Just downloaded and read the report and it unlocks some great myths and mysteries behind getting traffic, excellent resource and value, Corbett.

Corbett Barr April 11, 2012 at 10:13 am

Awesome Jason, glad it was helpful!

Internet Marketing Hustle April 11, 2012 at 1:33 pm

great report and for completely free….you star

im signing up to the notification list looks like it could be another great resource

Kate April 13, 2012 at 10:34 am

Thanks for the great interviews on you traffic school page. I found them to be very motivational and helpful. Downloading the report next!

Zoe April 14, 2012 at 3:25 pm

Hi Corbett, for some uknown reason I can’t dowload your report. I get an error message and lose most of the text. Can you send it to my email address given above please for further important reading! many many thanks!

Corbett Barr April 14, 2012 at 6:01 pm

What error message do you get exactly?

Angela April 18, 2012 at 12:22 am

Hey Corbett

I followed the link to download the report, but I landed at the Traffic School sign-up page? Couldn’t see where to download the free report.

Help please! :-)

Corbett Barr April 18, 2012 at 9:49 am

Hey Angela, I’m sorry but the report was only available for a limited time (until Tuesday, April 17 at 9am Eastern).

Sergio Felix April 24, 2012 at 11:38 pm

Dang… I see a few big names on that list, that’s awesome!

I also didn’t know Caleb was your student first, cool stuff too. ;-)

Sergio

Trung Nguyen April 14, 2012 at 9:25 am

I’ve just subscribed to your traffic school to learn more on when it’ll be open, thanks Corbett

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