Especially with the declining economy, most if not all Internet Marketers and Network Marketers are interested in ways to create free website traffic and free leads for their businesses backpage alternatives. Free Classified Ads on prominent websites, such as Craigslist, Backpage, Kijiji now known as eBay Classifieds, and many other free online classified ad sites, are searchable on Google at the click of your mouse.
If done correctly with keyword research for search engine optimazation purposes, your free Classified Ads can be found on the search engines in order to give you traffic to your website or even sales for your business. I like to call this Online Real Estate.
Let me explain. I’ll give you an analogy with the worldwide franchise McDonald’s. Every city has a McDonald’s in the city. However, you can also go outside that city and find many, many other McDonald’s. Right? Right! This is because Ray Kroc didn’t set McDonald’s up for the BEST hamburgers. Mr. Kroc set McDonald’s up for the BEST REAL ESTATE!
Well if you understand this, you’ll be able to see that there is also real estate online just like on the major interstates and intersections of cities. Where? You ask.
It’s when you are found as many times as possible when searchers type in keyword phrases on Google, Yahoo, MSN, Ask, or other search engines. You want your information to come up on the first page which typically has approximately ten key spots.
So when you’re placing your ads, don’t think that your ad placement is not working and that there’s no traffic on the particular Free Classified Ads site. You may not get views to your exact ad on the particular classified ad sites.
However if the site has optimization engaged, your ad just may be found on a major search engine, such as Google. So be sure to sharpen your skills on keyword phrase research. This also has the potential to give you great Google page ranking.
In closing, most online marketers have dealt with trying to get their Free Classified Ads placed on Craigslist and have either had the ad flagged and removed or experienced difficulties with the ad placement. A note to the wise – use some of the other sites like Backpage.com, Merchant Circle, InsiderPages, or eBay Classifieds.