Don’t Make This #1 Traffic Mistake


Do you want traffic? Of course you want traffic. Everybody wants traffic. This is what you have to do. Stay tuned.

I’m going to tell you the number one mistake that people make when they are trying to get traffic to their website, blog, what have you. You know Twitter.

You know Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, you know you have free traffic. You have paid traffic.

The one thing that all successful internet marketers do is find one traffic source, and fucking kill it.

I mean dive into it, you know, balls deep and kill it, okay?

Learn it inside and out, and then you look at guys like Ty Lopez. -I mean, YouTube advertising. I mean that was his traffic source. I mean that’s it.  Gary Vee, – Twitter. Amy Porterfield – Facebook ads. Pat Flynn – podcasting.

You find one traffic source and you kill it. Do you think if you really took, let’s say, Instagram, and really did … do you think you could make a nice living on that?

Of course, of course.

And Twitter, whatever it is. Do you think if you knew the insides and outs, and had it down pat that you could make a nice living off of one traffic source?

Of course you can.

Okay, but you don’t want to do that forever. The worst thing that you want to do is to start off, and like, oh yeah, I should do Twitter. I should do Instagram. I should do Pinterest. I should do live videos.

If you do all that at once, you’re going to be shitty at every single thing that you do. You’re going to get trickles of traffic from here and there. You got to do one at a time, okay.

You don’t want to do that forever. You want to do one at a time and kill it.

And whatever the traffic source is, there is the law of diminishing returns that when you get to a certain point, it gets harder and harder and harder to get more traffic, so you will know when you hit that point, okay.

If it’s Facebook ads, the more money you spend, you’re just not getting that return, or whatever it is.

If it’s YouTube, you’re cranking out the videos. You’ve got all these subscribers, and it’s rolling along, but to get to that next level maybe it’s not quite worth it.

When you get to that point, you automate. You write down everything, your set of procedures, processes. You outsource, and you get that machine rolling, and then you move on to the next traffic source.

That’s called traffic stacking, okay.

You kill one. You get it set up, as it’s rolling along, then when you’re confident you know everything about it, you go on to the next thing.

I mean, that’s just what all the successful people do, and that’s what you should be doing, so that’s my advice for you. Traffic stacking. Don’t do everything all at once. Do one at a time. Kill it. I mean, really kill it. Learn it inside and out.

Kill it, automate it, and move on to the next thing, and stack it on top of it, and then if you want to have separate traffic sources. Paid, free, and social, because it protects your business. You don’t want to have all your traffic from one source, and then an algorithm change, or a privacy change or something happens, and then you get wiped out. You want to have, build, many different strong traffic sources, so there’s my advice to you.

Please don’t try to do it all at once.

Do them one at a time

Kill it.

Automate it.

Move on to the next.

Remember, it’s right in front of you, grab it and make it real. Cheers.

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