Episode #1011
One Simple Hack to Driving Free Traffic
May 08, 2019

In episode #1011, we discuss one simple hack to driving free traffic. Tune in to hear which hack we like the most.

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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:27] Today’s Topic: One Simple Hack to Driving Free Traffic
  • [00:50] Optimize your titles and meta-descriptions.
  • [01:02] Upgrade content that performs well.
  • [01:40] Use Ahrefs to track progress.
  • [01:55] Use push notifications.
  • [02:20] Neil gets a ton of visitors from push notifications.
  • [03:30] However, messenger and push notification unsubscribe rates are high.
  • [03:55] That’s it for today!
  • [04:01] Don’t forget to check out Single Grain for more info about our free live event in June.

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