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Aaron Harris
Aaron Harris 9 October 2014

How to Use Emotions as a Web Traffic Magnet

Make them laugh and cry and to be sure that your traffic will be consistent. Know how to use emotions as a web traffic m

Knowing what other campaign strategy you could use to gain more traffic is very frustrating. We all know how hard it is gaining even a small number of traffic to your website. Obviously, you have tried numerous ad campaigns such as blinking banners that shout out loud with graphics, pop-ups and pop-unders that are usually ignored because they are irritating, PPCs that costs too much or even BlackHats SEO tricks that can ruin your website’s reputation. All you need to do is to find another way which doesn’t need to be that hard to obtain and yet, has a great chance in persuading your web traffic to engage.

The trend of popular ads has been evolving continuously around the world of media. At first, brands are so much popular because they are easy to use. Back then, the products that don’t require too much effort to use are the ones that dominate the marketing field. Now, products that have emotional ads are the ones that dominate in the field. These ads usually gather enough internet traffic to suffice its websites.

 

So if we talk about emotional ads, then we could safely assume that emotions are the best asset when it comes to traffic generation.

               So if that’s the case, then you must know how to use emotions as a web traffic magnet.

 

How to use your viewer’s emotion as traffic magnets?

 

               There are multiple ads nowadays that explicit emotional value together with the brand that they advertise. Thy use this emotional strain to alter their viewers’ purchasing decision.

               This trick is practiced by most brands in order to gain more viewers and engagement. And yes, these ad campaigns are proven effective by some website marketers.

 

               Here are some emotions that every marketer could use in this strategy.

  •         Happiness and Joyfulness – Being happy usually leads people to ensure that purchase. Happiness increases the chance of purchasing. Website marketers usually use this medium in order for their brand to be easily remembered by the public.
  •         Fear – Fear, or also known as Scarevertising, is one of the best ways for any brand to be remembered by their viewers. Usually, fear lives longer in the minds of the users, making it as one of the best emotional mediums when it comes to advertising.
  •         Trust – One of the most essential feelings that every website marketer should instill in their “consumer-producer” relationship. When a consumer trust your brand, then the purchasing chance could increase to a higher level. This helps you get more google web traffic
  •         Value – Viewers love to be treated specially. They want each and every thing from your brand with to be special and unique. Give them that assurance your brands will let them feel that they are very important to you.

 

Sometimes, you only must trigger those emotional buttons that could ignite your consumer’s interest in buying. Now that you know how to use emotions as a web traffic magnet, you will be able to get more viewers, more leads, more views and more sales with limited time and maximum accuracy.

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