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Traffic Pain Relief: Would a Map Help?

Over the last week, we’ve been talking about Traffic, and just the other day I asked about your frustrations about getting that traffic, and learning how to get that traffic.

Dan Goodwin says he doesn’t know who to trust.

Alex Newell says

“It’s not just that there is a mountain of information it is not knowing which parts,of it are important and what to do first.”

Phil Churleington says

“We have a dozen or more people emailing us with different solutions. They may be GREAT solutions…but…What’s the FIRST THING? And then, what’s NEXT? There’s no one (trustworthy) to help us.”

And Margaret says

“I agree with the others – I have read so much info that I feel like my brain is on overload.”

Most of the comments seem to echo these, and include several very distressing stories about people spending $30k or more on an education that they don’t feel they’ve received yet (based on their results).

The truth of the matter is that

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Getting Closer to a Traffic Solution

Let’s keep talking about traffic, because I think we’re getting closer to a solution.

And I’ve got an important question for you at the end, so please read all the way through and leave your thoughts.

First, an update: I’ve been evaluating some software that might help organize things for you — so you can list your site so people in your industry, or serving the same people, can find you. Of course, the whole system will work better if you can send traffic to someone else, too.

(What comes around goes around, you know.)

But, as David mentioned on my blog, not everyone has enough traffic to give away.

“Nice thought Mark but the fact is that people who only get 1 or 2 or maybe 7 unique visitors a day are reluctant to send them away.”

I’ve got two responses to that. The first response is