1.Advertise your website through Traffic campaigns and Email marketing campaigns!.
2.You can use newspaper ad to direct visitors to our site.
3.Buying targeted traffic campaigns from some great traffic service providers, there is no doubt ,your website will be in front of real peoples,because i personally use that service to increase my website traffic and it worked.
4.Try to make a card with your website,and give it to your friends,leave it in car or train .
5.Post articles frequently on popular article sites such as ezine ,go articles etc.
6.post free inexpensive classified ads.
7.Join popular seo forums like this one and make frequent contribution with your website link as signature.
8.Try to find a blog that suites your website content,and make feedback to that blog also remember that feedback should be genuine,so that it cannot be recognized as a spam,include your website link there.
It’s interesting advice. It seems as though marketing online to a global audience would be far more effective than tapping the local market with newspaper and classified ads, business cards, etc. On the other hand, the reach of the global audience comes with a price… a boatload of fierce competition. How many of your neighbors, friends, and people in your town have googled for a site similar to yours, but if you weren’t #1, 2, or sometimes even 3… they never even saw you. Many local businesses thrive and do very well off of local clientelle, and maybe our internet businesses could too…
These are great marketing ideas, yet NOT all of them can be implemented successfully for every single business model, product or service.
One thing I have to add is that if you want to be taken seriously DO NOT cheat. I noticed that your post was edited for placing a fake signature and a moderator had to remove it. Take your business seriously, take the time and business of others seriously and you will be respected and be successful!
Offline marketing is effective but NOT for a lot of websites and virtual products. Internet Marketers won’t go looking for business offline… At least not for the most part.