– Hey everyone, it's Neil Patel.
And today I'm going to sharewith you the best traffic hack.
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Now, as you can see on my screen, this is my Google Search Consoleaccount for neilpatel.
You can see my traffic stats from Google.
And I want you to look at my top pages.
What do you notice here? This is Ubersuggest.
This is Ubersuggest in Portuguese.
This is a blog post on, this is in Portuguese, so I'm going to guess it's relatedto something with Instagram, because Instagram's a URL.
This is my homepage.
This URL is a SEOanalyzer which is a tool.
This is a blog post on Instagram.
This is a post on affiliate marketing.
This one's a Brazilblog post on Instagram.
This is a Brazil post on marketing.
This is a Spanish blog post on Instagram.
Okay, so, what are you noticing here? You're probably going to guess, Instagram drives a lot oftraffic, and that is true.
And you can see there's quite a few posts, that are related to Instagram, but, look outside of that.
What else do you see herethat's really intriguing when it comes to my traffic? Especially look at the big numbers.
The big numbers are actuallygoing to tool pages.
If you look at the top five pages, three of them are tools.
Just think about that.
60% of my top fivepages are tool oriented.
Here's Ubersuggest, which is in the lead, number one drastically byover three x of number two.
And hey, number two is also a tool, right? Then you get a blog post on Instagram, then my homepage, and then, shockingly, another tool.
Tools drive a ton of traffic.
Now I'm going to show you what I did and how I got this traffic.
I created this tool called Ubersuggest, I'm not going to boreyou with the details.
But you can put a keywordon pretty much anything, like I'm typing in marketing here.
And I can end up gettingresults on let's say, you know, data for anyonesearching for a term.
Or I can even put in a URL.
And let's say I put inthe URL of neilpatel.
com just so you can see you know, traffic statsfor any domain name.
Now for you to build something like this, it's going to take a lot of effort.
You don't have to end upbuilding something like that.
And I have a lot of different tools, you know, like here's the one on, the SEO analyzer, whichI ended up showing you.
And you can put in a URL.
And again, it'll just crawl a website and tell you SEO errors.
But you'll notice somethingthat's quite interesting when I end up showing you all my tools and I have a lot of tools I get traffic such as my SEO analyzer, heck even A/B testingcalculator, backlinks tool.
And as you can see there is, you know just a lot of traffic here.
Now let's look at this A/Btesting calculator for a minute.
If I go to pages, page, let's type in ab-testing, hopefully it comes uppretty quick, all right.
So as you can see here, not bad, 28, 000 clicks over to my website in the last three months.
That's not bad all from a tool.
See unlike content, I don'thave to keep updating it.
I don't have to keep writing news up.
This tool, I haven't updatedprobably in three plus years.
And you're probably thinking, “Hey Neil, I don't have the budget to create tools like you.
” In the long run funny enough, it's cheaper than creating content.
And I'm going to actually show you a hack on how to actually placethese tools on your website without spending anydevelopment resources.
Now keep in mind, you're not going to do aswell as my Ubersuggest tool.
And let me remove it hereso that the A/B testing tool got roughly 20, 000clicks over three months.
Ubersuggest of course, got a lot more, but that's because it's custom, but still 28, 000 clicks is a lot.
And you can have a lot of little tools that get 20, 000 clicks.
So how do you do it without developing it or spending a ton of money? Well, there's actually thesite called CodeCanyon.
I'm going to go to it right now, where you going to end up buying tools and placing them on your website.
And they're not labeledas CodeCanyon's tools or Envato market, I don'tknow how to say that word.
They'll be labeled as your tool.
So I'm in the SEO niche.
So I can type in SEO, and let's see what shows up.
837 potential tools.
That's a lot, right? Look, SEOHunt, SEO Redirect Pro, SEO Propeller, advanced SEO analysis tool that you can end upplacing on your website.
There's a lot of tools.
Some of them will be your great fit.
Some of them will, and you can just go and search for a lot of different tools on anything.
So like I can type in real estate.
Now let's see what showsup for real estate.
And I mentioned you get a lot of results.
Let's see, Real Estate Made Simple, Real Estate Geo Portal.
I'm going to keep goingReal Estate near me.
This could be coolplacing it on my website that could drive traffic, portal CRM pro, let's get more specific.
So sometimes surgerieswon't go the way you want and let's type in mortgage calculator.
because if you're in real estate, probably you want a mortgagecalculator on your website.
Yeah, look, there's tons of them.
$32, you know, 16 bucks, tax savings on mortgage calculator.
You can add in all thesecalculators on your website and it can drive a lot of traffic.
And then literally you justdownload 'em, install them, and then boom, within seconds, they're on your website.
So you can end up creating tools technically for pennies on dollar because you don't have to create them.
Add themto your website and boom you're off into the races.
And they lably have toolson every single industry.
I can type in cars, you know, and there'll be a ton ofresults for cars, 874.
Now, again, they all won't be relevant, but yeah, the ones that are can drive you a ton of traffic.
So I recommend not just doingstuff for mere marketing or going live on these social sites or creating content or building links.
Yeah, those are allgreat forms of marketing but why not add tools to your website? You don't have to create 'em.
You may not get as much trafficas I do with Ubersuggest because I created something custom, but you can still geta lot of traffic using generic tools like I did withmy A/B testing calculator.
So if you have any questions on tools or how you can use them for your website, leave a comment belowand I'll help you out.
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