Chris Rutz Explains How To Drive Traffic To Your Website Without Buying Leads
April 03 2008 -Chris Rutz has taught many people how to drive massive traffic to there business website using free advertising. Chris has proven there's a gold mine to tap in to with free advertising, the trick is learning how.
Scottsdale, Arizona, April 2, 2008 -- Chris Rutz asks, “Who wants to spend money to make profits?” If you like most people, the answer should be obvious. But all too commonly, people new to internet marketing go broke within their first month. “So many businesses stick you into a back office and tell you to pay for leads. While investing into your business it important, it’s how you’re investing that can be the difference between success and failure.” Chris Rutz states.
“Free advertising sounds good but where can I start?” is a question many people share. Chris says, “Craiglist!” It’s has incredible exposure to the World Wide Web. Here are a few stats about Craigslist: It has 25 million visitors a month, over 4 billion pages turns a month, ranked one of the 10 most viewed websites, and most importantly It’s free to advertise on.
“It’s a numbers game. Let’s face it, no matter how look at it, the more you advertise, the more you sell. Craigslist is a great resource to get you ads out to millions of visitors. If you stay consistent and put some time in to creating ads with Craigslist, secrets, your traffic to your website will go through the roof!" advises Chris
Chris said at the interview, “I have learned the secrets from the masters which have allowed me to consistently post 1,000 ads a day on Craigslist. See for yourself at http://www.ChrisRutz.com/CL.html Would that change your business? I know for my business it has made a difference. And the best part is; I never pay for my leads!”
Chris Rutz specializes in teaching people how to bring financial dreams into reality through effective free internet marketing. To learn about Chris Rutz’s Methods visit: http://www.ChrisRutz.com
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