Your website needs two things to thrive, quality content and plenty of interested visitors. You purchased your domain name, designed a quality website and you didn't get the traffic you hoped for, this happens all the time. By now you realize there's a bit more to it than that, you have to attract visitors which is not an easy task with a new website. Don't fret, you have options. You can buy SEO advice to try and improve your rankings, you can hire an article writing service to develop engaging articles and you can buy website traffic to get some views.
Visitors can find you in many ways and the best kind of traffic is always free. Word of mouth, solid search engine rankings and brand recognition are three of the best sources of free web traffic. It is also perfectly acceptable to buy advertising to increase the visitor traffic you receive. Paid web traffic is often measured in number of visitors when it should be measured in number of interactions, conversions, sales or other activity that meets your goals.
Social media is where the discussion is and so it's a good idea for webmasters to join that discussion. You will face the same challenges with a new social profile as you do with a new website, nobody knows you(yet). Interacting sincerely with people on subjects you are passionate about is the best way of gaining social media visibility but there are also paid options. You can pay to be added to a list or group, you can buy an ad on an established personality's feed and you can hire a social media expert to do some of the work for you. In many cases I recommend doing both.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with hiring a qualified article writer to research and produce your content. What you need to avoid is a writing service that is not qualified to talk about a subject. Persuading your audience requires top quality, verified and accurate content. I highly recommend you hire several writers until you find one that produces the quality and type of content you desire. Never buy duplicate, spun or plagiarized articles, regardless of cost, as these will do more harm to your website than good.
Yes, if you're not an SEO expert yourself, and consider it an investment in future results. Optionally you can take an SEO course and learn the ropes yourself. As with buying articles it is not automatically bad to hire an SEO expert, in fact your return on investment(ROI) can be significant over time. Hire a reputable SEO service with a proven track record to improve your chances for a positive return. Balance the pros and cons when considering price but ultimately what you are looking for is an SEO expert with a solid understanding of what to do and not do for your website or company.
Years of experience have instilled a desire to share knowledge and help others navigate the developing website owner's many challenges. Little things like not being afraid to hire a new writer and develop a working relationship with them can save you a fortune and be extremely rewarding. A dollar seems cheap but remember that in many parts of the world a dollar goes a lot further. New writers and SEO experts just starting their web businesses will often take lower paying starter jobs to build a reputation with. Over the years I've found, hired and worked with many such writers, editors, content producers and SEO experts with excellent results. Be sure to read some of my tips and tricks about hiring writers, SEO experts and content developers in other parts of the site, they will be added regularly.