Oprah Traffic Method

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The Oprah Traffic Method is an awesome traffic generation strategy revealed in a webinar conducted by Russell Brunson for the Zero To $100 Million Dollar Challenge.

Step. 1 ─ Find out what products will be mentioned on The Oprah Show by checking the website Also checkout The Today Show website, Normally the schedules for the respective shows are mentioned well in advance and hence you get time to decide and act. You can also use important product launches like the iPhone, Sony PSP 3000 etc… for ideas.

Step. 2 ─ Write a 300-500 word article on the topic. The article should have a pretty simple format:
a) What is it?
b) How did you learn about it?
c) How will it make your (and others) life better?
d) Where they can get it?

Important: Make sure keyword is in the Title, mentioned 2-3 times per 100 words and it is the last word of the article.

Step. 3 ─ Submit the article to various Web 2.0 sites like Squidoo, HubPages etc… And instead of submitting to each of these sites individually, you can use to submit your site to a ton of Web 2.0 sites. Plus, it’s a 100% FREE service!

Important: Make sure that the keyword is in the Title, tags and description. Also, don’t forget to put your website URL in the description, preferably, before the start of the description.

Step. 4 ─ Submit site to content sharing sites like Digg,,,

Step. 5 ─ Once you have posted your article to the above mentioned, get the individual RSS feeds and submit them to various RSS directories. Checkout a pretty comprehensive RSS directory listing at and DotSauce.

That’s all for “The Oprah Traffic Method”. If done right you will start to generate a ton of traffic to your site. And as you know, the more traffic you get, the more chances you have of getting a sale.

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