Thursday, August 22, 2013

Ronn Torossian suggests making the most of web tools like Google AdWords

You launch an appealing website. To promote it, you make accounts on all the major social networks. Then you log in to your accounts and to see people showing interest in what you have to offer, but nothing happens because this is not actually how businesses work.

It requires vision, time, diligent mind and investment to conduct a successful business outreach.

One of the best tools that help you attract maximum traffics towards your webpage is Google AdWords. It may sound like a technically intricate task, and that is why most business may refrain from trying to find out how it works.

But fortunately we have a PR prodigy, Ronn Torossian who suggests starting small with Google AdWords by making a small investment, and once you have fully understood how this platform works, you can take a bigger step ahead for buying and placing ads on a large scale to see those hits coming and increasing your website’s number of views.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Ronn Torossian - Start small and then work things out for your website

Internet is already loaded with well established websites offering useful information about every imaginable resource or topic. So if you think as a freshmen in the web market, you can overtake IMDB or Huffington Post in one go, then that is not possible, no matter how big money you are ready to invest. Therefore, begin with a small focus then steadily expand as a pioneer into that field.

The CEO of public relation firm 5WPR, Ronn Torossian suggests that the key to get enough hits on your website is via beginning small and then slowly carving your way out towards expansion.

For instance, if your website is about car racing, then you can start by publishing local race news. Beginning on a small scale will give you enough scope to identify key and significant group of people rather than just jumping into the ocean of competitors. This will let you explore more areas with better understanding of your field.