This is a function of the marketing channel you are using.
The channel is a very important factor in how much traffic your site gets, a fact that most marketers never seem to discuss. There are five types of marketing channels: Paid Search, Social Media, Email, Link Building, and Forums.
The types of marketing channels are in no way set in stone. The only way to truly understand what marketing channel you are using is to look at your traffic and see what channels are bringing your traffic to your site. This is also why it is so important to do your own research.
If you are paying someone to promote your site, you should be able to answer this question yourself. It is the most important question of all.
For example, if your site is being promoted by a paid social media campaign, you can probably tell if it is a paid social media campaign. If your site has been promoted by a paid link building campaign, you can tell if it is link building. If you can’t tell which campaign is being used, then you should probably start asking questions about your site’s traffic.
Marketing channels are a great place to start when it comes to figuring out what is out there, and how much of it is organic traffic. Your site may be promoted by a paid social media campaign, a paid link building campaign, or a paid search campaign, but you can probably tell that it is not a paid social media campaign or link building. For example, if your site gets 10k visits per month, you should probably ask yourself if it has any sort of paid marketing budget.
This is a question that we get asked all the time. It’s one that we rarely get an answer to because it’s not something that we can really measure. However, we do know that paid marketing is a good place to start because you know your site’s traffic, and you know that it is organic (although we can’t always tell for certain because most paid marketing campaigns end up with a little bit of a spike in traffic).
There’s a lot of research out there about how long a given marketing campaign lasts, and how much traffic is gained or lost during the course of the campaign. This study found that there was a clear correlation between the cost of the campaign and the eventual return of the traffic. This may not be true for all campaigns, but its certainly one of the factors that should be considered when deciding how much money to spend on your marketing.
It may be true, but I think its true for most campaigns, which is why more research is needed.
The more you know, the better.