Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
A website is considered a necessary tool in trade and commerce these days. Since the online market is constantly growing and gaining influence, most business owners feel it would be a waste not to cater to it. Pretty much like an actual store, a website generally needs a steady stream of visitors to generate a satisfactory number of sales. To help online business owners get targeted website traffic for their sites, leading web marketing expert James Schramko put together a training course focused on this subject. He launched Traffic Grab in the early part of 2011 and the response to it has been tremendous. The current version of the course has had a very successful run and is now closed, but a second version will soon be available. In the meantime, a waiting list has been set up and interested parties may now pre-register.
“Traffic grab is currently off the market,” announces Schramko. “What I’m doing right now is I’m updating the product to make sure that it is absolutely the best traffic product available, and by best I mean that it covers unique strategies that are highly effective, proven, and tested.”
The old version covered 24 web traffic steps in a huge mind map called the “Spaghetti Bowl”, a clever coinage by Schramko’s development team. These were presented in 9 hours of video and divided into 6 modules. The videos were available in both streaming and downloadable formats, and accompanied by a PDF transcription and mp3 audio version.
Traffic Grab, once referred to as the Traffic Cheat Sheet, is the product of many years of research and testing. It is regularly updated to suit the most recent developments on the Internet. “We’ve had nearly 2000 customers of Traffic Grab and the feedback has been incredible,” reports Schramko.
Schramko is currently one of the most in-demand Internet marketing coaches worldwide. He is known for introducing into the market high value products, such as Traffic Grab, which he offers under SuperFastBusiness, the company he started and brought to immense success after leaving a high-paying corporate job.
The new Traffic Grab is expected to be shorter with techniques that are easier to implement. It also incorporates suggestions and ideas taken from customers’ feedback. “I’m really looking forward to it and I’m sure you will as well, so please leave your details in the pre-registration form and I’ll send you an update when Traffic Grab version 2 is read to get,” invites Schramko.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebJames_Schramko/TrafficGrab/prweb9399978.htm