This is a good career as long as you’re not involved in the manufacturing part of it. What should you do instead? Since these are very expensive tools, there is more money to be made in selling than manufacturing the instruments.

Even though this is where the biggest money and most promising careers are made, many people dislike sales.

If you are one of them (but you’d still like to have a successful high-paying career) then you probably need to hear about website traffic generation.

Why is web traffic generation valuable?

Being able to sell something is less important than being able to bring many visitors to a website. Because even if you have a bad sales process, and you bring millions of visitors to a website, you will still sell thousands of products.

On the other hand, if you have perfect sales process and you bring just a couple of visitors, you will only sell a couple of products.

So being able to generate traffic is almost like a business superpower. And if you have it, your career will be highly successful.

How to get web traffic?

There are many different ways, but my favorite is positioning websites on search results (SEO).

This is also how you got to read this page right now – pure SEO.

So I know what I’m talking about and I know this methods work.

Many people claim positioning websites is hard. And I think it’s hard (for them) because they are all using the same methods and competing for the same keywords.

But that is not the way I do it.

Instead of competing with everybody, I discovered a way to find secret SEO keywords that almost no one is using. This means low competition. And low competition means it’s easy to position a website on search results.

Finding these keywords is not easy, and even the professional keyword tools that cost up to $400 per month cannot find them.

However, the method I discovered allows me to find thousands upon thousands of different keywords that have almost no competition.

Check out the article on organic revenue growth to learn more about these keywords.

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