In my journey of generating traffic, I found out most free web traffic generation methods come with “headaches”. Even though these methods have been widely advocated as effective but after going through them, headache is what I get. Just to share with you what “headache” you will get if you opt for them as well.
Make yourself available on a bias of a minimum of 40 hours per week, and if possible, even more. People want to know that they can reach you at a moments notice without having a long wait. Waiting makes people irritable and stressed. In reality, this overtaxes your relationship in the professional aspect.
If you are in a business where you are only interested in making money and have no regard for the quality of your work or the welfare of the client, then your business is inevitably doomed for failure. To reach the full extent of your commercial possibilities, you have to impress upon the client that you want their interests to grow more than your own. Remember, word of mouth is one of the best, and most damaging, forms of marketing. If you get a reputation for poor quality work, again you are headed for failure.
The problem is that if these mass created blogs do not get indexed they are useless. It is not something easy to index a hundred or a thousand blogs created by a black hat software.
That is right. You have probably heard this many times. Blog everyday to get search engine traffic. Te guideline is to write about 400 to 500 quality content on anything, rather on a niche topic you are specialised in. Once you share what you teach, you learn better too!
A car auction on eBay Motors works just like any other eBay auction. You search for what you’re looking for using eBay’s great search engine, then peruse the list of online auctions that look as though they may be offering what you’re looking for. Once you see something that strikes your fancy, you can give it a closer look by examining the listing for the vehicle that you’re interested in.
Copywriting skills. Alright, it’s not all about the robots and the spiders. Search engines need those keywords to pick up the content; but it does boil down to who’s doing the search and what they do when they find your page. It’s not a spider. It’s a human being possible of being your next client. And just as importantly as keywords, you need to have written content that will pull them in and persuade them to use your services or buy your product.
The first point then is never design a website solely on the basis of what you like unless you’re starting some sort of club, say ‘society for collectors of rusty old nails’. Decide who your audience is and then design it with that end user in mind. Many things may appear obvious to you when using your own site but make sure it’s obvious to others who don’t have a clue how your site works! It’s a good idea to make sure all your pages are accessible from the index or home page and make it as easy to navigate as possible.
At first this will seem like it takes a lot of time to customize. It really doesn’t once you get the hang of it. The idea is to pick the lowest hanging fruit from the job description, the areas that seem the most important to the employer, and to go after some of those keywords and phrases. If you do, chances are your phone will be ringing a lot faster for your next interview.