Getting banned from a search engines is not very common but it does happen and I would like to share some simple tips on creating content that will ensure not only satisfied visitors but also happy search engines.
Traffic is everything for a web business, be it a simple personal blog or a full-blown eStore. Traffic is a lifeline of your Internet business and generating high quality, targeted traffic is something every Webmaster strives for. Problem is some go way too far in [tag-tec]web-design[/tag-tec] and instead of generating that most desired component of their business – they Get Banned From Search Engines.
Most people who start off making money online with a blog soon realize that the money depends on a few critical things. The first one is traffic – how many people visit your website. And the other obvious thing is conversion.
Obviously, you cannot make any money when there are no people visiting your website. Even a little kid can figure this out. I know you knew this stuff.
But what you need to really think over is how “targeted” that traffic is.
You have probably seen this in your Google analytics stats already. There are days when you get 30 people visiting your website and get a sale, but there are days when you get 100 people, but no sales take place.
What’s the reason?
You name it, it’s how “targeted” your traffic is. It either makes or breaks your marketing whether online or offline. It’s the glue that holds all marketing and money making together.
Having your website rank on the first page of a search engine is a huge accomplishment for anyone who achieves it. Just being within the top 10 search results for a particular term or keyword on Google, Yahoo, or Bing will likely bring you loads of traffic and conversions. If you aren’t a well-known site, or your site is brand-spankin’ new, how do you achieve this? Well, if you are a serious online business owner, you will have to use a number of different methods to get your site visible. One of these ways is to employ one-way backlinks.
Traffic is the life blood of any online business. More traffic means more opportunities to get exposure, leads and sales.
The recent Google Panda update has created quite a change in the online landscape.
Old fashioned traffic generation techniques like writing hordes of articles, spinning them into a thousand different versions and mass submitting these articles with the hope that they will bring traffic to your website may not be that effective anymore.
Why be so dependent on Google when there are a ton of other ways you can get traffic to your website.
In this article, I will show you 5 easy yet powerful ways of getting increased traffic to your website.
Are you on Facebook? You should be. Despite the stigma Facebook has as being a social networking sites for school kids it is a powerful ally for your marketing arsenal. Facebook is being utilized by online marketers young and old, and for you to benefit from the same you need be there.