Please check the link in my profile. The website is up for 5 weeks and has zero PR, DA & PA is 1 and I get no traffic nor I rank for any keywords. Is it an issue of SEO? or is there any other issue that is bothering the sites visibility.
You just joined HubPages to get help for your website? This is a site for writers not a tech help resource.
Maybe someone nicer than me will take a look. However, this could be a spammer trying to get you to click on the link.
Yes I am a newbie here but definitely not a bot nor I'm interested to get clicks on my link. I genuinely need help on my website and this is not the only forum where I'm seeking help. I know this can come out fishy but thanks to you I get to clarify that this is not a scam. You don't need to go to my website to give me suggestions, any inputs from your experience would also be helpful.
I agree with Bev. However I took a quick look at your site to sate my curiosity.
You have lots of H3/H4 tags and few or no H2 tags. Your subtitles need to be H2.
Your content seems to be in really competitive niches - as a new site, there's no way to compete, so you need to find topics that have less competition and are more niche.
Your posts don't seem to have anything tying them together; Google will send you more traffic if you're an authority on a certain topic. If you write on a dozen topics, Google will get confused and won't know what your topic is and will give you less traffic.
You only have FOUR posts! That's a blip in the blogging ocean. You're the stereotypical person we laugh at for "Writing 5 posts in 2 weeks and asking why they're not a millionaire".
It takes time to build up SEO, traffic and authority. 20% of your content will get 80% of your traffic, so you need a LOT more content and time. Write 100 articles and wait 6 months, then ask why you're not getting traffic.
I'm not clear what your website is meant to be about. If you're trying to be a magazine, I would say, don't waste your time. The competition from large professional publishers is too great.
These days, if you want your website to do well, it must specialise in one subject. So pick one you know a lot about and stick to it. Aim to write about 20,000 words to get the site started, then schedule posts to appear regularly after that, at a rate of one every week or two. In about six months you may start to see traffic.
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