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Create an Authority Site to Increase Your Web Earnings

Updated on April 26, 2015

Build your own authority sites

Content authority sites are a tremendous source of information realized from building smaller sites and joining them together.
Content authority sites are a tremendous source of information realized from building smaller sites and joining them together. | Source

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An authority site is basically a site that has the information or service people are searching for and the readers are confident that the material being provided is from a trustworthy source that is an authority on the information or field. The info provided could be a theme, service, targeted content or even similar to an article directory. The content is searchable by anyone that visits the pages. Authority sites are adding quality and value to the readers experience on the web.

Authority sites are built upon structures that are typically smaller sites joined into one large site. Many successful sites are looking to purchase the competition if possible and take over a larger market share. If you are in the marketplace with achievement in your niche or field with a site and are wondering where to go next consider creating an authority site.

Many webmasters are creating authority sites. Creating an authority site may be a lot of work, but certainly not impossible.

An authority site is supposed to provide an enhanced experience for the reader or user and contain an extraordinary amount of information. You want to have an optimization for your visitors along with content optimization to be successful with an authority site. If you are wondering about SEO or search engine optimization with your authority site, don’t. Search engine optimization is a by-product of producing content and visitor optimization. With an immense amount of information or material you will achieve your search engine optimization for any authority site.

A great example of an authority site is consists of a broad domain and inside of the broad domain or main site, multiple topical sub domains exist. This is the approach that you would like to mimic on some level that will function for an authority site you are building.

You can make it more or less general depending upon what the material or service of your authority site will be. When targeting a specific market tweak your domains to gear them toward your market with precise nuances for the market you want to attract. After you begin to generate traffic you may need to continue tuning or modifying your sub domains for various topics or areas that emerge from the original large general domain.

You can create your own authority site or pay someone to create one for you. Regardless of what direction you take, you need to know the basics of an authority site. That information is outlined here.

The following is needed to achieve success with an authority site;

· Recognize and know your product or service

No matter what product or service you are creating an authority site for, you want to make certain you know it inside and out. Learn everything you can about the product or service. Knowing the product or service will assist you with shaping your site and arranging the information for the audience.

· Know the market for your service or product

Understand and know the market seeking your service or product. Professional market researchers are available for professional assistance with this task. However, even if you receive professional help you should still gain your own personal knowledge of the market to help you gain insight and shape your authority site to make it flourish.

There is statistically specific information or general information that together can help you create the content of your site to meet the demand of your market and lead to success. This information will help you stay at the top of your game and keep you ahead of your competition.

· Plan, design and develop

Planning is always important to achieve success with any project. The larger the project the more planning should take place. You should have a short term plan as well as a long term plan. Consider keyword strategy which includes keyword saturation, fundamentals of keywords and keyword phrases and also a link strategy. Include web hosting, traffic stats, blogs (this is a wonderful way to generate content), log files, file management. Depending upon what type of site you create you may need to have plans that include others submitting content or material to the site. How will you achieve this? Do you need to have procedures or guidelines developed? Who will monitor this process? Plan for the worst and expect the best.

Designing your site is extremely important. How attractive is your site to readers? Will they not only find and use your information or service, but what will make them return?

Development of your site should include advertisement and reeling in an audience. Do you plan on having others submit content to your site? If so how will this take place? Development is a necessity that shouldn’t be ignored or taken lightly.

· Have a strategy in place for your project

A strategy is vital to making your authority site a winner. Know what you want and have a plan to get there. Always keep your end game in sight and move toward it. After you achieve one goal, move on toward the next.

There are numerous advantages to having an authority site. As mentioned briefly you can eliminate smaller competition in your niche by buying up the competition and incorporating them into your authority site. Additionally, the advertising income potential is astounding. The revenue that could be generated is possibly the most attractive reason for an authority site.

Review other authority sites to determine what works and what doesn’t.Many people that develop an authority site will take their own personal sites that are already up-and-coming and combine them with others owned by the same webmaster or competition to create their first authority site.

Authority sites are the wave of the future and many people around the web are looking at this. All of the owners of the currently prosperous sites began somewhere and they probably were very similar to where you are at now. They took the information outlined here or someplace very comparable and put it to use to begin their authority site that grew from there. The strategy they had in place was realized and changed to accommodate the growth of their site.

Detailed information defining an authority website


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    • arkrishnar profile image


      6 years ago from India

      I realized the importance of building authority site with your article. Wonderful

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      6 years ago from California

      Good information! I know an authority site is important, I need to invest more time into implementing!!!! Thank you for sharing. Rated up and useful.

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      6 years ago from Austin, Texas

      I guess you need to make an authorative niche site :p

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      Boo McCourt 

      6 years ago from Washington MI

      Something I have not heard of, but am very interested in reviewing more. THis could really help draw attention to hubs and other articles you have written elsewhere. Great information indeed! Tweeted!

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      Dee aka Nonna 

      6 years ago

      This is great information and your hub will be used as a reference as I try what you are recommending. Thank you for sharing this. Voted up, interesting and useful.

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      Barbara Badder 

      6 years ago from USA

      You've written some interesting articles. I'm going look at some of the others.


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