If your competition thinks nothing about credibility then forget it.
And for the rest, what you do offline goes along way online.
And for credible online businesses it's quality that counts not quantity.
Its a very broad question, as above start by creating credibility on your site.
Here are a few quick tips:
- Provide useful, unique information and give it out for free to attract visitors. Ask them to sign up to your newsletter to subscribe to your RSS feeds - keep them coming back
- Utilize social media to build a relationship with your visitors/customers
- Learn the basics of SEO and start applying it
- Take action!
by Multiflavour7 years ago
How can I open an online e-book store without facing competition from Amazon and other big stores?Where should I buy the initial e-books?
by Brett A Rogers3 years ago
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by Nell Rose5 years ago
How Many visitors do you get in one day on your hubs if you have written approx 150?The reason why I ask is that I have seen so many people on the forums stating they have at least 1000 a day. This is fine but they only...
by pinappu5 years ago
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by Gary Anderson2 years ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by thearbiter08085 years ago
Do any of you here know which is better to use, the high competition or the low competition keywords? I have been reading SEO notes and I always get opposing thoughts on using keyword phrases in writing articles. What...
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