yes, do your keyword research, find your niche, check your competition.
build your site around those words. devote one post for each keyword (SEO), get diverse backlinks to each post you want to rank (do follow anchor text), do it slowly and consistently,
offer value in your posts. traffic will come, start collecting emails via awebber, build a relationship with them.
by Kate Swanson7 years ago
I jumped on the bandwagon and signed up for Market Samurai.Having spent some time playing with it, I'd advise people to think twice about signing up.I can see the value, however having used the rank checker and SEO...
by Spacey Gracey7 years ago
Just what it says on the title thread really - I've been using it for a couple of days and just really not getting it. I've watched the videos but I still need some help with getting started on a keyword at the...
by Ashley9246 years ago
How should one find their nichè?
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by jirel4 years ago
I just have a blog and sometimes write for hubages.I understand that niche finder and keyword tool is necessary to promote our articles. What is the difference between niche and keyword tool. I read that we need to find...
by Cls13218 years ago
I'm bored and browsing through keywords with high cpc using the google adwords keyword tool. was wondering whats the highest paying keyword you've ever seen and what was the CPC when you saw it ?I can't remember what it...
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