How Can I Get Traffic To My Website, And What Is The Safest Way?
In 2005 I Had The Idea After Trying To find A Telephone Number Inside The White And Yellow Pages Books, But It Was Really Hard And I Did Not Have The Book In My Hands. Then The Ideal Of making A Website For All American Countries With The Common Ground On Information For Business, So I Made An International Directory. But Till These Days The Search Engines Can't Figure It Out About What My Website Is About.. Some Qualify It As A Directory And Others Are Just Lost. 5 Long Years Writing And Uploading Pictures, Making Videos For Youtube & Metacafe, Registering To Internet Directories, Updating.
Have you tried using social media. You may want to evaluate keywords located in your website. I'm not an expert, but those seems to be ways of improving traffic to business sites.
The best method for ensuring you get healthy traffic to your content begins even before you write your first sentence.
The secret to traffic is keyword research and competition analysis.
Getting your web asset ranked highly on the search engines is the best way to ensure consistent long time traffic numbers and without doubt the best marketing strategy to do this would be micro niche marketing.
It's ironic that hubpages is the perfect platform for this kind of highly effective online marketing strategy, unfortunately not that many people know how to properly perform keyword research as well as micro niche research or even how to market a micro niche properly.
Though when you do its not at all that hard to make beer coupons (money), though it does take a fair bit of work.
you can look at my hub for this, it will help on the point of the safest way, no details needed or work......it's simple:)
by easyspeak 8 years ago
Just curious if anyone is using article directories like ezine, xomba and buzzle to drive traffic to your hubs. From what I understand about pageranks, if I write an article for ezine, even though ezine has a high pagerank, my article on ezine will have it's own pagerank...which will be low...
by Ethan Green 6 years ago
I've read a lot about the importance of doing keyword research, but then you also get the impression that to really do that research properly can take a long time unless you get lucky early on or really know what you are doing. So I wonder, with some people pumping out huge amounts of hubs, are...
by Eric Dockett 4 years ago
This is long, so here's the bottom line: Basically, my problem is I want to build a site around the same topics and keywords I've done well with here on HP, but I don't want to do anything that would damage the work I've already posted here.I have a couple of niche HubPages accounts that do okay....
by Diane Marie 8 years ago
I have been a member for about 10 days now, and I can not figure out how to get more traffic to my pages. So far I made 4 hubs. I would appreciate if you would take a look at them, and let me know anything you know about how to make money on hubpages because so far I made...
by retireyoung 10 years ago
I was wondering if anyone is making any significant money from their pages. Or are people just doing this for having fun.
by SunSeven 10 years ago
Before starting here at Hubpages around 11 weeks ago, I was quite active at myLot, which is another honest site that really paid me well. In between I tried my hand in paid to click programmes and paid to read email programmes, which did not give the satisfaction Hubpages gave me. Here's a new hub...
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