By writing keyword optimized ( search engine friendly) articles.
By having quality back links to the above articles.
The simple answer is by increasing the number of backlinks to your website. You can get these in a number of ways:
- by writing free content articles for the better article directories like ezines, with anchor text (ie links) back to a relevant webpage on your site. You need to follow the terms and conditions for each directory regarding the placement and number of these links.
- by posting comments in blogs and forums associated with your niche. Again, you will usually be allowed to include links back to your site, perhaps after you have posted a certain number of 'unlinked' comments first.
- by commenting in Facebook, twitter and other social networking sites, with links back to your site or page.
- by writing hubs here in HubPages (but check that your niche is not one of the ones currently banned).
- by doing all these actions on a regular basis.
This takes time but it WILL work eventually. In nature, 'organic' seems to be slow rather than fast!
Both good answers. I learned the best to rank #1 in google is to write on a topic few have already. For example, don't write an article on something like "how to tie a tie" because the web is already saturated with these type of articles (not necessarily hubs) and you'll never make it to the top with organic search results no matter how good your SEO is. Hours of research is definitely worth the time.
Be careful about links that do not follow because they are kind of useless and don't increase your page rank and position in Google search unless you have thousands of them. I believe that one relevant dofollow link from a PR 5 website is probably worth about 10,000 links nodofollow. Most blogs and social networks are nodofollow.
If you don't know what these are and want to detect them then you can go here to find out http://whoisbid.com/links.html
the best way to do that is to get involve in hub page community, make it your home and permanently your home, get involve in all the activities that you can. Do it passionately without the intention of getting traffic, and you'll definitely end up getting more than what you'll have ever bargained for.
I guess I can give you the tips which I have on my HubPage called: How To Increase Your Hub's Traffic, and it's located at http://genuineaid.hubpages.com/hub/How- … bs-Traffic
Anyway here are some tips from that hubpage
- Write Your Hubs by Yourself
- Write On Your Hub Consistently
- Write Often, the more often - the better
- Do a deep Research before writing your Hubs
- Submit Your Hub to good Search Engines
- Keep a close eye on your outgoing Links
- Have an RSS Feed available for your visitors
- Allow Commenting on your Hubs
- Research and make creative Titles for your Hubs
- Add smart Tags for each one of your Hubs
- Include an informative and clever Description for your Hub
- Format and Organize the Look and readability of your Hubs
- Redesign Your Hub so it looks better, easy-to-read, easy-to-browse, and is more pleasant
- Share Your Hubs in Social Networks
- Take care of the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for your whole Hub
- Be careful on how you use your images, remember to give them proper titles and descriptions
- Submit some Unique and Good hubs to proper places
- Be active in related Forums
- Promote Your Hub's name offline also
- Add your Hub's URL in email signatures
- Target your Hubs at your Hub's visitors
- Spend more time with Google Analytics, it's an amazing tool
- Link between your own Hubs
- From time to time link to other websites and Hubs which relate to your topic
- Spend enough time on Internet Marketing your Hub
- Participate in Social Events and meetings
- Publish Polls and Surveys
- Make a YouTube Video
- Stay away from adding distracting adds on your Hub
- Take a better care of your archive, organize it
- Publish Contests which include prizes
- Write hubs with good and fun lists in them, similar to this one
- Create your username in Social Sites just like in your Hub's domain
- Make and Publish an eBook
- If possible Optimize your Hub for Mobile devices
I m just new here, and didn't understand many things like,
1. how do i submit my hub to search engines?
2. How do I create a back link?
3. How do I know which keywords are searched most related to my topic?
All your info was really helpful. Thank
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