I am trying to find a way to get traffic to my hubs , sometimes it looks ok and shows potential ,then just falls away (drops off the radar)
Also sunforged mentioned using tailgate keywords. Are they keywords that follow right after each other ?
Yes I use Google keywords tool thingy ,though never quite sure whether to choose a highpaying keyword or one that is maybe lower but searched for more.
Also what are your thoughts on tags , more or less is better?
In anticipation of your help -thankyou
far be it from me to suggest anything other than putting a lasso around ryan kett, dragging him to the ground and tickling him until he gives up all the info he has.
i'm using blogspot for its ease of use, plus its range of layouts. i believe it's an extension of google, therefore google ads are free. my girlfriend, along with others, will suggest wordpress, where you must pay an upgrade fee to allow google ads.
others will know so much more, so i, and you, should defer to them.
You can't tell without yet another bit of information, which Google doesn't provide and many people don't consider.
To make a good decision, you also need to know how many other websites are actively doing SEO stuff to rank for those keywords, both onsite and offsite.
Onsite means the keywords that are being used in the title, URL, headings, etc.
Offsite means the type and number of links that other websites have made to the page.
The easiest way to do this is with a tool like Micro Niche Finder, or Market Samurai. These are not free tools, but they don't cost too much - Around $150 each.
(You can do it manually, but it takes a lot of time)
If you REALLY want to learn about this stuff I strongly suggest that you look at the training provided by Ed Dale's Thirty day challenge. www.thirtydaychallenge.com
Invest 30 or 40 hours going through the material there, and a similar amount working on your keywords and sites.
You'll also get a free 30 day subscription to Market Samurai, and be taught how to use it. (A limited version of Market Samurai is available for permanent free use)
You can watch everything online, or download all the free lessons from the apple store, and watch the video courses on an iPod.
Eaglekiwi (and anyone else reading this)
At some time you've got decide if you're serious about this stuff.
Rather than hanging around forums picking up a morsel here and there, make a committment to really learn something. Invest some time.
All of the experts here have spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours of frustration, learning, gnashing of teeth, and finally success.
It's called paying your dues, and there's no short cuts.
Ed Dale's course is the best free course available on the net.
If possible, take advantage of it.
(you'll need access to a fast broadband connection)
Not tailgate, Kiwi, longtail keywords! LOL! Anyhoo, take your eyebrow-tweezing hub. No one is searching for your keywords. And your URL, title and tags are conflicting in the keywords you're after.
You need better keyword research and search engine optimization, babeeeeeee!
I put up an optimised hub in the last few hours just for fun.
results: less than 20 views, over 5 clicks, earnings over $5.
Thinks: Hmm. Maybe I should do more like this
This is what I use for keyword research. http://TheInternetBloke.com/mnf
Watch the free videos. you'll learn a lot.
Hey bdog thanks for answering , your suggestions sounds as good as any to me . For some reason (dont have the right programmes installed or something) I couldnt figure Wordpress, just got a whole lot of coded stuff.
Thanks for ya input and yea dunno whats with Ryan ,maybe hes become one of those reformed smokers an ignoring me...sure he loves me deep down hehe
When you have sussed it all out, can you pass it on to me
Gawd ,for a moment there ,your post transporteed me back to high school!! almost heard , now young lady ,you have a good amount of potential if only you would apply yourself!!
Sheepishly Ive gone back to my seat
Truthfully it does seem like a lot of work , but realistically I might as way make good use of the free time I have too.
Thanks you and luv ya for taking the time providing the info
Yeah, I suppose that's how it came across, but I didn't really mean it like that
You may have noticed that I don't post here much any more. So I'm glad that you've taken it in the spirit it was intended.
cheers, Eric G.
Ok buggar it all , Im off to training
(Buy ya a beer with my first hundy payout )
Great. you'll learn a lot.
The objective of the challenge is to earn a dollar online - which sounds like a huge waste of time.
Until you realise that the skills you learn to make that dollar are applicable to making lots more.
And I'll look forward to that beer
And sorry, but I REALLY can't get used to your new avatar
Hell I know.... No one takes me seriously anymore... (if they ever did?) But I get a huge amount of petting attention
I bet them bumbletown ladydogs dont minds ya shedding all over ...the wheres ,lol...
Eric@ woohooo Ive started training and signed up to that 'she rocks in the tree-tops all day long" twitter, least I think I did.
I even gotta dashboard thingy , all this work , I need a wee lie down already
(exited ,really) if I was Pearl Id probably just wee on the floor ..
That's great to hear.
After all the preseason stuff, (which introduces some great tools and websites) you'll start to learn how to select effective keywords.
Even if this is all you learn to do, you'll be able to use this knowledge to choose great keywords to use at hubpages.
If you keep going with all of the course material, you'll pick up a huge amount of skills that you can use in many different ways.
I look forward to seeing you becoming a mentor for others.
All the best, and let me know how you're going with a PM from time to time as I don't come here much anymore.
(And pearl wears doggy diapers - or so I'm told - so the floor is safe!)
Bottom line is EK: thats what sets you above tyre kickers (If you Know what I mean!) I was about to recommend that you spoke to Eric and/or bought his e-book... when he jumped on and posted.
Eaglekiwi, I'm another who thinks Blogspot is a good one (particularly for someone new). It's really, really, easy to use; and Google will put ads on it if you want them to.
I, too, use the "maybe-as-well-make-good-use-of-my-free-time" approach, rather than a more business-like one. So, I don't do what people really need to do to get traffic and "whatever". Still, that doesn't change the fact that anyone who wants to take a more business-like approach to a Blogspot blog can easily do that.
I have a Wordpress blog (for some half-baked reason I don't really know), and I have (I think) 13 Blogspot blogs that I started with the idea of kind of organizing/categorizing by theme my different writing, adding to, and "creating an atmosphere" for any readers (as if there are actually readers ). Since the blogs are kind of "two tiers down" from my "main free-time endeavors" they're not what they should be; because everything is just spread too thin. My aim is to gradually fatten them all up; but in the meantime, it was fun to set them up, create the custom colors/themes, add music, etc. I think Blogspot (besides being super-easy to deal with) is the next best thing to having your own website. (I've had two websites, as well as a free one or two that come with other accounts; but they were "three tiers down" on the "free-time" thing; and they had nothing to do with where I find "real" freelance assignments - so I dumped them for now. For now, the blogs are just kind of there - waiting to be turned into something more than musical "storage units" for writing.
Hey Lisa I love reading of your experiences,and you always go into detail ( I like that )Gifted marketer girl, ya sold me on Blogspot too ,cuz I love whistles n bells ,throw in some color and I will settle down and write
Eventually this might just all come together ,thankyou once again !!
lol@ doggy diapers (they actually have them ,can you believe!!)
Um mentor seems a long way off ,but thanks for the vote of confidence.
Are you happy with your adsense returns though ,cuz thats really what Im after.
Listen to Eric Kiwi, this double bloke knows what he is talking about. Yet I definitely have better than him luck with adsense.
Yep - Misha makes enough from adsense to lease that drilling platform that's in the background of his pic.
(And that's also why he's dead against the "water for fuel" movement.
Because if people realise it actually does work, then they wouldn't buy the petrol produced from his oil rig )
30 Day Challenge - awesome! I can't believe how much I've learned. Thanks Eric!
Wow - great info Eric - had to go check out the hub and your link. Looks promising. When My hubs grow up I want them to be big strong money vacuums just like yours, LOL
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