I want to have one article that serves the purpose of bringing in a lot of traffic for a short period of time (or longer). I figure that since it will probably be about politics, people could read some of my other articles and become returning visitors. I also want to expand on my articles in general. Since I'm not a big website like Huffington post, I need to get the article out there first, so does anyone know the future?
The future (and present) is that CNN, Huffington, Fox, and the thousand other media websites will have articles/blogs posted within an hour of any given event. And every one of them will be ranked above ours.
Other posters as well have said to avoid news-type articles for this reason.
The internet is a tough town.
Thanks for the reply, and I agree. However, is there some sort of general topic that could be searched? Possibly something more general than a specific occurence or happening? Perhaps it could be on the topic of cooking, game play, or any other topic in the world.
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