What is the best strategy to get your web site noticed?

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  1. Les Trois Chenes profile image89
    Les Trois Chenesposted 8 years ago

    What is the best strategy to get your web site noticed?

    I've designed my site, put in tags etc but am confused about what to do next. Keep it clean and simple, add more and more 'content', split it into several smaller sites, keep to the point or diversify? What is the best way to get a site well up in the search engines?

  2. kentuckyslone profile image83
    kentuckysloneposted 8 years ago

    The most important thing is quality content. Concentrate most of your efforts on the content and over time others will link to you on their own and people will recommend it to their friends, share on facebook etc.

    Publish content that people will be interested in.

    There are a lot of other factors and variables but I am convinced this is the most important.

  3. Rusty32 profile image37
    Rusty32posted 8 years ago

    Agree with Kentuckyslone!

    If you have content that people want and need then you will do ok.

    Once you have this you can use SEO (eg work out the key words that people are searching on and include these in your website), write articles (eg on ezine articles), post on social sites (eg digg), and comment on other websites and blogs in your industry.

    Also don't over look the power of ezines in your industry.  Ask ezine owners if you can write guest articles.

    Hope this helps

    Rusty O'Connor

  4. HBSA profile image32
    HBSAposted 8 years ago

    If you want to get your site noticed, the easiest way is to give something of value away for free.  Free is a powerful business model: just look at the worlds biggest website - Facebook.com

    The best way to get a site up in the search engines is a combo of inbound links, relevant content, and user interaction.  If you have more of those than your competitor, you win.

  5. Chupp22 profile image70
    Chupp22posted 8 years ago

    Good content and the "free intensive" are important but they are not the best ways or the most important things to do to get your site noticed. The best things to do to get your site noticed in the search engines is link building.

    There are several types of links you can create:
    Live Directories
    Search Engines
    Social Bookmarking
    Social Networking
    Vertical Portals

    You want to be found for keyword phrases so optimize for the keyword phrases that have the lowest competition and the highest demand.

    If you have questions on how to find that let me know!

  6. profile image45
    packingboxesposted 8 years ago

    Well.. Make it very very useful. If people find it useful they will being to link to it and talk about your website.
    Directory listings always helps

    Dont keep changing onsite meta tags

    Run a small PPC campaign

    Linkbuilding to relevant sites

    Forum posts?

  7. internett1t3 profile image56
    internett1t3posted 8 years ago

    Do more in SEO and create more articles about your site, do article submissions too.

  8. profile image0
    TechTrendyposted 8 years ago

    Content, Quality and SEO as well as reliable back links. It's said that back links from a higher paged ranked website will help increase your page rank within the search engines thus boosting your page higher on the indexed search. Also promoting your site online and offline can be a valuable investment. If you want to diversify your content that's fine but keep each page streamlined to the point and then offer links to the other content that is relevant. If your content jumps all over the place readers may find it hard to stay focused and may not return at all. Stay focused and keep your eyes on the long term goal and through trial and error you will find the formula to succeed.

  9. SubmissionWork profile image37
    SubmissionWorkposted 8 years ago

    Go as per this list -

    # Add quality and useful content

    # Open an account in facebook and create a page about your website and tell your friend

    # Open new twitter account for this website or assignment

    # Whenever you add new thing or contents do not forget to do social bookmarking for it.

    # Start commenting (useful comments only) on the blogs of your niche and get noticed.

    If you will use this than I am sure rest you will find out yourself ...

  10. profile image0
    J and Jposted 7 years ago

    Understand what makes you unique, either your actual business or if the site is your business then different to other sites. Concentrate on that and create good quality content around that area.


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