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Guaranteed Targeted Traffic Using SEO in Web 2.0

Updated on August 20, 2010

How Important is Guaranteed Targeted Traffic in Web 2.0?

The internet has literally changed the way people interact and communicate with each other. But the case in terms of interaction between the internet itself and its users is different at present compared when the internet was first originally designed as a communication platform (Web 1.0) just a couple of years ago. Today, the internet (Web 2.0) is all about guaranteed targeted traffic and hits from profitable niche markets, social networking websites and SEO methods. The reason for this is because guaranteed targeted traffic and hits can make you earn money online and is easier achieved through viral marketing. Want to Learn How? Move along!

I'm Confused... Just What is the Difference Between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?

The Terms Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 does not actually mean anything. BUT, it is something! Now I got you even more confused. But hey, I'm pretty sure you will understand the difference between the two once you are done reading this hub.

The term "Web 2.0" was coined by Tim O' Reilly on the first O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 conference last 2004. He mentioned that the use of the internet keeps on evolving at a very fast pace. And with this fast-paced change, the way we know what the internet can do keeps on changing.

Guaranteed Targeted Traffic in Web 1.0 and Web 2.0

Getting the Whole Idea?
Getting the Whole Idea?

Okay, So You Got Me More Confused. I Guess I'll Just Have to Read On.

Web 1.0 compared with Web 2.0 is not a newer version of the internet. Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 are not new features of the internet. And Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 is similar yet very different from each other.

I found an easier way to explain what the difference is between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0. According to this site,

* Web 1.0 was about reading, Web 2.0 is about writing

* Web 1.0 was about companies, Web 2.0 is about communities

* Web 1.0 was about client-server, Web 2.0 is about peer to peer

* Web 1.0 was about HTML, Web 2.0 is about XML

* Web 1.0 was about home pages, Web 2.0 is about blogs

If you can notice, Web 1.0 was more centralized. Web 2.0 on the other hand is spaghetti-like. Well, it truly is in terms of viral marketing and web-advertising, e-commerce, file sharing, web-developing and for personal and social uses. Clear? Great!

You Mentioned Earlier That I Can Earn Money From Guaranteed Targeted Traffic In Web 2.0, How?

Yes, I did say that, and yes, you can! In Web 2.0, YOU and the billions of internet users worldwide is what makes the internet. Funneling guaranteed targeted traffic to a website means more hits. Just imagine a potato-selling website. And the potato industry belongs to a profitable niche market. And that potato-selling website gets 20,000 hits everyday. (that's a loooot of potatoes!) Imagine the profit it will get! Makes sense, right? Of course it does! Whoa, that's one (or lots of) Hot Potato!

Guaranteed Targeted Traffic and Profit Onwards

More Visibility on the Web Means More Profits
More Visibility on the Web Means More Profits

SEO = Guaranteed Targeted Traffic = Web 2.0

The guaranteed targeted traffic through search engine marketing made to different websites by the internet users all around the globe is what makes the internet today. Online softwares and e-commerce websites depend on the guaranteed targeted traffic data in their database to improve their services and features. Online entrepreneurs and web developers are still looking for guaranteed targeted traffic methods towards their websites to increase profit and traffic.

Tips to Get Guaranteed Targeted Traffic to Your Websites

Many internet marketers and Web 2.0 traffic specialists promise guaranteed targeted traffic methods to generate traffic to websites. And SEO or search engine optimization is the most well-known method for guaranteed targeted traffic to increase hits to a website. Search engine optimization started ever since the first days of the internet but it was called domain name speculation. The guaranteed targeted traffic effect which search engine optimization aims is to optimize websites using the right keywords so that it would appear in the first or second pages of a search engine's result pages through the use of on-page and off-page SEO. This is vital to online entrepreneurs and e-commerce investors who are into search engine marketing or SEM.

Although there are many ways to link traffic to your website, some methods generate guaranteed targeted traffic which is done through logical ways and meticulous trial and error techniques. Listed Below are the concepts how to get guaranteed targeted traffic to your websites through SEO.

Sorry, No Blackhats Here.
Sorry, No Blackhats Here.

Keywords and Tags: Labeling Your Way to Guaranteed Targeted Traffic to Your Websites

Keywords and tags plays a huge part if you want your websites to be noticed on the web. If you notice, most websites uses tags. With tags, it is easier to find and see the content of your website. What more if your tags are keywords which will help potential visitors and clients find your website, right?

Link Building: Build Guaranteed Targeted Traffic Through Linking

Link building is another way of getting guaranteed targeted traffic. This method is most commonly used in social networking sites (Digg,, reddit etc.) forums, discussion boards and blogs. You may call it spamming, you may even call it guerilla marketing but it's up to you how you will drop links to advertise your website to acquire more traffic.

Tips for Guaranteed Targeted Traffic

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KeywordsRSSLink BuildingAJAX? WTF?
Link Building
Link Building

Guaranteed Targeted Traffic Through RSS

Another method of guaranteed targeted traffic which web developers and web marketers use is through syndication or RSS feeds. This is a website attribute which makes people "stick" in the website. Well, not literally but with RSS feeds, people who have been to the site will know the updates and new contents on the site. Stickiness is its more common term in Web 1.0. This quality of websites will not only make sites noticeable, it also generates guaranteed targeted traffic too.

Guaranteed Targeted Traffic Through AJAX? WTH?

And of course, Web 2.0 will not be Web 2.0 without AJAX (not the detergent brand, silly) or Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX is a javascript programming language which most web developers use to their websites to get guaranteed targeted traffic. AJAX makes interaction like a normal application possible to websites for an excellent interactive content. Truly content is king with AJAX. The greater features, the more unique and more interactive the content of your site, the better and more guaranteed targeted traffic. RSS feeds are made using AJAX, mind you.

Web 3.0? For real?

There are many much complex ways to get guaranteed targeted traffic. But who knows? Just like Web 1.0, Web 2.0 might be changed by a new internet usage concept anytime in the near future.

Actually, rumor has it that Web 3.0 will be available at a website nearest you soon.

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    • Allan D profile imageAUTHOR

      Allan D 

      9 years ago from The Internets

      posting your site on hubpages is also a great way to increase traffic :D

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      9 years ago

      hahaha... Here is some more stuff about <a href="">seo services</a>


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