Every one gets tired of building backlinks from time to time. And sometimes we get so tired we just quit. But many people forget, the most important sphere of ranking is on-site optimization. If you have built a site, and believe you have done so to SEO standards, you should rank in the top 50 pages of Google without one single backlink. After you have accomplished that section. The next is to move into your social media with google +, facebook, twitter and so forth. Dont forget to include these on your site and also to ping them every time you make a post. And get followers. After you have completed this stage, don't buy backlinks, do them yourself, and find good quality sites and discussion forums to talk about your market. YES, it is WORK, but just one quality backlink per day for each of your top keywords. This method will always work, you will never get penalized. But remember when you build links.
The few above are just an idea amount of percentage needed. The above is only for SEO. SEO alone will not bring you in traffic. After you see yourself start to rank, move into social marketing. This will be the kicker that gets you to the top.
This post is for anyone who has a website and is struggling to get traffic to it. The purpose of this post is to give you free methods that will bring traffic to your website in short as well as long term.
One of the most basic things to realize if you have a new website is that, it will take some time before you start getting continuous flow of traffic to your website. The more effort you put in the better it will be for you but it will still take some time. No matter how good you are, some things just take time.
Good morning, CubeMonk3y here with my first post on the forums.. Please forgive me if i missed a FAQ or sticky thread about this. I'm happy to be here!
So my e-commerce story started with listening to the 4 hour work week on my way into work and hearing about how people have completely changed their lives by creating somewhat passive income through e-commerce.
I have a folder designated on my system where I have my future blog posts stored in MS Word. When I want to make a blog post, I go to my WP-admin, open up "posts" to make a blog post and paste my articles into the text area after highlighting the text and "right-click / copying" from MS Word.
How safe is this if I do it this way? I mean, is there other code dragged from MS Word into WP? Or?? Feedback / insights / constructive criticism appreciated.