How Long Does SEO Take to Start Working on New Site?

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Many factors determine how fast your SEO efforts will start delivering results. If you have a new website, new domain name and fresh content without a business history it could take a while. Sometimes up to six months before you see results.
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  • Profile picture of the author zadseo
    Yes you are right. I have publishing Articles on my website from last 2 months. But still i can't get any result, Daily organic is round about 10 to 15.
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  • Profile picture of the author zadseo
    One more thing.. Backlinks also can gives you out standing results, specially Blog comments and guest posts. Try Guest posts. Make a plan how much you need to make backlinks per month. I think lets start with 30 backlinks. Now we have plan, 20 niche relevant Blog comments and 10 guest posts on monthly basis, with in 2 or 3 months your websites rocks if your content is genuine. Hope You got it.
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    • Do you mean 10 different guest posts or we can paste the same posts in 10 different guest posting sites?

      If we have to write 10 different blog posts for the sites then it would be asking for too much because its not easy to write even 1 post.
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  • Profile picture of the author stephenchong
    Yes you write it correctly. Many factors depend on ranking a new website. Instead of focussing on creating backlinks for a fresh website. We must focus on on page optimisation. which include website structure, hosting bandwidth, content optimisation, page speed, and responsiveness. It also depends on what your keywords are how your have optimised your webpage content accordingly.
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    You can get traffic almost immediately. But if your bounce rate/time on site figures are bad then Google will assume your content isn't up to standard and you'll lose rankings for that particular keyword.


    So make sure your content is amazing and your bounce rate is low (<60% is what you need to aim for).
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  • Profile picture of the author Black Coffy
    Many factors. Great content, Keyword competitiveness, backlinks etc. I would work on a mix of everything. Blog comments, low competitive keywords, guest posts, article roundups etc.
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