My website and what to do next

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Hi everyone, So i just picked up affiliate marketing and I made my site which is a product review site. the site is only a couple days old and I am putting the best content I can on there.

I want to know how long do I do this for before I start to generate traffic? I looked up my sites rank on google but I don't have a google rank for that domain. I am kinda worried but it might be too early that's why.

and I am wondering what I should do next. Do i keep on writing content and keep that up or is there something else I need to do.

if someone would like to see my website and give me some constructive criticism im all ears , just pm me.

Please help I've kind of hit a wall.
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  • Profile picture of the author RayjandG
    It is natural that you can't find your specific targeted keywords since it is new. Mostly, rankings and Alexa rank read when it comes in its potential and Googles begins to cache. Content is a big help and continue it as necessary.

    You can start social bookmarking using different platforms such as Facebook, twitter, pinterest, G+ etc. You check Mavericks Web Marketing and Solutions for more information.

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  • Profile picture of the author federal06
    Keep creating good content and promote your site via facebook, twitter, pinterest, etc.

    You can also leave comment in other website, so you can get backlink.
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  • Profile picture of the author ewritezone
    You won't get ranking in just a couple of days. Your site needs to age, and you need to have more quality content for Google to recognize you.

    My advice is, find other sources of traffic in the mean time. Does your niche have forums? Start posting on them with your website in the signature.

    Start promoting your website on Social media sites, and maybe even Youtube (video reviews work really well on Youtube). This way, you'll start getting some traffic, and you'll also be building up quality and targeted backlinks, and Google will eventually recognize your efforts.
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  • Profile picture of the author ewritezone
    You won't get ranking in just a couple of days. Your site needs to age, and you need to have more quality content for Google to recognize you.

    My advice is, find other sources of traffic in the mean time. Does your niche have forums? Start posting on them with your website in the signature.

    Start promoting your website on Social media sites, and maybe even Youtube (video reviews work really well on Youtube). This way, you'll start getting some traffic, and you'll also be building up quality and targeted backlinks, and Google will eventually recognize your efforts.
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  • SEO takes time..

    Attempt to rank for less competitive words..
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  • Profile picture of the author Hemanth Malli
    Hi,
    Having good will be an asset to your Website. So keep Writing good content.
    As SEO takes time to reflect on your rank so I would suggest you to start a Social Media Campaign to get faster results and it will help to engage with people to know about your Website ...
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Hi Josh,

    Keep at it! A few days in, you're running into a bit of resistance. This is natural, and par for the course. We have all been there; or at least the folks who have not quit LOL. Just keep writing targeted, in-depth content. For example; you're new so this may seem insane but I am publishing one, 6,000 word blog post weekly. Google loves that stuff. You may focus on 1,000 word posts, or perhaps 600, to start with. Keep churning out good, keyword rich content for your niche, solving problems.

    Also, make buddies with pros in your niche. I have seen more growth by being friendly, and by promoting others, than through any other strategy because once you have friends, well, you will see your presence expand like nobody's business. Friends Google-Proof your site; even if you want and get Google traffic, your friends will promote you before the Google traffic flows in, which means, you'll get traffic while Google is giving your propers, slowly. Make those friends! Promote them, help them and learn from them. Think creatively; work together with folks for the betterment of all. Again, my network helped make my blog what I couldn't make on my own

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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    if someone would like to see my website and give me some constructive criticism im all ears , just pm me.
    This seems like self-promotional advertising.
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    • Profile picture of the author Thomas W
      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      This seems like self-promotional advertising.

      I agree. Their should a 100 post requirement before people are allowed to post new threads
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      • Profile picture of the author joshlikepie
        Originally Posted by Thomas W View Post

        I agree. Their should a 100 post requirement before people are allowed to post new threads
        I'm just a noob looking for some help thats all, not really sure how its promotional advertisement though.
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  • Profile picture of the author rmacklyn
    Content is no doubt the key performer for any website. But make sure along with the content, you provide the site to be updated on a regular basis so as to give a uniform pinging experience for the acceptable result to come up.
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  • Profile picture of the author joshlikepie
    and thank you everyone for your reply, as everyone said I will keep on with the quality content!
    thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author Eagle07
    Do not expect to have your site rank in the first page in a matter of days unless it is a trending topic with lot of people searching and you happen to build a blog around it. Keep going. Get as much backlinks from other related and great sites. It would help. Additionally, get your site mentioned and shared in social networks..
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  • Profile picture of the author Shankar Rao
    Not sure what type of review site you are doing. If you are doing physical products you can very well use the social media for immediate traffic to your sites, while you are waiting for the google to pick up your content.

    Create awesome review which are useful for the visitors
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