Those who all hard work and want to put your website traffic into leads, then don’t waste the time, it is the time when you can turn your visitors into leads and increase rates, generating more sales and increasing your income; after all, that’s why you’re in trade isn’t it? More traffic to a website does not always mean additional revenue, unless the income model is decently based on display advertising. If you’re prepared to learn the ways to convert traffic into leads which is all about making website visitors customers. … [Read more...] about 10 Powerful Ways to Convert Website Traffic Into Leads
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Keywords: thinking about what someone might type into a search engine in order to find a post on your topic. You can research the keywords that people are actually using with the Google AdWords Keyword Planner, and you may want to adjust your post’s title or content a little to be a good fit for reasonably popular keywords. (A “keyword” can be a whole phrase, not necessarily just one word.) Interlinking: adding links to older posts (or going back and updating old ones to link to newer ones, too). This isn’t just good for your SEO – it helps readers to engage more deeply with your blog. Each time you write a post, make sure you include a link to at least one other post or page on your blog. Meta tags: if you have an SEO plugin like All in One SEO Pack installed, you can easily set the title and meta description for your post. This title shows up in search engine results and in the browser tab for the post. The meta description normally appears in search … [Read more...] about Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Blogging
A great way to bring social shares to your site, in addition to a slew of backlinks and traffic, is by creating link bait posts by interviewing some of the top experts within your industry. The concept is simple, but the process is quite time-consuming and lengthy. Reach out to as many experts in your niche market (think outside of just online marketing) and create a detailed compilation of their responses. Once the post goes live, contact all of the people you profiled and watch them kick your blog post into gear as they all start to share your post through their own social media outlets. … [Read more...] about 7 Proven Methods to Explode Your Social Shares
It’s important to have a high volume of content, even right out of the gate. Sites with few pages are easier to hit with negative SEO, for a couple of reasons. First, fewer pages means that one page going down is a higher percentage of the site going down. Second, fewer pages means fewer legitimate incoming links to balance out the negative links. Lastly, “thin” sites are typically lower quality and spammier, which could give Google the wrong impression when your site starts receiving a ton of junk links. … [Read more...] about How to Immunize a New Website Against Negative SEO
I’ve often seen a test site have a robots.txt file that disallows Googlebot and other search bots from indexing that site because it’s a test site rather than the preferred live version. That’s a valid approach, but just be sure to test your relaunched site immediately after relaunch to ensure that the test robots file is not moved to the live site. If it is, then your live site will stop showing in search engine results pretty quickly. … [Read more...] about Relaunching your website? Don’t forget an SEO audit!