If you have a website, you want traffic; lots and lots of traffic, as a matter of fact. You are well aware of the fact that there are now millions of Internet users out there, and among those millions, there may be at least one or two thousand web surfers every day looking for the exact services or products that you’re selling. But there’s a problem. How do you reach out to those potential customers and make them come to your site?
Apply SEO to your Post Title and Content. Search Engine Optimization is how you are indexed and ultimately found in the search engines. If you are trying to target an audience for SEO or Search Engine Optimization, then you need to use those keywords in your title and throughout your article. The more specific you get the better. Example: If you title a blog “Domain Hunter Gatherer Tips” you will get lost in the search results. However if you title your post “SEO Tips for Writers”, this specifies what audience you are targeting and increase the changes of being found on the first page of search results.
The idea behind search engine optimization is to increase the chance of search engines placing your site high in the ranking when someone types in a keyword. You can do this by including keywords in the content of your website so that they are selected by the search engine fingers that search through the web for keywords. You can select keywords by using established keyword tracking tools that rank keywords more apt to be heavily used by your potential customers.
Short domains are supposed to be best but it’s increasingly difficult to find one without paying someone a lot of money to take over the domain. There are alternatives though, such as expired domains which we will explore a little later on.
They are terrific citations as they show you are serious about being found online, plus they will drive some traffic of their own to you. Now Google is still king of search engines, but the others still have a solid slice of the market.
Patience. You don’t get to the top overnight. (unless you pay) Submit (manually) to as many search engines and directories as possible. Do this every 30 days.