“I'm frustrated, I have three sites, lots of unique content, even social bookmarks, and still very little recognition from Google (and other search engines.) Help?”— Charles James
How about focusing on your target audience? The more specific you reach the people you want to serve, the more traffic Google will send your way. Target what your audience is searching for online. Forget about what search engines like; focus instead on meaningful content, titles, and descriptions that speak to qualified prospects.
The Biggest Lie About Search Engine Optimization That Google Doesn't Want You To Know
Search engines make their money by providing meaningful results to their visitors. You give the content a specific audience wants to see, and search engines will gratefully show you the traffic.
The biggest lie about search engine optimization is that gimmicks, tricks, and appeal to the platform are necessary for website traffic. If you write for the type of people you want to attract, keep, and have as customers, then you can find them.
No gimmicks, no tricks; write for the people you want to attract. Cover topics they are interested in, build a community around your website. Search engines will find you.
Search Engines Was Your Business Website In Good Working Order (And To Index You Without Effort)
It is helpful to do things like site maps and RSS that help visitors return to your site. Google and other search engine look for these things to update their indexes. These are technical aspects of a modern business website.
I have clients listed instantly in the search engines (organically), not because of any particular technique but rather their value to a specific audience. Search engines platforms want visitors to their site; quality content gives them that.
When someone visits your site, is it clear who you serve? Make your target audience evident to your visitor, and search engines will recognize you with traffic. You can have this same kind of attention when you first give it to your target audience.
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