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Approach for new websites?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Kranox1992, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. Kranox1992

    Kranox1992 Registered Member

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    Hey guys,
    i'm offering a free service in the entertainment-niche. Its a clean little site, with some infos and a player (and layer ads, but with reloadtimer...so..its okay!)

    And yeah. The problem is...i just dont know how to start. I already wrote on some guestbooks and wrote high quality comments on blogs i like and think are good. (1-2 really well known sites for example)

    But i dont know how fast would be finde, if i DONT spam. I dont spam and never use my links in my text!
    ( i just dont like it and if i saw what my competitors do...its a shame and i'm very angry about that...but nevermind)

    So i ask you guys, what do you think is the best? I'm not the kind of guy who are good at article writing. I think.

    I think for now i need a lot more traffic...but...haha..yeah..thats the question..whats the best way to improve the traffic? (i know..ranking..but i'm totally new to this)

    Greetz
    Kranox
     
  2. KHer0

    KHer0 Supreme Member

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    So, you don't like to use links in text --> Which means NO SEO
    And, you are not good at writing articles --> Which means No Content Marketing

    THEN HOW DO YOU EXPECT TO GET ANY TRAFFIC !!!! Pray or something ?
     
  3. Kranox1992

    Kranox1992 Registered Member

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    So i cant get traffic with good comments/blogcomments etc. ? And no, i dont like to advertise my stuff in my text (with that i mean spamstuff, like little comments on guestbook etc.) like a moron. If someone knows how to properly advertising without looking desperate, okay.
    But commenting with my link inside...(at blogcomments or guestbook - inText i mean) - no thanks.

    Okay, to be a bit more clear: I just dont want to spam the shit out of the internet like some of my competitors. Links in ARTICLES are totally fine...but i just dont want spamshit.

    Maybe i can try it with articles. I'm a good writer in my language...maybe i'm not so bad as i think in writing those articles.

    I just ask for a direction, for tips and stuff.
     
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