Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by Big Ron, Jun 12, 2019.
What niches are you looking at?
You shouldn't calculate Keyword Golden ratio like that
KGR applies only to Keywords whose monthly searches are less than 250
36,000 allintile is a hard keyword.
O.M.G! Why didn't I think of that?!
Anybody have a recommendation on how to create a quiz? Is there a plug-in for that?
I use Quize from the marketplace here, great product and support!
I was calculating wrong. I was typing "Intitle" instead of "allintitle" which makes a huge difference.
I think Quize could help you with that. I am not sure. However, @se900se can tell you for sure.
How's the site so far?
thank you for pointing this out. I didn’t know it was only on searches of 250 or less. I had to go look it up and verify.
Amazon affiliate is picking up
On your radiology site? I didn't know you had amazon affiliate on that.
Either way, I'm excited for you!
If I don't have a huge following in any of the social media platforms, will it be easy to drive traffic to only quiz based websites? Also I am considering to buy the plugin how was your experience with the same and how much you were earning?
I read through a couple of last pages/comments - I am not sure what is the final goal, but quizzes are the great way to boost pageviews, time on the site, and ad impressions.
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From the case studies I have seen and the comments people are making this is across all niches. Obviously some really big sites this doesn't matter for but for niche sites / small sites this is becoming increasingly improtant. The reason being people start and abandon sites every day and google knows this. So no-updates signals the site is abandoned so it may disappear in the future so lets start replacing it now.
Look at HealthAmbition as an example. (https://www.reddit.com/r/juststart/comments/erf4id/authority_hackers_healthambitioncom_massive_seo/) . They have not updated anything in a long time according to a google search no new content in the last year and look at what has happened since August updates. 75% of the traffic is gone.
Compare this to other case studies such as https://yeys.com/q4-content-sites-status-report/ This one shows a lot of content being put out. I'll go through these one by one.
Site 1: traffic declined when articles slowed down, picked it back up and traffic increased quickly in Dec due to the ramp up of articles in October.
Site 2: Declining traffic even with the posts. Not a great sign.
Site 3: Continuous posting and more traffic gained each month.
Site 4: Same as site 3. Continuous posting and more traffic gained each month.
Site 5: Octobers posting starting to come into affect in December numbers. Small site still to grow.
Site 6: Too early to tell.
Site 7: This is the one to look at. Stopped posting in Apr/May and look at the traffic decline Similar to Health Ambition. No new content and the site slides quickly. From 47K views to 12K views per month.
Site 8: Interestingly goes the other way. No posts but the traffic increases. This is in a very small niche though and may be due to no competition.
I could be completely wrong but I have just seen the trend with quite a few case studies posted on reddit/r/juststart and elsewhere online.
It would be interesting to see the evolution of pages over time. my site isn't old enough (about a year) but I think if you have a site 3 years old it would be interesting to see how the early posts traffic has evolved over time. Did it climb for the first 8-12 months then stay stagnant or did it start to decline after 18-24 months?
Are you a member of Income school? Haven't seen this pattern online before. If it's a download please send me the link via dm
The new eat course asks you to build relationships and get some links. ItsI not build and they will come anymore @blackbeans @Big Ron
hahaha i was wondering where you went yea bhw has that problem
WOW! I didn't know that......
So if that's the case, wouldn't it be better to just follow more of a LINK-BASED and REVERSE ENGINEERED CONTENT strategy? Like Brian Dean or even Neil Patel?
I have noticed this on a few of my websites too. The ones that were riding high and no new content have seen a recent decline in impressions and traffic. On the flip side a website a friend of mine owns decided to have a company start doing content for him about 6 months ago. I still have search console and analytics tracking on it so I can see nothing they did helped to get more traffic.The content is trash, hundreds of 150-200 words posts. I think they are posting a few times a week. After the last update the impressions increased 700%.... and traffic by 200%. Go figure, short content does rank, lol.
Has this video been posted here? I'm not sure I'm caught up since page 63 but I'm concerned about this " Fire Sale." They are selling every website not long after Google is announcing the abolishment of 3rd party cookies.
Or this is just a revenue generator?
This is good timing for me. I started a trial on putting 500-700 word articles on niche #2. I felt like it needed more articles but no necessarily more high-word-count articles. I've put up a dozen or so in the past week.
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