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Organic Search Traffic

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by winglys, Jun 1, 2009.

  1. winglys

    winglys Newbie

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm new here and I hope I use the right terms in my message.

    I heard that organic search traffic is the right way if we want some long term free traffic to our sites.

    So I would like to give this a try but I don't know how to get started? I know I must do my keywords research but I'm quite confuse here and don't know what keywords I should choose for.

    Would you guys help me on this? Maybe show me some simple steps that I can follow and get started?

    Thanks for your time.

    Harrison
     
  2. thedmtic

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    if you are like just about every other webmaster out there, you are looking for ways to get more traffic and better quality traffic to visit your website, and one of the most fundamental ways to achieve that is through free search engine traffic.

    Search engines that are spider-based, or crawler-based, automatically visit the various pages of a web site in order to compile their index listings. These kinds of search engines differ from directories, because by means of the crawling, you are likely to have a number of your pages indexed with them.

    This also means that if you carefully craft your site and individual pages with search engine optimization in mind, you may be able to rank very well in the free search engine crawler-generated results that are listed, hopefully in the top ten listings, which is what allows you site to be found on the first page of results.

    The fact is that very few surfers will ever see a site that is not listed within the first page of the results in the top search engines. That is why it is so important to make sure that your pages are optimized so that you have a chance of getting included in that first page, which will give you plenty of free search engine traffic, of course depending on the popularity of the search term you are ranking for.

    There is no doubt that in the internet world today, that the most important spider-based search engine is Google. More people search via Google than the number of people who search the other search engines combined, meaning that more than one out of every two people who are looking for something online will be using Google to find it.

    So, it's a good strategy to optimize your pages for Google, and that in turn will result in sufficient optimization for the other top search engines for the most part. In addition, the Google search engine also is the generator that powers the listed results for a number of other services as well.

    The best way to get a listing with Google, and get that free search engine traffic you need, is to get you site linked on other website. These are called inbound links when they are found on another site and point to yours, and because the crawler-based engines follow links from one site to another, this is why it is so beneficial to have links from other sites to yours.

    However, just having a few links to your site is not enough in and of itself. You will get a better boost in your page ranking if the links to your site come from other quality sites with good page rank of their own.

    And, one simple way to begin to get links to your site is with free search engine submission. This will essentially get your "foot in the door" by getting your site listed with various directories, which will in turn direct the spiders to your page for indexing on Google and the other search engines.

    Even though that can give you a very nice start, you need to continue your efforts by always adding find good links back to your site and by adding quality content that is relevant to your topic. By continuing these efforts you will continue to find an increase in the free search engine traffic you enjoy.
     
  3. winglys

    winglys Newbie

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    @Thedmtic

    Thanks for your reply. Is it possible for a sales page/single landing page rank well for a couple of keywords? You said we must add more contents from time to time, then a sales page might be hard to do so. Am I correct if I think like this?
     
  4. thedmtic

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    a sale page/landing page rank high with high page rank back links.
     
  5. joseph pop

    joseph pop Newbie

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    Hello,

    Organic explains a search that proceeds results by indexing pages stand on content and keyword relevancy. This is in compare to listings ranked based on who paid the a large amount money to show at the top