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Should I make my sales copy WP?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by appliedscience, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. appliedscience

    appliedscience Regular Member

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    I have a one-page sales copy which I'm ranking in the search engines, but lately no matter how much work I'm putting into it, it's slowly dropping off the results for my main keywords.

    I'm wondering if there are any thoughts on if I should make my static HTML sales copy into a WordPress theme. Will this help my SEO seeing as Google loves WordPress?

    If it won't make much difference because it's only really one page then I wont worry about the investment, but if it could make a significant difference I will definitely move down this track and make the change.

    Also, I know people will follow up saying put blog on my domain, I have tried this and it definitely helped with my rankings, but it also significantly reduced my conversions because the blog was out ranking my sales copy page (index.html) and it wasn't working well in converting traffic. So I am not interested in this, just the conversion of my sales page in WordPress.

    Appreciate any feedback.
     
  2. dragonlube

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    well if you dont want to add content, the obvious next choice is build more quality back links.
     
  3. appliedscience

    appliedscience Regular Member

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    I'm spending several hundred dollars every month on SEO with quality backlinks from article marketing services, social bookmarking and directory submissions. Additionally, RSS and feed submissions are being used across all backlinks. I feel the services I'm using are quality and professional however something is missing because although they are quality backlinks, they ultimately are not helping me rank in the search engines. I am not using scrapebox or xrummer backlinks for this domain as I am wanting to keep backlinks professional.
     
  4. mordred

    mordred Registered Member

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    Have you tried high PR backlinks?
     
  5. appliedscience

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    I'm getting these mainly from directory submissions made to high PR websites. Additionally, a lot of article directories that backlinks are coming from are high PR such as ezinearticles.com, buzzle.com, goarticles.com, etc.
     
  6. mordred

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    No I mean high PR pages not domains...
     
  7. JenniferMartin

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    In my opinion, speding hundreds of dollars monthly and getting less conversion month by month means you are not utlizing correct methods to acheive your goal ie. Sales .

    If you backlink building strategy is correct you will get all these kind of Blog Submission, Article marketing, RSS etc. etc works for you otherwise you will waste you time as well as your money.

    Here are few suggestions to boost your website and sales page ranking better in all search engines.

    1) Make about 1000 - 2000 High PR profile backlinks to your money site or sale page, Domains should be atleast PR3+ .

    2) Make 2 - 3 open linkwheel from web 2.0 properties, specialy from blogger, worpress, hubpages and squidoo .

    3) Get backlinks from High PR do follow Blogs that provides contextual backlinks and PR should be on the Page, ie. High PR url not domains. about 300 - 500 High PR url will do the trick.

    4) Buy some autoapprove url lists of about 50,000 - 100K urls and blast your profile, articles, web 2.0 sites, and do follow High PR blog urls

    Now make RSS and Ping all of your profile, web 2.0 properties, articles, and high pr blogs.

    If you follow these tips, you will surely get SERP boost as well as increase in your sales within 1 or max. 2 months.

    If you dont do how to acheive it yourself than it is better to outsource it to some good professional who can bring you good results.

    I hope you will find out these tips as helpful
     
  8. appliedscience

    appliedscience Regular Member

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    I don't know the difference. Could you explain?
     
  9. appliedscience

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    Best way to do this would be using xrummer or scrapebox, correct? I need to keep backlinks professional for this domain (business) which makes profile keyword backlink difficult. Appreciate any thoughts on this though.

    The article marketing services integrates a linkwheel approach with backlinking. On it's own it doesn't seem to be yielding much results though..

    Will social media backlinks and directory submissions cover this?

    Is this xrummer and scrapebox backlinking again?
     
  10. -Jericho-

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    The domain PR refers to the homepage. The PR of the page is the actual page rank for where the link is located.

    When I want to build out a site a little more so there's more content on it I make it a WP site and add an autoblog using wprobot. I then take a mix of yahoo answers, youtube and articles and tweak them so it looks more unique. I also add in random links mixed with some spun content to be posted within these posts that link back with my keywords to the domain.

    Seems to help with the 1 page site problem.
     
  11. -Jericho-

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    Yes but you can order services from here too. Some people do this manually. 1-2000 is a lot though so you're not going to find too many people doing that manually.

    The recent panda update has made it less effective.

    These are no longer effective in my opinion. Directory submissions are pretty much a waste of time unless you're trying to get citations for ranking in google places. Social bookmarks are no longer effective either.

    Any mass blog commenting is usually done with scrapebox. Mass profile creation is usually done with xrumer.


    Doing the things listed above is not likely going to give you any problems. If you go and spam a bunch of blog owners you may get some people complaining to the website owner. I blast white hat sites all the time with no problems.
     
  12. appliedscience

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    Thanks so much for replying to my questions and explaining everything further. It really seems that I need to be implementing profile backlinks and more blog commenting to really get solid results with my SEO campaign. It is just difficult when I need to keep backlinks professional, and both of the profile backlinking and blog commenting can be implemented in a very unprofessional way.

    Appreciate you letting me know about directory submissions as well as social bookmarking, I believe they will still help with the overall backlinks but if they hold no power anymore there's not much point investing my money into that area. Shame about the link wheels as that is what I have been implementing the most. Would you say this is the same for mini-nets and link pyramids? I have noticed some services here on BHW that to linking structures along these lines, would they be more effective than a link wheel?

    My last question is, if I don't implement mass blog commenting backlinks (more than I could possibly do manually) and profile backlinks, do I pretty might have no hope in ranking highly for my relatively competitive keywords?
     
  13. appliedscience

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    yes, no? :confused:
     
  14. shnikkidrum

    shnikkidrum Newbie

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    I am interested in this as well. I have a client website I need to implement professional SEO services for (i.e. no profile backlinks or forum posts which could lower reputation).

    I'm doing a lot of SEO but have hit a rock and rankings aren't improving... with the above question raised, do I not have much hope if I DON't do profile/blog/forum backlinking?
     
  15. ash1ey

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    Build some quality Web 2.0 properties that link to clients site and then do the profile/blog/forum/article backlinking to the Web 2.0s.