Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by LukaB, Apr 24, 2011.
You just observe here some threat. here have a lot of information. And ask your question.
Is there any free tool for backlinks?
Very nice guide.
As for long tail keywords, To create unique content every day is not an easy thing, long tail keywords are good, no doubt, but they drive too little traffic. A page should contain high volume and low volume keywords. The main purpose of content is to be useful for users and differ from that of competitors'. For instance, if your competitors have article "10 ways to increase your sales" make a deep research and write an article with a headline "15 ways to increase your sales". See the point?
Content should be always of top quality: make researches and analyze data bases, give people statistics and other useful information, create free tools helping people to decide their problems, publish guides, instructions etc. to make it shareable. In such a way you will increase your traffic.
Wow nice guide Thanks
For beginners out there, you can really learn a lot from this
good thread, organize well. Thanks.
In order to make a website you need to follow steps given below,
Understand what type of website you need
Choose the right tools to build your website
Pick a domain name and web hosting provider
Install and setup WordPress
Work on design and prepare content
Test and launch
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Great One. Thanks for this great article.
Very informative thread. However, I highly recommend a couple of things.
1> Learn the ins and outs of hardcoding your websites before expanding into WordPress (or whatever.) Really learning the ins and outs of development will help you build a far superior product, even if you're eventually going to just let WordPress carry you. The name of the game is to have a really well designed website, because the longer people stay the more $$$$$$$ flows.
2> On the same train of thought, learn how to host your own web server. Trust me on this. Learning how to take a blank Ubuntu server you rent from (insert host here) and mold it into your own personal web server is automatically going to make you a far more competent human being. Unless you can tell me "yeah I know how to set up Apache2 and direct it to my domain" I want you to learn. In fact, if the response is loud enough, I may just have to start writing up a few nice guides on the inner workings of web development for the community
Very, very informative thread, thank !
you done a wonderful job......... but can i have a video
Great threat, If I create one new website. How much money i need now?
Good instructions, I wanna try to follow them
The best one...Today I covered a lot of things about starting a website as well as getting traffic.
Thanks soo much..
It's just mind-blowing. Keep it next time.
Very well and organized guide from 1st point to last point
Thanks for the information
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