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This SEO method will boost your traffic on autopilot

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Daikoku, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. Daikoku

    Daikoku Registered Member

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    Hi Guys,

    after reading about several SEO methods I want to show you mine. I hope you can attach some of my thoughts to your methods and get good results.
    For this SEO method you don't need any scrapers, auto-posters or stuff like that. All that stuff is done through the method itself so SEO is just something like a "nice effect", a result of good work.

    This method combines four online marketing channels:

    • PPC Marketing (AdWords)
    • Article Marketing (posting articles to eZine and on your blog)
    • Link or Banner marketing
    • SEO
    1. PPC Marketing
    Well, everybody knows that you can get traffic from PPC Marketing. But if you know how to use it correctly you receive something more valuable: Data!
    For example: You have a blog on the dating niche. Go ahead and grab the most expensive keywords for your niche, like "Dating". Sure, you won't have a good ROI, but you will get data. Google will tell you what people have searched in order to find your site. So if someone searches for "dating site" he will find your Ad, because you grabbed the keyword "Dating". And you will know that he was searching for "Dating site". That means: AUTOMATED KEYWORD RESEARCH!
    But Google tells you more than just the keywords. Because Google places your ads on Publisher Sites from Google AdSense you will see which sites are relevant to your niche.
    So now you have 2 things: keywords and related sites. Up to next step.

    2. Article Marketing
    Start writing posts for the keywords you got from your PPC campaign and post them on your blog. Write similar articles for the same keywords and post them on eZine for example and place a deep link to the related article on your blog. Those deeplinks will be backlinks from related content and Google loves that and your SEO is becomming better...
    Article marketing is great. People coming from articles on your site are more willed to buy or do something than other visitors because they have already heard of you.

    3. Link and Banner Marketing
    Google is placing the ads from your PPC campaign on publisher sites (AdSense). Now look on which sites Google places your ads and contact them. Ask the owners to place a Banner or Link of your site. Those are direct backlinks (links to your landing page). This boosts your SEO because you get backlinks from sites which Google already knows as "related to your content".

    4. SEO
    As mentioned above, SEO is not a task in this method but a result of good work. You don't have to worry about this point because if you are doing the other points right your site will get ranked high in search engines.

    5. Repeat the process
    If you have created all the articles go back to your PPC campaign and change it. Now you don't need the main keyword "dating" anymore but you can use some long tail keywords you wrote articles for. And don't link those ads to your landing page but to articles or products on your blog/website.


    I hope you understand my method and it helps you a bit. Sorry for my bad english :)

    Greetings,
    Daikoku
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    Partially. If your onsite seo is off the tracks, then no miraculous promotion will get it up there in google.

    Other than that, clever thinking mister.

    If you´ve got the money to invest and the patience to go through all the steps, then sure this will yield results.
     
  3. Daikoku

    Daikoku Registered Member

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    Yes sure, your onsite SEO should be good but I don't mention onsite SEO cause most sites are SEO optimized nowadays like wordpress blogs.
     
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    philly3 Regular Member

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    Sounds like a pretty solid method. Would take a couples days to get implemented but could definitely be worth testing. Thanks given :)
     
  5. unclejerry

    unclejerry Newbie

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    Well, everybody knows that you can get traffic from PPC Marketing. But if you know how to use it correctly you receive something more valuable: Data!
    For example: You have a blog on the dating niche. Go ahead and grab the most expensive keywords for your niche, like "Dating". Sure, you won't have a good ROI, but you will get data. Google will tell you what people have searched in order to find your site. So if someone searches for "dating site" he will find your Ad, because you grabbed the keyword "Dating". And you will know that he was searching for "Dating site". That means: AUTOMATED KEYWORD RESEARCH!
    But Google tells you more than just the keywords. Because Google places your ads on Publisher Sites from Google AdSense you will see which sites are relevant to your niche.
    ^^^^^
    You are talking about Google adword tool & ad planner here, right?

    BTW thanks for sharing this method ;)
     
  6. Daikoku

    Daikoku Registered Member

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    No, I am talking about Google AdWords itself. If you create a campaign with general keywords you will see in your Analytics data what people have searched for before they clicked on your Ad.
     
  7. wcp31

    wcp31 Junior Member

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    Do you mean running adwords on the content network to find sites to place your banners? I can't understand how you find this with search result ads. I get that you can find the clicking keywords with search results ads, but not sites to contact.
     
  8. Daikoku

    Daikoku Registered Member

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    Google places your ads on relevant pages to your niche and you can see those pages.