SEO Question, I need Your Help :)!?

Discussion in 'Google' started by President C, May 5, 2008.

  1. President C Guest

    President C
    Whats the fastest way to increase web traffic for free?

    Or Any other ways, even if they are not free!

    Really what matters is increasing my web traffic

  2. seoflash Guest

    seoflash
    there's no sure way to know in advance how much traffic your site will receive, since that depends on a number of different factors including how many people are searching for the content or products you offer on your site, how actively you promote your site online and offline, whether you achieve a high ranking in search engines, how many competitors you have, etc. But you can get a pretty good idea about how many potential visitors you might attract by finding out how many people have searched for keywords and keyphrases that are relevant to your site's content.

    Here are some free online tools to help you:

    7search's Keyword Suggestion Tool http://conversion.7search.com/scripts/advertisertools/keywordsuggestion.aspx

    DigitalPoint's Keyword Suggestion Tool http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/suggestion/

    Overture's Search Term Suggestion Tool http://inventory.overture.com/d/searchinventory/suggestion/

    Keep in mind that when you find keywords that are frequently searched for, but you don't have a lot of competitors offering content and/or products related to those keywords, you've discovered an attractive "niche".

    Good luck with your research, I wish you much success.
  3. melihoe Guest

    melihoe
    Search Engine Optimization (SEO) now-a-days covers quite a range of items that your website will need. The process to get better rankings happens to also generate traffic from places not related to Search Engines.

    First of all there is no single item that will do the trick. Its a combination of of various pieces to the puzzle. Part of it lies within your website and the other part you can call an "outreach" program by getting your links onto other websites (e.g. blogs, social bookmarks, forums, press releases, etc)

    Outside of that you also are missing a DocType in your HTML code. Take a look here:
    http://www.w3.org/QA/2002/04/valid-dtd-list.html

    While you're at the W3C take a look at your validation errors too:
    http://validator.w3.org/

    We have an article that we wrote you can read here:
    http://www.smartfindsmarketing.com/articles.php?p=articles_define_marketing

    Also, touch base with Webmaster forums for more information like the following three:
    http://forums.digitalpoint.com/
    http://www.v7n.com/forums/
    http://www.warriorforum.com/forum/

    Also, here is another good resource:
    http://www.seochat.com

    One last thing. You will need to get into the process of generator a sitemap of your website regularly as a sitemap.xml file. You can read more about this at http://www.sitemaps.org created by Google, Yahoo and MSN and you will need a sitemap generator at http://www.smartfindsmarketing.com/xml_sitemaps.php You can then submit your sitemaps to the search engines in their respective areas.

    Learn about Link Popularity, Google Page Rank, Alexa Traffic Rank, Keyword Density

    Hope this helps

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