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Old 09-07-2006, 06:57 AM
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How to increase traffic?

I'm new to the field of being an SEO person. I am handling and promoting a website at this moment. I would just to like to ask you guys how will I increase my traffic to site I'm handling?

I'm doing the works of an SEO specialist, but the status of my site as of this day is low. Could you give me a piece of advice to increase my traffic?

Thanks a lot!
 
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Old 09-07-2006, 07:04 AM
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google SEO. There's many articles , millions of them.
 
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Old 09-07-2006, 08:16 AM
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It would be better if you mention what is your site about?
 
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Old 09-07-2006, 11:37 PM
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Thnks for the help. Yeah.. I've been doing that right now, especially when I'm posting an ads to online groups like Google.
 
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You simply need to create unique, quality content and get backlinks.

Then you need to fix onpage factors, usability, accessibility.

Then you market your website.
 
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:05 AM
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google SEO. There's many articles , millions of them.
this really is a pointless post. Why not try and help the guy out a bit?
 
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:12 AM
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because google knows more then anyone on this forum. And takes like 0.0001 of a second.
 
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Hey guys, I hope you not offending each other. You all have a point, and I appreciate that. Thanks for helping me.
 
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Grazie, it's about have the most relevant content and having good relevant content pointing back to you(links). Remember especially for Google they want to return the most relevant result. When you don't show up in the serps look at the sites that do and try to make a better web page/site than they have. Relevance-Relevance-Relevance! Oh yeah did I say relevance? Remeber be relevant
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Old 09-08-2006, 08:27 AM
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Increase traffic?

BUY MORE CARS!

sorry :p
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Old 09-08-2006, 01:17 PM
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Increase traffic?

BUY MORE CARS!

sorry :p
Or block a lane on the freeway for construction.

Actually there are some good suggestions posted above.
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this really is a pointless post. Why not try and help the guy out a bit?
I agree. I have learned everything I need to know about seo from reading and asking questions in formus like this. We all know that we can pretty much google anything and come up with answers, but sometimes that can be overwelming if you know what I mean. Now, that I am more knowledgable in seo, I hope I can help others with what I have learned.

Now to your question, I starting promoting my site in January and basically I have posted in forms with my link, submitted to tons of free directories, acquired some quality link exchanges with related sites and submitted a few articles. Also, I did some one page seo by including more keywords on my site. By doing that, I have mananged to get really good rankings in all three search engines...finally. It does take time and patience, but very rewarding when you finally see the results you are looking for. Good luck!
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Old 09-08-2006, 10:31 PM
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A good reciprocal link campaign is crucial to a steady flow of long lasting incoming traffic. Knowing that time is extremely valuable and limited, I will intentionally keep the following suggestion as brief and succinct as possible. Try LinksManager.com.

This is an extremely user-friendly management tool that streamlines all of the tasks associated with building and managing links pages. If this is your first time building a links page, you may wish to take a moment to check out the information on this site to get an idea of what (prior to LinksManager.com) was once involved in managing a reciprocal links campaign. LinksManager provides you with all of the tools necessary to build links pages, find links, add, edit or remove links and communicate with webmasters from other sites. And, by design, LinksManagers toolset, functionality and support staff strictly adhere to ethical web standards and practices when it comes to search engines and sites on the net.

We have used these tools for our Web Directory for almost 5 years and have done considerably well with traffic, Google PR, reciprocal linking with like minded sites, search engine saturation and -- last but not least-- with Google AdSense, as a result of using these links manager tools. I hope this helps.

Best of Luck!

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Yeah, you are absolutely right janet. It is really rewarding when you see the results that you are looking for. But for now, my stats are up and down. Coz sometimes, my traffic is low sometimes it's not. But as much as possible,I wanted to have a high consistent traffic to my site. And I am eager to do that.I hope that one of this days, I'll be able to have that.

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It does take time and patience, but very rewarding when you finally see the results you are looking for. Good luck!
 
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Thanks Lily... Alright, I'll try to check that out if it'll help my site...



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A good reciprocal link campaign is crucial to a steady flow of long lasting incoming traffic. Knowing that time is extremely valuable and limited, I will intentionally keep the following suggestion as brief and succinct as possible. Try LinksManager.com.

This is an extremely user-friendly management tool that streamlines all of the tasks associated with building and managing links pages. If this is your first time building a links page, you may wish to take a moment to check out the information on this site to get an idea of what (prior to LinksManager.com) was once involved in managing a reciprocal links campaign. LinksManager provides you with all of the tools necessary to build links pages, find links, add, edit or remove links and communicate with webmasters from other sites. And, by design, LinksManagers toolset, functionality and support staff strictly adhere to ethical web standards and practices when it comes to search engines and sites on the net.

We have used these tools for our Web Directory for almost 5 years and have done considerably well with traffic, Google PR, reciprocal linking with like minded sites, search engine saturation and -- last but not least-- with Google AdSense, as a result of using these links manager tools. I hope this helps.

Best of Luck!

Lilly
 
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because google knows more then anyone on this forum. And takes like 0.0001 of a second.
Takes like 0.0001 of a second to display results then the next week to filter through all the crap to find the value
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Reciprocal link exchange is definitely a good start to getting some traffic. Try Arelis, their software works pretty well.
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I think Article Writting and posting in forums is the best way to get lots of quality one way links to your new site.
 
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^ yup, dont forget Press Releases and dont forget to post captivating advertisements to attract and get more traffic.
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Hi Grazie1,

Usually I wouldn't encourage to touch SEO until you have mastered articles or blogging mainly for the reasons such as it takes a good research of keywords to master it.

Article submission is a good way to start getting traffic because you will be able to have them there almost permanently even if its out of date and article directories just archive them and does not delete them.

Make sure that you anchor text or resource box is related to the article itself.

I could rant on and on.. but hey.. lets get back to the single most powerful tip for you = research keywords.
 
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