Hi everyone! Look, you know I’m a web 2.0 enthusiast. I like it because it’s free and easy – what could be better? So here is a tip on what to do to build links to your site and increase the traffic flow.
Note: This is a long-term endeavor, not a quick fix! Growth and organic traffic building takes time and that’s a good thing – because Google likes to see natural growth, not an overnight flood of links and pages pointing to your domain (they get suspicious about that).
So here’s what you do over time:
First, you need to compile a big list of keywords to use all over the net. Spend like a full day doing this.
Use this tool among others:
Then let me show you an example of what to do for EACH keyword:
Take this keyword phrase for example: female hair loss
Here’s what you make out of each keyword:
1 Lens on Squidoo JUST about female hair loss
1 page on Hub Pages JUST about female hair loss
1 Knol on Google Knol JUST about female hair loss
1 Article on Ezine Articles JUST about female hair loss (you can also post more articles on other article directories but EZA is the king for now)
And if you have a blog, which you should? 1 blog post about female hair loss, too!
1 Article on your domain using LSI (google it if you’re not familiar with it – it’s all about themes on your site)
Then you cross-promote all this stuff. This is a LONG process, but if you want to dominate, it takes time and Google doesn’t like overnight domination anyway – they might sandbox your site if you have too much growth too fast.
My advice? Gather your keywords one day – I mean everything related to your niche from broad keyword to long tail ones to brand names.
Take your list and hire a ghostwriter (cheap on Elance or hire me if I have a WSO running on it) to write unique content for you to turn into those 5 items I listed above (for a lens, you want three 250 word articles, same for a Hub. For a knol and an article directory, you want one long article – for a blog post, it can be 200 words or so).
Then just plug in their content, all of it linking to your domain. Do this for each keyword. This is what the big sites have – tons of links and content pointing to them.