Directory submission: This is the easiest process, but the important thing is that, the response for this process will be slow. Any how we are going to get response. It will take some time.
Make it easy on the eyes. You cannot afford to make your content painful on the eyes. Look at the pages of an old encyclopedia and tell me if you’re going to read them. You need to make your content readable and scannable. What I mean is that you write using short paragraphs and number list. It is through this that you can get more people to read your content until the end where you’ll usually put your call to action.
Make your commitment to content marketing. The journey your about to embark upon will use up time, resources and money and you’ve got to be prepared for the fact that you may not see immediate results. Set your budget. You need prepare yourself and start to think like a publisher. You need to deliver fresh, useful editorial products to your audience; you are no longer merely selling products or services. Get it right and the results can be phenomenal, but you already know that or else you wouldn’t be reading this.
Sixth use the keywords that you had earlier and build content around your site “articles” at least 30 to start off with – to give your blog a boost in traffic. Submit them to article directories and see if you can guest blog with a link intact on other similar sites.
Employ a specialist web design / search optimisation company. They can apply methods to get your website near the top of the search page. Employing a specialist to generate traffic will cost you money however their graphics, knowledge and input will be search friendly.
When it comes to website design you need to understand where an Internet visitor’s eyes typically move on a website. What type of images and text capture their attention? Do they read left to right on every section of the website? Do they scroll down past the “fold” on your website? The “fold” is the imaginary line at the bottom of your website. If your website is very long then you will have more text and images below the fold.
In-depth knowledge on your chosen niche. As a content marketer, your job will require you to share in-depth information to your prospects in order to win their trust. You will not be able to do that effectively if your knowledge is very limited, right? So, be an expert in your niche before you even think about of sinking your teeth into this endeavor. Read relevant resources, interview experts, and do experiments when needed.