Your design for the website is what speaks to your customers about the business and the products of your site. When you go into a stock broker’s office, you don’t expect to see lacy curtains and artistic type decor. It’s the same for a website. It should reflect the business it promotes. So be sure to try and match your site to your business, so people know where they are and don’t get confusing signals. First impressions on websites are just like the ones out in the real world, important. And they can either have a positive effect or a negative one.
Finding a website design that fits with your aesthetic is the first stage of the design process. Allow yourself to surf the web for a couple of days. Discover sites that have a great design and leave a lasting impression on you. Its positive aspects may be something to consider for your own website. Finding a site that doesn’t look good can be a resource for what not to do on your site.
The truth is, you can sell yourself as a service. and grow a Real business, rather than chasing your tail trying to sell affiliate products, or following gimmicks, gadgets and gurus who will Never make you rich (while this approach, very well may).
A common goal of content marketing is to increase website traffic, so let’s use this as an example to outline a strategy. Here are pieces that you may include in your content marketing strategy.
That’s all I have on search optimisation for today. It’s a challenge that takes effort, but it’s nice to actually see some results after a few weeks. That’s more than I can say for some of the other “advertising magic wands” that are sold all over the Internet.
II. – Lock and Load. Prepare Your Site – Seo on your website is mainly about putting a high concentration of your target keywords in strategic places on your pages.
Here is the rub. How can you control whether or not other sites talk about you and link to you? I don’t mean calling other site owners and saying something like, “Hey, I’ll link to you if you link to me” stuff. Mutual links are not important anymore. One way links are. So how can you get those rolling? Well, this takes work. The nice part is that it is work that will have a direct effect on your bottom line. You have enough “busy work” as a business owner. This isn’t busy work; it’s vital.