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.
However, in THIS case, the truth is. you can actually DO what I’m about to describe. (And for many of you, you are already OVERQUALIFIED for the job, to boot).
Even the most popular Tv shows, movies, books, or other pop cultural trends are still only followed or “liked” by a small population of people. You don’t want to limit the scope of your content marketing to just the avid fans. At the same time, you’ll want to go into some detail and depth to showcase something worth reading and sharing. That balance is the key to great content.
You Will Never Gain Traction as a Freelancer: Starting a business is like pushing a rock uphill. You have to put a lot of effort into it at first to get the rock up the hill. Once the rock gets up the hill and starts down the other side, gravity takes over and you don’t have to push at all.
By dormant we mean stagnation, being inactive, not updating it regularly, not chasing links, not advertising, not doing search optimisation (Seo), not using pay-per-click. etc.
As for your website design, hiring a professional web designer might not be very practical financially. Just start off with a simple layout. Be careful not to modify your website design too frequently. This might confuse your clients. You risk losing your company’s identity whenever you make drastic changes to your website layout.
As a new entrant to this sort of thing I had heard about Seo or Search Engine Optimisation but did not really know what it meant. If you are long in the tooth and already know, then I am teaching you to suck eggs.
So, lesson number one for those who think they can design a site themselves.you Must test your website across all web browsers and different versions. This includes IE6 through 8, Firefox AND Safari. Don’t make the narrow minded assumption that everyone looks at websites through your browser of choice, because that’s just not realistic.