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How To Submit Your Website To Online Directories

24 July 2013, by A. Cedilla

So you have your website ready. All your systems are in place, your content, landing pages and squeeze pages, payment gateways, delivery systems and newsletters lined up….You’re primed. You’re ready to go.

And then what?

With billions of webpages on the internet, you have to do something to get noticed. The first and most popular method is search engine optimization. You have an internet presence, you want people to find you fast, SEO is the equivalent of niche-specific, targeted blinking neon lights telling your market “WE’RE READY TO SERVE YOU RIGHT HERE!”

What else?

Well, throw in content marketing, article writing, blogging, social media — those are also tried and tested methods for getting page-views, frequent visitors, subscribers and followers. You get noticed. You get exposure. You create your brand and a foundation for something that can deliver long-term results.

And of course, there’s also directory submission.

It’s not just “If you build it, they will come.” Pffft. You want to get to the forefront of the search results, you have to get all the possible factors you can control into your favor, and directory submission is directly in your control. Continue reading How To Submit Your Website To Online Directories

Search Engines and Your Business

17 July 2013, by A. Cedilla

Search engines have become so ubiquitous that Google isn’t just a noun, it’s a verb too, one that means ‘to search’. You can look it up.

You look things up, you use a search engine, whether it’s a localized desktop search program just for your computer, or one of your favorites, bookmarked on your smartphone. I mean, when you need to look something up, what do you do? For the always-connected, asking a friend could come a bit after using a search engine.

For people with an online business presence, search engines matter in more than just the obvious way. Search engines are the fastest way people can find your website. Play your cards right, you can use them to bring a significant volume of traffic to your business.

And your most important card is the design of your website, which can influence how search engines index it.

Rankings definitely affect the number of visitors to any website. How many times have you looked beyond the first two or three (if that) pages of search results? To be seen, to make it to that moment of first interest and get the searcher to click the link to your website, you have to make it to the top ten or twenty results to get eyeballed. Continue reading Search Engines and Your Business

Get More Traffic Through Forum Backlinking

27 June 2008, by A. Cedilla

An important way of boosting the traffic to your site or blog is to get your site onto the first few pages of search engine results.

Here’s how you can do this through forums:

Step 1: Find relevant forums
Step 2: Pick the best forums and join them
Step 3: Set up your signature with your backlink
Step 4: Participate!

Face it, the average user rarely goes beyond the first three pages, if at that, of the search results. So, aside from having good content on your site, one of the best ways to pump up your search ranking is to get high quality backlinks out on the Net. Continue reading Get More Traffic Through Forum Backlinking

Keys to Targeting Your Internet Advertising

August 21, 2007

So, you got your website up and running. You hired an excellent web designer to craft a perfect home page and satellite pages that will really draw in the visitors and inspire them to buy. You have a beautiful catalog of products with detailed descriptions.

 

You also have a section dedicated to the services you provide with praises from past customers. And you have the best online shopping cart service out there so that you customers can buy from you with no hassles and next day shipping. That’s great!

 

Now where are your customers?

Continue reading Keys to Targeting Your Internet Advertising