How To Boost Website Traffic With Keyword Based Articles
Many search engine tools, Google included, are becoming more successful at determining which sites should top their results. They have devoted a lots of research and effort into trying to make sure that every search returns the best possible and most reliable set of results for the terms you search for. Because of this Google in particular has removed or demoted many websites so they hardly show up in its results.
A lot of the methods that used to be useful for getting high rankings on Google don’t work any more since Google updated it’s search engine codes. For example some website owners would use automated software to go out and copy articles and information from other websites and publish it as their own work. Google can now detect this and instantly demotes such sites, destroying their revenue.
As a website publisher, you can always create and distribute for publishing or syndication articles with links pointing back to your own web site. Article syndicates allow anyone to copy the articles and use them on their own sites as long as they keep your links is intact. However, this is no longer as effective since Google considers it poor value to return hundreds of similar results to searchers. For this reason, where previously you could get hundreds of links from publishing a single article, nowadays this is likely to only get you a handful of indexed links.
The more visitors you can get to visit your website, the more revenue you can expect to make from it and the closer to the top of search engine results your web pages appear, the more visitors you will get to visit your site so you need to make it a priority to increase website traffic.
When you search for a term in Google, the first two results end up with over 50% of the website traffic or visits.
So, what factors determine which results Google displays first in its results?
It is essential you understand this as it is a major factor in determining if your site is able to get traffic, and how many visitors you receive. The number of websites that link to yours is a major factor in how highly your site is rated by search engines. Apart from this other factors can play a role in determining how important a link is such as the rank of the site linking you yours, the text in the link and relevance of other text surrounding it.
So how can you boost your website traffic? By ensuring that more and more related websites link to yours.
1. Use keyword research tools to find terms people are seeking and write articles based on these topics with several of the keywords in the title and body of the article.
2. Publish these articles on your website
3. Rewrite or spin these articles and publish them on Article directories with links pointing to your website.
4. Exchange links with websites that have similar topics.
5. Guest post your articles on other web sites.
6. Submit your website to as many web or business directories as possible.
In conclusion, you need to obtain as many links as you can with legitimate methods i.e. things that don’t violate Google’s webmaster guidelines or terms and conditions.
As much as is possible, seek to turn your website into the best resource on the web for your niche topic or products.