The Success Of Your Web Site With King Content



There is​ of​ course a​ huge amount to​ learn in​ setting up and​ running a​ Web Site, which is​ why, I believe, that most newcomers tend to​ put their trust in​ a​ web designer, aka webmaster and​ leave them to​ get on with things hoping that all will go well. Big Mistake!

It’s only when, having spent quite a​ lot of​ money, you find out that your pride and​ joy is​ not giving you the​ results that you imagined, that alarm bells can start to​ ring. in​ my own case this took approximately four years to​ sink in. After a​ promising start, with some enquiries from the​ other side of​ the​ world, things not only didn’t get any better but got worse!

Of course, if​ you are running and​ developing a​ new business, which takes a​ colossal amount of​ time and​ commitment, you don’t initially have time to​ worry too much about the​ success of​ your web site. After all, a​ web site will make you a​ zillionaire quicker than you can spell the​ long version of​ SEO! Big Mistake!

I believe it​ is​ just as​ important to​ designate sufficient time to​ understanding how a​ web site is​ developed, promoted and​ maintained as​ it​ is​ to​ spend time on all the​ other many facets of​ a​ fledgling business.

Many new business owners, myself included, thought in​ the​ past that just by having a​ web site and​ on-line presence and​ a​ webmaster, that everything would be fine. Visitors and​ sales would surely follow and​ increase exponentially. Not So!

Probably the​ pace of​ change on-line is​ more rapid than most businesses realise and​ therefore if​ you are going to​ build a​ site and​ do some reasonable level of​ commerce from it, you have got to​ study and​ learn a​ number of​ basics.


1. Key word research should really begin before you set about building your site, because it​ can help with the​ choice of​ a​ suitable Domain name and​ continue to​ assist in​ the​ titles and​ scope of​ your eventual articles.


2. Original and​ fresh content related to​ your prospective field is​ a​ necessity, and​ needs to​ be uploaded on a​ very regular basis. Unless you are a​ very large company with an​ in-house webmaster, this is​ probably the​ most crucial aspect of​ developing a​ site in​ terms of​ getting good search engine results.

3. Writing new pages can be extremely time consuming and​ unless you have a​ suitable S.M.S. package installed, enabling you to​ become your own webmaster, it’s highly likely you will commence the​ slow but inexorable slide to​ oblivion, other wise known as​ Zero traffic.

4. Build your site by all means but make sure that you become your own webmaster, having taken a​ crash course in​ the​ do’s and​ don’ts. You absolutely must have the​ facility to​ control what goes on within your site. if​ you miss out on this vital aspect of​ developing a​ site, the​ chances are that you will lose interest and​ stop creating ideas and​ content.

5. Learning to​ write your content, even if​ this seems a​ bit beyond your reach to​ begin with is​ another essential skill to​ be fine tuned and​ believe me, once you have got under way it​ will become easier with each passing day. Looking at​ how other web sites operate and​ the​ standard of​ their content will help you along the​ path.

6. Articles on your area of​ expertise, submitted to​ a​ number of​ reputable Directories, will almost immediately get you noticed and​ start to​ build credibility. These can be modified for​ use as​ web pages and​ will provide ideas for​ new content on a​ never ending basis. it​ has been my experience in​ the​ recent past that articles can have a​ very advantageous effect on search engine results. Credibility is​ something you can never have too much of.


7. Search engine optimization, a​ very fancy term, with nearly as​ many, so called, experts as​ there are sites on the​ Web and​ similar in​ number to​ the​ droves of​ Web site designers! This is​ a​ thorny topic and​ one best left to​ the​ experts, for​ the​ behind the​ scenes work. However, it​ is​ my belief that the​ best results come from fresh and​ original content put up on your site on a​ regular basis. Results from my blog of​ only two months existence, in​ terms of​ link popularity, are outstripping my web site that has been on-line for​ five years. This is​ all down to​ regular articles on my chosen topic.


8. A newsletter or​ ezine, is​ a​ very good way of​ encouraging traffic to​ your site and​ building your subscriber list that you can eventually turn into clients, customers and​ sales. Offering an​ incentive for​ your visitors to​ part with their e-mail address can be by way of​ a​ free mini course or​ e book.. in​ the​ case of​ your newly published E-Book, offering a​ free download of​ one complete chapter is​ something worth considering and​ is​ a​ very popular technique. This is​ all part of​ the​ credibility building process. Once you get used to​ making regular posts to​ your newly set up Blog, a​ newsletter should be relatively easy to​ produce, without too much stress.


9. A Business Blog is​ I think, the​ way forward, for​ many web site owners who would like to​ see an​ increase in​ traffic of​ a​ targeted nature. They are easy to​ set up and​ have the​ advantage of​ being virtually instant. One of​ the​ great things that can help you in​ becoming more adept as​ a​ webmaster, utilising your own blog, is​ that learning the​ rudiments of​ html is​ not the​ nightmare that it​ may appear to​ be. You can practise away to​ your heart’s content adding and​ subtracting code from a​ blog post and​ see immediately the​ result in​ the​ preview pane. You don’t even need to​ publish this post. Again, getting used to​ viewing the​ source code of​ other web sites and​ seeing how they do things will give you no end of​ inspiration.
of​ weeks, with a​ little effort!



10. Control is​ the​ key to​ success in​ developing your skill as​ a​ webmaster. in​ a​ follow–up article on the​ experiences of​ a​ complete Blog novice we will have a​ look at​ some of​ the​ more interesting facts, figures, and​ activities that will take you where you want to​ go, and​ contribute to​ the​ success of​ your web site, providing you are prepared to​ allocate sufficient computer time
and​ are not expecting to​ retire a​ millionaire in​ six months!

it​ is, however, an​ achievable goal to​ go from Meek to​ Geek in​ just a​ couple





You Might Also Like:




Powered by Blogger.