4 ROCK SOLID REASONS FOR BUILDING YOUR OWN WEBSITE
Copyright 2005 Robert Evans
What is the point of having a website, you may ask, when the affiliate programme you have joined has provided you with your own web page to promote? This is a fair question. The answer has to be that with your own site...
Getting Started in ECommerce - Part One
In 2004, Enquiro.com conducted a study of the search behaviors of men vs. women. They found that women spend more time in their searches and at specific sites. The study also revealed that women tend to be more deliberate in reading search results,...
How to Get Your Web Site Content Syndicated
[Kalena] Following our successful experiment of setting up a news feed for my site, search engine marketer Dan Thies and I have joined forces to write this article to show other webmasters how they can do the same for their own sites. But before...
New Ways To Have Success On The Internet
There are several standard things you can do to increase traffic on your website. These are publishing an ezine, providing free email, give things away for free, updating your site every day, installing a message board or discussion group,...
SEO Trade Secrets - 8 Great Tools for Search Engine Optimization
About 80% of website traffic comes through search engines. And research shows, if you're not on the first 2 pages, most people won't find you. This article isn't about how to achieve a high ranking. That topic has been done to death over the...
Is your site hungry for traffic?
Copyright 2005 Keith Baxter
For the past few years, I've been stashed away in my secret lab working on underground strategies for driving hordes of targeted to traffic to my sites.
I've decided to emerge from my lab for a limited time and reveal a few of these killer strategies to you.
Are you ready? Good... let's get to it!
It seems that my consulting clients all suffer from the dreaded ‘limited site' disease. You may be afflicted by it as well. Basically, the disease consists of limiting your vision to your main website.
Most people see their site as being the center of the universe... but in their universe no other stars or planets exist.
I would like to open your eyes to a bigger picture. One full of stars, each surrounded by their own planetary system.
How does this relate to your website?
Imagine your site sells 32 different widgets (this is the center of the universe).
Now imagine you create a new site for each widget which is dedicated to that widget alone. Some call these minisites, I will call them stars.
The object of each star is to expand upon the benefits of that widget, but point back to the center of the universe (your main site) to order that widget.
With me so
Good, let's move forward.
Now, each star can have its own planetary system. Let's say each star has 5 planets. Planets are simply ‘feeder' sites whose only purpose is to direct traffic from the search engines back to the star.
For example, many of you are familiar with page generating applications such as Ranking Power or Traffic Equalizer. What if you used these with the intention of feeding your stars? Are you beginning to feel the power here?
I will stop here for now.
Your main site is the center of the universe. You register a domain for each of the products you sell and create a star (or minisite) for that product. The ordering page for that star points back to your main product site. Each star then has 5 planets (feeder sites) generated with Ranking Power or Traffic Equalizer all pointing back to that star.
It's a very powerful concept, use wisely. More will be revealed soon...
About the Author
This article has been authored by Keith Baxter, the editor and publisher of the fast selling video newsletter at http://www.StealthTrafficSecrets.com. If you wish to learn how to drive massive amounts of traffic to your website, then subscribe to the site now... it's only $7.00 per month!