You’ve probably worked really hard to make your website look sharp, full of content and easy to navigate. But now the question is how to real website traffic to your website. To do this, you’ll ideally need to be higher up in web search results. Here are some really simple ways you can make that happen.
Put Your Title to Work
It’s crucial that your page titles are well named and containing high quality keywords. You’ll want them to be most similar to what you’re anticipating people will type into their search engine field. For example, if you’re trying to get exposure to your wonderful new butterscotch candy, you’ll want to name your page something like “Tasty New Butterscotch Candy Available”. Notice how “butterscotch candy” is part of the string. This is crucial, because you want the best chance possible to have your site come up in the results when someone does a search for butterscotch candy. Likewise, you’d want to avoid a title like “A New Product We Know You’ll Love”, because it describes nothing relating to butterscotch candy. Search engines won’t rank you for butterscotch candy unless you give them good indication that it’s something you actually have information about. See how that works?
Stay on Topic
Don’t try to fit a chapter onto a page. Keep pages focused, concise and keyword driven. This is better for search engine crawlers who will see your page as one that’s dedicated to your chosen keywords, but it’s also better for your readers. Remember, these visitors have probably found your page after typing a specific keyword or phrase, and will most appreciate having easy, quick access to exactly what they came to read about. So save anything unrelated as a link to another page. This is directly related to the third tip…
Add Information Frequently
If you truly want to increase traffic to your website, you really need to constantly be increasing the amount of quality information it contains. Visitors will return to your website more regularly if they know you’re constantly going to add new and relevant content. Make sure it’s well written, easy to read and not overloaded with excessive graphics and repetitive keywords. Speaking of, our fourth tip is vital…
Don’t Try to Game the System
Writing an article with your keyword phrase over and over is not only obnoxious to people reading, it can easily get you docked with search engines. Don’t even begin to think they know that trick by now! So doing this not only is naturally an insult to the people who do trust you enough to click your link, you’ll end up doing anything but increase traffic in the long run, once the search engines are onto your website shenanigans.
Keep Things Au Natural
People don’t like to be overloaded with a frenzy of .gifs, banner ads and bold flashing text. Most readers are simply looking for information on something they’ve specifically sought out. Give that to them, and they will come. Dish out a bunch of flashing banners and gimmicky crap, and they’re going to take you for a spam site – probably with good reason. Additionally, many of the abovementioned coding gimmicks will also trip up search engine crawlers. They’re designed to read simple text that’s relevant to the keywords, and don’t have time for trying to figure out your latest script that makes the flashy pop-ups and “neat” little sounds. Seriously, the quicker you can lose that stuff from your website, the sooner you’ll see traffic increase.
These are just a few tips you can utilize immediately, for no cost and with little difficulty.And, this has everything to do with how successfully you’ll be able to increase traffic to your website.You should be able to implement them soon!