Do you want great conversion rate?
After establishing the basics of a website – the blog, the landing pages, the backend, the architecture and the forums – it’s time to look forward to the next steps.
When it comes to managing and handling the growth of any online platform, conversion rate optimization is a key factor to consider.
It’s vital for webmasters, administrators and planners alike.
Conversion rate optimization or CRO is the process of improving conversion rate—turning mere visits into active engagements on the site, such as registrations and purchases.
Quality traffic is the lifeblood of your website!
If you struggle to get quality traffic, this post is for you.
Since I started this blog in 2011, I’ve grown it from 0 – 10,000 real traffic per month.
As for my niche sites, they don’t get thousands of monthly visitors as such, but the traffic is targeted and ready to buy. And that’s the real deal.
If all you do is look for traffic loopholes to exploit, but don’t care about quality, then you’re making a big mistake.
Warning: This post is different from what you’re expecting!
Did Penguin 2.0 update hit your website?
I want to show you a smart way (my little secret) to recover from Panda & Penguin 2.0 updates and grow your content marketing business.
In case you didn’t know, since 2011 when I started blogging, this blog has never been hit by Panda, Penguin 1.0 or the latest Penguin 2.0.
You can call me a little SEO guru if you want to. Because I’m proud to say that updates don’t scare me.
I’m yet to find any content marketer who doesn’t want more traffic?
All over the blogosphere, you’ll find a huge resource of web traffic tips – which can be overwhelming at times.
And I strongly believe that telling you to use Facebook is an old advice. I don’t think you’d find it on this list.
This post is simply a valuable list on what has worked for me in terms of traffic generation to my website and niche blogs.
SEO is not dead, but it’s not healthy either!
Your job as a content marketer is to give life to the old SEO practices, and get the best results from it.
Don’t be scared of Google updates. Embrace it. [tweet this]
Most people only research keywords because they want to rank their web pages in Google top 10.
But trust me, the most important part is profiting with your chosen term; making money and getting loyal customers.
If all you’re after is taking over the first page of Google, with no plans for converting such traffic into customers, this post is not for you. Go see your grandma…