Learning Stuff About ‘Website Traffic Building’ Category
In the introduction to dofollow and nofollow, we looked at what these terms mean, and we saw reasons why one would want to do either. What I want to do now, is look at a couple ways you can check to see if a link is dofollow or nofollow, and hence whether a site would classify as dofollow/nofollow.
In certain circles, especially among those who are into search engine optimisation (SEO), the terms dofollow and nofollow often come up. If you are new to building and/or promoting websites, you probably have no clue what this refers to. But if you seriously want your site to get maximum visibility, you need to be aware of what these terms mean. Read the rest of Introduction To DoFollow and NoFollow »
In this post I will address some more the matter of google key words for getting web traffic. In the prior post on getting unique web traffic, I mentioned that I wanted to flesh out certain points. That is what I’m trying to do here.
Everyone wants to get traffic to their website, if they have information or knowledge to share. In this post, what I want to focus on, is not just getting traffic, but getting targeted unique web traffic.
Now that we understand the importance of backlinks to your site, let us explore some of the ways for getting backlinks.
There are basically a few ways that people will come to your site.
1. Entering your website address directly into their browsers
One way to get traffic to your website is through search engines. The ideal is to have your site appear at the top of the search results, or near to it, when a search is done for the key words related to your site. So it is important that we don’t do something to cause the search engines to penalise our sites, and make our ranking way down in the list.