Subject: [FIRSTNAME], optimizing your website

Posted by henrischauffler on April 30, 2015


It is only natural that webmasters continuously crave higher

search engine rankings. After all, the closer your site is to

the first entry in the search engine results page, the more

chances you have of bringing on surfer traffic to your website.

The choice between proper website content composition and

keyword saturation is a continuing dilemma that many web masters

and internet marketers continue to mull over. Should the page of

the site be designed specifically to enhance search engine

results ratings or should the site’s pages contain proper and

relevant content with regards to its existing purpose?

To be given a high search result ranking, the website must

contain relevant information or content. This means that you

can’t just jumble keywords together in a haphazard manner. You

need to have quality content written down to describe your

website and its contents. The search engine examines your

website and all that it contains. The search engine will try to

figure out if the keywords contained in your web pages are

relevant to the user’s search parameters. For example, a user

searches for the word “bird”. The search engine finds two

websites with the word bird in it. The first website adds

descriptions and additional information about the word bird.

The second website has the word bird, but it also contains other

words like tiger, lion, zoo, seal all jumbled together in no

particular order. Armed with this information, the search engine

uses algorithms to determine which of the 2 sites has more

relevance to the user’s query. In this case, the first website

which has a descriptive article about “birds” is prioritized by

the search engine. In addition to being ranked higher by the

search engine, the user is directed to the first website and

finds exactly what he is looking for.

Already, you can see that there need not be a conflict between

search engine optimization and keyword placement.

You need to properly define your keywords in terms of

relevance. The criterion for keyword relevance is based on how

you think a searcher will write down his query. If he is looking

for a pair of shoes, will he use “size 9” or “black size 9” or

“Nike”? The best way to figure things out is to be a customer

yourself. Go to a search engine and search for a single specific

topic or product by using different words. Take note of the

search strings you use and how relevant they are to your target.

Say, you want to buy a CD of Eric Clapton so you are also

searching for a store to buy it from. Do you type in “buy Eric

Clapton” or is it “Eric Clapton CD”? As a searcher do you

have a specific album in mind? Are you searching for Eric

Clapton’s unplugged album? If so, how are you going to search

for it? As the keywords get more specific, the more relevance it

assumes. This is actually a trade-off. Keywords or phrases that

are specifically relevant to the topic at hand tend to bring in

the correct kind of web traffic that you are looking for.

However, because of their specificity, your website will only be

used as a search result if the user’s query specifically matches

your keywords.

Writing content is not as easy as jotting down a sentence or

two. Think of the search engine as an artificial intelligence

that needs to know everything. The more it can read, the better

it can judge the relevance of your content. That being said, a

lot of internet marketers write keyword, rich content articles

with a minimum of 400 words per article. To put it in simpler

terms, a search engine is slow to grasp the whole point.

To your success,


P.S. Having good content in your website is a blessing not only

for search engine optimization, but also for usefulness to the

person browsing your site. If you can make your site useful to

me, I will certainly return to your site to find out if I can

use something else again. People love useful and convenient

things; even people.

Subject: [FIRSTNAME], making money on the web

Posted by henrischauffler on April 29, 2015


It’s true “most people don’t want to work” is a universal

truth. So, if you don’t want to work, why are you selling

yourself into slavery for relatively low pay? You might as well

get the most out of something that you dislike doing. I’ve never

seen any clerk who is happy where he/she is. They usually

complain about low salaries and too much work. If you’re getting

paid to work (something you don’t want to do) doesn’t it make

sense to aim for something higher?

There are plenty of opportunities for making money in the

internet. You can do this for something on the side, or, you can

make it your full time job. It just depends on how much time you

want to commit to earning money in a rather easy manner. As for

myself, why am I writing this article for relatively low pay?

Well the dollar has a pretty high value from where I am sitting.

If I worked in an office, I wouldn’t be earning as much I am


The point is that you need to maximize your earning potential.

If you happen to be in a country like mine whose local currency

is struggling against the dollar, then doing this writing job

will earn you more than you normally would in day at the office.

As far as potential earnings in the internet is concerned, there

are plenty of avenues and opportunities to choose from.

The first opportunity with the most potential for earning big

bucks is by turning yourself into internet salespersons. Unlike

salespeople of the physical world, you don’t have to go around

the city commuting, sweating, huffing, puffing and talking your

throat sore. All you need to do is to choose a form of internet

marketing that you think you can be good at. Once you do make

your choice, exhaust all the possibilities until you get very

positive results. Nothing good comes out of something


A fast way to earn a commission is by affiliating yourself with

major vendor sites. You sign for their program and they will

give you instructions to set up an affiliate account. Basically,

you promote the vendor site and their products in your own

website or in articles that you write and submit to ezines. You

will need to place links into your website or ezine article that

will lead to the site or product you are promoting.

If you decide to go into affiliate marketing, you will also

need to learn how to compose search engine optimized (SEO)

articles. The web is teeming with instructions on SEO

composition. These articles will help you with search engine

results. They will contain keywords that the search engine will

identify and index according to its relevance to the searcher’s

query and your article.

Then, there are the make fast money programs which you have to

pay for before you can join. (`nuff said)

By the way, don’t be fooled by those paid to read email

advertisements. One does pay you to just read but it sends an

average of one email a day and gives out 2 cents. Other similar

programs require you to accept offers or deals from the sites

that they advertise before they give out cash.

To your success,


P.S. Making good money in the internet can be easy. But if you

really want good money, I suggest you try the different

affiliate programs of major vendor sites in the internet.

Remember its good money so you will have to spend time to make

your program a success. Once you have it set-up, you can ask for

your retirement or separation pay.

Learning SEO For Beginners

Posted by henrischauffler on April 28, 2015

Search engine optimization (SEO) can be a daunting process to learn for any person who is unfamiliar with it. However, this process is one of the more important skills that you must learn and master if you plan on making some money on your online site or business. This seems like a tall order for a novice in the whole SEO game, but fortunately for you, there are a couple of things that you can learn about that can help you understand, and hopefully implement, the entire process to help improve your site’s ranking.

What is SEO?

The first thing that you must know before anything else is what search engine optimization (SEO) is and how it can benefit your online site.

Just in case you do not know, search engine optimization is an important skill that will allow your website or webpage to get better rankings in search engines, such as google, thereby making it easier for people to discover it. There are a lot of techniques and processes involved in SEO, which is why learning how it works first of all is the most important first step that you must take.

Basically, SEO helps online sites, or online businesses, to get a certain amount of exposure on the web by making them more visible and easier to find through the use of search engine’s indexing software, thereby making it easier to redirect traffic to your site and business, improving your chances of receiving a steady stream of market.

How is your site or page ranked?

Before your website can make full use of SEO, you must first get it indexed by search engines. How this works is that search engines find your website or webpage through the use of different indexing programs, such as crawlers or spiders that basically follows all links that lead to your site or page and downloads copies of it as it goes.

After this, your site or page will be analyzed and indexed based on some algorithms and criteria set by the search engines, thereby giving your site its ranking. This can be achieved through effective link building, which requires you to create connections to other sites that have similar contents to that of your site.

Benefits of SEO for your site

One of the more obvious benefits of SEO is that It can help improve your site’s web ranking in search engines, thereby increasing the amount of web traffic that you website can generate. Since your site is now easier to locate in the web, it is a safe bet that there will be a significant change in the amount of visits from potential customers that your site can get. Keep in mind that making your site easier to find makes a whole lot of difference for your business’ survival, especially for those based online.

Avoid spamming

Spamming is one way of getting traffic directed to your website, however, this type of method will only work for a short period of time, and will ultimately lead to your site’s failure.

This type of method works by literally tricking traffic to get redirected to your site through the use of some deceptive techniques, such as using irrelevant keywords and using duplicate content on other sites just to try and increase your site’s page ranking.

Initially, this can generate some traffic to your site, but it will create some problems later on for your site, making it a big possibility that you might even lose some potential customers along the way.

Learning how the entire SEO system works is your first step on managing your online business or website, especially for a beginner such as yourself. Understanding how it works can help you determine what other steps you need to take in order to fully realize and take advantage of the entire SEO process in turning your business into a complete online success.

Knowing the Advantages of SEO

Posted by henrischauffler on April 27, 2015

SEO can be very beneficial for your online company and web site, provided that you follow the rules and guidelines. There are several experts online who can give you quick tips on how to achieve long term business success. SEO is very affordable and you do not have to spend so much time trying to grab the customers you’ve always wanted. Here are some advantages on how to acquire hundreds of thousands of customers in a short time.

Boosting Income

The use of SEO can greatly enhance your ability to earn money. Your web site becomes more visible and available to several visitors all over the globe, thereby helping you get your ROI or return of investment back quickly. You get to stabilize your finances quickly too. Long term positioning is another benefit where you get to stay on top of search engine rankings as soon as your properly arrange and optimize the web site, compared to PPC wherein the outlay and costs are unpredictable and constant.

You get to boost your capability of earning more income by staying visible and ranking high on search engines. Search engine users may only view the first or second pages at most so you should aim to drive them immediately to your site by using the right tools and approaches.

Getting the Right Visitors

Compared to random advertising wherein you just target several thousands of individuals online with the hope that some of them will eventually purchase or be interested in your company, SEO helps you get targeted traffic. This means that you actually get visitors who are truly interested in your product, service or topic. You can boost your reputation by writing sound articles and content and putting these in related sites and online forums.

Promotional campaigns last 24 hours a day and 7 days a week nonstop once you start any SEO approach. You stay visible to your target market any time of the day. People can visit your site regardless of their location. You do not to pay people for working overtime or stay up late just to check on your buyers. SEO continually works for you even when you are off the internet.

Saving Costs

SEO is one of the cheapest ways to market your product or service. You do not have to spend so much on advertisements and affiliates. You can just update the content of your site, use the right title and meta tags and make sure that your content is unique and easy to read for visitors. Loading pages are also faster, since optimized files are generally smaller. There will be fewer server overheads and requests, as well as faster download times. Using SEO means that you get increased accessibility. Users get to connect regardless of their current situation.

Staying Visible

When you use SEOs, you can expect your brand visibility to improve significantly. Search engines also get to navigate and crawl to your pages easily. All pages must be accessible to search engines, so your site becomes very easy for engines to appropriately arrange and index. You also enhance usability, so users can enjoy their stay and experience more. You can get more repeat sales and visits if you continue to enhance your onsite navigation tools and give vital information that will appeal to your customers.

Having enough keyword density on your web site is an extremely important thing that can make or break how well your web site does in search engines. Having too little or too many keywords can severely hurt your site. So what exactly is the perfect amount of keyword density? And what exactly IS keyword density? Well, in this newsletter, we will go into good detail about the basics of keyword density. After you have read this, you will be able to effectively apply keywords to your web site.

Posted by henrischauffler on April 26, 2015

So what is keyword density anyway? Put simply, keyword density is the ratio of keywords or key phrases to the total number of words on a particular page of your site. A good rule of thumb is to have a keyword density of 1-3%. Some may be thinking, “how do you get the keyword density percentage?” The mathematical formula is quite simple: you divide the total number of keywords or keyword phrases in your content by the total number of words.

So if you have 10 keywords in a document with 1000 total words, that’s a keyword density of exactly 1%, which is the lowest keyword density your page should have for search engine purposes-anything less and chances are, your site won’t be listed high in a search engine.

To achieve the ideal keyword density of 3%, you would have to have 30 keywords or keyword phrases in a site with 1000 words.

Generally speaking, you don’t want to have more than 3% keyword density, as the keywords tend to get repetitive in that case and actually hinder your site. But you also don’t want to have less than 1%, as your site won’t be noticed as quickly or as effectively by search engines.

How do I make keywords flow naturally throughout my page? It’s all about coming up with good keywords that relate to your site and can be used naturally throughout a page without sounding silly or repetitive. Before you even think about writing the content for a page, sit down first to decide on keywords or key phrases to use in the page. Then begin to write the content, and when you see fit, place in a keyword or key phrase.

It is a good idea to take a break after writing a paragraph or two to review the work. When you are looking at what has been written, make sure it makes sense to you and that the use of keywords doesn’t distract you from what the page is actually about. Readers will not enjoy a site that is chock full of keywords that do nothing but distract them from the article or piece of content.

A lot of people recommend placing a keyword in the first and last sentence of every paragraph. While this may be effective for some, it often does no good for others and hurts their content. Try not to be too strict with where you place the keywords-only use them when they seem to “fit” into a sentence.

Then, when you’re done, count them up. If you’ve managed to place around 10 keywords naturally into your content, then you’re good to go.

Keyword and word counting seems daunting.are there any tools I can use to make the process quicker? The short answer is yes, there are quite a few wonderful tools which make counting keywords and total words much easier than it sounds. We will briefly go over a few here.

SEO Keyword Density Available at: This is a free tool available from SEOChat. What the tool basically does is it analyzes your page for 1, 2, or 3 keywords in your page and tells you what the keyword density of your page is. It is a very effective, easy to use tool that will make figuring out keyword density very easy for you.

Keyword Density Tool Available at: The Keyword Density tool is free, quick and effective. All you have to do is type in keywords or key phrases, your url and click “Analyze Keyword Density”. The tool will then tell you how much keyword density you have on the page.

Keyword Density Checker Available at: Yet another free keyword density checker, this one is straight-forward to use and effective. Just type in the keywords, url and hit submit. That’s it.

To sum it all up, keyword density can greatly impact how well your site does. Learn the basics now, and you’re in for a successful web site.

Checking keyword density is now quicker and easier than ever before. Take advantage of the tools mentioned above to check your keyword density. Your site will be better for it!

Subject: [FIRSTNAME], keyword relevance…

Posted by henrischauffler on April 25, 2015


The function of keywords is to attract the search engine’s

attention. Once attracted, the search engine lists the site that

contains the keyword. This system opened up avenues for search

engine abuse by web masters. Because of a search engine’s heavy

dependence on keywords, anybody could write “sex, xxx, porn” and

other strong keywords even though the website contains nothing

of the sort. As a result of this abuse, the reputations of

search engines all over the web begun to suffer. Surfers got

re-directed to websites that had no relevance to their query.

To stop the abuse and enhance their accuracy and reputation,

search engines devised an algorithm method where web crawlers

not only looked at the keywords, but also at the contents that

goes along with them. With this new method of indexing, web

masters and internet marketers were finally forced to perform

honest work. They stopped using words like “sex, xxx” and porn”

where there was none and begun writing relevant articles that

give accurate descriptions of their website or products.

As a result of this new indexing system, the industry of search

engine optimization (SEO) article writing was born. SEO article

writers are required to write meaningful articles that

thoroughly describe the product or website. Aside from using

correct and appropriate writing methods, they also have to

reserve slots within the article for the seeding of keywords.

As far as search engines are concerned, they index your website

by scanning the top of your website first. Be sure to have

descriptive literature of about 250++ words as this is what the

search engines look for. Within that 250++ word article, embed

your keywords in it without breaking the smooth flow of the

article. Try to avoid grammar deficiencies because of keyword

seeding. Your article needs to be as correct as it can be for

the search engine to understand what your website is saying and

what relevance it has to a searcher’s query.

You can try the old method but you will not get as good results

as you will with the honest way. Furthermore, attempting to

mislead a search engine can lead to a bottom placement in search

rankings. Aside from being given low priority in searches,

search engines also have the option of removing your website

from their index. If this unfortunate development happens to

your website, you’ve already lost your business.

The internet is evolving. Just as it took centuries for the

laws of the United States to reach maturity, the internet is

hurrying along at light-speeds to protect everyone who decides

to visit it. If you try to disrupt the flow of one of its

economies, various individuals and corporations that own a stake

in the internet will immediately smother you and the tools you

use for disturbing a relatively peaceful environment.

As honesty seems to be the best policy for now, SEO article

writing is the way to go. Do not compromise your articles for

the sake of keyword density. After all, when your customers get

to your website and read a poorly written article, your esteem

in their eyes will immediately plummet. It wouldn’t be a

surprise if they decide to transfer to another website with

better services and a higher degree of usefulness and accuracy.

To your success,


P.S. Being an SEO writer myself, I can only say that what I

wrote above is all true. I’ve surfed hundreds of sites

pertaining to SEO writing tips and suggestions. I never saw

anyone suggesting a higher priority for keywords over relevance.

My own opinion is that keyword seeding and article composition

should both be done with great care.

Subject: [FIRSTNAME], keyword density percentages

Posted by henrischauffler on April 24, 2015


Some will say that 2% to 8% is the ideal density of keywords

for SEO purposes. Others claim that optimum density for Google

is specifically 2% and that anything higher will result in your

site being penalized. For Yahoo and MSN, they specify a 5%

keyword density. But is it really?

In my experience as an SEO writer, most internet marketers

require keyword seeding density at 10% or higher. Now, if

Google, which happens to be the most popular search engine in

the internet, does indeed penalize websites with keywords seeded

at more than 2%, don’t you think that it’s senseless for my

clients to ask for more than 2% seeding?

Since Google, Yahoo and MSN began incorporating relevance of

keywords to the actual content into their web crawlers, keyword

density, which was the main focus of web masters at that time,

became a secondary consideration. Unfortunately, some web

masters and internet marketers still stress keyword importance

over content relevance. For example, the words “book”, “car” and

“shopping” are most commonly used in internet searches. If you

had those words in your site, you have a guaranteed hit. This

system would work before. You could use sex as a keyword, but

your website actually contains information about rutabaga


This system of keyword importance and density lead to

misleading search results. Because of the decrease in

serviceability of search engines due to the abusers of the

system, search engine operators decided to add the value of

keyword relevance to actual content to better their service to

internet surfers. So if you are talking about rutabaga farming

and scatter the word sex all throughout your article just to

attract more traffic, the search engine will get confused

because, your keyword does not have any relevance to your

content at all. When this happens, the search engine can ignore

you, penalize you or blacklist your website from its search


If you take the time to read newsletters or articles about

keywords today, you will mostly find similar emphasis on keyword

relevance. When you write an article seeded with keywords that

are relevant to your product or idea, you are doing several

things at once. Your first accomplishment is in having a greater

chance of higher search engine result rankings. Because the

search engine understands what your website is all about, it

would not hesitate to churn it out as a search result from a

user query relevant to your keywords. Second, by having relevant

keywords on your site, you get more chances of attracting the

right kind of traffic. Having more relevant website hits gives

you more chances of selling your product because your product is

exactly the reason why the users are directed to your site.

Because of the relevance of your article, your ratio of relevant

to irrelevant surfer traffic increases. Third, as a result of

highly relevant keywords and content, the users will find your

website very useful and will most likely decide to mark your

site down for another visit just to find out if they can get

something useful out of it again. Lastly, even though you will

experience a significantly reduced traffic count, you don’t

really lose anything since most searchers tend to get annoyed

when they are re-directed to a website that doesn’t contain

anything related to their search. You increase and enhance the

usefulness and reputation of your site without having to resort

to dirty, misleading tactics for traffic generation.

To your success,


P.S. I cannot stress enough how important relevance of keyword

to content is. The importance of this value reflects on the

search engines need to classify websites according to their

content. If your keywords don’t match your content, your website

will be ignored by the search engine.

Keyword selection For SEO

Posted by henrischauffler on April 23, 2015

One of the main components that helps determine the success, or failure, of your search engine optimization (SEO) campaign is your keyword selection. Although this may not appear much, choosing the right keyword to use for your website is one of the more grueling parts of the entire SEO process, especially if you aim to find one that will be most effective for your site’s search engine optimization.

When using keywords for SEO, you just need to follow a few simple steps in order to properly find the right keyword that will do the job. There are also a couple of things that you need to look out for in order to avoid any problems when trying to optimize your web page.

Make a list

The first thing that you should do if you want to be able to use keywords effectively is to start out by making a list of “key” keywords or phrases that are relevant to the content of your site, and by doing this, it can actually lead you to create or discover more keywords or phrases that may blossom from the original one that you have chosen.

Select key phrases or words

Once you’ve made a list, try to select ones that contain a “key” keyword or phrase that can help you identify your site’s content. Let’s say your site’s content is all about cars, using cars as a keyword won’t put you high up in the page ranking of search engines, especially since a lot of sites or pages have that as a keyword. Try to avoid using words or phrases that are too general, as this will not help improve your page ranking. By adding other key terms to your chosen keyword, such as “second-hand cars”, or “second-hand sports cars” will actually help improve your chances of going up higher in the page rankings. Just make sure that these are relevant to your site’s content.

Check your competition

It also helps if you took the time to search for keywords or phrases that your competition are using so that you can narrow down which ones to use, and which ones to avoid. There is no sense in using a type of keyword or phrase, such as “cars”, which a lot or most of your competition are using as well, and if their site’s are ranked high up in the search engine’s index, then you might have a difficult time going up against that.

Use your location

You can also improve your chances of getting a much better page ranking result if you incorporate your location to the keyword or phrase that you are trying to use. Let’s say your business is located somewhere in Minnesota, by simply adding the word “Minnesota” to your keyword selection (“Minnesota second-hand sports cars”), you can fair better in your page ranking. However, this type of method usually entails that people are planning on seeing you in person when they do searches like this, so make sure that you only utilize this technique if you are open to the idea of them visiting you in person.

Use your niche

Always try to choose the keyword that you specialize in, or at least the one that offers you with the most profit. Keep in mind that you want to offer the keyword that best describes your business, but if the search volume of users is leaning towards one that isn’t your main product, then you can actually opt to use that keyword instead, just as long as that keyword is still related or relevant to your site’s content.

Subject: [FIRSTNAME], inside search engine rankings

Posted by henrischauffler on April 22, 2015


A problem that search engines encounter often is the design of

websites that purely use advanced programming such as C++,

JavaScript or CGI. If the navigation links within your site are

powered by these advanced scripts alone, the search engine will

not be able to fully browse your site. You need to provide links

done in basic HTML so that the engine can read your website.

It takes months for a website with a new domain name (.com,

.org or .edu) to show up on search engines. Google has imposed

an ageing delay on new websites so that it doesn’t waste time on

indexing websites that don’t last long. If you want to change

your domain name, I suggest you rethink your plan and use what

you have instead. A cosmetic facelift of your existing web pages

along with several good quality SEO articles will serve you

better in the long run. After all, you will be working with what

you already have. If you know all the insides and outs of your

website, then it would be so much easier to revise than replace

because of familiarity.

Some internet marketers make the mistake of placing keyword

density requirements above that of article quality. At first

glance, it does make sense to optimize an article for your

keywords rather than be concerned with artistic considerations

or honest, from the heart writing. However, bear in mind that

not everyone will buy your product or idea. You know that what

you sell is sellable only to a certain target market. If you

prioritize keyword optimization in your article rather than

writing the article for the sake of the product you want to sell

and for the information of your target audience, chances are you

will attract buyers of another commodity that you do not have.

The keyword here is relevance. A person searching the internet

for something he needs will filter out the search results by

using the relevance criterion. My suggestion is, write the

article for the sake of your product and for your target

customers’ information. Place the priority of keywords as a

secondary consideration. It’s all about relevance. I know that

it would be a plus for you if you manage to pull in lots of

traffic even though they don’t want anything to do with your

site. Believe me, misleading a person in the internet is a risky

business. That person you mislead can hit back by starting-up an

email brigade against your website.

Be specific with your keywords. Don’t generalize. The biggest

disadvantage of internet shopping is that customers are not able

to scrutinize the product personally. What they usually do is

find out from other sources what the product is all about, how

it works, etc… When they decide to finally buy, they know what

they’re looking for and will mostly likely use a specific name

brand as part of their search strings. Your keywords need to be

able to match those strings in terms of number of words matched

and how the order of those words match. Others will search for

stuff by using its sub-categories. For example, when looking for

bras, women need to spell out their torso and cup size.

So, the bra size can be a 36 B or a 36 C. Then there are colors to

choose from like red, burgundy and black. A bit more specific is

the bra classification. Is it a half-cup or a push-up, or is it

a sport bra? With these factors in mind, you can conclude that a

woman looking for a bra in the internet can type in “black

push-up bra 36-C”. Do you have key phrases to match those search

strings? Are the words in your key phrases arranged in the same

order? The final consideration is the literature where those

keywords are embedded. If the article is just a jumble of words

full of keywords, the search engine will most likely discard

your website in favor of another. This will decrease the ranking

of your website in the search results page. In worst case

scenarios, they may actually ban your website from showing up in

search results.

To your success,


P.S. A lot of SEO experts claim that it isn’t the keyword, but

the article that brings you success. Based on what is written

above, I tend to agree. Do you?

Subject: [FIRSTNAME], increase traffic to your website…

Posted by henrischauffler on April 21, 2015


The best way to get traffic to your website is to be at the top

of the results page of a search engine. Since there can only be

one at the top for every search query, your being actually there

is next to impossible with the millions of sites and billions of

articles contained within the internet.

However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t strive to be part

of the top ten in a results page. A good way, to rise through

the rankings of search results is by having an article in each

page of your website that contains at least 250++ words. This

article should contain keyword and relevant content about your

website or your product.

Link exchange programs are like merchant clans or chambers of

commerce and industry. By being part of a link exchange program,

you agree to display the links of other partner sites in your

website. The links that will be placed in your website are those

links that lead to other websites that are in the same category

as your website. For example, if you have a gaming website, then

most of your links will be other gaming sites as well. In return

for placing their links on your site, they will reciprocate by

placing a link on their webpage to your site. How does this

increase traffic to your site? If in a search query, one of your

partner sites shows up but yours does not, the searcher is

redirected to that site. If your partner site does not have the

product or idea needed by the searcher, then the searcher will

probably click on the link to a partner site. There’s no

guarantee that the link will be yours, but it gives you a


Banner exchanges work much like link exchanges but you will

need more space on your website to accommodate other website

banners. If you are obsessive when it comes to the cosmetics of

your website, then you probably won’t want this one. With so

many banners flying around, you can get to look like the United

Nations. Be that as it may, a potential active link is still one

point in favor of your site being visited by someone.

Ezine article writing and newsletters are another way to herd

some website traffic in your direction. You write hundreds, even

thousands, of articles to saturate the web. Embedded within

these articles are links to your website. Having all those

articles around is much like having mini-websites scattered all

over strategic places. With these articles, you can also give

the reader an option to subscribe to your newsletters. If they

accept, then you are right at their front door ready to make

your sales pitch (email presentations in this case).

If you want it all to yourself, you can turn your site into

something similar to Wikipedia. The only difference is that you

have merchandise to sell on each page of your website while

Wikipedia does not. Using this method, you are guaranteed a top

ten placement in any search engine in the internet. Of course,

this would mean a lot of work. But if you really want good

money, then you have to give good effort.

To your success,


P.S. The methods for increasing website traffic I mentioned in

this article are just some of the many other ways available in

the internet. The most successful are those that entail

newsletters and ezine articles and link exchanges with other

websites. You decide which method