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Tag: targeted traffic

The Best SEO Software for Niche Publishers

Mequoda reveals the best SEO software publishers can use to extend the life of all their articles — more effortlessly.

SEO Tips & Advice for Bloggers

Today we’re focusing on SEO tips specifically for bloggers. To have a successful blog you need to maximize your traffic. This is usually done by having as much new content as possible, after all people will be looking at your blog to find new content, not to look at the same stuff they’ve already seen. To make things simple, content drives traffic.

Below we have a few tips from top bloggers on how to improve blog SEO in order to produce maximum amounts of traffic.

Inducing Traffic Through Better Web Design

When you’re designing a website one of the main objectives should be inducing traffic. No matter what the content of your website is, if you don’t create traffic its not going to be very successful. Not only do you want to create traffic, but also you want your users to stay for a while, rather

SEO Blogging Tips for Audience Development

10 tips for developing findable content

An audience development blog is a valuable tool for interacting with online audiences and establishing a reputation within your market.

As any audience development professional will tell you, SEO is one of the most important components of developing an audience development blog. Below, I’ve listed a collection of SEO blogging tips that will help you better understand the process of driving targeted traffic to your website. The majority of these tips will be discussed in more depth during our Playing Nice with Google Penguin webinar, which shares key insights on avoiding penalties associated with Google’s recent algorithmic changes.

12 Free Landing Page Templates

This free report from Mequoda Group discusses 12 landing page templates and how to maximize Internet marketing conversion rates by using the correct one

(Nationwide)—Many pages of a website are landing pages. If users are coming to a website via search engines or via targeted traffic, they are “landing” on the website through any number of pages.

Landing pages are necessary components of your entire online marketing strategy. For online publishers and Internet marketers, a landing page should be looked at as any webpage that begins a transaction or relationship.

Re-Define “Landing Page”: It’s Every Page

Discover new landing page templates when you re-define “landing page”

Many people think that a landing page is just one type of page.

Actually, many pages on your site are landing pages. If a web surfer arrives at your site via a search engine or via targeted traffic, such as a link in email, that person is “landing” on your site.

Where do they end up? On a landing page, of course.

A landing page is an indispensable component of your online marketing campaign. We define a landing page as any webpage where a willing buyer and seller can start a transaction. It’s the first page on your website where a visitor enters the ordering process.

IMAG ‘10 Coverage: Audience Development Best Practices

Interweave’s Bob Kaslik delivers 8 concrete best practices for building your email subscriber file

Organic, Dedicated and Hybrid Landing Pages – Oh My!

It isn’t enough to know how to design a landing page, you should also understand why writing for the web is not the same as writing for print

How to Find Niche Keywords with the Google Keyword Tool

Use the Google AdWords Keyword Tool to find niche keywords that drive targeted traffic to your blogs, press releases and landing pages.

Every Page is a Landing Page

Think about every page on your site as a landing page and start converting all of your visitors into subscribers or buyers.
Many people think that a landing page is just one type of page. When you think of a landing page, what do you picture? A single page, long copy, highlighted text, lots of bolding and italicizing, strong headline?
Sure, that’s one design of a landing page, most likely a rapid conversion landing page or email capture page. Or maybe it’s a salesletter landing page selling a single eBook.

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If you’re an Internet-savvy reporter, writer, blogger or online journalist with ambition and a desire to learn, the most expensive mistake of your life could be to ignore this career opportunity.

Job title: Media Reporter and Blogger-in-chief Landing Page Review

OK, folks. Bring your seat and tray to the upright position. We’re ready for take off with an incredibly convincing and compelling landing page that shows you the mesmerizing influence of “good old fashioned-take-no-prisoners-suck-out-the-money-from the wallet” copy and graphics.

The secret of creating streams of revenue in a niche business is to identify a problem that keeps your prospect up at night and then give them a real, viable, solution. Now everywhere you go on the Internet there’s always some marketer who says they’ve invented a better “widget” (I’ve never seen a widget, but apparently there are a lot of them out there) to improve every website owner’s quagmire: search engine ranking with the 800 pound gorilla Google as well as with Yahoo, and MSN.

Place Online Order Forms on the Bottom of Every Content Page

In the past few months, I’ve seen results from three different magazine publishers that have each literally turned their source mix on its head. For each of them, a simple online order form that costs them almost nothing has rocketed their website to the top of their print publication’s source list. The website design trick is called an OFIE or Order Form in Editorial.