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Search Engine Optimization

During the last 30 days I've received 1595 visits to this site http://centrosdemesa3b.com/ according to GA.

What

Getting traffic is not the whole solution. If the people visiting your site are not captivated or interested in the content then it is highly unlikely to convert. I had this with paid traffic once yes I was getting loads of visitors but no conversions. Using traffic exchanges to promote can also lead to loads of traffic. Remember in this case many visitors will just be clicking through to your site to gain credits they can use to advertise their site. It is a difficult problem to solve. People going through you blog are obviously targeted traffic. Using articles, Facebook post, hub pages etc,will also get targeted traffic.

I doubt that anyone has a bullet proof answer to that question. Daniel and Mike probably have covered it as good as anyone can. Good Luck Alex.

I agree with phydel. Though this may not be entirely the case, it is probably part of it. We are living in the age of tire-kickers. People want stuff for nothing and a lot of people are living beyond their means, so that, even though they would love to join, they do not see enough influence to do so.

My latest sale came from an individual that was sitting on the fence. I would have never been able to influence this person to join up if I had not gotten an automatic notification informing me that "one of my referrals" is needing help.

These notifications DO help! If you don't have them on, turn them on. Sometimes people need a gentle nudge. In this case, it worked for me!

You are definitely getting enough traffic that would suggest a higher conversion. Check your bounce and exit rates and find out what's going on in that regard. Just looking at the clicks alone does little for you. I know it's not easy to look at the numbers in fear that you might find the answers, but this (I hold myself to this as well) will also help you pinpoint problem areas on your campaigns. If you have high bounce rates, find out why. You can trace these to the very pages where the bounces are occurring. It could be how you've written it, the format, even the font and the colours on a page. It could be that something is missing or that your calls to action are not strong enough or even exist.

You have to show people what they need to do, and you can do this without being arrogant, pushy or salesy.

I know some of this may be elementary and you know this, but just offering a few suggestions.

I'm not doing very well right now, but I know my problem is sheer inconsistency.

One place I suggest you go, if you have not yet, is related resources in Jay's library of WA Live Training videos. He has just the titles for you if you will browse there.

Daniel

I've been wondering about this too. My numbers of raw clicks have jumped dramatically over the last 30 days. Yet there are no sales recorded.

I got to thinking about this. Raw clicks could indicate tire kickers. People who click on the link and then leave.

There is a second thing I'm considering. What if those raw clicks are people who signed up for the free 10 lesson tutorial and are making their way through the lessons before going premium?

The second column in my WA stats is called "sales." I assume that is folks going premium and not signing up for the free lessons.

Raw clicks = free lesson sign up
Sales = premium subscribers

I'd be willing to bet many of those raw clicks will convert to sales over time.

Oh, one more thought. Many of those clicks could be bots and not real people. I can't prove this yet but in time I will find an answer to bots too.

Yes you are right it is quite odd. Anyway we have to be patient. Have a very nice weekend. Thanks for the reply

This implies that the traffic you are receiving isn't your targeted audience traffic that's why its not converting

You need to drive targeted traffic to your site

Thank you so much, have a great day.

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Why has it no conversions yet?

Why has it no conversions yet?

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Search Engine Optimization

During the last 30 days I've received 1595 visits to this site http://centrosdemesa3b.com/ according to GA.

What

Getting traffic is not the whole solution. If the people visiting your site are not captivated or interested in the content then it is highly unlikely to convert. I had this with paid traffic once yes I was getting loads of visitors but no conversions. Using traffic exchanges to promote can also lead to loads of traffic. Remember in this case many visitors will just be clicking through to your site to gain credits they can use to advertise their site. It is a difficult problem to solve. People going through you blog are obviously targeted traffic. Using articles, Facebook post, hub pages etc,will also get targeted traffic.

I doubt that anyone has a bullet proof answer to that question. Daniel and Mike probably have covered it as good as anyone can. Good Luck Alex.

I agree with phydel. Though this may not be entirely the case, it is probably part of it. We are living in the age of tire-kickers. People want stuff for nothing and a lot of people are living beyond their means, so that, even though they would love to join, they do not see enough influence to do so.

My latest sale came from an individual that was sitting on the fence. I would have never been able to influence this person to join up if I had not gotten an automatic notification informing me that "one of my referrals" is needing help.

These notifications DO help! If you don't have them on, turn them on. Sometimes people need a gentle nudge. In this case, it worked for me!

You are definitely getting enough traffic that would suggest a higher conversion. Check your bounce and exit rates and find out what's going on in that regard. Just looking at the clicks alone does little for you. I know it's not easy to look at the numbers in fear that you might find the answers, but this (I hold myself to this as well) will also help you pinpoint problem areas on your campaigns. If you have high bounce rates, find out why. You can trace these to the very pages where the bounces are occurring. It could be how you've written it, the format, even the font and the colours on a page. It could be that something is missing or that your calls to action are not strong enough or even exist.

You have to show people what they need to do, and you can do this without being arrogant, pushy or salesy.

I know some of this may be elementary and you know this, but just offering a few suggestions.

I'm not doing very well right now, but I know my problem is sheer inconsistency.

One place I suggest you go, if you have not yet, is related resources in Jay's library of WA Live Training videos. He has just the titles for you if you will browse there.

Daniel

I've been wondering about this too. My numbers of raw clicks have jumped dramatically over the last 30 days. Yet there are no sales recorded.

I got to thinking about this. Raw clicks could indicate tire kickers. People who click on the link and then leave.

There is a second thing I'm considering. What if those raw clicks are people who signed up for the free 10 lesson tutorial and are making their way through the lessons before going premium?

The second column in my WA stats is called "sales." I assume that is folks going premium and not signing up for the free lessons.

Raw clicks = free lesson sign up
Sales = premium subscribers

I'd be willing to bet many of those raw clicks will convert to sales over time.

Oh, one more thought. Many of those clicks could be bots and not real people. I can't prove this yet but in time I will find an answer to bots too.

Yes you are right it is quite odd. Anyway we have to be patient. Have a very nice weekend. Thanks for the reply

This implies that the traffic you are receiving isn't your targeted audience traffic that's why its not converting

You need to drive targeted traffic to your site

Thank you so much, have a great day.

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Everything Wordpress

I truly love your blog.. Great colors & theme. Did you build
this amazing site yourself? Please reply back as I’m hoping to create my very
own blog and want to know wh

Spam

the same old story spam

I agree with majority, it's spam, I also get tons of these.

Just Spam, get tons of these, and comments which are not refering to your blog are useless anyway

It's spam. I Googled "Great colors & theme. Did you build this amazing site yourself?" (in quotes) and got 45,000 results. ~Marion

Looks like a spam to me.

I'd check and see if she has an actual email address but it looks like spam.

Thanks so much. Great help

Spam

Thanks for the feedback

Spam. Just posting a generic comment in order to get a link back to their site.

Thanks so much.

though the comment does sound questionable - as in, it could be spam - but maybe it's not. She's not laughing at you though, as I looked at your site and really like it :) That one is a tough call though. Is there a link back to her site?

Thank you for taking the time to reply. At first I thought she was laughing at me. I think some people find it hard to say something useful or at least interesting about a post or page.
There's a link back to a life ensiurance promoting blog.
Anyway it seems to be no good link to my site. Am I right?
Thanks again and have a very nice night.

The link to check in this case is if any, a link left by the person that posted the comment. Like, email, website URL within the name of poster or below. If there is an odd URL that looks fishy. It most likely is a spammer. Trying to get a free backlink from your site (if you approve and do not edit attached url left by her)

I understand, thanks. I will check those points. Have a great night.

Anytime ^^)

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I this a comment I should take into account?

I this a comment I should take into account?

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Everything Wordpress

I truly love your blog.. Great colors & theme. Did you build
this amazing site yourself? Please reply back as I’m hoping to create my very
own blog and want to know wh

Spam

the same old story spam

I agree with majority, it's spam, I also get tons of these.

Just Spam, get tons of these, and comments which are not refering to your blog are useless anyway

It's spam. I Googled "Great colors & theme. Did you build this amazing site yourself?" (in quotes) and got 45,000 results. ~Marion

Looks like a spam to me.

I'd check and see if she has an actual email address but it looks like spam.

Thanks so much. Great help

Spam

Thanks for the feedback

Spam. Just posting a generic comment in order to get a link back to their site.

Thanks so much.

though the comment does sound questionable - as in, it could be spam - but maybe it's not. She's not laughing at you though, as I looked at your site and really like it :) That one is a tough call though. Is there a link back to her site?

Thank you for taking the time to reply. At first I thought she was laughing at me. I think some people find it hard to say something useful or at least interesting about a post or page.
There's a link back to a life ensiurance promoting blog.
Anyway it seems to be no good link to my site. Am I right?
Thanks again and have a very nice night.

The link to check in this case is if any, a link left by the person that posted the comment. Like, email, website URL within the name of poster or below. If there is an odd URL that looks fishy. It most likely is a spammer. Trying to get a free backlink from your site (if you approve and do not edit attached url left by her)

I understand, thanks. I will check those points. Have a great night.

Anytime ^^)

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Everything Wordpress

47% of my audience speak English according to GA, and I would like to offer them a professional translation of the pages, How am I supposed to do that with out adding any plugin

has been sorted?

Not sure how to answer that

Its OK. Thanks

Looks like Loes has you covered. Good Luck with your website

Thanks so much

Thank you everybody. It seems I found the answer here http://lamaleva.com/. Now I will how I bulid this

I have one website with the Google language translator plugin http://kleurboekjes.siterubix.com, and I have 2 almost equal websites which I translate myself into Dutch, which appears to be a LOT of work, so my Dutch website doesnot have the amount of content as the English one yet.
http://workathomefuture.com and eigensitemaken.siterubix.com

I understand what you mean, and appreciate your response so much, Nevertheless I will keep on searching

You can have a page in english and a page in another language.
In a summary page you enter a summary paragraph in English and a summary paragraph in the second language. Add a read more link after each summary paragraph. When a reader clicks "read more" they will be taken to the appropriate page.

I'm sure their are other ways, but this seems to be a simple approach.

Ok, thanks, I will try that, I wish you much well

Loes uses Google translations on her website. You can send her a PM to ask how she does it. ~Marion

I also use Google trans, but it is not the same as a human translation. If you make your trans you are making a new post or page.

Maybe you can PM DomWells (https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/domw) and ask him if "siloing' would be a way to do that.

John

Thanks a lot, I wish you well

Putting aside the aspect of 'duplicate content', which someone else with the know how needs to answer, I see a simple solution.

I assume your articles are POSTS and not Pages; you can create categories and assign the posts accordingly. The translated post then gets assigned to the same category and English reading visitors click on the English title to read your posts.\

John

I have seen a you tube video by a specialist who said you can create two sections or more for different languages under your domain. All that with the purpose of customizing your translations, which is not duplicate content to the Google bots's eyes.
I just wonder how one can put that in place?

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How can I organize my site to show content in 2 languages?

How can I organize my site to show content in 2 languages?

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Everything Wordpress

47% of my audience speak English according to GA, and I would like to offer them a professional translation of the pages, How am I supposed to do that with out adding any plugin

has been sorted?

Not sure how to answer that

Its OK. Thanks

Looks like Loes has you covered. Good Luck with your website

Thanks so much

Thank you everybody. It seems I found the answer here http://lamaleva.com/. Now I will how I bulid this

I have one website with the Google language translator plugin http://kleurboekjes.siterubix.com, and I have 2 almost equal websites which I translate myself into Dutch, which appears to be a LOT of work, so my Dutch website doesnot have the amount of content as the English one yet.
http://workathomefuture.com and eigensitemaken.siterubix.com

I understand what you mean, and appreciate your response so much, Nevertheless I will keep on searching

You can have a page in english and a page in another language.
In a summary page you enter a summary paragraph in English and a summary paragraph in the second language. Add a read more link after each summary paragraph. When a reader clicks "read more" they will be taken to the appropriate page.

I'm sure their are other ways, but this seems to be a simple approach.

Ok, thanks, I will try that, I wish you much well

Loes uses Google translations on her website. You can send her a PM to ask how she does it. ~Marion

I also use Google trans, but it is not the same as a human translation. If you make your trans you are making a new post or page.

Maybe you can PM DomWells (https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/domw) and ask him if "siloing' would be a way to do that.

John

Thanks a lot, I wish you well

Putting aside the aspect of 'duplicate content', which someone else with the know how needs to answer, I see a simple solution.

I assume your articles are POSTS and not Pages; you can create categories and assign the posts accordingly. The translated post then gets assigned to the same category and English reading visitors click on the English title to read your posts.\

John

I have seen a you tube video by a specialist who said you can create two sections or more for different languages under your domain. All that with the purpose of customizing your translations, which is not duplicate content to the Google bots's eyes.
I just wonder how one can put that in place?

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Search Engine Optimization

Hey I am so thrilled I found your blog page, I really found
you by mistake, while I was looking on Askjeeve for something
else, Anyways I am here now and would just like t

Hi Alexisnilo, Thanks for the following and right back at you.

Thank you, it's a pleasure to meet you.

Definitely spam and the easiest way to tell is to take a look at the website that they include in the section that allows them to enter one. If it is a spammy, irrelevant, generic site selling something, it's always spam. I get these all the time. This one is written a little better than most, but either way, I would nix it. You will see many more like that come in over time. It's annoying, but it is usually picked up by askimet. All the best!

Thanks so much for the experience. All the best to you, too.

The spam it sounds irrelevant to what your page is about

Yes it does, thanks

Regards to that, may I share mine too? Honestly to say, my websites are only about a month and I DON'T expect any comments. I do get comments similar to yours. Didn't really bother me much, there will an end to that commenter. Mine, there were one person michael pros sharing different links on each of his comment. Lately, no more of his. Recently, there are two comments from Indonesia Hosting, don't know if those were spam, doesn't matter..... I didn't approve the comments, just had it filed as is.
Thank alexisnilo for asking this question. I can relate to it
GPeN87Bridal

It's spam. But legit comments will come, the more your site is SEO'd and established with lots of traffic

Agreeing with you totally. Very thanks for your comment:)

Thank you so much.

Ok, thanks for the feedback

Thanks, so much for th reply.

you're welcome

That happens frequently. Thanks so much for the feedback

You can include that in the weird file.

I agree with you

It's spam. the content is way too generic, no specific relevance to your post's content. trash it.

So I did, thanks.

Good, thanks.

When in doubt leave it out is my philosophy on line

It's spam. Notice that there's nothing specific about *your* blog. It's nothing more than generic boilerplate junk that could be said about any blog anywhere. You should just delete it.

[added]
If you do a quoted text search for the words:

"Anyways I am here now and would just like to say cheers for a fantastic post"

you'll find over 1.7 million exact matches for that wording.

But does it do any harm to leave it there?

It serves no purpose and clutters up the blog with nonsense. People who see so many of these garbage comments can easily think that the blog owner just doesn't care about his audience.

[added]
Another thing -- Once spammers discover a blog that will leave their junk comments posted, the original spammer and other spammers will be back and will continue to post their junk.

Hi, My general rule is : If they say nothing specific about my site/ or the page or post I am writing about , or even the subject, or what my site is about, ... its probably spam. I delete these immediately. This sounds like a general spam message to me. Hope this helps :-)

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Is this comment really good?

Is this comment really good?

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Hey I am so thrilled I found your blog page, I really found
you by mistake, while I was looking on Askjeeve for something
else, Anyways I am here now and would just like t