Posts by Chuckholmes 24
Every blogger and webmaster wants more inbound links. This helps them improve SEO and traffic. But, how do you do it? What is the key to success? Listed below are 10 secrets to get more inbound links. I have used all of these tips myself and they have helped me a lot. # 1 Have a Game-PlanYou should have a written plan for every aspect of your business, including your link building strategy. Know exactly what you need to do each day, week and month to grow your inbound links. Be deliberate and d
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Today, I want to share 10 simple things you can do to improve your website. These are simple lessons I have learned during the past ten years. They are listed in no particular order. 1. Fine Tune Your About Me PageThis is the most important page on your website. Make it EPIC. Put a lot of time and thought into this. Add photos, videos, your phone number, ways to contact you, your favorite affiliate products, etc. Link to your most important pages from this page. 2. Create a Money PageSome peopl
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Wanna know a secret? I'm going to share a little secret with you today on how to get more website traffic for FREE! That's right, FREE. It just takes a little bit of work.Here's what you do. Step # 1: Write a Blog PostCreate a great post and publish it to your blog. Put some thought into it. Make it high quality and unique. Spell check everything. Pretty simple. Step # 2: Create a Power Point SlideTake the key points from the blog post and make a Power Point Presentation. In the presentation, h
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How do you leverage Facebook to get more traffic to your website? What has worked well for you this past year?I run two groups myself. I am the ADMIN. I share some of my blog posts in those groups, along with memes, quotes and random tips. I also post Facebook lives for my group several times per month.I don't do anything else on Facebook to promote my website. Maybe I'm missing the secret sauce? What has worked for you?
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February 06, 2019
Every website is worth MONEY. How much money? That depends lots of factors.Lots of bloggers just shut down their website when they get sick and tired of it. That is a huge mistake, as I see it. Even if your blog only gets a small amount of traffic eah month, and generates a tiny bit of money, it is worth something to someone else. It might be a few hundred dollars, it might be a few thousand dollars.Just keep that in mind before you just "throw away" all of your hard work and close down your we
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Most people spend all their time writing new content, but very little time promoting it. That's one of the primary reasons their website struggles to gain traction.I have found from personal experience, for every hour I spend writing content I should spend FOUR HOURS promoting that content. That has worked very well for me.What I would like to know from you today is what do you do each day to promote your website?What is your list of daily tasks? Do you make YouTube videos, leave blog comments,
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Another survey question, just to hear from everyone. How many total pages do you have published on your website, when you include pages and posts?My network marketing and military blog are each about 1,500 pages and my new WA blog is sitting right around 20 pages so far. Leave a comment below and share your thoughts. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Here's today's question.Do you still have Google Adsense on your website? Why or why not?I stopped using Google Adsense last year (after using them around 7 years). The major reasons I did that was the low cost per click AND because the ads really slowed down my website's load time.Plus, I came to the conclusion that the last thing I want my visitor's to do is click on an ad and LEAVE my website. We work so hard to get people TO our website, why encourage them to leave it?Now, I just focus on a
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Hello friends! Today, my question is this: "What is your daily routine for building your website?" Tell us how much time you spend on your website, on average, each day, and what activities you do during that time. I look forward to hearing everyone's response. I spend about 6-8 hours on my websites each day, on average. Here is my breakdown of time.2 hours on creating new content1-2 hour on revising old content1-2 hours on marketing my website1 hour brainstorming new topics, masterminding and
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Here's my question for the day. What percentage of your website traffic comes from the search engines, to include Google, Bing, Yahoo, AOL, etc.?Currently, about 85% of my traffic for my two other big websites comes from the search engines. Just curious to see how others are doing. Leave a comment below and let me know your experience. If you don't know where to look, you can find the information in your Google Analytics account.
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