About the Expert
magistudios
28,716 followers

2007

Jay hosts weekly live video training events that are offered within the Premium membership at Wealthy Affiliate. Jay has vast experience in the Internet marketing world, from PPC, local marketing, content development, SEO, and website development (programming, wordpress, joomla, drupal). The weekly video training is an absolute necessity to skill development of online marketers and we are pleased to be able to offer this remarkable training solution.
Ultimate Traffic Training WAbinar
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Description
This live training is associated to the Online Entrepreneur Certification - Ultimate Traffic Training (Level 2) and is a great companion to your online business training.

Without traffic you do not have people on your site.
Without people, you have no business.


Learn how to build an unlimited amount of traffic to your website by following these easy to understand techniques.

Join Jay (magistudios) this Friday, November 2nd at 5pm (Pacific) where he will walk you through the following:
  • Understanding Traffic
  • Research Expansion Techniques
  • Knowing what Content Search Engines Want
  • Pages vs. Posts
  • How to Benefit From Articles
  • Popular Sites for Getting Rankings
  • Speeding Up Your Ranking
  • Scaling Your Traffic
Regardless of your experience, it is recommended you attend this live training as there may be a small piece of info you absorb that can make a huge difference if your success.
Discussion
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Melissa901
3 years ago

Very helpful thank you

Donro
3 years ago

Very informative. Thanks for the new ideas.

FutureGuru
3 years ago

At around the 31:40 minute mark, he says 400 words per keyword is ideal. I assume he means at least 400 words? Maybe my assumption is wrong but it doesn't make sense that the optimum length for an article is 400 words and more than that will be bad for the article's rank. It makes sense that having too few words is bad but how can having 1000 or a few thousand words be worse than 400? Does Google punish us for writing too much?

MeganW
3 years ago

I don't stick to a word limit. Some of my posts are short and quick - no more than 300-400. Some are longer than 1000 words. I just go with how I'm feeling about the post. I then ensure when it is a much longer post to include lots of imagery. I don't think there is really any hard and fast rule.

BassetHub
4 years ago

What about scaling our traffic ?

littlemama
4 years ago

Affiliate Bootcamp Course 6 & 7 talks about PPC if you're interested in paid traffic.

PaulREvans57
4 years ago

Brilliantly explained Jay. Thanks very much for a valuable video.