I'm aware that we want to write mostly about the positive aspects of online marketing in our blogs. However, I need to vent a bit. My website, www.poocharama.com is now over 1 year old. I have 70 posts full of good, useful information and over 100,000 words. In addition, I have 300 comments.Not one speck of traffic. No post is anywhere to be found in the first 2 or 3 pages of Google. For that matter, not even in the first 10 pages.I must be doing something wrong.Has anyone experienced this? I h
Holly Cow! Did I have a pleasant surprise today! I currently have 57 posts on my site and I just found out 15 of them are ranked on pages 1 or 2 of Google! 12 of them are on page 1 2 of those are #1 on page 1I guess all my writing is paying off (I just passed 100,000 words).
Hi Everybody: Chris here - www.poocharama.com. During the past 7 months, I have written around 47 posts and 60,000 words on this site. About a month ago, I decided to change course a bit and spend my time finding out all I could about SEO. Here’s what I’ve found. First, I’m in a niche that has way too many big authority sites. I have also found that these sites rank high for just about every keyword imaginable. So, how can I possibly compete with this? What I conclude i
I don't really know if it's significant but after 8 months at WA I've broken the 1,000 mark in ranking - now at 879!Maybe it's because I write a lot of content or my tenacity. I put a significant amount of work into this and it looks like the ranking system likes that.Thanks!
Hey there WA Community:I have been a WA member approximately 4 months. I have two websites going - www.seniorjobseeker.com and www.poocharama.comI thus far have written 32 posts with a total of around 36,000 words. So many things to learn and so many things to do! I have to say that it can be a bit overwhelming at times. On the other hand it is quite rewarding for me to recognize my own progress. When I started this, I knew absolutely nothing about online marketing. Zilch. Nada. But now I know
I have reached a milestone even though I am not exactly sure of its significance. I finally broke the 10,000 rank mark (except for that time a few weeks ago when I was ranked at around 5,000 for a few hours).
Hi There WA Community:I have been with WA for around 3 months.One of my current tasks is to document my progress. So here it is:I am about half way through Phase 3 in Affiliate Bootcamp and about half way through the certification. I think as far is training is going, I am moving relatively slow. However, as far as conent is concerned, I am probably moving relatively fast. I have two websites going - seniorjobseeker.com and poocharama.com. Thus far, I have written in the 25,000 word range and a
Hi:I recently posted an article about age discrimination in the workplace on my website www.seniorjobseeker.comI know there are many older members of WA. I am 65.Have any of you ever encountered age discrimination?Any story would be appreciated as I believe it is effective to cite specific examples.Thank you!
Hello Everyone:I have been a member of WA for three months. Whenever I go to Site Content it says I have written more than 98% of all WA members. I would say I am writing an around 2 posts per week with an average word count of 1,100 in each.How about you? How much are you writing?I have a hard time believing that there are only 2% of WA members writing more than I.Thanks!