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Dear Friends, As from October 23 I will no longer be a member of WA. I wish you all the best of luck. Emilie

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research
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Hello. I need some suggestions. I went on the questions bar first so here I am with my question. My website is on books review so my keywords are the book title and author's nam

I could see the problem but not the answer. Will be watching this to see some of the answers you receive

Like booklover2 and kyle say, I have been using low hanging fruit, using titles and authors and doing a page on each genre and linking to/from posts. We will see how this goes.

Thanks Helen. I'm going to look at your site to see what you mean.

Isn't it grand when the owners show up to help out! :)

I know, right?

:)

Your website is easy to follow and has very interesting content. I am a book lover but since joining WA I am grabbing time to read at night but end up falling asleep. I love all kinds of genre

Thank you Rich.

Love the site and left you a comment

Thank you Gary.

These types of keywords are completely fine, it comes down to the competition of the keywords. People tend to look for book "reviews" when they are doing their research as to whether or not they want to buy it, so you might want to target the review-type keywords quite often.

Here is some help on how to come up with low competition and the "low hanging fruit" type keywords.

Thank you, Kyle. I feel better now. I appreciate your feedback. I'm going to check the low hanging fruit training.

will research this.

Thanks my site is http://abookaddict.com/

Sooo many books and info, and not enough time.

Can you speed read?

I nee to come hang out with you.
My android kindle app could use some additions. Send me some scientific stuff.

I've had better luck putting them in their genres, like mystery, romance, paranormal or say historical fiction, classical, etc.

Thank you for answering. So do you mean that when you do a review you don't start with the title of the book?
I'm editing this comment because I went to look at your site. You have a store so this is why you start with the genre.
Have a look at mine and tell me what you think.
http://abookaddict.com/

check out my blog page and you'll see what I mean http://fictionbooks4u.com/blog and I'll go look at yours now

you're on the right track, but you have to give your readers a reason to click your link, pique their curiosity with a title they'll want to explore, or something to grab their attention

I was able to do that with the Stephen King book 11.22.63, but I'm scratching my head with the others ;-) Thank you for your feedback. I love your site and left you a comment. I saw what you mean on the author of the month

it might help you to look at the headlines like at yahoo news and then rearrange them to suit your needs

Good idea :-)

Looks like Mark has you covered. Good luck with your website

Do you have any ideas for me Larry?

My only suggestions you have probably tried. Such as category keywords (Horror, Mystery, Fiction, Non Fiction, Auto Biography ....etc"

No, I have the categories listed as new releases and older books. I probably should think about creating subcategories. Thank you for your feedback.

No problem. Hope it helps

Hi Emilie,

If you do type in an author/book title, the top results will almost certainly be amazon, smashwords, goodreads, kobo and so on - so the competition would be high.

My better half runs a book review site - but to be honest, for that particular site we don't concentrate on keywords or SEO at all really.

She's built up a a really good network of authors and publishers etc on FB, and gets interaction through running blog takeovers etc.

I'm not saying that you shouldn't do SEO for your site - but there are loads of FB groups you can join to get authors and readers to your site.

I hope that helps?

All the best, Mark

Thanks for the good advice. I will do that once I've got more content on my site.

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Site is book reviews. keywords are book titles. not good?

Site is book reviews. keywords are book titles. not good?

asked in
Keyword, Niche and Market Research
Updated

Hello. I need some suggestions. I went on the questions bar first so here I am with my question. My website is on books review so my keywords are the book title and author's nam

I could see the problem but not the answer. Will be watching this to see some of the answers you receive

Like booklover2 and kyle say, I have been using low hanging fruit, using titles and authors and doing a page on each genre and linking to/from posts. We will see how this goes.

Thanks Helen. I'm going to look at your site to see what you mean.

Isn't it grand when the owners show up to help out! :)

I know, right?

:)

Your website is easy to follow and has very interesting content. I am a book lover but since joining WA I am grabbing time to read at night but end up falling asleep. I love all kinds of genre

Thank you Rich.

Love the site and left you a comment

Thank you Gary.

These types of keywords are completely fine, it comes down to the competition of the keywords. People tend to look for book "reviews" when they are doing their research as to whether or not they want to buy it, so you might want to target the review-type keywords quite often.

Here is some help on how to come up with low competition and the "low hanging fruit" type keywords.

Thank you, Kyle. I feel better now. I appreciate your feedback. I'm going to check the low hanging fruit training.

will research this.

Thanks my site is http://abookaddict.com/

Sooo many books and info, and not enough time.

Can you speed read?

I nee to come hang out with you.
My android kindle app could use some additions. Send me some scientific stuff.

I've had better luck putting them in their genres, like mystery, romance, paranormal or say historical fiction, classical, etc.

Thank you for answering. So do you mean that when you do a review you don't start with the title of the book?
I'm editing this comment because I went to look at your site. You have a store so this is why you start with the genre.
Have a look at mine and tell me what you think.
http://abookaddict.com/

check out my blog page and you'll see what I mean http://fictionbooks4u.com/blog and I'll go look at yours now

you're on the right track, but you have to give your readers a reason to click your link, pique their curiosity with a title they'll want to explore, or something to grab their attention

I was able to do that with the Stephen King book 11.22.63, but I'm scratching my head with the others ;-) Thank you for your feedback. I love your site and left you a comment. I saw what you mean on the author of the month

it might help you to look at the headlines like at yahoo news and then rearrange them to suit your needs

Good idea :-)

Looks like Mark has you covered. Good luck with your website

Do you have any ideas for me Larry?

My only suggestions you have probably tried. Such as category keywords (Horror, Mystery, Fiction, Non Fiction, Auto Biography ....etc"

No, I have the categories listed as new releases and older books. I probably should think about creating subcategories. Thank you for your feedback.

No problem. Hope it helps

Hi Emilie,

If you do type in an author/book title, the top results will almost certainly be amazon, smashwords, goodreads, kobo and so on - so the competition would be high.

My better half runs a book review site - but to be honest, for that particular site we don't concentrate on keywords or SEO at all really.

She's built up a a really good network of authors and publishers etc on FB, and gets interaction through running blog takeovers etc.

I'm not saying that you shouldn't do SEO for your site - but there are loads of FB groups you can join to get authors and readers to your site.

I hope that helps?

All the best, Mark

Thanks for the good advice. I will do that once I've got more content on my site.

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Everything Wordpress
Updated

I went on my site while logged and noticed the following box

Teacup that is good to know. Thanks

Hi Emilie,
It seems as if you have been given the solution.
Hope it worked out fine for you.
Cheers.
-Theuns

Thank you.

Looks like Shawn is giving you the right advice, good luck with your website

Thank you.

..then again,did you check with the plug-ins that produces that RSS thingy?

Thank you for answering but it's fixed now.

can you do a print screen, "prt scr" on keyboard.. of what you see?
I am trying to figure what is going on with you.

The best Support on the Internet today. Is WA awesome oh what? Glad you got it fix Indiem.

The reason that these links took you inside is because you were logged in. If you were logged out it would have brought up your login page. I prefer to remove the meta from my sites. You can do that by going into the widget area where they are and moving the box to the inactive area. Take care.

Thank you for answering. I wasn't logged in. Catherine gave me the solution though so it's all fixed.

Is this the same reason why I am getting emails from Wordpress notifying me of new registered users? I still cant understand why and how this is happening and whether its a good thing or not.

It is not good. Go into settings, general and uncheck where it says anyone can register.

Hi there.
Remove it

Thank you for answering Shawn. Great tutorial. Catherine had already helped me with the same info so I had solved the problem.

Remove the widget by going to the widget area and pulling the login box out of the widget

It is work come back and ask again

Thank you. I'm going to do it now.

Thank you Catherine it's fixed. You are going in my Gratitude Journal :-)

The very fact that you would even think that put your mind first thing in the morning

Well I already put it in :-). I didn't wait for the morning :-)

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Problem with my website. help please?

Problem with my website. help please?

asked in
Everything Wordpress
Updated

I went on my site while logged and noticed the following box

Teacup that is good to know. Thanks

Hi Emilie,
It seems as if you have been given the solution.
Hope it worked out fine for you.
Cheers.
-Theuns

Thank you.

Looks like Shawn is giving you the right advice, good luck with your website

Thank you.

..then again,did you check with the plug-ins that produces that RSS thingy?

Thank you for answering but it's fixed now.

can you do a print screen, "prt scr" on keyboard.. of what you see?
I am trying to figure what is going on with you.

The best Support on the Internet today. Is WA awesome oh what? Glad you got it fix Indiem.

The reason that these links took you inside is because you were logged in. If you were logged out it would have brought up your login page. I prefer to remove the meta from my sites. You can do that by going into the widget area where they are and moving the box to the inactive area. Take care.

Thank you for answering. I wasn't logged in. Catherine gave me the solution though so it's all fixed.

Is this the same reason why I am getting emails from Wordpress notifying me of new registered users? I still cant understand why and how this is happening and whether its a good thing or not.

It is not good. Go into settings, general and uncheck where it says anyone can register.

Hi there.
Remove it

Thank you for answering Shawn. Great tutorial. Catherine had already helped me with the same info so I had solved the problem.

Remove the widget by going to the widget area and pulling the login box out of the widget

It is work come back and ask again

Thank you. I'm going to do it now.

Thank you Catherine it's fixed. You are going in my Gratitude Journal :-)

The very fact that you would even think that put your mind first thing in the morning

Well I already put it in :-). I didn't wait for the morning :-)

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Everything Wordpress
Updated

My site is about

Hi Emile,
Thank you for the question.You opened up some good dialog

You are welcome. i'm glad it was helpful.

Leo to the rescue again!. Have bookmarked this answer for ref. Glyn

Leo has you covered! Its amazing to me how people do not think about Youtube?

I was gonna ask pretty well the exact same question but figured i'd do a search first..... and look what i found :) thanks for asking it first.

Good question, great support to the rescue,, learning something new each day.

Looks like the good folks from WA have you covered

Tagged and thanks for asking this question.

You are welcome. I'm glad the answers helped you as well.

was wondering the same thing. thanks!

Emilie, I use the plugin Convert Post Types, it's very simple.

Categories: Also simple.

Posts>Categories

Create a category: Reviews

Then go to Appearance > Widgets

Drag the Category widget on to your sidebar and place where you want it. There are 3 choices what to display, you will see what they are

Posts in edit mode shows on the right side the Categories you created. Check the appropriate box for the post

View your website and then you see the the Category Reviews
If you want to show the number of posts in each category, check that box in the widget.

Check out my set up

http://factsaboutinternetmarketing.com/
John

Thank you John. I will look at your site.

clear instructions. thank you!

You have a very nice site John. So your home page is a blogroll. I saw what you meant about categories and all the posts. You also have 3 static pages besides the About Me page. So you don't change the content on those?