How to Supercharge Your Contributions and SEO Rankings

Last Update: January 22, 2016

Hello folks,

I thought I'd go ahead and create a blog with a few tips for success. I have received several variations of the following questions over that last few days, which led me to thinking it would be a good idea to outline a few strategies that will inevitably boost your contributions in the WA community and SEO rankings:

"Do you have any suggestions on what I can do to attract more visitors to my site and get them to may a purchase ?"

First of all I would suggest that you post pages from your website to the 'comment share posts' or 'review share posts' that Kyle has created if you haven't done so already.

You can locate these by using the search bar at the top of the page. Look at others' websites for inspiration and request feedback in return for the comments you leave on their sites.

Don't post links to your website elsewhere in the WA community or it may be interpreted as spam.

I think having a good following of members on WA and striving to be active in the community allows people to gain respect for you; in turn you will find a lot of people following you and visiting your website. And the more visits to your website, the better your rankings on the search engines will be :)

Also share on social media if you have accounts, and make sure you have social media links within your website.

TIPS ON SEO:

Try to come up with an original and relevant domain name for your website that has a low QSR score;

Build out your website: always be adding content to it and improving existing posts and blogs;

Embed as much detail as possible into your posts and pages, striving for around 500 - 1, 500 words per page (short pages don't seem to get ranked as well);

Make your content interesting and diversified;

Ensure that your written content contains mostly internal links leading to your reviews; reduce the number of external links so that your website doesn't look like a spam field;

Check website health frequently to ensure you have the highest possible scores out of 100 and strive to improve in all areas;

Request general feedback on a frequent basis for your website;

Use Jaaxy frequently for fast and accurate keyword research;

Use the Google Fetch Tool to fast-track the process of getting ranked.



Hope this helps, talk to you soon! :)
Mac

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AlexEvans Premium
Some really good advice and tips Mac, thanks for sharing.
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Mac01 Premium
Good to hear, Evan. That's my pleasure.
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jdlovel Premium
By the way you are really photogenic
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jdlovel Premium
Always enjoy your posts Mac Thanks
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Mac01 Premium
Thanks mate, good to hear. Like the parrot by the way!
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jdlovel Premium
what parrot?
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BooBish Premium
I've been wondering, actually, if the domain name works like a keyword also. For instance, my domain name is "can I change my destiny" (canIchangemydestiny.com), so if someone were to type those exact words into Google, would they automatically get to my page (provided that my website is ranked with plenty of content)?
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Mac01 Premium
Sure they would! Of course you would want to include this name elsewhere e.g. in the title and headings of some of your pages, and in the keywords section on WP editor. I'll attach an article that has a few tips. Cheers
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Mac01 Premium
I'm still looking for the link but can't seem to locate it... it was one of Paulgoodwin's posts - that man's a genius!

I also heard from a SEO expert that having a keyword embedded in the domain name USED to be essential but isn't anymore... of course it's a good bonus though. Having good keywords within your content is more important.

Paul's article stated that Search engines ideally like a keyword in the domain name, the title, and the first paragraph along with several other useful tips.

For example my website is called legitwaystoearnmoneyonline . com.
My homepage is titled 'Welcome to Legit Ways to Earn Money Online!' and my first paragraph also includes this keyword pharse.

Cheers!
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paulgoodwin Premium
Hi Mac - just go to my profile page and look at the last 4 blogs
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Mac01 Premium
Cheers Paul!
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paulgoodwin Premium
you are welcome and thanks for your words!!!
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BooBish Premium
It sounds like you could repeat a keyword in domain by simply saying "welcome" on the homepage then? So in terms of my website, I could say "Welcome to Can I Change My Destiny"? And it doesn't even seem gimmicky;.
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paulgoodwin Premium
That is exactly what I did but get different ideas and always try different things but for you welcome is brilliant!!!
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Mac01 Premium
Absolutely, I do this all the time... nothing worse than keywords that don't fit in properly, but a welcome title works very well and captivates the reader's interest!
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BooBish Premium
Okay, I don't have any content going yet. But I take screenshots of tips to use when needed. I'll take a screenshot of this. Thanks.
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paulgoodwin Premium
love it
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Mac01 Premium
Paul also mentioned the importance of 'Alt Tags' when embedding images.... I still can't find that blog though!
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BooBish Premium
How did you create the separate "Welcome To Legit Ways..." in bold lettering that looks like a headline but separate from any content? I just looked at your site and you basically said welcome twice, with a separate bold-lettered headline and then below that in the first paragraph of content.
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paulgoodwin Premium
stand by I wil send
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Mac01 Premium
As always, please leave any questions or comments in this discussion and I'll get back to you asap :)
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