I think in about 20 seconds you’re going to agree with what I’m about to say about Traffic.
It’s about the traffic question you’re probably asking. I’m going to suggest a different one.
The survey that so many of my readers answered was very revealing. The question was “How can I get traffic to my site?”
And because so much traffic comes from search engines, the question for you became “How can I get ranked High on Google?”
I’m curious…how much would it change your business if your website showed up in one of the top 10 listings on Google for your best, most competitive keyword?
Would it increase sales by 10 times? A Hundred?
That’s a good question, and it would change EVERYTHING for you about your business, wouldn’t it, to be listed on page 1 of Google’s results?
Well, here’s the BETTER QUESTION.
“How many of the top 100 search results do you want to have?”
That’s the question that our Web2 faculty member asks his own students. And get this…answers like “50 or 60” are not uncommon.
That’s right. He teaches people how to claim half or more of the top search engine results for the keywords that they want.
Web2 technologies are pretty interesting that way, so let me explain how this works.
Remember that all of Search Engine Optimization can be broken down into two parts:
1) Make it REALLY clear to the search engines what your site is about, and
2) Get links pointing to your site from other relevant pages on the web. The more relevant and important, the better.
In the Web1.0 days, the way to get inbound links was to write to other website owners and ask them to link to you, and you’d link back to them in return.
But as you now know, reciprocal links aren’t as good as one-way links.
Now, in the Web2.0 world, you can go to OTHER people’s websites, create an account, then create a page all about your topic. Free. And NOW.
And WITHOUT permission.
And the result is that your new page there will be seen by Google probably within the hour, and certainly within the day. If that page has links to your site, and to other sites on your topic, then you’ve now got pages that are important, at least in Google’s eyes.
And as you also know, links from important pages on your topic are worth their weight in gold.
And that’s how you rank high in search engines using Web2.0 sites.
There are a few details — details that your Expert Web2.0 Faculty knows all about — but that’s enough for you to go log into Squidoo.com right now to create a page (which Squidoo calls a Lens) on your topic.
He’ll also give you a list of the top Web2.0 sites for you to spend your time on.
Plus we’ll show you EXACTLY how to create a page, how to title the page, what content to put on the page, and more linking strategies so that your Web2.0 pages — and your main Selling or Blog site — get ranked as often as you need for the keywords you care about.
Then get on the Priority List for my new Traffic System.
To Your Success,
P.S. Oh, and by the way, you don’t really NEED 50 or 60 listings on Google for your keywords, do you? I know you’d settle for just one in the top 10, and you’d be thrilled with a few more than that.
Well, during the the Web2 session, we’re going to cover exactly how to get your first Web2.0 page put up, and give you all the information you need to do your second one, and your third, and so on.
Our goal is to make you self-sufficient. We think we can do it by helping you get your first one done.
If you think we can do it, too, then get on the priority list now.