Website Marketing - Step 1  

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created by gbeaty 2009-07-19 09:47:01 am

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Step 1 is to investigate is there is a market for a potential website prior to thinking about producing it. If there is no market the time is better spent on more profitable activities.

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submitted by Impact Productions 2009-07-19 09:50:11 am    

 



Always check your competition when doing your keyword research, look for long tail keywords (at least 3) with at least 2000 searches a month and less than 200,000 competing pages and you will rank for these pretty quickly, then grow from there.

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submitted by imscamp 2009-07-19 02:52:56 pm    


Step 1 in getting your website on page one of the search engines. Include a relevant title tag on each page of your website. Not your company name. You need the keyword phrase, less than 70 characters, that searchers are type in the search bar.

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submitted by gbeaty 2009-07-19 09:47:01 am    


Step 1: Identify a market that is hungry for a product or information and that has a demographic of buyers. Sure pokemon is a popular niche, but most 10 year olds don't have credit cards to buy. Desire + Money to spend = profitable niche.

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submitted by duderinow 2009-07-19 02:36:35 pm    


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submitted by cursebuster 2009-07-19 11:12:56 am    

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