As we know that people involved in affiliate marketing are regularly looking for new methods to attract visitors, and one of the very most efficient way to improve visitor count on website/blog is through performing SEO onto it. From small business blogs to corporate websites, the world of SEO is loaded with affiliates looking to improve their earnings, reduce their regular work efforts, making a long-term promotion resource.
The error most affiliate marketers do within their SEO strategies is choosing inadequate offers to develop websites that simply aren't successful over time, SEO campaigns run by affiliates in many cases are let down by beginning errors or simply an unhealthy disturbance.
Tips below are for affiliate marketers who wish to generate 100% traffic from SEO in 2013. As a long-term visitors' source, it is hard to find anything better than genuine SEO-powered promotion. These pointers will help you determine whether SEO makes it worth while, create a great SEO strategy, and evaluate its profits successfully.
SEO Ways of avoid in 2013:
1. Blog and article spinning 2. Spam commenting on blogs 3. Duplicate websites 4. Hidden text and cloaking links 5. Keyword stuffing 6. Doorway pages or bridge pages
1. Tons Of Links Increases Traffic
Links that lead back to your site are extremely a useful tool and a fantastic way to direct traffic using their company websites to yours, but be wary of overdoing it and what your internet designer advises yourself on.
If links aimed at your website are found on other websites that aren't highly relevant to or connected to your website by any means, not only will the links be voided, you might also find your website being penalised or even suspended for manipulating link-building techniques.
2. Use As Many Keywords As possible
This was one of the most widely used tactics, back in the day when SEO techniques weren't as strictly regulated because they are now. The general understanding is when you use lots of keywords (relevant keywords) in your website, it's certain to arrive at a "high rank" out of all search engines.
Search engine parameters display websites based on the relevance of their content and the precise information the user is looking for. Stuffing keywords into the content won't not do anything, it might also get your site blacklisted for misuse of SEO techniques.
3. Content Doesn't Matter
If there's one myth that almost everyone ascribed to sooner or later or another, and suffered greatly for, it's that quality could be compromised for quantity (of keywords, links, back linking, etc). Ask any professional website designer and you'll learn that quality trumps quantity, even in generating on-line traffic.
What many people don't realise is that SEO techniques have to be utilized in combination with quality content for any real results. Google's current parameters are so strict the only way your site will receive a high search engine rank is if its content is found to be useful to anyone's query. You need to have content that's sharp, smart and useful if you would like your SEO to yield results.
4. SEO Is Obsolete
And lastly, the largest myth of all of them is the fact that SEO's dead and done. Not the case! Sure, with SEO becoming probably the most discussed practices on the web, we did see a bit of overkill in the last couple of years, as far as tries to manipulate SEO tricks are concerned.
Google and a lot of other industry leaders responded by adjusting parameters, tightening the on-line search system and which makes it harder for websites to trick the various search engines. This meant that lots of development tricks used by website design firms that had proved helpful so far became useless.
However, to say that SEO is totally obsolete and useless could be stretching it too much. SEO is as valid and useful as always; manipulating and misusing it just is hard anymore!