How to rank on google & get 100% organic traffic A-Z

We believe this is complete post on A to Z of ranking on Google with targeted keywords, getting Onpage SEO done, backlinks finally getting 100% organic traffic.

Only following the steps shown in this blog post should be enough for anyone.

Keyword Research

It’s no secret that keyword research is the most important part of any SEO campaign.

How can you find high volume,  profitable keywords that your competition doesn’t know about. Without needing weeks of research or expensive keyword research software!

Most people start off their keyword research process, they fire up the Google keyword planner. But, believe it or not, the Google keyword planner is one of the last places you want to look for awesome keyword ideas for your business.

The reason I say that is because there’s two huge problems with the Google keyword planner. The first one is that it tends to give you very close variations of the keyword that you put into it. So, for example, if you put the keyword ‘weight loss’ into the planner, it spits out really close variation like ‘weight loss tips’ and ‘weight loss strategies’.

Google keyword tool

Google keyword tool

It doesnt give you intelligent related keywords like ‘nutrition’ or ‘exercise’ or things like that. The other problem is that it tends to give the same exact keywords to everybody, including your competition. So, in order to find keywords that are profitable and your competition doesn’t know about, you need to step outside of the Google keyword planner and use one of the five strategies that I’m going to outline for you.

Check our blog post for profitable keywords without any paid tools

Forums

I admit forums are a little bit old school, but where else can you find a place where your target audience hangs out and has discussions 24/7? So, in order to use forums you want to head over to a forum and look at threads that people have started. Usually when someone starts a thread in a forum, it means that they don’t know the answer to the question, or they’re having a problem that they can’t find a solution to online.  These are the same types of words and phrases that they use when they head over to Google and use Google search.

So, they’re great keywords for you to put into the Google keyword planner to drill down specifics like monthly search volume and cost-per-click.

Wikipedia

Next up we have Wikipedia, one of the most underutilized keyword research resources online.

Keyword research with Wikipedia

Keyword research with Wikipedia

Where else can you find topics that are curated by thousands of experts and organized into neat little categories. To use Wikipedia for keyword research, just head over to Wikipedia and enter a broad keyword related to your name. For example, let’s say that you’re a personal trainer, head over to Wikipedia and put in a broad keyword like ‘fitness’. When you look at that Wikipedia entry, take a look at the contents on that page.

Each of the contents are basically see keywords that you can put into the Google keyword planner to see the search volume and also to generate new keyword ideas.

Google

The next strategy is a little bit weird, it’s a way to use Google to find keyword ideas without using the Google keyword planner.

Google keyword suggestions

Google keyword suggestions

So, there’s this little area at the bottom of Google search results that you may not have even noticed, and it’s one of the best places to find new keyword ideas. It’s called “searches related to”. And “searches related to” is basically Google’s way of showing you thematically-related keywords to the keyword that you put in. So, to use “searches related to”, just enter a keyword related to your name- again, if you’re a personal trainer you could put something like ‘fitness’, scroll down to the bottom of the page and look at searches related to.

A lot of times, these are keywords that the Google keyword planner will never show you. Sometimes they’re close variations to the keyword put in there, but a lot of times, they’re more like keywords that are related but are something that’s a little but tangentially related, so it’s something that the Google keyword planner would never ever show you.

Amazon

Amazon is one of my all-time favorite keyword research websites. So you’re probably wondering how do you use Amazon for keyword research. Well, just head over to Amazon, enter a keyword in the book section, and find a popular book in your niche. Then click on “look inside”. And this will show you the table of contents of that book. It’s basically each chapter within the table of contents are great keyword ideas in and of themselves, and they’re also great SEO keywords that you can put into the Google keyword planner to find some close variations.

Quora

When you search for a keyword in Quora, it shows you the most popular questions. Which basically means things that people are interested in; in other words, keywords that people search for in Google. So, just head over to Quora.com and put in a keyword related to your niche, and you can find questions and answers. You actually want to look at the questions, find keywords that come up again and again, put those into the Google keyword planner.  You can also read the threads themselves to see if there are any followup questions, which are also potentially really great keyword ideas.

Onpage & Content Optimization

These are the same techniques that we have used to rank in Google for keywords like backlinks and SEO tools.

Technique number one,

which is to use super-short URLs. I recently teamed up with a handful of SEO software companies to conduct the largest ranking factor study ever.

In total we analyzed 1,000,000 Google search results and we discovered that short URLs tend to rank better than long URLs.

Fortunately, it’s super-easy to use short URLs on your site. Whenever you publish a new page, make the URL short and sweet.

For example.

In my guide about keyword research my URL is simply Ampleom.com/keyword-research.

Speaking of URLs, our next technique

is to include your target keyword in your URL.

Again, this is really simple and easy, but it can make a difference in your rankings. When you’re creating your URLs, just make sure to include your target keyword in that URL.

For example, in this post I’m targeting the keyword SEO tools. So, I made the URL short and I also included my target keyword in the URL.

You can check this post to know detail about OnPage URL & Title Optimization

our next technique,

which is to use LSI keywords.

LSI keywords are words and phrases that search engines use to understand what your content is all about.

For example.

Let’s say that you’re writing an article about the Simpsons. How weird would it be if your content didn’t include terms like “Homer”, “Springfield”, and “Mr. Burns”?

LSI keywords

LSI keywords

In the SEO world these closely related terms are called LSI keywords, and when you include these LSI keywords in your article, it helps Google understand

your content’s topic.

So, how do you know which LSI keywords to use?

A simple strategy that I use is to search for your target keyword in Google. Then scroll to the bottom where Google shows you the Searches related to section. The terms in bold here usually make great LSI keywords to sprinkle into your content.

our next tip,

is to publish long content.

Remember that ranking factor study that I mentioned earlier?

Well, we found something very interesting in that study, something that goes against conventional wisdom in the SEO and content marketing world, and that discovery was that longer content tends to outrank shorter content. In fact, we found the average result on Google’s first page was 1,890 words.

So, why does longer content work better?

For one, longer content tends to contain more of those LSI keywords that we talked about earlier. When you write long in-depth content, you naturally include more LSI keywords which makes Google happy.

Also, Google may have an inherent preference for longer content. Google wants to show their user the best result for a given keyword, and if your page provides someone with a comprehensive answer to what that person’s looking for, Google will want to rank you high up on the first page.

For example,

this post about SEO techniques is whopping 3,000 words, and that’s one of the reasons that it ranks in the top three for the keyword SEO techniques.

Okay, let’s dive right in with technique number five,

which is optimizing your title tag for click-through rate.

You probably already know that you should include your target keyword in your title tag. That’s on-page SEO 101. What you may not know is that you should also optimize your title tag for click-through rate.

Why? Because it’s a huge Google ranking factor right now.

In fact, a Google engineer recently gave a presentation where he confirmed that they use CTR as a ranking factor. In other words, if people search for a keyword and click on your result, it sends a strong message to Google that you’re a great result for that search and they’ll likely give you a rankings boost.

So, how can you optimize your title tag for CTR?

Here are two quick tips that work great.

First, include numbers in your title.

There’s a reason that your local magazine rack flashes numbers numbers on every single cover, and that’s because numbers grab attention.

In fact, a study by Conductor found that headlines with numbers get 36% more clicks than headlines without a number.

Another simple way to boost your CTR is to add brackets and parentheses to your title.

When HubSpot recently analyzed 3,000,000 headlines, they discovered that brackets and parentheses boosted CTR by an average of 38%.

We’re already on technique number six,

which is to use external links.

The guys at Reboot Online recently ran an interesting SEO study. They made up a new keyword that had zero search results in Google. Then they created 10 different websites that were optimized around that fake keyword. Five of the websites linked out to other websites and five of the websites had no external links.

What do you think happened?

The five sites that contained external links outranked 100% of the sites without external links. So, it’s clear that Google uses external links as an on-page ranking factor.

The question is: how can you use them on your site?

It’s simple.

Include two to five outbound links to authority resources in every single article.

For example, at our site we generously link out to resources that help our readers out, and these external links make a small but significant difference in my rankings.

Now that you tackled external links,

It’s time for me to show you how to use internal links.

This one is insanely easy. Whenever you publish a new piece of content, make sure to link back to two to five older pages on your site.

But not just any older pages, pages that you want to rank higher.

Now, this may sound like common sense, but I’m always surprise at the amount of people that add 15 internal links to random pages on their site. Sure any internal links are better than none at all, but if you want to get the maximum benefit from your internal links, you need to use them strategically, which means only using

two to five per page and linking only to pages that need a boost.

Our eighth tip is to maximize site speed.

Site speed is one of the few ranking factors that Google has publicly confirmed, and from my own testing I’ve found that a faster site gives you a slight edge.

So, how can you make your site load faster?

First invest in premium hosting.

When it comes to your web host you get what you pay for. Back in the day I’d use cheap $5 a month hosting plans and, needless to say, my site loaded slower than molasses.

Today I use premium hosts like WP Engine and SiteGround. They’re affordable and the boost in speed that these high-end hosts provide make it well worth the investment. We also recommend to try hosting like A2 Hosting, Hostgator or Bluehost. If you could can afford a bit more I would suggest premium hosting like Liquid Web.

The second way to improve your site speed is to use a CDN. CDNs deliver your sites content closer to where a user lives which makes your site load much faster.

With that it’s time for our last tip,

which is include multimedia in your content. You may notice that we use

a ton of screenshots, videos, and charts in our content. All this multimedia makes our content more valuable to the readers.

For example, if your page has a high bounce rate and a low time on site, Google will drop your rankings. On the other hand, if people stick to your content like Super Glue, they’ll want to show your content to more people.

And in my experience using lots of multimedia helps people stay on your site longer.

Backlinks

A quality backlink is a link from a trusted or popular website like magazines, newspapers, local directories, or government website pointing back to your website. If a popular website links to you it automatically makes you popular you are popular by association the more quality backlinks you have the more trustworthy you will look in the eyes of search engines.

Here are the Do’s and Dont’s of link building:

Do’s

That’s  what we want step number one submit your website to search engines like Google and Bing doing so will allow search engines to know that you exists

step number two submit your website to relevant local and Industry directories. More and more people are looking for services in their local areas the more you do that you will increase your visibility online get more leads and reviews.

Step number three spy on your competitors your competitors are ranking on the first page of Google for a reason we need to find what is working for them and do it better.

Go take your competitors’ URLs, put them in SEMrush.  Check who links to their most popular articles, go take their articles that are informational based.

Create infographics from them.  As you’re creating the infographic with those articles tips, of course you wanna cite them at the bottom of the infographic saying like hey, data and source proved by X, Y and Z site and you put your logo at the bottom.

What you’ll find is you can then head up each and every single of those websites that link to your competitors and ask them for a link. If you do this for all of your competitors’ most popular blog posts, you can do really well and generate a ton of back links and get more rankings

That page on your site that has that infographic, make sure you include a paragraph above it and a paragraph below it.

That is the way you have text on the page, that’s the way Google does rank it and want you want to do is you wanna make sure your infographics are as beautiful as possible.

If they’re ugly, no one’s going to embed it on their site. It has to be simple, the story has to be easy to follow along, it has to be more visual than text base.

As long as you follow that along, you will do well and generate links and start ranking really high and what you’ll notice is your infographic pages may not rank as high as you want, but your whole site will rank higher because you’ve just built up a ton of domain authority.

Step Four: Hire someone who will create great content for your site. Spy on your competitors. Contact authority site owners or managers within your niche who is looking for guest posts, sources, inforgraphics with introduction.

We will cover more on quality backlink building in our next posts. Please subscribe our email newsletter to make sure you don’t miss any post.

Dont’s

Warning don’t be fooled by services offering lots of backlinks for cheap these services might be trying to cheat the system and if you get caught you might be penalized. Specially don’t ever buy backlinks from Fiverr or SEOclerks.com or similar sites. Those links will hurt your site in big time.

Don’t buy Private Blog Network(PBN) backlinks anymore. Those links will destroy your site.

Here is a detail report on how PBN link will destroy your site.

Don’t follow several forums or YouTube video “how to get high PR, DA, PA backlinks” threads.

The days of using backlinking tool like scarpebox, SEnuke, GSA Search Engine  Ranker or similar tools are gone. Don’t hurt your valuable site. Trust me.

Increase Click Through Rate(CTR) to increase SEO ranking

Well here’s the exact three step process to turn things around.

Step one, find Adwords ads.

two, include words and phrases from Adwords ads in your title and description tag.

three,  get more clicks.

Let’s break down each step in detail.

First, you need to find Adwords ads for your target keyword or, for related keywords.

Why?

Adwords advertisers spend thousands of dollars on advertising for one main goal. To get clicks. That means that Adwords ads that you see are often the result of hundreds if not thousands of split tests. In other words, when you see an Adwords ad in Google, you know that it’s optimized to maximize clicks. In my case, I noticed that most of the Adwords ads for the keyword list building used the words “email list” or “email lists”.

I also noticed that these same Adwords ads used terms like build, grown and boost.

Once I got an idea of which words and phrases tended to show up in Adwords ads, I moved on to step number two. Which is to add these words and phrases to your title and description tag or meta description.

In my case, I made sure to add the term email list to my description tag. This was one phrase that almost all of the ads used. So. it made sense for me to use it too.

Next, based on the other ads that I saw, I made sure to include the word “build” in my description tag.

Once you’ve added these words and phrases to your title and description tag, you should find yourself with more clicks and more organic traffic from Google.

A little bonus tactic that you can use

To improve your click through rate. This technique works great if the Adwords ads that you found didn’t generate anything useful.

This tactic is using what are known as power words. It’s really simple.

All you need to do is add these words and phrases to your Google result. These words have been proven over and over again to attract clicks.

Why?

Because all these words and phrases emphasize fast results. The fact is when someone scans Google’s first page, they’re impatient.

They want to read the content that’s gonna help them right now. When you add these words to your title and description tag, you’ll be the result they wanna click on.

OnPage seo

Simple & Easy OnPage SEO steps that will work in 2019

Today we are going to prove that you are probably over complicating your onpage SEO. How you can simplified it in 2019.

I have no idea why but for some reason there’s this myth in the SEO community that you need to do like 50 different things and your on-page SEO to rank a site. Many people say like you need your schema and your optimize images and you need 10,000 words and you need 50 pages the ad that more content blah blah blah.

There’s so many myths going around what I want to break it down today. Just four things you need for on-page SEO and then I want to do what all those myth creators don’t do. I’m gonna break down the four things you need.

OnPage seo 2019

OnPage seo 2019

I’m going to show you a site that breaks all their rules that they say you need. That’s still ranking number one why because it follows the four rules of on-page SEO.

Let’s get right into these four magic rules for on-page SEO. They’re so simple that people probably aren’t gonna believe me. I’m going to show you a super ugly site that’s ranked and it just follows these four things. It doesn’t even follow them that well just it follows the main ones.

Let’s get into it number one is have your keyword in domain domain or URL. I can actually just say domain URL that’s rule number one get your keyword in your domain or your URL.

Now this is a totally a different topic but Exact Match Domains(EMD) still work very well.  Some people think they don’t but they have their place. You have to know when to use them.

https://www.ampleom.com/blog/profitable-niche-keywords/

It’s the most important ranking  factor for on-page SEO if you can’t get it in the domain get it in the inner URL. I’ll show you more examples of this once I show you the the live site the proof site. I’ll kind of break this down even further but that’s rule number one get the keyword in the domain or in the inner URL.

Number two is get your keywords in your title. I don’t know why people don’t put their keywords in their title but that’s the most important on-page rule.

Number three keywords in each tags alright and lastly put your keywords in your content. Now, this is where a lot of people mess up. They try to like find some magic formula for how what their keyword density should be for their content.

When it comes to putting keywords in your content you want to under do it. Just have it in there a couple times and it depends on how long your content is. You know if you of a thousand words put it in a few time. If you only have 100 words just put in once that’s it. If you only have 500 words put in once or twice. Under do it because content is the smallest on-page factor out of these four things.

This one is by far number one what least domain is and then URL if you haven’t an inter URL title those are pretty close. These three right here are take the majority of the on-page of these four rules. This takes up a little more than content but it’s nowhere near as big s these top two. As long as you get the top two right you should be fine.

So many people mess this up because they don’t realize how unimportant content is. They try to put like some magic keyword density in there when the fiest two points are way more important than this.

Just make sure you get your keywords in there you’re targeting at least once. You’ll be fine even if you have 2,000 words. Only have your keyword in there once that’s fine as long as you mix it in your H tags. If you just have it once in your content you’ll be fine.  You’ll rank as long as you get your linking right as well.

A site which breaks all On-page optimization rules but still ranks!!

onpage seo settings

Let’s go take a look at this example, this is a site that ranked with “Tennessee SEO”. It is the the top three spots. When we go to the site you will see that it breaks most of the on-page rules. Take a look at it and also notice the title still says 2016! I’m sure doesn’t help the click-through rate.

What do you notice when you go here this site is freaking ugly.  It is very ugly there’s only a few pages on it. This content if you read it it is not good. There is no schema, there’s no mep, no name address, phone number,  no contact information at all. So you know what people do they come to this site and they leave. The bounce rate should be extremely high because there’s nothing to do and the contents are horrible. Once people starts reading this content they’re like alright I’m out of here.  The site sucks, breaking every on-page rule. The webmaster even didn’t optimize the images.

So, as you can see from this site this been ranking number one for years now yet it breaks every on-page SEO for all of us out there.

So, how the site ranked in the top spots?

what do you notice about this site it has keywords in the two most important places. It has keyword in the domain which is number one by four and then it has it in the title, ok.

Then take a look at the H tags

seo h1 tags best practices

You don’t have to get perfect H tags, it’s more about the domain and title or inner URL and title as well.

Lastly the density of the keyword “Tennessee SEO” it looks like four times there.

So, as you can see how this site rank top spots for 2 years now with those four rules and the H tags and content didn’t even do that.

You want to make sure you get the first two right first and foremost and then the follow up. If you can get your keywords in your domain you have to know how to do competition and analyzing or how to gauge competition. You don’t just want to go out and get an EMD for everything because it’s not possible.

There are certain niches where they want Authority sites ranking. Although an EMD will help you the juice is not going to be worth the squeeze for you. If you go out getting indy try to rank for best hair products, that is going to be littered with super-high domain authority sites.  In order for the rank for that you need thousands of domains. It’s not worth having an exact match demand for a term like that.

Tennessee SEO is much different because it’s not littered by super high authority sites. So, this is the type of niche where you can use an exact match domain. Always make sure you gauge competition and know if it’s a type of niche that you can use an EMD for.

EMD’s always work they always give you the biggest on-page edge. Sometimes there’s some niches where you need to back it up with a lot of authority with your linking. It isn’t worth it for an EMD and it would be more worth it to create an authority site.

So, that’s when it comes down to for domain URL. Lot of times

When you’re working with clients and having keywords in domain even it’s not an EMD is huge for local because a lot of times local isn’t littered with high domain Authority sites. If you can’t get it in the domain you just have like this

Gregssite.com/tennessee-seo

If you’re already in the process of starting a site you just want to add a new keyword put it in the inner URL just like above.

Alright, next to the title. Sometimes I’ll repeat  domain keyword in the title then sometimes I’ll use an LSI version. If I have Tennessee-SEO.com. sometimes I will do “Tennessee SEO” again in the title and sometimes for affiliate type sites I’ll put LSI in the title like “SEO in Tennessee”.

if I try something like“Tennessee search engine optimization company” or “the number one SEO company in Tennessee” and then it’s gonna help you rank for anything with company. That’s gonna help me rank better for even LSI.

So, always make the most your titles and get as many keywords in there as you can. Don’t worry a ton about if you create LSI in here or not because you can always do that in the next thing which is your H tags.

Now let’s go to our h1 tag in this

h1 h2 h3 tags seo

specific example “Nashville SEO” is in the H tag.  Since it has “Tennessee SEO” in URL and in title I’m not gonna repeat it on H Tag. At the most I’m gonna do “SEO in Tennessee” but I’ll usually even do something like “Tennessee search engine optimization”.

So, my next thing here would either be “SEO in Tennessee” or, something like “search engine optimization in Tennessee”. My point is I’m using LSI which is basically like synonyms. LSI a different way to say your main keyword. Then in my other H tags which usually h2 or h3 tags I’ll do a mix of keywords. I do this a lot where taking the main niche of the keyword, targeting and put it in an H tag. Still mentioning the main niche without other keyword in there. Don’t overdo either of them especially your content.

So,  that’s the rules for the H tags. When it comes to content just make sure you have your keyword at least one time but do not overdo it. Putting your keyword in there like 15 times gonna hurt you because you already have it in the URL & title.

Hopefully  this helps you simplify your own page SEO. I promise you and hopefully you can see for yourself it doesn’t need to be that complicated

get traffic without social media

5 ways to get traffic without SEO or Social Media Marketing

Here, we will talk about getting traffic without SEO or Social Media

How  the same number of clicks from search engines,   social media, same number of people on your website, how you could double your page views,  conversions to an email list, clicks to affiliate links and purchases of info products by making your website more of a trap and keeping people on your website for longer.

I want to share with you five different ways that Google Analytics measures the stickiness of your website.  Why some of them are really important to pay attention to and others really are not.

The first two are the bounce rate and the exit rate on your website. Most people focus on bounce rate and I would actually shift your focus a little bit more toward the exit rate. The bounce rate is simply the percentage of one page sessions on your website. Most people consider a bounce to be a bad thing but Google doesn’t necessarily.

is bounce rate bad

is bounce rate bad

If somebody Google “what’s the weather in Lincoln City Oregon” and come to your page, see exactly what they wanted and leave. Well, you fulfilled their need it was not a failure you did exactly what you wanted.

So, a higher bounce rate isn’t really a bad thing. In fact these are the bounce rates for several of our websites and you’ll see it’s common to see a bounce rate in 80% kind of numbers.

If your page views is under  30,000 per month or  you have pretty low traffic you’re gonna see some wild numbers because of bot traffic or maybe your buddies are on there. You impacted a lot if Google Analytics is not set to ignore you on your website. Where you’ll spend two hours working on there just so you’re gonna see some wild numbers with low traffic. Once your website reaches some kind of volume it’s not weird at all to see that for a blog.

Read More about bounce rate here

Next is the exit rate

Exit rate is different because it doesn’t matter how many pages somebody viewed. It’s from that page which percent of them like this was the last page they saw. This is the end page on your website.

get traffic without seo

get traffic without seo

So, to me the exit rate is more important than the bounce rate. The best way to improve it coincidentally is to then sort your pages by exit rate and then work on those pages that have a problem or have a higher exit rate.

The next one is “pages per session” and it’s really pretty self-explanatory again once you reach significant volume anything 1.2 and better you’re doing fine. If you get to 2 pages per session you’re doing a pretty darn good job.  But this number is really easily gameable.

For example,

If you click one of those spammy articles like “21 most beautiful cities in America”. 

Click to a new page for every single one of the best cities in America. It shows a huge pages per session but they had a cruddy experience while they were there.

So, this is an easily gamed number.  As long as you’re not gaming it too much it can be a valuable metric to just know how well you’re convincing people to click to more than one page.google analytics measurements

The last two are time dependent “session duration” and “time on page”. We’re going to completely ignore session duration because the way that Google Analytics tracks this really stinks.

If you come to the website you may stay there for 15 minutes on the page. Then if you leave and you never click to another page. Google says that was 0 seconds that you were on the website! Because you never loaded the Google tracking code again. so it doesn’t know how long you were on that page. The time on page just tracks it differently by it only takes the people that did go to other pages. So, it may be a little artificially long but it gives you a much better view of how long people are spending on each page.

The session duration is counting so many zeros that were actually there a lot longer that it looks artificially low.

I’ve tried a lot a million things over the years to improve my numbers – the stickiness of my website. I have done so many things with trying to put a row of read more posts. At right after the post to try to get them to click there. All kinds of different things with the menu to try to interest people to stay longer.

These the three things made huge differences in those numbers

First,  is probably the most important. That is when I learned to sell every link sell every link when somebody’s reading your article. They want to stay there, they’re happy where they are. They don’t necessarily want to click a link to another page. Just want to finish where they are and so they’re kind of incentivized to stay.

If you want them to click an affiliate link or sign up for your email list you gotta sell it.  I found just a huge change in the numbers when I learned to sell my links. Something like when you’re writing a dirt bike it’s important to wear a safe dirt bike helmet.

Then, I would just go on with the blog post and like no one would click my affiliate link to Amazon or to my recommended gear page. Then I learned that I have to really convince the person to click on that page.

So, I may say something like “when I go dirt biking, I always wear a very safe helmet. to me it’s worth the investment. I learned that the dot specification on most helmets is not nearly as safe as the Snell certification. The problem is the Snell helmets cost a lot, but I found some inexpensive one on Amazon.”

It takes a little bit more time but it was more interesting content right there. At the end of it I’m really interested in clicking that link for two reasons. One, I sold it and two, I told them exactly what’s gonna happen when they click that link.

Now, that’s true for affiliate links. It’s also true for just an internal link in your website. If you are just writing about something just mention the keyword. Link it to another page, people are very unlikely to click it but if you say something like you’re interested in this topic you really should go back and read this:

know photography 101 post

I spent 45 hours over the course of a month working on this 10 page series of giving you the perfect introduction to photography. Well, people are pretty likely to click that.

Method number two, for making your website more sticky I’ve spent a lot of time thinking what are the best ways that I can contact somebody after they’ve already been on my website.

Email is one great option, a podcast could be another one. If you have a podcast for your website you can get them to subscribe. They may listen your podcast for 8-10 years!

Another one is a YouTube channel right now. YouTube is an incredible opportunity and I do feel comfortable sending traffic from my website to YouTube. If I can get them to subscribe that may change down the line and we want to watch that but right now it’s a great place to send people.

Another one, that’s a lot less talked about is browser notifications. Unimproved photography about 8% of the total traffic is coming from browser notifications. So, go to improve photography.com in the top left it’ll say allow this website to send you notifications. People usually click yes without thinking about it.

Every time we make a blog post it shows browser notification in your browser. We’re getting a ton of use from that I don’t know how long this gonna last. I feel like this is something chrome is going to shut down pretty soon. They’re gonna rise this was a huge mistake but it’s working really well right now.

trap website traffic

So, if you have significant traffic on a website, browser notifications are a great way to be able to contact them.

the third way, that I’ve found to really increase the stickiness of the website. All those five numbers that we talked about in the introduction. That’s binge content. In our recipe for making the website we work on some smaller posts, medium and then larger posts. In those larger posts we want to create some content that’s just totally binge worthy.

Like if a guy who has like a million hobbies if I tell him ”dude crabbing is the coolest thing ever this is so much fun”. Well, what did I do when I learned that you can go crabbing here. I immediately googled it and I started reading websites and I found a couple transnational things

where two crab on the Oregon coast

how to catch a crab

where do you buy a crab

net all these different things that I googled but if one of those websites would have not just answered my question in that post said. So if you’re new to crabbing you’ve got to read my how to catch a crab for newbies post.

I put in all my best tips that I’ve learned in five years of crabbing on the Oregon coast. Everything’s in that one post. Well, I’d be so likely to click that but it didn’t happen as I read all those blog posts they just had my information and I left.  Then I’d go Google something else and find one page and I’d leave. That is because the websites failed to give me binge content.

Something where I could just really sink my teeth in. Maybe a 10 post series on all the different ways to get into sturgeon fishing. Maybe a 10 post series on how to restore a hot rod. Whatever it is you’re in to create some binge content. Then go back to lots of your old pages that have good traffic and sell a great link to your binge content.

By the end of binge content when they’ve read five or six posts in a series and you’ve included pictures of some personal anecdotes. They kind of feel like they get to know you a little bit. Then there is extremely high chance that you’re gonna be able to sell them in an info product or get them on your email list.

For an example of some binge content, just search “photography basics” and look for the article from improve photography. I spend a lot of time optimizing that photography basics series and it’s brought in millions of page views to that website over time.

So, that is how I make my websites more sticky. Look at those five numbers on your website once you have significant traffic. Think of ways that you can trap people in and get more clicks on your website.

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Profitable niche keywords without any paid keyword tools

We wanted to show you how to find profitable niche keywords for your website

First thing is stop buying keyword tools. We’ve tried a bunch of them and we actually think that it does more harm for your business generally than good. As we’ve consulted with people building their niche sites we want to show you some

examples of why…

Number one thing that I noticed that comes in all the time is everybody wants to have confidence that they have a good idea yeah so they’re spending all this money on a keyword tool and after doing lots and lots of research there no more confident than they were before and then they still come to us for reassurance and it leads them to bad results.

niche keyword research

niche keyword research

We’ve seen absolutely bad decisions where people like based a whole website on a keyword that was a bad idea! the numbers look great in this keyword tool so an example we saw from a client,

he searched for the keyword “best jetski”  and he said

I was really excited about this site but I’m not going to do it now because I looked it up in the keyword tool and it only gets a thousand searches a month.

No, not true on the entire internet in the whole planet that only a thousand people a month search “best jetski” not a chance that keyword is going to get tons of traffic. If you were to rank for that there’s no way that’s correct. All the time I’ve done this I’ll look it up in the tool and then we have a network of sites and so we can actually test it.

Here is the problem when somebody is looking up in a keyword tool. I’m sure there are some good keyword tools out there. I’m not saying there aren’t I’m just saying from our personal experience, our experience building a network of sites. Working with others is it going to waste your money and lead you to terrible business decisions.

So, we want to show you a better way to do this. The reason that market is out there is because they want you to pay money to fix your problem and you need to do a little work.  It’s really not that hard to do. Speaking of bad business decisions the number one bad business decision that people make is spending money on something that doesn’t have a return on investment.

How much money does a keyword tool cost?

We see prices between $25-$99+ bucks a month!  that’s a lot of money, unless the keyword tool is going to earn you more than 99 dollars a month which if it does what people think it does the value there you are totally there. But just from what we’ve seen is that it just doesn’t add anywhere near that much value and the reason they’re being recommended so often is because they have high affiliate commissions.

keyword tools

keyword tools

Alright, so let’s talk about two ways to do it, two that we’ve found. We’re not saying these are the only ways to do it there are tons of different ways to do keyword research. This is just what’s work best for us. First, if you’re looking for a keyword to base a whole website around like you’re just getting started.Then I would definitely go just don’t even worry about going to the website.

Just go to google and type in niche site ideas and you’re looking for. Like I had an idea back in 2014 to start using the keyword “boat buyers guide” a website it just teaches you how to buy a boat if you know nothing about boats.I wrote 30 articles using these keyword techniques that we’re going to show you and it actually worked.

A 4k movie review site like people are buying 4k TVs so go search and ask yourself which one has the best 4k to show off your TV stuff like that & we have tons of ideas on here. This is a killer keyword if you’re into guns. There’s a great keyword “how to build a tiny home” or like “a backyard office”“sporting gear for dogs” all of them could be very good ideas.

The other idea this is the one that we use more than anything else, let’s say we’re making a new website with topic “facial trimmers for guys” we’re going to make a website called handsome manscaping.com and you know shaving oils and all that kind of stuff, how to do some manscaping and as part of that we’re going to be recommending trimmers like beard trimmers.  If I just write an article called best beard trimmers this isn’t going to work I’m not going to rank. It’s a brand new website Google is not going to trust.

I’m typing in Google beard trimmer and then I make a space and the letter A and let’s see

beard trimmer Amazon

beard trimmer attachments

beard trimmer and shaver

beard trimmer apron

yeah that’s a total winner to me. There are not going to be a ton of articles of people that are writing  reviews of aprons for beard trimmers, right. This probably isn’t going to earn you a ton of money but it’s something that can get you ranked. I think when you start a new niche site you should get a check from Amazon your third month.

This is a tiny little keyword so we’re using the Google search suggestion. We’re typing in part of the keyword and then space the letter a and we just see what it those little search suggestions.

Then we go to beard trimmer space B see

niche keyword search

profitable niche keyword

and we just go through the alphabet and we find tons of things I like that beard trimmer carry on which beard trimmers are safe to take on an airplane that you can actually get through security with. And look at these the articles found with those keywords like they’re worse than Quora yahoo  answers!  If you had a good article like fifteenbeard trimmers that you can take on an airplane.

 

You can totally rank for that and so what we’re literally doing this on the fly it’s really easy to find keywords when you’re just using the Google search suggestions.

So, how do we know if this is a real competitive keyword or not? What are some things that we saw in this listing that we said that’s a winner?

Our first result here for “beard trimmer carry-on” is the TSA okay they are an authority on here. They’re going to rank number one but number two three and four are all Quora or Yahoo answer type sites. I mean there’s no authority. it’s a forum type situation, I mean for you to show up there you’re going to have a lot more keyword density in your article than Yahoo does here. You’re going to get more authority on your site than Yahoo Answers does. Several down below these are sites that are not again they’re not focused on the shaving niche on the trimmer niche or anything like that.

keyword research manually

Another things that I consider as well as the length of the article. If you’re seeing like thousand word articles ranked that’s a big opportunity. I’m going to go right under meaty 2500 words article and they stand a very good chance of ranking. Also things like  the number one result is TSA that’s going to be hard to beat it’s a .gov website it’s obviously very authoritative. But the  specific page on the TSA that we’re link to here is just my TSA home airport homeland security, this is not about beard trimmers. So we have a very good chance.

I promise you if we could we could rank number one for this in very short order and this is probably a pretty darn good keyword. A beard trimmer is expensive the cheap one is probably around 40 bucks an expensive one could be $200. So this fits in the price point that we try to try to hit with our niche sites and doesn’t look too hard to do.

So that’s why we don’t use keyword research tools. That’s an affair we don’t know exactly how many people are searching “beard trimmer carry on”. What neither do any of the keyword tools  that they act like they do but they don’t we have seen it over and over again they are wrong.

Why would Google put these search suggestions when I type beard trimmer space see

profitable niche keyword

Why would Google give us a random search that nobody ever type. It’s going to save you the time of finishing out the rest of it.

So,  this has been such a helpful way for me to find keywords that actually work. There have been very few times that it didn’t work for us like where we actually ranked.

If you’re adding just a little bit of common sense and you’re using the search suggestions that’s been our most reliable way to find keywords.

If you want to save your time you can hire human brains to do niche keyword research for you

Easy to rank keyword research, SEO audit, on-page settings

Search Engine Friendly Website Development 

you can actually do a niche site consultation with us which is pretty cool 😎 I

We can find if your targeted niche going to be a successful one or not and people make mistakes all the time. We’re able to save them years of work because  the idea just wasn’t quite there for the website.

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Viddyoze 3.0 and template club review after using one long year

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Honest Viddyoze Template club 3.0 review

Many of you may already know about Viddyoze.  It is a cloud-based 3D animation template collection. Where you can just put your logo, images, texts, slogans and instantly get amazing 3D animated videos in HD. It allows you to create 3D animated video elements, such as Intros, Outros, Segways, Social Actions, Call To Actions and more. It has a monthly membership basis template club where amazing new templates are added regularly.

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PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH VIDDYOZE

I’m using Viddyoze commercial for a year now with template club membership. Created some awesome videos for my own business and for my clients without any kind of animation knowledge. I don’t even open “After Effects” once before start using Viddyoze. My clients are very happy with video quality, most of them become my regular customers 😀

If you have a business or running an organization, you definitely have a logo & today you must animate your logo, banner, images. Putting your logo on amazing live-action videos will add great value to your branding. Also, you definitely need animated intros, outros, social actions for youtube or other social pages.d r Using Viddyoze you can create these high-quality 3D animation videos without any animation skill or hiring any animator. You can even you use Viddyoze commercially to provide top quality animated videos to your clients.

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