Are You Losing The Battle For Search Engine Traffic?

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Are You Losing The Battle For Search Engine Traffic?

By: Norbert Orlewicz

Search engine traffic should be a priority for any online business and some level of optimization is apart of every effective marketing strategy.

On the plus side, search engine traffic is the cream of the crop. There is very low cost involved and the conversion rates are typically quite high. The people that are clicking on your link are searching specifically for what you have to offer.

On the negative side, actually achieving a high rank on the top search engines AND maintaining a high rank is close to impossible for the majority of webmasters. You could spend thousands of dollars and weeks of your life just trying to compete. And in the end, this will undoubtedly lead to frustration and wasted time.

The best option for the majority of webmasters is to not become obsessed with your fluctuating results, but simply to focus on the basics with long term success in mind.

1. Basic search engine optimization.

This is the first step and really quite simple. I read recently that close to 90% of all websites are not search engine friendly. That truly amazed me, because the process is rather simple and takes barely any time at all.

If you don't know how to build your own website than read my article on getting it done for you.


http://www.homebizproz.com/getitdone.htm

You should make sure that all of your site pages are search engine friendly. Not just your homepage, although it is most important. A search engine friendly webpage contains a keyword-rich Title, Description and Keywords.

Your Title should contain your best keywords or keyphrases. It should describe exactly what your website is all about, and it shouldn't exceed 80 characters, about 5 to 7 words is best.

Your Description should also contain some of your best keywords or keyphrases. It should be one or two sentences that expands on the description of your company and website.

Your Keywords should be separated by a comma and a space, and should not exceed 70 words. Keep it simple and don't double up on the same word. Many search engines don't place any relevancy on your keywords anymore so don't waste too much time here.

When deciding what words to use, think like the person that is doing the search. What words would they put into a search, to find what you have to offer? Make a list of these words and then go try them out to see what you get! You may also want to think about key phrases. These would be a few words used together that someone may enter to find what you have.

You can analyze your Meta Tags at these websites

In addition to these three basics, you should also try to include your keywords and phrases within the body of your page. Ideally you want a 3% ratio of keywords to total words.

You can use your keywords in your page link names in your navigation bar. Also, any links throughout the content of your page should also be keywords.

2. Search Engine Submissions

Right off the bat I will say don't waste your time and money with all those websites that advertise submissions to a million search engines. Honestly, there aren't that many search engines, and only a handful are worth your time anyways. Your focus should be on the primary search engines and directories, specifically Google, Yahoo, MSN, and a few others. Make sure to go to these directories and submit by hand.

And also give these free submission sites a try:

3. Reciprocal Links

Reciprocal Linking should be one of your major strategies for search engine placement and generating traffic. You need highly ranked relevant websites to link to your site to gain top positions on search engines. You should focus on quality and relevancy. It is much more beneficial for you to have 100 links from highly ranked relevant websites, rather than 1000 links from any and all websites.

You can search the internet for relevant websites and then simply send them an email with a request to swap links. This strategy can be quite tedious but is sometimes necessary when starting out.

You should setup a Link Directory using something like Reciprocal Manager or Links Manager. I would recommend doing this right from the beginning. This will allow your site visitors to quickly and easily add their own links, and automate the whole process for you.

Check out http://www.LinkPartners.com to find sites to trade links with.

4. Content

There is no substitute for a website with quality content. The internet is founded on information. If you can provide, relevant, substantial, quality content on your website you will have a much greater potential for getting lots of links and lots of traffic.

The benefits of writing your own articles are tremendous. Not only do you separate yourself as an expert in your field, you will garner higher search engine rankings through content as well as links. You can share your articles, submit them to directories and give them to webmasters to fill their content. At the bottom of each article you include a small resource box with a link back to your site and there you have lots of high quality content and links.

Write one article every week and in a year from now you will have 52 content rich pages on your site, and 52 articles floating around the World Wide Web proclaiming you as an expert.

In conclusion, by following these four proven steps you will generate an endless stream of free, quality traffic to your website. Yes, they actually take effort and work on your part, and guess what, so does any real business. Look at the top internet marketers online today and you will see that they live by these four principles. Start working on one of these strategies everyday. The key here is continual, persistent work. I wish you the best of success with your business!

About The Author

Norbert Orlewicz offers only the most effective strategies for promoting your online business at his website http://www.homebizproz.com. Use the FREE online guide and discover the best tips, tricks and methods for your online business.


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Gurtej 16.03.2012. 19:46

How to Increase Website Traffic? How can i increase my web traffic .. any tip or trick . thanksss

Gurtej

Admin 16.03.2012. 19:46

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10 Ways To Get 100 Extra Visitors To Your Website Today!

1. Yahoo! Answers

Yahoo! might be losing the search engine market share battle but they still dominate in the Question and Answers arena. People ask thousands of questions every day in almost every niche and industry you can imagine. A quick search for ?Search Engine Optimization? shows over 1,300 questions that can be answered. The key to driving massive amounts of traffic from Yahoo! Answers is to give genuinely helpful answers. Instead of trying to create a blatant advertisement for your website work on becoming an authority in your industry. This technique has the potential to send you far more than 100 visitors.

2. Social Bookmarking

If you create content that people enjoy it can easily become popular or even go viral. The important thing is to put your website and content in front of people that are looking for it, right? Social bookmarking is a super easy way to do just that.

3. Squidoo

Squidoo is a website full of 100% user generated content that allows you to create what?s called a ?lense.? A lense is a page about a specific topic that you choose to write about (usually something you?re knowledgeable in). After creating your lense other people can find it by searching for terms and keywords related to your lense.

4. Guest Blogging

Guest blogging is a great way to generate free traffic ? all you have to invest is the time to write an article. Get in touch with the most popular blogs in your industry and ask if they?ll let you write a guest post. Most website owners will have no objections to having other people write free content for them.

5. Forum Posting

There are community forums setup online for virtually every niche, industry, or topic you can imagine. The internet is a prime place for like minded people to talk to each other. 9 times out of 10 you can find a forum for your industry just by typing in [your industry]forum.com or searching for ?[Your Industry] Forum? on Google. Find the forums in your industry with the largest user base, start posting there and become an active community member.

6. Twitter

Every time I write new content I post it to twitter. If you use the right keywords and make your tweet interesting enough you can get a lot of clickthroughs just from people searching. For example if I write an article about SEO and Google I can tag the end of the tweet with #SEO #Google and anyone that searches for those keywords on Twitter can see my tweet about the post that I wrote.

7. Facebook

Creating a Facebook fan page takes about an entire 45 seconds and is a almost a necessity at this point for every business owner. Considering that 1 in 13 people on EARTH have a Facebook account there?s really no need to explain why you should be there. Pro tip: make sure you create a fan page and not a group.

8. Blog Commenting

Commenting on blog posts written by industry experts with lots of followers can bring your website a lot of traffic.

9. Article Marketing

Promoting your websites by publishing articles to various article directories is by no means a new idea but still an extremely effective way to drive traffic.

10. Link bait

The idea of ?link bait? refers to creating content that is so extremely useful or entertaining it compels people to link to it. Put yourself in the shoes of your target demographic and figure out what they would enjoy or what would help them the most. The possibilities are nearly endless ? survey your visitors and see what is missing or lacking in your industry and fill in the gaps.

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Nacho TAD-DE-VUELTA! 20.03.2007. 15:17

What are your thoughts on Ken Rockwell? Hi,

Ken Rockwell is a guy who poses as a camera expert and has his own site named after him.

He is the laughing stock of serious photographers, but for some reason he seems to be getting a lot of traffic in his site from amateurs who like his style of writing.

Here are some thoughts on him from another photographer, I think this hit the nail right on the head!

http://www.bahneman.com/liem/blog/article.php?story=Ken_Rockwell_Facts

Originally this was going to be a message for Dr. Sam, but I couldn't send it directly, hope he reads it!

Ignacio

Nacho TAD-DE-VUELTA!

Admin 20.03.2007. 15:17

When I was in college, it was required that I take one full year of a physical education class. This was not a general "gym" class, but I had to choose a team sport and take a one hour class in that sport three times a week. I signed up for fencing, thinking I wouldn't even break a sweat and I could fulfill my PE requirement easier with fending then, say, rowing crew. I made out okay and the coach - a past US Olympic team coach - actually invited me to join the freshman team. I moved like a "sack of potatoes," as he put it, but I had the basics down. In a way, this was my greatest asset. I didn't know enough to get into trouble. Fencing is a sport of the elite and the guys who had been fencing at "Salle This" or "Salle That" made no bones about their feelings for me and my lack of finesse. I did not deserve to be on the team, because I did not even touch my first foil until I was seventeen. They had been fencing at elite private clubs since they were seven. I have a life-long friend who still makes his living teaching the martial arts. He is known the world over within his discipline. He's good at what he does, including some weapons like you might see in a Chuck Norris movie. One time when I was home, we were talking and he was very surprised to hear that I was on the fencing team at an Ivy League university. I was telling him some things about the sport and he said that it sounded quite like one of the weapons that he knew about. Of course, we suited up and started to fence. The first time I lunged at him, he practically took my arm off! I told him that fencing was "more of a finesse sport" than that and he asked, "Well isn't the idea to kill or be killed?" His simple analysis left me dumbfounded and speechless. He was right, after all. Fencing was a modern representation of the brutal fighting that won or lost battles and lives in the Crusades and beyond.

This is how I view Ken Rockwell. First, let me categorically state that I am in no position to criticize Mr. Rockwell. I have only seen about 10% of his website and I have probably seen less than 1% (one percent) of his photography. I have about a dozen little shots of my own on-line to help me make a point when speaking about certain questions, but my best body of work ? if there is such a thing ? exists on film. I?ve scanned a number of slides of our children growing up (and I have a thousand or two left to do), but I have not taken time to even scan any of my favorite photographs that used to hang on one wall or another in my various residences. You have seen one tenth of one percent of what I think I am capable of. I am sure that is how it is with me and Ken Rockwell?s photography. I?ve only looked at a few samples that pertain to a lens test or a camera test and I have seen only about 40-50 of his more ?artistic? shots. I just haven?t looked at them yet.

I read this personal introduction on his website and you should, too.

http://www.kenrockwell.com/about.htm

"This is my personal website. I do it all myself. I started this because I wanted a place to record my personal observations which I could access from anywhere. Search engines then found it. I've never promoted it. I love to share what I love, but with my friends.

"This site is purely my personal opinion.

"This site is a work of fiction and any resemblance to any actual people, places or products is purely coincidental. This site is private and provided only for the entertainment of me and my personal friends. Read at your own risk. I offer no warrantees of any kind, except that there are many deliberate gaffes and practical jokes lurking."

~~~ ~~~

Maybe Ken Rockwell is to photographers like Steichen or Adams or Weston what I was to the elite members of the fencing team or like my martial arts friend was to me. Maybe I am more like my martial arts friend than a real photographer compared to you. Isn?t the point of photography to record an image on film or digitally so you can recall that moment at some point in the future? Shouldn?t you just DO IT, as Nike says? Grab a camera and snap, snap, snap. That?s why I bought my new Canon SD900 as a pocket camera. That's why I have the less-than-perfect 18-200 zoom lens. Sometimes I just want to take the darn picture and that?s all I want to do. Of course, my family and friends has come to expect a certain standard from me, so I wanted to improve the odds of getting it ?right? most of the time by choosing a great camera to carry in my pocket or an _acceptable_ lens for my dSLR's. Yeah, I like my 17-55 f/2.8 a whole lot better than the 18-200, but for most people who ask questions here, it's just not the right choice.

I know you are cringing right now. I am. I grew up with photography, starting with a camera and doing my own developing and printing from the time I was about 8 years old. That?s almost 50 years ago. I used to teach photography when I was in college. No, it wasn?t a university course, but there are at least a dozen people who probably still love photography today because I spent some time with them 40 years ago showing them the in?s and out?s and teaching them how to use a camera. If they asked, I was critical, but mostly I just wanted to teach them how to get a decent exposure so they wouldn?t waste money on film with bad pictures. You know what? That was all they really wanted. They ?admired? my pictures hanging on the wall or occasionally published, but they were not trying to rise even to my lowly level.

I may have read him wrong, but I think Ken Rockwell is that guy who just wants to pass along a little information to some amateur photographers who have stumbled upon his website. I don?t even know for sure that he is a professional photographer. In fact, I am not even sure he has to work for a living, based on some of his family biography.

In any event, I will let others criticize if they must. I am happy to send people to his site so they see some sample images and get the idea what 18 mm looks like as opposed to 800 mm. I am glad that he is available as an accessible resource.

If Ken Rockwell is a guy who poses as a camera expert, then what am I? I am better at photography than about 98% of the people I know - including some people who make their living at it - and I can help at least half of them choose equipment and help them with critique, but I am just some guy posing as a camera expert. Yahoo! Never made me take any tests before they let me answer questions here and I have no idea what criteria I met to be named as a ?Top Contributor,? as if that is some sort of credential. Like a substitute teacher, all I have to do is stay one step ahead of the class. Rockwell is at least ten steps ahead of me. It?s easier to use a link to his site and let people learn from his easy style than try to duplicate it in this limited forum.

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Dmitriy 28.07.2011. 02:33

how to get more traffic to my website? I have submitted my website at many different search engines and I still get only like 1 or 2 or sometimes even 0 visitors a day! Advertising is a waste of money for me. I am trying to make money of advertisements. I have created facebook and twitter pages and I get 0 followers there! how can I get more followers? I have good meta tags, keywords, ect. my website is http://playbestgamesonline.com/ It's a flash games web site that has about 20000 flash games online.

Dmitriy

Admin 28.07.2011. 02:33

Sometimes it seems extremely hard to get those first 100 visitors to your articles and it can be frustrating when this happens; especially when you are new to the world of Internet Marketing and you just don?t know what you are doing wrong. Well I?m here to help you with these ?10 Ways To Bring Visitors To Your Articles? admittedly this is not going to be a masterclass which draws on and on; this is all about helping you to get to your first 100 visitors as quickly and easily as possible without a ton of jargon. So here you go guys I hope this truly helps some of you out. If you enjoy this post, you should also check David?s other posts such as 10 WordPress Plugins for Bloggers!

1. Yahoo! Answers
Yahoo! might be losing the search engine market share battle but they still dominate in the Question and Answers arena. People ask thousands of questions every day in almost every niche and industry you can imagine. A quick search for ?Search Engine Optimization? shows over 1,300 questions that can be answered. The key to driving massive amounts of traffic from Yahoo! Answers is to give genuinely helpful answers. Instead of trying to create a blatant advertisement for your website work on becoming an authority in your industry. This technique has the potential to send you far more than 100 visitors. When people use search engines to look for the questions you answered often times a Yahoo! Answers result will appear near the top of the search results. This will give you and your website a ton of exposure if you answer commonly asked questions!

2. Social Bookmarking
If you create content that people enjoy it can easily become popular or even go viral. The important thing is to put your website and content in front of people that are looking for it, right? Social bookmarking is a super easy way to do just that. Social bookmarking sites allow users to bookmark their favorite websites that other people can publicly view and vote up or down. If you bookmark useful content other people will find it, share it, and vote it up so others can enjoy it. Oh yeah, and it only takes about 30 seconds to bookmark your site. The 3 most popular social bookmarking sites are Digg, Reddit, and Delicious. These 3 sites get over 8 MILLION unique visitors a month ? funneling off a chunk of that traffic to your website is very doable. (There?s plenty to go around ) Just remember to create content that people will enjoy and/or find useful. The most popular content on social bookmarking sites are usually check lists, ?Top 10? lists, tools & resources, and breaking news ? so keep that in mind!

3. Squidoo
Squidoo is a website full of 100% user generated content that allows you to create what?s called a ?lense.? A lense is a page about a specific topic that you choose to write about (usually something you?re knowledgeable in). After creating your lense other people can find it by searching for terms and keywords related to your lense. Let me just start off by saying Squidoo is an absolute powerhouse in the search engines. Its very easy to rank Squidoo lenses for competitive terms that would prove to be a challenge for websites with lesser authority. Creating a lense on Squidoo gives you 2 traffic opportunities:
When people use search engines and search for keywords related to your lense it will sometimes show up in the top search results if it?s relevant enough to the search phrase. This means you can get drones of targeted traffic to your lense from search engines that you can funnel into your website.
Squidoo has a huge community of active users that use Squidoo to find things they want to know more about. Squidoo currently gets over 9 million unique visitors a month and they?re still growing steadily. Look at Squidoo?s traffic growth over just the last year:
Creating a lense or two is one of my favorite ways to get laser targeted traffic without hours of work.

4. Guest Blogging
Guest blogging is a great way to generate free traffic ? all you have to invest is the time to write an article. Get in touch with the most popular blogs in your industry and ask if they?ll let you write a guest post. Most website owners will have no objections to having other people write free content for them. (ask Michael how I know?wink, wink) If you?re having trouble finding blogs to guest post on check out www.myblogguest.com ? they have a full community of bloggers that are ready and waiting for your content.

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mhkbest 28.03.2007. 04:51

Keyword and its Analysis regarding SEO & Internet Marketing and Website Traffic.? What is Keyword and its Analysis regarding SEO & Internet MArketing, How do they bring traffic nad how can we implement on websites.

mhkbest

Admin 28.03.2007. 04:51

M Haseeb Khan
The Multi Dimensional Personality
Actuary
Financial Analyst
Risk Advisor / Manager
Psycologist
SEO - Searh Engine Optimizer

E-Mail:
mhaseebkhanpk@yahoo.co.in
mhaseebkhan@hotmail.com

Google Picture Profile: http://mhaseebkhanpk.googlepages.com/

Mobile: 0321-2760427 (karachi Pakistan)



KEYWORD ANALYSIS & RESEARCH TOOLS


Keyword analysis research plays a crucial part when optimizing a website to rank well in the major search engines. Targeted keywords that will convert a web visitor to sales is the ultimate goal of search engine optimization.

In search engine optimization, keyword analysis research play an important role in determining which targeted keywords your website should be using. Ideally, it will be best to select relevant keywords that have high demand and low competition. The nature of the keyword is also important.

If you are selling a product online using your website, it is important to select keywords that bring in buying visitors rather than visitors looking for information. For example a client of mine has a website selling LCD TVs which is immensely competitive.

Instead of targeting to rank well for keywords such as LCD TVs which is too difficult and visitors is too general in nature. (At this time of writing, there are 2.14 million webpages competing for this keyword). I suggest targeting individual model no of LCD TVs he is selling on his website. For example, Sony Bravia KDL-V40XBR1

There are less competition and the visitor would be highly targeted and most likely to buy. Of course, there are less searches for such keywords but in my view, the visitors you get are more inclined to buy and you weed out visitors that are only seeking information.

To get the best results, you should also adhere to basic search engine optimization principles. That means no seo blackhat stuff such as keyword stuffing. It?s a losing battle especially since the major search engine algorithms are constantly getting better and better at detecting spam sites and black hat seo techniques.

If you are interested in digging highly relevant keywords that are not too competitive, then a keyword analysis tool is needed. Doing it manually is tedious and not effective especially if you need to analysis thousands of keywords.

Keyword analysis tools are great. Like spelling checkers, however, there are certain things that they won't catch, such as the word's context. Tom Dahm warns you about the issues you need to watch for if you want to use these tools to improve your standings in the search engines.

The easiest trap to fall into is focusing on search popularity numbers alone. If a keyword tool shows that Word A gets 20,000 monthly searches and Word B gets only 5,000 searches, then Word A must be the better choice, right?

Not necessarily. Keyword relevance is at least as important as raw search popularity. As a rule, the more specific a search query, the better your chance of converting a search result into a sale, and sales are what it?s all about.

Consider this example: Overture?s keyword tool say that a whopping 136,960 searches are conducted each month for the term ?sports cars,? while only 2,545 searches are conducted for ?Jaguar XK8.? But someone searching for ?sports cars? is early in the buying cycle and may just be searching for information about different makes and models. Someone searching for a Jaguar XK8 has a clear idea of what they want. This is a much more valuable customer.

Take a quick look at your Web site's access logs (often called hit logs). You may not realize it, but most logs show you the keywords that people used when they clicked a link to your site at a search engine. (If your logs don't contain this information, you probably need another program!) Write down the terms that are bringing people to your site.
You probably know who your competitors are (you should, anyway). Go to their sites and open the source code of a few pages at each site ? just choose View --> Source from the browser's menu bar to get a peek. Look for the tag and see if you find any useful keywords there. Often the keywords are garbage, or simply not there, but if you look at enough sites, you're likely to come up with some useful terms you hadn't thought of.

By:
M Haseeb Khan
The Multi Dimensional Personality
Actuary
Financial Analyst
Risk Advisor / Manager
Psycologist
SEO - Searh Engine Optimizer

E-Mail:
mhaseebkhanpk@yahoo.co.in
mhaseebkhan@hotmail.com

Google Picture Profile: http://mhaseebkhanpk.googlepages.com/


Mobile: 0321-2760427 (karachi Pakistan)

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Victoria 23.09.2011. 02:33

Does this website has a good idea? I launched my website early August of this year. In the first month I used Facebook Ads and Google Ads and the number of visitors looked hopeful. However that got me really broke. For this month of September I didn?t use Google Adwords or Facebook Ads at all and the number of visitors look SOOO depressing to the point that I question my idea ? as in is it worth it to continue putting in so much effort and more money in running it? I already spent so much time working with contractors building this website and losing a fortune. I am not sure how much longer I can ?afford? to continue running this website. Please take a look at my website and give me an honest answer on whether or not you think this website 1) has a good idea and 2) would it survive? If the majority answer yes to both, I will do whatever it takes to keep it running. I do believe in it with all my heart and working extremely hard (because I lack experience) to keep it running because I want to help people, especially the children that grew up without a loving family to teach them about right and wrong. I just don?t know if other people believe the same or perhaps someone could tell me something I don?t already know. My friends keep saying it?s a good idea, but they barely helped me at all so I don?t know if they?re just being polite. Therefore I would need your help in giving me an honest answer. Thanks!

Please take a look. http://mistakesinlife.net

Thanks!

Victoria

Admin 23.09.2011. 02:33

I'm sorry, but meaning to be helpful when I say the site looks like an unremarkable blog similar to millions of other sites, the user contributed content ideal is unique, particularly for a blog format site. I wonder how many regular contributors you will have with such a narrow focus, if the site also featured the 'other side of the coin' solutions for recovering from past mistakes, perhaps more people would stick.

You may have a long battle ahead of you before the site earns any significant revenues, remember Facebook spent 4 years developing a membership before they started earning revenues from advertising. Some blogs manage to earn 10x more from affiliate links than from adsense, you may keep a lookout for products that would fit.

That's not the sort of site you could profitably send paid traffic to, investing in bought backlinks may have been more profitable in the long run, you have to play the slow build SEO game, due to the nature of the site content, it's a little difficult for the search engines to categorize the site, making search ranking a little tougher.

Consider adding a library of useful advise of relationships, recovery, developing better judgement, etc. Having some full length articles would help with search ranking and compensate for the many of your shorter posts would be poorly ranked by the new Google Panda filter designed to catch 'thin' content sites.

The lack of images or text formatting gives the site the look of one of those autoblogs using content found on other sites. Your submit form lacks any text formatting or styling options which may have to do with all the posts being one giant paragraph. The user submitted content lack the usual category and tags that search engines can use to index the site.

Actually the sort of dialog that develops with some comments longer than the original post, this site might more suitable using a (free) standard forum engine, people would normally be required to join to post messages, but would be able to upload an avatar, and the posts could be richer with user text styling and added images.

If the site was more popular you would probably have a problem with advertiser spam, particularly in comments where automated tools create 1000s a day, luckily the automated tools don't know how to find your submit a story form, but you may get people adding junk there too, requiring constant moderation, the sign up requirement of forums is supposed to cut down on spamming, though automated signups happen too.

Not sure why contractors were involved, except for the submit stories form, it looks like an unremarkable blog most people would create on their own. Sorry gain, I find the low contrast between the text and background makes reading a bit more difficult on some monitors, are the drab colors designed to match the mood, they paint the walls of psyc. wards to cheer people up.

Paying for some backlinks can make a big difference, one must take care to keep it subtle.

Yahoo site explorer which may be behind the times, reports one page and 6 backlinks.

One way to build backlinks is to spend some time on related forums making useful posts with your site in the signature.

If links from other sites had anchor text like: "My mistakes", "Sharing Mistakes", "Stories of loss" it can cause your site to show up when those phrases are searched.


Here are actual phrases searched for thousands of time a month that your site could rank for if they appeared in text, headers and meta titles.

mistakes in life
mistakes i have made
correcting mistakes
error correction
mistakes quotes
quotes about mistakes
quotes on mistakes
quotes mistakes
life mistakes
quote mistakes
correct mistakes
all my mistakes
my mistakes were made for you
mistakes have been made
quotes about making mistakes
quotes making mistakes

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