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    Plugging into established websites with high traffic and a quality readership also helps. Cheers.
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    No,

    Write articles that are good for the readers, that provide pertinent information, that have to do with the theme of the website.

    If the content written is engaging for the reader, it will convert better and will keep readers coming back, the seo part of the article will take care of itself.

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    If you look at the history of SEO, you will find an interesting pattern that is a trend from Off-page to On-page optimization. In the old days it was more towards Off-page, nowadays the most important factors are On-page.

    My list goes as follows:

    1. Quality Content - you have to become the perfect source of information for your visitors - will have to answer their question at a glance. So that they come back.
    2. Nice looking site - good looks and also usability - everything has to be made simple to find with 2 clicks
    3. Off-page factors

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    I agree with a portion of that statement dbest....except

    In the OLD old days it was all on-page.....then later it became off-page.....and it seems to have come full circle and is now heading back to on-page factors having a lot more importance once again....

    I think the main reason there was a shift toward off-page factors was it was during that time frame that Google and other engines were learning how much webmasters would use underhanded tactics to manipulate the rankings.

    This forced them to look closer at (hidden text, keyword stuffing in content, cloaked pages, BS content, off-topic keywords, etc etc etc) Many would say they never really fixed it all, but based upon what the real challenge was I think they did ok for a while...

    I think they are now faced with figuring out how to best determine all the bullsh** they see in off-page is really BS and what is real and can be used as factors to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    No,

    Write articles that are good for the readers, that provide pertinent information, that have to do with the theme of the website.

    If the content written is engaging for the reader, it will convert better and will keep readers coming back, the seo part of the article will take care of itself.

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    How do you develop a readership without marketing your website?

    Your mentality gets you nowhere for keywords that are remotely competitive. You can have the best content in the world, but it's not going to help you much if no one knows about it.

    Both on-page and off-page SEO is important. It is not a case of either/or.

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    Not sure where you read that I stated a certain amount of marketing did not need to be done, but that does not discount my statement that content that engages the reader is what will help convince the reader to return.

    And well written articles that do engage the reader will tend to rank better in the search engines, and thus the better ranking articles will relate to more visitors.

    My statements about the differences between on-page and off-page had more to do with the history.

    I agree it takes both, but stand by my opinion of the history.

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    I think what other people have said covers most aspects of trying to build organic traffic. There isn't no quick fix, or magic wand that will instantly give you traffic. For me, I would:


    1. If you run Wordpress, make sure you install YOAST SEO plugin.
    2. Signup to Google Webmaster Tools, but DON'T disregard other search engines like BING as these are just important, and are usually easier to rank on - So, sign-up to all the main search engines 'webmaster tools' sections. When you have signed up, submit your sitemaps (easily obtained if you're using wordpress).
    3. Focus on publishing as much content as you physically can write, but don't just write any old rubbish make sure its useful to your visitors. One mistake many people make is they write some fantastic content and then leave the website, I believe in publishing regular content to your site, not just for the search engines benefit but for the readers... I for one won't click on items I see in the search engines with dates older than a few years as I expect it to be out of date - This is especially the case in online gambling websites when the offers/bonuses/terms change regularly.
    4. Focus on keeping active social media pages (e.g. twitter/facebook/youtube). You can get wordpress plugins that auto post to most social media accounts. Another good tip is to create youtube videos - it's fairly easy to create a short video of you playing a slot game - it's unique, and if you have a win will look even better - I do this with bonuses I get sent from many of the online casinos.
    5. Target less competitive keywords, and start writing a few articles focuses on them - you can use Google Adwords tool, to find these (use youtube to find some helpful information).
    6. Backlinks matter, but it's usually quite hard to get them in the gambling industry unless you provide something worth sharing and not just a bonus offer 1000 other affiliates are promoting - do a video review of a new slot game, a technique that works or something a long those lines (basically anything worth sharing).
    7. There is evidence that Google keeps you on some sort of holding period for 3 months (determines if good quality is going to keep coming, or not), so make sure you carry on posting! and expect to see some good results after 3 months.
    8. Use Google Analytics to monitor your gains, understand how funnels work, custom events and most importantly goal tracking. See which traffic sources covert best, what devices such as desktop/mobile/tablet covert - if mobile doesn't convert well, is that because you don't have mobile offers or because your site isn't responsive? It's free to use, so worth signing up and is an essential tool.
    9. Create content that will be 'sharable/viral' big win slot wins, big wins on the horses/football etc... This is free advertising if you get other people to share your site.
    10. Guest Blogging, is another great way to get your link on other websites.
    11. Off site SEO works just as good as other techniques, you'll be surprised how well handing out some leaflets close to a bookmakers works, especially if it is about bonuses/free spins/free bets etc...
    12. Try building funnel pages, that link in to your website - focus on a particular bonus or bookmaker/casino for example and then push links into your site - if this site is on a different server, it will also provide some link juice back to your main site.



    .... and when you do start receiving traffic make sure you keep hold of them! as many will be long time repeat customers for you. Grab there information, offer them a mailing list where you give them some sort of ebook, daily bonus offers, tips etc... get them to like/follow your social media account. The hardest part will be keeping your visitors.

    I hope this helps, and feel free to contact me if you need to ask anything else.

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    What a great reply, matchedbetting. Very useful.

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    You have to do Offpage SEO by building some natural good quality backlinks from High PR websites & also do onpage SEO by image optimization, keyword research, post title, Meta descriptions, URL Structure & Internal linking.

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    Those that continue to quote "links from high PR sites" when toolbar pr has been dead for years shows a lack of keeping up with the times.

    Always use caution when you hear that.

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    There are some important and valuable tips to get organic traffic :
    1. Perform Keyword Research.
    2. Perform Keyword Research.
    3. Use long tail keywords.
    4. Blog often.
    5. Create Quality Content.
    6. Get social.
    7. Partake in ethical link building.
    8. Play by the rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanjay7788 View Post
    You have to do Offpage SEO by building some natural good quality backlinks from High PR websites & also do onpage SEO by image optimization, keyword research, post title, Meta descriptions, URL Structure & Internal linking.
    PR = is dead long time ago
    Meta description = not used for ranking for long time
    Meta title = weak ranking signal

    "Building" and "natural" in a single phrase talking about "backlinks" is like talking about fried air...

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Those that continue to quote "links from high PR sites" when toolbar pr has been dead for years shows a lack of keeping up with the times.

    Always use caution when you hear that.

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    Hello Sir, First of all I am sorry If I hurt You. But I think you should read this post
    http://checkpagerank.net/blog/pagera...s-not-dead.php

    Google Search Ranking Team says PageRank is still used as a ranking signal: "These signals include things like the specific words that appear on websites, the freshness of content, your region and PageRank."
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    Organic search traffic is a time taking work. It does not pay quickly. Each of the google algo update will certainly hit you.

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    This is spot on! Play by the rules so you don't get thrown out of the search engines.

    Quote Originally Posted by jack.467 View Post
    There are some important and valuable tips to get organic traffic :
    1. Perform Keyword Research.
    2. Perform Keyword Research.
    3. Use long tail keywords.
    4. Blog often.
    5. Create Quality Content.
    6. Get social.
    7. Partake in ethical link building.
    8. Play by the rules.

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    "Hurt me"? not hardly.

    Posting links to articles contained on sites that offer page rank checking technologies is NOT a good indicator.

    Here is an article from Search Engine Watch from 2014 on the subject.
    https://searchenginewatch.com/sew/ho...green-standard

    Google themselves stated in October of 2014 they would no longer update PR.

    The old "pr" is in fact history, although there are google internal factors similar to pr that are used as "part" of ranking factors, but it's only one factor (one of what is estimated of over 200 factors) and much more minor than some seo consultants want their clients to understand.

    Often times seo's that pitch "pr" especially when referring to toolbar pr or those technologies that rank on what was known as pr are very old school.

    Simply getting links from (high pr sites) is almost as old school as you can get in seo, and if not handled extremely carefully can actually do more damage then not having the links at all.

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    Edited to add: Here is a discussion we had on the subject about 18 months ago.
    https://www.gpwa.org/forum/page-rank...ar-221974.html

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    Which article directories do you submit the articles to? Are there any good services.
    I used isnare but their server is too often offline.

    On and off page seo is the key to ranking a website in top positions. To get links to a page besides link exchange is difficult.
    There are link building services that offer all kinds of links. They sell more quantity then quality.
    What else can be done besides link buying?
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    I dont submit to any article directories and I would stay away from the article distribution websites, they can do more harm than good having the same content posted out there over and over.

    Quote Originally Posted by cat View Post
    Which article directories do you submit the articles to? Are there any good services.
    I used isnare but their server is too often offline.

    On and off page seo is the key to ranking a website in top positions. To get links to a page besides link exchange is difficult.
    There are link building services that offer all kinds of links. They sell more quantity then quality.
    What else can be done besides link buying?

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    write content and build links to your website.
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