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SEO tutorial

By Edited Jan 21, 2014 3 15

Increase traffic to your site

increase page views
Getting visitors once your site or article is published can be ominous. Here are a few tips to increase exposure, get Internet browsers to your site, by pointing them in the right direction and increase page views. Optimize the traffic to your site and make more money.

Okay, a short lesson in SEO, easy to understand one page tutorial for basic SEO.
That's Search Engine Optimization, which will incease traffic to your site and put you on the road to accomplishing your goals.


When your article or site is published, here's an example, copy the URL: http://www.infobarrel.com/homemade-mustard
And post it at these major search engines: Yahoo, Bing, and Google. Then it becomes indexed with Dogpile.
Here are the URL posting sites:

YAHOO, you'll have to create an account:

http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/submit

Bing, no account needed:

http://www.bing.com/webmaster/SubmitSitePage.aspx

Google:
http://www.google.com/addurl/


Set up bookmark accounts:
I use Snipsly and  Stumbleupon.
 

Read information on StumbleUpon, a smart Internet marketng tool for increasing traffic to your site.

Earn money from Snipsly with Google Adsense.

Market your site or URL for increased page views:

Make bookmarks, use a different title at each bookmark site, like "how to make homemade mustard" and write just a few sentences for each article, enter the original URL in the bookmark space as a link. Do not reuse your first paragraph, but instead write a few sentences, using your keywords.


You can also link your photo on Snipsly to your original article's URL. On all the bookmarks, you'll have to choose tags, or keywords, which you will use in your bookmark. Do not copy word for word from your original piece. Write something different for each bookmark to increase traffic and page views.

Then publish the bookmark from each site, copy and submit that URL to the three search engines, Yahoo, Bing, and Google. So in reality when someone searches for homemade mustard, your article will be revealed under the bookmarks and the InfoBarrel URLs, but all with different titles, pointing to your original article.

So maybe you'll have:
"How to make homemade mustard"
"Make your own mustard"
"Homemade mustard recipe"

all pointing to your original URL:

"Homemade Mustard"

It takes about a half an hour to do each article. But it makes a difference.


When you Tweet your article, use hashmarks (#), like this:


http://www.infobarrel.com/homemade-mustard #mustard-recipe #condiment 

Remove language, keep it short and sweet, enhance your URL with extra #contacts. Also, Tweet more than once at different times for different time zone readers. This makes a difference. Use su.pr.com to shorten your URLs and schedule tweets at different times and various days. Post the original URL on your Facebook page and Google+.

This SEO tutorial, basic SEO, search engine optimization, should lead to more page views and more money.

 

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Comments

Aug 24, 2010 12:57pm
divaonline
Excellent information from a knowledgeable writer who follows her own advice! Thanks for sharing you valuable tips.
Aug 25, 2010 7:33am
eileen
Gosh I would never have thought of doing it like that yes I back link and I had heard you can back link your back links but was not sure how that worked
thanks for opening my eyes to this.
Aug 25, 2010 4:10pm
Lynsuz
Thanks Sharon for the SEO tutorial. Will try it to get more page views and increase traffic to market my site.
Aug 26, 2010 5:46pm
Deborah-Diane
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! I know that you write a lot for a variety of sites, and I really appreciate it that your shared your expertise with the rest of us.
Aug 28, 2010 5:53pm
Lynsuz
I just did a bing for you on this and a backlink in snipsly. Hope it helps you. Will do one on xomba as well.
Nov 11, 2010 6:48am
dpeach
Great tips! I was doing most of these, but you opened my eyes to other things. One of the things is treating the backlinks as important content. I was just creating them for their effect on SEO, not because they should be valuable in and of themselves.
Jan 16, 2011 12:03am
aneesharyan
Great info ad straight talk for the newbies
Aug 17, 2011 5:37pm
danmont
Good article; I started using Google.com/Bookmarks but do you know how useful it is? I don't think it is dofollow and I am not sure how to change to settings from private to public view.
Aug 18, 2011 12:06pm
Ddraig
This all gives me a headache. I still try and store all information I learn in my head. That is just an impossibility. This should be simplified enough to stay there. Thank you so much.
Dec 2, 2011 6:10am
wordfrolic
Nice! I have been trying to find out more about directory submissions and backlinking stuff, and your article really helps a lot. I guess, all that's left for me to do is to write something and practice what you have shared here.
I appreciate your article a lot.
Dec 4, 2011 2:44am
SharonWatterson
thank you, wordfrolic, have edited a bit recently, as some sites have changed since this was written, but think it's a basic current model for SEO now. :)
Dec 3, 2011 4:41pm
AuroraWindsor
Nice clear article in SEO and backlinking. Your examples were easy to understand.
Dec 4, 2011 2:46am
SharonWatterson
Thank you, sometimes think I need a course in Google, tried to present this SEO tutorial as simply as possible. :)
Aug 22, 2012 12:05pm
atif-ghr
"On all the bookmarks, you'll have to choose tags, or keywords, which you will use in your bookmark. Do not copy word for word from your original piece. Write something different for each bookmark to increase traffic and page views.

Then publish the bookmark from each site, copy and submit that URL to the three search engines, Yahoo, Bing, and Google. So in reality when someone searches for homemade mustard, your article will be revealed under the bookmarks and the InfoBarrel URLs, but all with different titles, pointing to your original article"

i really didn't get this part, can anyone help?

Aug 23, 2012 7:15pm
SharonWatterson
Write original snippets about your article, all with different titles, and submit them to sites which accept 100 words of less, i.e. twitter, facebook, snipsley, etc. Choose appropriate keywords where possible and use those keywords in your snippets with a link to your article. Then submit those URLs to the three major search engines. This creates a web, all pointing back to your original.
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