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Jun 18th, 2012, 02:59 PM
I Have A Website What Do I Do Now?
i finally have bought a domain and want to ask is it really necessary to target a specific keyword because i have not done that and can anyone tell me if i choose a keyword for which i don't have much knowledge then how do i produce content on that keyword and any must do things when promoting a new site? and generating traffic on it. My website is like 1 month old and i would like to know when does google evaluate a page rank to my site i mean when will google re check my site for page rank?
My Website Name Is TecknoBuzz if you wanna look at it.
Jul 3rd, 2012, 09:43 AM
So what were you planning to do with your site?
Jul 3rd, 2012, 10:10 AM
Keywords are Important
By following standard SEO methods such as choosing and implementing certain keywords, your site will be more likely to be found in the search engines.
It depends what the website is for if you are looking to sell, advertise or blog about something that you wish people other than friends or family to see then you definately need a key word plan.
Use the google keyword tool to get reccomended words around your subject which you can target generally words with low competition and higher search results are the best to target. It's best to build up your reputation as a website before targeting hard keyword terms.
Google will crawl your site once its been registered in the search engines but will visit it more if there is updated content and frequent activitey such as new blogs. The more often its crawled the greater chance you will have of ranking higher for your keywords.
My advice is to choose your keywords and implement them in the right area's such as meta tags and page headings etc.
If you don't know much about your subject your need to do reading on that area.
Jul 20th, 2012, 10:36 AM
Saadasad, it really depends on what you intend to use your website for. Do you want it to be just a hobby site? Do you hope to make money from it? Do you want to attract a community of like-minded people? If so, for what purpose?
I've owned a domain for a long time that has just sat there because I've never decided just what I want to do with it. (Can't say it's exactly been high priority for me). Think about where you want to go with your site; once you get that straight in your head, and can tell us, we can advise you better.
All of this is just a long way of saying "what jsteele said."
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