To find the authority site in your niche or on any particular topic, simply go to a search engine, type in a keyword, and view the top 3 results that appear in the natural (organic, not pay-per-click) results. These are typically the authority sites for the keywords you entered.
Now, make sure that you are offering value with your hubs. This website is more than just another content marketing site; it’s a business asset. Not only can you drive traffic to your websites, you can also earn revenue from their ad program. And this is a very effective way to create passive income for you business and accumulate a marketing budget.
Don’t worry as this is one thing that you can learn and even master in no time as the process is pretty straightforward. Know your target audience. Having a clear idea of the people that you’re writing for will surely make a lot of difference. Knowing what they want and what they do not want will help you easily figure out what to use/include and what not to use/include on your content. Research these people and build relationship with them as soon as possible. My advice is to make time to join them on forums and related blogs. Read their posts and you’ll surely get an idea about their specific needs, demands, and preferences.
So, how does a 45 year old, computer illiterate, career carpenter, who just got his very first computer, transition from the rough and tumble world of building million dollar custom homes, to the fast paced world of Internet marketing? What are my seven secrets to success? Well, grab a pencil and take some notes. Regardless of your back-ground, you can do this too.
II. Contact Companies Directly: Practically every business that is online needs some type of content, eg, blog posts, newsletter material, updated web content, etc. So contact businesses directly. They’re easy to find online via their social media profiles and, their websites. Not only will you be cutting out the middle man (eg, job boards), you will be cutting down on your competition too.
Do they understand search engine optimisation, and offer this as a service? You may not be interested in having search engine optimisation performed on your website today, but it is an inevitable path you need to take at some point, and not having a website designed in a search engine friendly manner from the beginning will likely cost you a lot more to have your site redesigned at a later stage.
Next and I can confirm this will happen, frustration sets in.as you rock from one action to the next actually feeling that you are on the see-saw, but not moving forward. So you hire more staff and have more issues to manage.oh where has your time gone now?