Attracting not only the right audience but also the search engines

It is one thing to have a fabulous ecommerce website but quite another to attract visitors who will purchase from you and keep coming back. Remember that your website is your shop window, take some time to think about how you wish to display your goods and how you want your ‘window’ to look so that it will be attractive not only to people but also to the search engines. It is vital to attract the right audience and appeal to the audience you wish to attract. Getting a new website noticed by the search engines can be a slow process but there are many things you can do to help yourself.

Whenever you’re putting a new website online there’s no simple way to attract lots of visitors. Social media allows for a much faster viral growth process. But ultimately you need to find different marketing outlets to build up links, so more people will find your website over time.

I want to share a few tips for Internet marketing which should be done right after a new website launch. There is a laundry list of trends you can follow which really bring attention to newer websites. And of course this isn’t an exhaustive list, but merely a guide for getting started. Different niche websites will benefit from various marketing strategies, and it’s up to you to determine which of these content-specific strategies will work best!

Generate Lots of Backlinks

A backlink is basically any anchor href which points to a page on your website. Right after launching online the best way to gain credibility is by linking directly to your homepage. You can build these links quickly by creating social profiles on websites like Twitter, Digg, StumbleUpon, and others.

Another quick way for gaining backlinks is through blog comments. If there are blogs online in your niche it’s worthwhile to visit some articles and drop a few comments. Even 3-4 comments a day will rack up tremendously over a couple weeks’ time. And those comments will stay online forever as long as the website stays up and doesn’t prune older articles. Click here to continue

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