If you have put in the time and effort into
creating your product you will need to make sure
that you maximize your efforts online by making
sure that you are getting traffic to your offer.
Getting traffic is one of the things that
beginner’s leave to last because they a) find it
easy to work on their website and get from basic
HTML done or b) have already tried to do a few
things but saw little or no effects and gave up.
What you need to understand is that there are
many traffic generation strategies out there at
the moment that can help you get those valuable
customers to your site but few are more powerful
then constructing articles on Web 2.0 social
networks like Squidoo!
The great thing about Web 2.0 properties like
Squidoo, Hub Pages etc is that they already have
a high pr ranking with Google so it’s easy for
you to get on the front page of Google for
whatever keywords you are trying to rank for.
Getting your Squidoo lens seen online starts with
doing the right keyword research and finding a
main keyword and associated or lsi keywords to
rank for. I usually check on Google and see if
there is a squidoo lens ranking there already on
the front page as I believe Google likes variety
and is more likely to rank your lens on the front
page is there is not one there already.
I would also put the keyword you want to rank for
in quotes and scroll right to the end to get the
true number of competition pages for those
keywords. You can place your main and LSI
keywords in the keyword section while you are
constructing your lens to maximise the chance of
it being seen online. To give your lens extra
juice with Google you should use pingoat to ping
it when finished and you should also social
bookmark the lens.
These steps above will give you a good grounding
in how to get started with your Squidoo lenses
but if you want to save yourself time and money
and you want to avoid the mistakes that most
marketers make then there’s a full video course
entirely dedicated to this subject to help you.