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Do I have to have a lot of content in order to drive traffic from SE?
jimmychuang




msg:3706450
 4:19 pm on Jul 24, 2008 (gmt 0)

Do I have to have a lot of content in order to drive traffic from search engine?

I have poor writing skills(and how do u think?), so if I have to write my own blog, I need to hire a ghost writer. At least rewrite my article.

The cost will be expensive to me(my salary is very small), I could only afford $50 to per month.

If I have to hire ghostwriter, I will have only 5 new articles per month.

If I really lack of budge, what should I write?

For example, if I want to sell marketing products such as software, ebooks, what should I write on my blog. Is product review a good decision?

Another example, if I want to have a gambling blog, will gambling articles convert to sales? Or only site reviews convert to sales?

And the biggest problem is, a website has such a few content, is it possible to drive 1000 visitors per day from search engine without joint venture or buying traffic?

 

JamieBrown




msg:3706489
 4:53 pm on Jul 24, 2008 (gmt 0)

If writing is not one of your strengths, you could do something else. If you're a software developer, you could develop a fantastic service for finding, categorising and listing ebooks. If you're a budding videographer you could do video reviews of niche products and host them on your site. If you're a gambling expert, you could put together some basic software to calculate odds or something.

Driving traffic from search engines isn't all about lots of text (although some text is highly recommended!) its more about adding value and then using that to drive relevant backlinks.

In some ways, there are so many blogs out there that these days that's probably one of the last ways I'd recommend starting a project. Its extremely hard to be competitive and successful in that sphere now.

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