|ads on sites,not getting clicks|
no clicks on ads
|ten foot ted|
| 12:48 am on Aug 9, 2008 (gmt 0)|
got 4 new sites,got paying ads on all.same old story,sites are unknown by the engines.I am going through the slow and tedious process of engine submissions,link exchanges,even traffic exchanges.Anybody out there in my boat?
| 3:00 pm on Aug 9, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I can not figureout the exact picture of your website, but If you want to increase ads clicks and either wanted to make them into prospect, there is need to put text ads within the relevant context, and use killer description for link exchanging ads, etc. Use legal ethics such as proper link with descriptive text, proper ad page landing, etc.
| 12:23 am on Aug 12, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I think he's saying the search engines don't know about his site yet. He is not ranking well enough for his target terms for anyone to find him in the search results.
Assuming your 'on page' content, title, h1s, etc have already been optimized, link development should be your focus. Without inbound links you'll continue to be unknown to the engines. Careful about how you 'acquire' your links and the rate at which you acquire them. Make it look natural and gradual with a good mix of PRs and sources - web sites, blogs, press releases, etc...
[edited by: ZydoSEO at 12:24 am (utc) on Aug. 12, 2008]
| 8:03 pm on Aug 22, 2008 (gmt 0)|
OK I would forget about traffic exchanges and link exchanges, they are all old news and will do little if anything to actually help you. In order to build traffic you need to think like a search engine.
In order for a search engine to know your site exists you need to have liks pointing to your site. Think of a link as a road, not only can users find your site by travelling down this road, so can search engines.
When a search engine finds your site along a link, it classes this as a vote for your site from the linking site, this is why I recommend against link exchanges, if a site votes for you (links to you) and you return the vote (return link) then one vote pretty much cancels out the other.
You need to aim for one way links to your site, try and get the links from sites that are related, for example web directory categories that focus on your topic, topical directories and content sites that are based on the same theme as your own website.
Do not expect this process to be quick, it takes months for search engines to even list your site, let alone rank it. be prepared to wait several months before you see any results at all.
Hope this gives you some ideas.