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Promoting single subject blog

unusual question I suppose...

7:29 am on Apr 29, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I'm trying to promote my web site. Having over 100 pages, but the on page text can only be in a pre-defined format. I got some result by editing title, description tags and url formats but I'm not able to go over 30 visits per day...
I cannot add any text in that pages, so I cannot futhertly improve onpage factors.
Got a hundred of good backlinks, but nothing seems to like google...

Any suggestion?

Thanks in advance

[edited by: mademetop at 2:07 am (utc) on Apr 30, 2010]
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8:31 am on Apr 29, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I have a similar hobby site, one of the problems was that, being heavy on the metaphors, what the subject was about might never actually appear on the page.

I've addressed this in two ways:

Firstly, with the subject trails; pages that list all the articles on the site on, or mentioning, a particular topic (in decreasing order of relevance). That isn't going to be easy to manage on a blog though. I manage all my topics and topic entries through a custom database and scripting which also allows me to spit out related poems on a subject in a side column of the article page itself.

Secondly, I haven't gotten around to doing this for all the older pages yet but, for each new article, I also write an about page, containing information such as what was the original inspiration, how did certain ideas occur while writing etc. Much easier to work keywords into these pages.

[edited by: mademetop at 2:11 am (utc) on Apr 30, 2010]
[edit reason] Made less specific as per T&Cs [/edit]


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