Amazing site, but what's next?
Your website is amazing, full of information with inspiring, unique and absorbing content. Your onsite SEO is optimized, and the Mr. Google and the big boys know what your site is about and are able to crawl your website seamlessly.
But what's next?
Well, two things: Link Building and Social Media.
Google loves links, it was love at first site. ( pun intended )
Every link Google that sees is like a poll. For example, let's say that Forbes was interviewing one of our talented designers at Flagship design and the subject was best SEO Companies and in the interview there is a link to the Flagship Design website - Google Bots will see that link and say:
"Wow! Forbes is a very reputable, popular site, with millions of readers. We reckon these readers will follow this link. If the Flagship Design website was a poorly built website, with a bad quality and rubbish content, these Forbes readers would be angry and have a bad user experience with Forbes. So therefore, that must mean Forbes only links to the best reputable websites with good user experience for the readers. This website must be of the highest quality, this would look good in search results and the kind our searchers love to find."
And before you know it, not only will you get lots of website views from interested following your link from the article, your search rankings will also go up for your keywords terms.
These are exactly the sorts of links that Flagship Design build: links that are relevant, highly analysed, viable and according to our clients description '' ubertastic! ''. We look at link building as an important part of PR campaign. We thoroughly analyse and study before we start every link building campaign, looking up industry competitors, researching target consumers and also your business. We then gather all of this data and identify the best possible online destinations for your links. We have partnered with some reputable Magazines, blogs and website to ensure the best quality back links.We will also post to other Articles, popular Blogs, guest post on Online Magazines, Newspapers, Forums and Websites.
Who is the Big Bad Link?
There some bad guys trying to trick search engines with their links; these links do not provide any positive user experience nor are they there for people to follow in any sort of way.
These Links are normally from spammy comment on blogs and forums and generated from Link Farms and Link Networks, they are often not relevant using automatic directory and article submissions and also bad quality paid links.
This sort Link Building in the SEO world is known as spam. This sort of method provided quick and easy results in the past (although Flagship Design always did things the proper way - Sparta style) but these days it will not only get you into trouble, but you will run the risk Google saying pfft to you site and end up getting penalties or delisted.
Link building is a delicate and very important part of a SEO campaign,
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Forum posting and article posting is good way of link building.It will help us more traffic to our site
So if I post check out my website at http://www.MyPleasureBox.com on this many times and say please click and and check it out I will get ranked higher? How about saying go and like my facebook page too while your at it because we are having a FREE giveaway this friday. https://www.facebook.com/mypleasurebox
For reference - multiple links to the same domain on the same page especially with the same anchor text is not good SEO, might be worth cutting down on that a little, for SEO reasons and because it can come across as a little too self promotional!
@Lora Regarding to the first post:
So if I post check out my website at http://www.MyPleasureBox.com on this many times and say please click and and check it out I will get ranked higher?
No you should not, this is spamming and search engines do not like that. Instead, post relevant topics to appropriate forums, social networks would be a good habit to adopt.
How about using different domain name variations to point to one site.. Like having MyPleasureBox.com as the default and using domains like MyFunBox.com , MyFunChest.com etc.. would that help or hurt SEO?
There is no harm to own multiple websites ( unless there is a negative history associated with them ) but I would focus all of your seo efforts onto one domain - like mentioned before, just keep things relevant and not spammy!
Mally - Flagship Design