How are YOU building traffic?

It’s been a long-time practice to boost your website traffic and ranking by building links from relevant websites to your site.  With all of the Google updates over the past few years, you might be wondering if you should bother with link building at all.  Here’s what Website Magazine says:

CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT

The creation of quality, relevant content is the cornerstone of any link building program. Content can be created both on your website or as a separate piece that lives off your website. The more people like the content, the more they will read it and share it – musts to drive links and traffic. Content does not have to be text, although in some cases text is preferred. Content can be photographs, video, infographics, ebooks – the list goes on.

CREATE AUTHORITY

With the information that passes on the Internet, it is hard to decipher what is the best information. Companies need to lead in the ‘expert’ arena. By providing a consistent voice on topics appropriate to your company – via content, social media, PR – it will help distinguish the content you produce and help the chances of your content being shared.

– See more at: http://www.websitemagazine.com/content/blogs/posts/archive/2013/08/27/10-ways-to-rethink-link-building.aspx

So, are YOU creating content?  Would you even know where to start?  I know many business owners that don’t think they have the skill, creativity, time, etc., to do it – but it really doesn’t have to take a lot of that to do a passable job.  Want to know how?  Let’s talk.  🙂

 

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