Doorway Pages, Landing Pages or Squeeze Pages are some of the most converting or Dollar generating pages that you can construct…
I will give you an awesome system in a minute for building super converting pages, but first some tips about Google and how to make your pages not look like a thin affiliate site. As Google will squash you like a bug if they think the sole purpose of your site is to move your customers along an affiliate pipeline.
First build content: 5 pages of content will do. Have your home page lnk or navigate to the pages. Then have these pages link to at least one of the other content pages and to the home page. (re-read the last paragraph and understand it)
The page names should reflect your target keywords.
Ex: home page—– baby-bottles.html—-cool-baby-stuff.html—-bottles-for-babies.html—-babies-like-drinking-from-bottles.html
Do not have your pages say: products1.html—-products2.html
OK: align your titles with your pages:
(Home Page) great baby bottles,baby bottles,cool baby bottles – babybottles.com
(Baby-Botlles.html) baby bottles, great baby bottles, cool baby bottles – babybottles.com
(cool-baby-bottles) cool baby bottles, great baby bottles, baby bottles – babybottles.com
Look at the structure of the last 2 titles and move your keywords along systematically as you “Theme your Pages”
Now Start Here to see how to build really cool squeeze pages, landing pages, and doorway pages. And remember think 3 dimensionally about this stuff as you need to make passive income.
Or “How to Make Money While I’m Asleep or on Vacation”
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I am a huge fan of off page SEO or optimization. Things like this Blog, Feedburner, Flickr, You Tube, MySpace, Facebook etc. There is an amazing amount of interlinking and blazing fast indexing that can take your site straight out of the sandbox.
Try this, then thank me by commenting here and giving me some link love.
Open a blog here call it whateveryouwant.wordpress.com but make sure that your sitename and or products are represented in the title URL. So if your selling baby bottles have it be something like babybottles.wordpress.com. Then post a story about your product or something interesting, then link a couple times to “interior” pages on your site, not just your home page. With me so far? Good…
Now take the pictures that you would normally upload to your blog and go to Flickr and set up a similar account over there. Upload your pictures and add descriptions like baby bottle from baby bottles.com
Then go back to wordpress and go into widgets and ad the Flickr widget. Hold down your control key and click on it then fill in the info from Flickr. Guess what? Now your Flickr images are showing up in the right nav of you wordpress homepage. 🙂
Now go back to widgets and add the RSS option. Go back to your wordpress homepage and go to the bottom and click your new RSS feed icon and copy the RSS Feed URL.
Go to Feedburner and tell them about your new blog and subscribe your feed to them.
You’re going global baby.
Tomorrow, see if your new blog is getting traffic in wordpress blog stats and you’ll be amazed that traffic will be coming from Google, Feedburner, WordPress etc.
Then just keep it interesting and rolling. Oh, one other thing remember the Link Love.
When rebuilding or changing websites, I often want to eliminate some pages or change the page names for existing pages.
Examples might be:
New content, bad page names that aren’t specific, algo changes or just a change in the theme concept for the site. In the past I have had page names like internet_marketing.html that due to current algo concepts I wanted to change to internet-marketing.html. Maybe you had a poll up at one time that was indexed and people are still landing on the poll and bouncing away.
It’s so easy to forget to go into your .htaccess file and drop in a redirect.
Redirect /olddirectory/oldfile.html http://yoursite.com/newdirectory/newfile.html
Many, Many companies and individuals will roll out a new site redesign only to have their page rank flushed away on the first re-cache of their site. This also has a huge impact if you have inbound links to the old pages.
“Friends don’t let friends forget 301 redirects”
Hey I guess it’s time for some self promotion or at least brand management. I, Scott White have been involved in SEO since I started a Fleet Management business in the early 90’s.
I built data collection software that was adopted by Kelloggs, Boise Cascade, Walmart Subcontractors etc. We were flying around the country showing our wares as wares were shown at that time. It became painfully obvious that if we could engage our customers in our products before our initial visit then our sales call became a closing opportunity instead of a “hey look, I don’t have horns growing out of my head meeting”. The initial meeting turned into a “great, you’ve seen the products how many do you want” sort of meeting as opposed to “Hi, I’m Scott and blah blah blah”, you get the idea.
Our websites became the focus of our intentions to preload a closing opportunity. So Webex, Power Point and Email replaced Plane Tickets, Rental Cars, and Hotels.
It became paramount to optimize our website to accomplish that goal. Now remember these were the halcyon days of SEO when http://www.babybottles.com could lead droves of customers to your site only because your URL had your product embedded in it. Some of our medium sized customers began noticing that we were getting pretty good at “going where the people are or drawing them to us”, that they asked us to SEO their sites as well.
Well, a million algo changes later here we are. I sold the Fleet Management company and kept the SEO side because it’s alot more fun.
I am currently involved heavily in helping my customers adapt to Universal Search and am currently unable to accept consulting projects in the educational field.
The move to Universal Search sticks a fork in organic search.
I shall explain:
Up until now good old SEO would give you a fighting chance at ranking on Google’s search result pages and your site could be 1 out of 10 sites listed on that coveted 1st page.
With the introduction of Google Video (YOU TUBE), Google Books, Google Products, Google Scholar into the search result mix. Your chance of showing up on the first page just moved to 1 in 5 or less.
For the non believers, open a new tab right now and do a Google search for “Foo Fighters”
Do you see the changes? Google News, Google(YOUTUBE), etc……….. Spooky
Anyway, what’s going on is a monetizing of the organic search results. Normally offlimits to all the search engines this center area is now fair game as Google will sell ads on the youtube search results. Now I can buy an ad on the foo fighters video that will run a crawl line along while the video is playing.
Mom and Pop web sites will be relegated to the second or third pages.
Two things need to happen, either users will get used to clicking to the second or third pages to start looking. Or, web sites will need to estabilsh themselves in Googles parallel programs. Get some original video content in YOUTUBE, create an E-Book, Hotlink to your images on Flickr etc.
Think Multimedia………. then find a location on the web thats NOT your website for your multimedia then link to it and it to you.
I read an article yesterday that indicated that the code obfusctaor (above) would be a great addition for any site that has an affiliate realtionship and wants to bypass the “thin site” rules for Google.
The tool will work beautifully for it’s intended purpose……..but…….
I don’t see how it’s white hat for starters and secondly it violates the human/robots visibility rules. (If the robot see’s anything different than what a visitor will see it penalizes the site).
This stems from flash swap rules and general SEO rule bending. The most generalized versions of this happen when a web builder lists the same keyword in the background of a site then blends it in with the background color.
SEO techniques “are a changin” to paraphrase Bob Dylan.
The introduction of universal search is going to make SEO alot more difficult to get your site to show up above the fold or in prominence on the first page of Google. Unless you have videos, products or books that can accompany your web marketing efforts.
SEO will remain very important but secondary marketing in a parallel Google programs will be essential for maximum SEO exposure. The fact that Google owns :”YOUTUBE” means that with universal search, they will now draw search results from “you tube” and if your site doesn’t have content in youtube, your normal search results for your site have just slipped down a notch or two.
If you don’t have Video, a published e-book (Google Books) or products for sale (Google Products), guess what??? you’re now on the second page.
Welcome to “Universal Search”