The Ultimate Web Traffic Myth


 The Ultimate Web Traffic Myth

Are you looking for a way to improve your site's pageviews, increase the number of people sharing your posts, or get more emails from readers? There is one myth that will give you all of these results and more. It's so powerful that it can literally work overnight. And even if you're skeptical, I'll put my money where my mouth is and share with you everything it takes to make this happen.

It's time to debunk the often repeated myth that "more content = better," because anybody who knows anything about creating a successful website will tell you otherwise. In fact, there are many important factors which need to be optimized like bounce rate, competitive keywords, social media mentions and shares, etc. and these are often overlooked in the "content is king" world.

I've heard people say this time and time again, and it never fails to annoy me because there is so much more to having an engaging site than simply adding more pages. If that were true, why aren't the websites of sports teams or political candidates completely dominating the search engines? Clearly content isn't all that matters.

Instead, a website needs to be full of quality content, quality links, high-quality images (where appropriate), good user experience (again where appropriate), etc. That's what will work best for you and your business – not simply having piles of words on a page with no strategic direction behind them.

For example, you may need to write a hundred blog posts over the next year, but it won't be limited to that one hundred posts. In fact, I'd argue that you need to build a website that generates steady organic traffic for years down the road. You don't want to be spending your time creating one hundred "throwaway" blog posts with no direction behind them if you can help it.

While having 100 pages on your website may look great when trying to impress people with your results, the truth is that Google sees all of those pages as just one page in their eyes because they are all part of the same website. The same goes for all of the other search engines as well. If you started a website and didn't do anything but build a hundred pages on it, Google would see your page count as one hundred, not one thousand.

I've seen this happen so many times – people create several pages on their site (with little to no traffic or direction behind them) and then they go to each search engine and add a new page (with the same content). This is not going to help you improve the overall number of pages that Google sees for any keyword that is related to your site's focus. That's just one bad practice among many others plaguing otherwise good SEO experts.

Next up: a quick overview of what the "Ultimate Web Traffic Myth" is and how it can help you improve the number of pages that Google sees, along with your overall organic search traffic.

Don't get caught up in just one hundred blog posts…build something far more important than that. It doesn't matter if Google doesn't see them as the "ultimate" page on your site – you already have these links, they are a powerful tool to help boost your search engine rankings, and now you know all of the best practices for getting them out there.

Conclusion: We've covered a lot of ground in this article and it all ties in together, so it's worth reading through a few times to fully understand everything. If you're looking for more tips on how to improve your website traffic through link building, see my report on The Ultimate Link Building Toolkit.

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What do you think about the Ultimate Web Traffic Myth? Could Google look at a hundred pages and see them as one page, or do you think that their might be other factors involved? Let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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