7 Tips for using your FAQ page to Generate Free Traffic

Written by Leah J Bradshaw

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5. Use keyword rich link text to link to your individual FAQ pages. Link text will help any page to rank higher inrepparttar search engines

6. Make an index page with a link to allrepparttar 142252 FAQ pages you have created. This would like a little mini site map for bothrepparttar 142253 visitor andrepparttar 142254 search engines to index your FAQ pages.

7. Use keyword rich link text to link to your FAQ index page. For example if your website is onrepparttar 142255 topic of SAearch Engine Optimization you could use "SEO Terms and FAQ's" for your link text instead of just FAQ's. Everyone should have a FAQ or "terms" page to help bring in traffic that is searching for your topic. FAQ pages also provide valuable content for website visitors who are looking for information on a specific topic, or a term related to that topic.

Leah J. Bradshaw is the author of the Free Targeted Traffic Report; "Jumpstart Your Traffic in as Little as 10 Days". She also authors a href="http://www.wahm-blog.blogspot.com/" rel="nofollow">Moms Free Traffic Blog to help work at home moms get free traffic.

What is Wiki?

Written by S. Housley

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What can Wikis be used for? Wikis have spawned some interesting uses, includingrepparttar development of knowledge bases on both intranets andrepparttar 141983 Internet. Product documentation, tutorials and online FAQs are increasingly created using Wiki collaboration. Other collaborative Wiki projects that have been spawned include a Wiki dictionary and directory of famous quotes.

Wikitionary - Wikitionary, a collaborative project to produce a free multilingual dictionary in every language, with definitions, etymologies, pronunciations and quotations. - http://en.wiktionary.org

Wiki Quote - Wikiquote, a free online compendium of quotations in every language, including sources (where known), and translations of non-English quotes. - http://en.wikiquote.org

Ultimately, Wikis are ideally suited for internal corporate projects or committee groups, when all individuals participating haverepparttar 141984 same goals in mind. Potential exists for significant abuse when Wikis remain open in competitive areas.

Overall, Wikis are influential, shaping collaborative online content development, and are likely to become increasingly popular. Sadly, as a Wiki's popularity grows, it is likely Wiki abuse will grow.

About the Author: Sharon Housley manages marketing for FeedForAll http://www.feedforall.com software for creating, editing, publishing RSS feeds and podcasts. In addition Sharon manages marketing for NotePage http://www.notepage.net a wireless text messaging software company.

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