7 Tips for using your FAQ page to Generate Free Traffic

Written by Leah J Bradshaw

FAQ pages are an often overlooked way to generate free traffic to your website. Many people don't realizerepparttar potential they have. Here are seven tips for using your FAQ page for traffic.

1. Put each question, and answer to that question on a seperate keyword rich page. By doing this you are developing content for your website that is on topic, search engine friendly, and easy forrepparttar 142252 visitor to find, both from your website and inrepparttar 142253 search engines.

2. Research keywords people are using to find information onrepparttar 142254 topic of your website, these arerepparttar 142255 FAQ's you should be answering as well asrepparttar 142256 questions asked by your customers. Many times it is easier to rank well inrepparttar 142257 search engines for these terms. Answer common questions onrepparttar 142258 topic of your website, not just questions about your product.

3. When doing your keyword research use phrases like "how to", "learn", and other phrases a person might use when looking for information on a specific topic.

4. Putrepparttar 142259 chosen keyword people are using to search for your topic inrepparttar 142260 title ofrepparttar 142261 page, and naturally withinrepparttar 142262 body ofrepparttar 142263 page. Makerepparttar 142264 page simple with little or no graphics and a link back to bothrepparttar 142265 index of your FAQ and your home page.

What is Wiki?

Written by S. Housley

What is Wiki? Wiki is web server software that allows users to contribute content. Collaboration isrepparttar key to Wiki, which is designed as a powerful system for online communities to build web pages and web sites. Unlike blogs and forums, all users are allowed to contribute and edit existing content. Wiki is derived fromrepparttar 141983 Hawaiian term "wiki wiki" meaning "quick". The concept behind a Wiki is that collaboration on projects will move it along quicker.

Wikis generally allow web pages to be written, edited and created collectively in a web browser. Wiki supports hyperlinks and simple text. Most Wikis are open, and allow any userrepparttar 141984 ability to editrepparttar 141985 contents of a Wiki web page. While some say this opensrepparttar 141986 concept to abuse, Wiki moderators and self-policing inrepparttar 141987 Wiki sector appear to be taking hold. Wiki supporters generally feel that it is generally easier to correct mistakes than createrepparttar 141988 content from scratch. Wikipedia is a standing symbol of what many would consider a succesful Wiki.

Wikipedia - Wikipedia is a popular content encyclopedia that anyone can edit. http://www.wikipedia.com

Other topic-specific Wikis like Robin Good's RSS Wiki are proving that collaborative efforts in niche markets can work.

RSS Wiki - http://www.masternewmedia.org/reports/newsmasterstoolkit/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

It is true that Wikis are open to abuse, but by design, it is very easy for a Wiki moderator or other editor to revertrepparttar 141989 Wiki to how it appeared prior to edits, essentially rolling backrepparttar 141990 Wiki and removing any content deemed inappropriate or unrelated. Many Wikis trackrepparttar 141991 IP address of visitors and editors, making it easy to track changes and roll back any edits from individuals that appear to be abusing their privileges. In rare cases Wiki operators can protect pages, making them read-only, which restricts any edits from occurring. While such actions are againstrepparttar 141992 true Wiki philosophy, restrictions can be used to preserverepparttar 141993 structure of fully-developed Wikis and protect pages from abuse.

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