Seecrets On Search Engines: Joe Nogood Becomes President In Landslide Victory

Written by Stan Seecrets

This article introduces keywords, relevancy and possible abuses of search engines whimsically. It is an experiment to portray current Internet events and issues (where angels fear to tread) in a lighthearted perhaps entertaining manner. Joe Nogood and are fictional but copyrighted. Below is a conversation between Joe and his longtime buddy, Stan.

[Author’s note: Some may have read portions of this article before – you can proceed torepparttar next section. This author apologizes for his human error.]

Joe runs for Political Office

Joe: Let’s go and visit DMV.

Stan: DMV? You’ve just renewed your driving license last week.

Joe: Notrepparttar 150896 Department of Motor Vehicles, you dummy. The Drunkards of Mountain View – they’re so fixated on brandy, burgundy, booze stuff (referring to Google’s search algorithms’ names). They are drunk with their own success.

Stan: What name will they use for their next algorithm?

Joe: BS.

Stan: But, BS is an organic matter. What has that got to do with booze?

Joe: Ah,repparttar 150897 Danes use plenty of that stuff to make methane gas. By using genetically modified bacteria, you can use this BS stuff to make ethane gas,repparttar 150898 precursor of ethanol – pure 200-proof alcohol.

Stan: Why visit these drunkards then?

Joe: All their rankings stuff are BS. Somehow, they managed to convincerepparttar 150899 whole world and make a lot of money inrepparttar 150900 process. They may provide a few pointers on how to be President.

Stan: President?

Joe: By using DMV in our pages, DMV is related to roads and being a middle-of-the-road candidate, we’ll occupy all top 100 rankings for all our web pages. Joe I. Nogood is running for President withrepparttar 150901 slogan "I NoGood".

Web Content: How Much Should I Pay?

Written by Joel Walsh

How much should you pay for web content? It depends on what you can expect to get back on your investment. Find out how a web content writer can increase your site's revenue 20% or more.

When web content gets discussed on webmaster bulletin boards,repparttar most common question is, "how much should I pay?" That question is both perfectly logical, and perfectly stupid:

Logical, becauserepparttar 150854 biggest expense of any website, withrepparttar 150855 possible exceptions of advertising and promotion, isrepparttar 150856 content. You only have to get web development and design once, but content needs to be added regularly for your site to be successful.

Stupid, becauserepparttar 150857 real question isn't how much you are going to pay, but how much you are going to invest. Your content, if it's done right, will make you money. In fact, it can easily make back its cost within a month. Sorepparttar 150858 real question you should ask a web content provider is: how much will it make me?

Calculating Your Web Content's Value

Ultimately, your web content isrepparttar 150859 one part of your site that makes you money. The code, design, and even traffic, while important, are not what ultimately get a visitor to take action. You have to tell or ask visitors to take action. Telling and asking take words.

Small changes in your web content can make big differences inrepparttar 150860 bottom line. Take a look:

Advertising/affiliate revenue

Let's say you have a web page that averages $25/day in revenue from advertising and/or affiliate links. You have a professional writer optimizerepparttar 150861 content onrepparttar 150862 page to get more clicks. Watch what happens:

If just 20% more visitors click on affiliate or advertising links, your revenue will increase $5/day, $150/month, and $1825/year. If your page maintains its current level of traffic for three more years, that's a $5475 increase, just for that one page.

But it gets better:repparttar 150863 improvements torepparttar 150864 page will easily increase traffic by 20%, as more visitors return, more visitors refer your site to friends, and more webmasters, bloggers and others link to your site. That brings a total of $6570 more revenue from that page over three years.

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