This Website Promotion Strategy GUARANTEES Visitors!

Written by Steve Nash

My name is Steve Nash and I'm a UK-based webmaster of several sites including How I Promote My Website - a free and practical web site promotion guide:

I have a medium-term website promotion strategy that I would like to share with you; it practically guarantees getting visitors to a website! The strategy boils down to this simple and do-able process:

o Find out what people are searching for o Choose a popular topic that has few or no competing websites o Create a site about this topic o Promote web site, paying particular attention to Google

That's it.

All of these steps are relatively easy to achieve too!

=> Find Out What People Are Searching For - What's In Demand

Sign-up to Wordtracker's FREE top 500 keyword report that showsrepparttar 500 most popular search terms onrepparttar 125098 web -

=> Choose A Popular Search Term (Topic) With Few Competing Sites

Choose a few search terms (keywords) fromrepparttar 125099 report above (preferably a search term that you know something about). Feed these search terms into Wordtracker; Wordtracker then generates further keyword combinations that you may not have thought about.

Addrepparttar 125100 most appropriate keywords to Wordtracker's basket. From this basket Wordtracker then determinesrepparttar 125101 popularity of a particular keyword onrepparttar 125102 search engines, andrepparttar 125103 number of competing websites there are for that keyword.

Yes, Wordtracker literally lets you know what your chances of achieving a top 10 search engine position are for a given keyword. (Wordtracker's free trial uses AltaVista asrepparttar 125104 search engine, andrepparttar 125105 unlimited version uses allrepparttar 125106 major search engines, and costs less than a few UK pounds per day.) -

=> Create A Site About This Topic

Write for Publicity

Written by Shelley Lowery

If you're looking for a powerful way to get free publicity and build your credibility atrepparttar same time, then writing articles may be your answer.

If you've been onrepparttar 125097 Internet for a while, you've probably subscribed to a few ezines. Many ezine publishers will include an article written by a guest author. Atrepparttar 125098 end ofrepparttar 125099 article is a few lines of text aboutrepparttar 125100 author referred to as bylines or resource box. These lines of text are basically just an advertisement forrepparttar 125101 writer. They usually contain a couple of lines aboutrepparttar 125102 author and a web address.

The writer givesrepparttar 125103 publisher permission to publish their article, free of charge, in exchange forrepparttar 125104 publisher includingrepparttar 125105 author's bylines.

By writing articles and allowing them to be freely published, your articles will haverepparttar 125106 potential to be viewed by millions of Internet users. They may be published by several ezines with subscriber bases of a few hundred to several thousand. In addition, they may be displayed in ezine archives or on high traffic websites.

Most ezine publishers prefer short articles between 500 and 750 words. Short "tip" articles of just a couple of paragraphs are also very popular. Articles should be formatted to 65 characters per line or less, including spaces, and written in short paragraph sections.

When you begin writing your article, avoid using your standard word processing programs, as they do not allow for proper formatting. Instead, use a text editor such as NotePad. It should already be installed on your desktop.

When you begin typing your article, use a hard carriage return (hit enter) when your text reaches 65 characters, including spaces, and leave a space between your paragraphs. This will enable publishers to easily copy and paste your article into their publication. By takingrepparttar 125107 time to properly format your article, you will increase your chance of being published significantly.

Most publishers receive many article submissions each week and only select a few to be published. Here are some basic guidelines to assist you in getting published:

(1) Make sure you followrepparttar 125108 publishers' submission guidelines. Articles submitted to publishers that don't followrepparttar 125109 submission guidelines will most likely be deleted.

(2) Make sure your article is properly formatted. Publishers won't takerepparttar 125110 time to format your article. They'll simply delete it and move on torepparttar 125111 next article submission.

(3) Keep your bylines down to 6 lines or less. Publishers will not publish articles that contain excessively long bylines.

(4) Select a descriptive title to intrigue your readers. Use a powerful headline that demands attention and try to keep it all on one line.

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