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WEB DEVELOPMENT

Where traffic really comes from
By: Robert Nixon
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    2007-06-02

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    Now that you have seen how absolutely logical and easy it is to get that much needed traffic to your web site, you can now go ahead and make it happen for you.

    The only obstacle is one: to make a significantly higher number of web pages than those that you currently have, and make these for a wider variety of related keywords than you already have, and optimize them all for the several major search engines, is not exactly a simple task if done manually. The hardest part is the optimization because that is a mathematical and constantly changing thing (the engines use math to rank pages and they constantly change their formulas).

    There are several options available to you to make your work easier.

    You could find a consultant who does this. Usually, this is quite expensive, but the advantage is that you do not have to do anything yourself. You do have to be careful to choose a good consultant and not just anyone trying their luck at this. Your other option is to do it yourself. If you have a lot of time and know-how of the workings of the search engines, you could make templates and run them against your set of keywords to create your pages. The only danger with templates is that you could end up with duplicate pages that spam the engines. And this method can be a messy process.

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