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High Quality Content For High Quality Traffic
By: Joel Osborne
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    Ask any renowned webmaster about the key to online success and he’ll have but one answer: traffic.

    In this day and age, traffic has become the lifeblood of any online enterprise. Your gloriously designed website, for example, would be useless if no one would get to see it. This will take a doubly important turn if you’re trying to sell a digital product through your pages. No matter how sellable your product may be, it will just collect dust in the virtual world if no one would get to know about its existence.

    Traffic, or the number of users who get to visit your web pages, is essential for your site’s existence. More so today when websites are used as vehicles for a number of passive income streams. Many webmasters have enrolled Pay Per Click (PPC) programs such as AdSense to supplement their earnings. These, however, are primarily dependent on the volume of visitors that load your pages. After all, how would you get those clicks if no one would be there to click them?

    How do you get a sustainable amount of traffic then?

    Well, it must first be said that a good 80% of the visitors that would come to your site shall be referred by the many search engines on the net. So it is essential that your site is optimized for them. Your pages must be friendly enough to the search engine spiders – those robotic little creatures that each search engine dispatches to fetch some matches for every search query made by its users – so that your site would be noticeably displayed in the search results.

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