What Makes Content Catchy and Money-Making?
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The best way to get visitors and keep them coming back is to provide content they want to read -- and not just read, but talk about and link to. But what makes content this special? Keep reading.
Did you read that article online about Barack Obama? Did you catch that video of Paris Hilton? Did you see it, did you hear about it, did you spot that in your searches? People talk about what they find online when they find something they think is great…and don’t you want to know how to get your content to fall into that category?
The best online content is the content visitors enjoy reading, as this means they’re spending time on the page (and possibly, clicking on money-making site additions). Find out what makes content catchy -- and well-read.
What makes content catchy, interesting, a money-maker for a Web site? When you’ve got good content that’s optimized for search engines and readers alike, you’ve got a winning combination that could draw in the sort of traffic that might make a different to your site’s revenue. Learn how to create the content they want to read -- and tell others about.
Popular Internet Content: Search Engines
Which content on the Internet is popular among readers and search engines both? You can always look it up, and find out exactly what people are responding to. First, have an idea of the subject of the content you’re going to write. If you’re blogging for a site that centers on politics, for instance, you know that the word politics itself will figure prominently in any search terms that may apply to you.
This means the same keyword will also help you find your competition. You want to know how to write popular Internet content? You start by finding out what’s already there; begin by getting a good idea of how certain pages got to be popular in the first place. What better place to start this process than with -- what else? -- the search engines.
Type your main keyword into any search engine to see which sites seem to hold the most commanding positions in the results list. The sites at the very top are your competition, and your role models. Click on the pages and take a look at the content, keywords, links and other extras being offered on the page. You might even want to run the URLs through a keyword density calculator, to see how many times your search term appears in the page.
These popular pages are the ones you want to emulate, so go ahead and study them. After all, the ones who created the pages won’t mind -- they want people to visit.
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