Make sure you use a descriptive title on your site. To experiment, search for “untitled document.” Don’t make this mistake! It is crucial that your site has a title. It functions as a significant element in search engine algorithms.
Being indexed does not mean that people are reading your site: it does mean that the words are being read by the little spiders and other tools that search the web automatically. Real people may or may not find my site through searches depending on what search terms they use.
I find that some money can be made from this. It depends on how well you design your website and how well you encourage your visitors to click on the banners. Your website has to be carefully designed and the wordings selected to induce people to go to the merchant you represent. Some merchants pay 5%, some 10%, and some more. By carefully choosing the merchant to match the contents of your website you will get more click-throughs. More click-throughs means more sales. It’s a numbers game.
Make a favicon for your site. A favicon will help users who add your website to their bookmark see your page more easily. When they are looking at the bookmarks they have created, your little favicon will make an impression. Try making a favicon that goes with your theme and logo.
We use the newsletter to drive traffic to the blog and the website, while the blog also gets our search engine rankings up. People who find the blog are encouraged to sign up for the e-mail newsletter, so we can stay in touch with them and nurture those relationships. We also use the e-mail newsletter to sell e-books, mp3s, and other electronic products. That would never work on the blog.
Secret #1 cPanel – Make sure you choose a web hosting company that uses cPanel. You would not believe how easy your first website will be if you use this. It stands for Control Panel and allows you to install the best web design software with 1 click of the mouse! The hosting company I use is Hostgator.com – a big American company.
What is important to look at here is the text of the body or header should be readable on the background that you have set on your page. Just think of contrast for the text and background. The best colour for reading text generally tends to be black writing on a white background (or the equivalent).