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How Do I Get My Website Noticed?

You might be the proud new owner of your own website and you asked the question, “How do I get my website noticed?” This is a common question amongst people with their own website, and since there are about 200 million active websites on The Internet, out of the 1.9 billion total, you will have to put some serious effort into attracting attention and visitors to your site.

Some people use their social media account, as well as making some videos on a platform such as YouTube, and you need some good writing in the form of new additional website pages, blog postings, informational pages, how-to materials, advertisements, sales letters, or promotional emails. If you are not one for writing, or don’t have the time, or don’t know what to write… no worries, you can easily hire someone to do the writing for you!

All of these forms of writing can help to promote a website, because every time a website adds new content, the Google algorithms notice the additional new content and new text and this can help you move up in the search rankings. Just as spiders crawl around your home, the Google spiders crawl around The Internet, and notice every new page, website, or paragraph of text. 

This is a major reason why many website owners add some new content on a regular basis. I add new content to my blogs and websites almost daily, and other people often hire me to write for them as a ghost writer or “writer for hire,” because they know that it’s important to add new content! Whether you add new content daily, every other day, once or twice a week, or even a few times a month, it is extremely important to add some new content if you want to be noticed by the search engines!

Paying someone a measly five or ten bucks, one time, because they say they have a magical way of getting you a million visitors, is a huge waste of time and money. You might as well buy a lottery ticket. Good things take time, and many things take some effort, some work, some patience, and some persistence.

The website I’ve had for ten years now, was very slow going in the beginning. First there was only one order each month, for the first few months. Then there was about one order a week, for another couple of months. Then there were two or three orders a week for a couple of months. It was slow and it took time to build up some traffic and some momentum. In the meantime we kept writing new website pages, blog postings, article marketing pieces, and other tidbits of information, entertainment, and such.

If YOU are serious about the success of your blog, your website, or your online enterprise, then in addition to doing a bit of your own writing, and making your videos, and sending out emails, you really should Hire a Writer to Help You! Why not put the odds of success in your favor?

Good Luck & Many Blessings!

Jennifer