When is the last time you stepped up the value of your content?
Give it some thought. Far too often we are thinking only of those search engine spiders. The good news is that fresh new content that is created to be of value for your readers, also makes EXCELLENT “spider food.”
Do a little research and watch for some topic areas that you think would be in high audience interest reading (based on your Wordtracker research.)
Then write some brand new, original fresh, content based on:
1. Your audience’s true interests.
2. Something that has a genuine value or “useful quality” for your readers.(ONLY after you have written your content for readers so that you are proud of it.)
3. Do a mild re-write for optimization purposes.
Try creating a series of 10 brand new articles, tutorials, interviews, FAQs or whatever you feel would benefit your readers based on your Wordtracker research.
BUT Do not put all 10 articles online at once.
But begin to put each new article or page up (one per week for 10 weeks.) Pick a specific day of the week and add one new article each and every week consistently on that day.
Not only will you notice more people finding your Web site, but watch what this does for improving the regularity of those spider visits. You are stepping up the quality of your content for your readers, but because of those fresh, original and engaging articles that you have written, you’re giving the search engines a buffet of delicious spider food. Steady, consistent updates over a period of time produces frequent spider visits.