Use Data From Alexa
To Refine Your Blog’s
Tags And Increase
Your Targeted Traffic
It ‘s not clear the precise impact tags have on search engine results, but it is clear they are important.
Here are 8 steps to take that will greatly strenthen your targeted traffic.
Go to Alexa.com and once there click on “Site Info” from the top menu:
Once on the “Site Info Page” look for “Site Lookup” and enter your blog or Web site’s domain name (e.g. TrafficNymphomaniac.com) and click the “Go” button.
Next, click the “Keywords” link from the top grey menu.
You will see a list of keywords for your blog/Web site with the following title:
Search Terms Driving Traffic
Top keywords driving traffic to (your blog) from search engines. Updated monthly.
Copy and paste this list for future reference. Be sure to date the entry.
Take the keywords that are producing the most traffic and add them as tags to any appropriate posts or pages where they are missing.
Many of the less productive keywords may also be added as tags to most or all of the posts in appropriate categories.
Add these as tags now or combine Steps 5 & 6.
Identify any keywords that qualify as long tail keywords and make a list.
Create private blog pages or Web site pages (not shown in site navigation) that have sufficient information to satisfy the long tail search.
At the bottom of the page include an opt-in form to your opt-in list if it is at all related to the search term.
Your opt-in rate should be very high.
We all know that the money is in the list.
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