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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Why Low Traffic Blogs Should Not Expect Much From Search Engines

There is one truth you must accept as the owner of a low traffic blog. It takes years for search engines to work for most low traffic sites. Years of working away on keyword phrases and building up content. So how will your blog survive meanwhile?

More often than not you will get search engine attention when your traffic is already high from other sources.

There are really no two ways about this, to survive as you are waiting to have an impact with search engines, you have to do something to create traffic to your site even as you are enhancing your search engine ranking and position for important high traffic keyword searches. In other words you must create your very own "search engine" that will drive traffic to your site.

The most effective way of doing this is to get links from relevant high traffic sites pointed in your direction. Here again, small sites are at a great disadvantage. Usually big sites have teams of staff to pursue links from various sources so they just continue to grow bigger and bigger as traffic increases in leaps and bounds.

Small blogs need to find an efficient way to request or get one way links pointed at their sites. Usually it may mean getting into the expense of purchasing text link ads pointed at your low traffic blog. There are some easy ways of achieving this so that a low traffic blog is able to acquire or purchase relevant one way links pointing at them at a very low cost.

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