Showing posts with label Forum. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Forum. Show all posts

Thursday, 2 October 2014

How to Attract Visitors to Your Site or Blog

There are many ways through which traffic can be driven to sites. But the method chosen all depends on the purpose of the site, its target audience or niche area.

Targeted traffic is usually the ones a webmaster would wish for his site, but the ultimate question is that has the site got what would make your target audience repeat a visit to your site?

You may be lucky to attract your target traffic to your site using all means, but are those traffics yielding. And you know the web is filed with sites dishing out the same content, product or services. So the first impression on a unique visitor matters if you’re wishing that visitor to repeat a visit to your site.

Haven known this it is worth to note that the ultimate bait for traffic is unique, comprehensive and reared content that satisfies the desire of your visitors.

Without this, all attempts on generating traffic could end up bringing the traffic but may not help keeping them if the site lacks the ultimate content.

So the rule for web traffic is Content, Contend, Content, SEO, then adverts.

SEO is all about search engine optimization. Making your site more search engine friendly and giving them what people are looking for. There is various aspect of SEO and it starts from On-page SEO, off page SEO, and on Site SEO.

My advice is to stick to the basics. Focus on testing you is:

Ø   Audience identification
Ø   Keyword Placement
Ø   Relevant content
Ø   Social media
Ø   Get Use free traffic from search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo
Ø   Give away irresistible free content for priceless publicity.
Ø   Get Use free word of mouth publicity using viral marketing
Ø   Get Use free links on other high-traffic websites
Ø   Get Use thousands of websites to promote your business for free.
Ø   Get Use e-mail marketing to attract repeat visitors.
Ø   Submit your  Press release
Ø   Submit your Video Posting
Ø   Submit your Forum Posting
Ø   Submit your Guest blog Posting
Ø   Submit your Business Listing
Ø   Creating more landing pages with quality content
Ø   Submit your Blog Posting
Ø   Get Use Blog Network
Ø   Get Use Alexa Ranking
Ø   Get Use Newsletter Subscriptions
Ø   Submit your Website to the Internet Directories
Ø   Write and Submit Expert Articles
Ø   Link to old posts on your own site
Ø   Organize your content into categories
Ø   Interact with readers through comments
Ø   Follow and interact with other sites and blogs
Ø   Submit your articles to Reedit and Digg
Ø   Create a YouTube channel link it to your site
Ø   Get Use your main keyword once in your post title
Ø   Get Use your main keyword once in the post’s URL
Ø   Get Use your main keyword once in the post’s meta description
Ø   Get Use your main keyword in the first paragraph of your post’s body copy
Ø   Get Use your main keyword and related keywords sporadically throughout the post
Ø   Get Use natural and not spams language
Ø   Add & Optimize Social Media Sharing Buttons
Ø   Give Attention to Website Theme & Loading Time

How Bounce Rates Effect Your Website Or Web-blog Rankings

The bounce rate is defined as the number of visitors who bounce, or leave without visiting another page on the site. Bounce rates are expressed in percent.

Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors that open a website and leave before spending an amount of time that is deemed significant by the search engine.

Your site is up, and your product is out there for the world to see. Before you know it, you have visitors trickling in to see what you have to offer.

Why is my bounce rate so high?

    Your website is visually unappealing

    The visitor didn't find what he or she was looking for.

    The percentage of website visitors who see just one page on your site.

    The percentage of website visitors who stay on the site for a small amount of time (usually five seconds or less).

    The webpage was too difficult to use.

    That is the right question. Your conversion rate is low because majority of people come and leave your website without completing the actions/goals you desired
    The people coming to your website aren’t the right people

    You're acquiring the wrong kind of traffic to your page

    You're acquiring exactly the right kind of traffic to your page

    There is no Call to Action
    Too Many Calls to Action
Types of Bounce Rate

     Bounce rate of a web page = total number of bounces on a page (in a given time period) / total number of entrances on the page

      Bounce rate of a website = total number of bounces across all the pages on the website (in a given time period) / total number of entrances across all the pages on the website (in the same time period).

Why It’s Important to Reduce Your Bounce Rate

    Choose the right keyword to match your content not just attract any visitors

    Create multiple landing pages with unique content and keywords for different types of visitors

    Maintain top rankings for branded terms

   Write attractive useful meta descriptions for search engine users

    Improve targeting od online advertising campaigns

Poor Design is Increasingly Less Tolerable

    Sensible organization
    Good color contrast
    White space
    Larger fonts
    Bullet ed lists
    Large headlines
    Ese good layout
    Quick navigation

Is Your Website Mobile Usable

    Easy to find search content in sections
    Responsive layout for multiple platforms and browsers
    Speed up page-load
    Use little or no self- loading multimedia content.
    Set external links to open in new windows

You Should Probably Avoid Pop-ups

    Don't let ads distract place static ads to sides
    Avoid pop ups
    Avoid self loading multimedia ads

Leverage Internal Search

    Offer a Helpful 404 Page
    Keep it Readable
    Split Up Long Posts
    Can you easily follow your own navigation to your desired goal?
    Do you run into any technical errors?
    Does every link work?

Sunday, 27 July 2014

How to Use Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts?

While most of us are used to moving mouse and clicking around the screen, sometime things can be done faster if you use the preset shortcut keys. Similarly, for those who spent a lot of time in your G mail, the following shortcut keys will definitely be of great use to you.

To become a G mail power user, you’ll need to master G mail’s keyboard shortcuts. Keyboard shortcuts allow you to speed through your mail faster than you can click. G mail even lets you create custom keyboard shortcuts.

To enable keyboard shortcuts, pull up G mail’s settings page from the gear menu.
Select the “Keyboard shortcuts on” option on the General pane, and then click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page.
Press Shift-? to view the built-in cheat sheet after enabling keyboard shortcuts.

Included Shortcut Keys:- 8f609278d38fc0e31ebc67a056f1a3fdb00f746cea91e57a5b

Move down in the list, selecting the next message as well.
Move up in the list, selecting the next message above as well.
Shift + U
Marks the selected message(s) as unread
Shift + I
Marks the selected message(s) as read
 Reply to sender in new window.
 Reply to all in new window.
shift+U / shift+I
 Mark selected messages as unread / Mark selected messages as read.
 Forward message in new window.
 Edit task details, including due date or notes.
Shift the cursor from tasks to Gmail, but only one-way.
Add message(s) to tasks.
 Update conversation with new messages if there are any.
 Mark the message as read.
Mark the message as unread.
Refresh page. Sometimes GMail seems to get stuck on certain pages won't allow shortcuts. Things tend to work fine after a page refresh.
 Save draft
 Save Message. Cursor should be in field.
ctrl+[ / ctrl+]
Remove from current view and move to older / move to newer message (won't delete message, just changes view).
ctrl+{ / ctrl+}
Archive and move to older message / move to newer message.
 Open the message context menu.
 Next message in a conversation
 Previous message in a conversation
Open the Move message dialog.
Forward message.
Move down in the list to the next message.
Move up in the list to the next message.
Open the message.
Selects the next conversation in the Thread Pane
Selects the previous conversation in the Thread Pane
Selects the next message in the selected thread
Selects the previous message in the selected thread
 Return to conversation list
 Archive the current conversation
 Archive selected messages.
 Star a message or conversation
 Select the current conversation
Return to inbox or conversation list.
 Delete selected message and jump back to the message list.
  Move selected message.
Add label to message, opens label menu and jump back to the message list.
Reply to all.
 Reply to sender.
Mark selected messages as spam and jump back to the message list.
Mute selected message and jump back to the message list.
 Undo previous action.
  Select or unselect current conversation.
  Move cursor to chat search.
 Displays the keyboard shortcuts help menu.
Compose a new message.
Forward message.
  Move to Search Mail field.
Star or unstar message.
 Remove from current view and jump back to the message list.
Reply All
j / k 
Move to next (older) / move to previous (newer) e-mail or conversation.
n / p 
Move to next part / previous part of conversation in message.
e or [ 
Archive selected messages and jump back to the message list.
Tab, Enter 
 Reset state. Often necessary before using a Keyboard Shortcut to move out of the current task or field.
tab, then enter
When logging in to Gmail: Start typing user name followed by tab, type password then press enter. Some browsers may require two tabs, then enter after typing the password.
alt+Left arrow / alt+Right arrow
One page back / one page forward
end / home
Jump to beginning of page / end of page.
page up / page down
 Jump one page up / one page down.
alt+d, then multiple tab's
 Move the focus of the browser to the main window. Jumps to the address bar first, then through toolbars until landing at the main window.
tab / shift+Tab
 Jump forward / jump backwards between input fields.
g, then i
 Go to inbox.
g, then s
 Go to starred conversations.
g, then t
 Go to sent mail.
g, then d
Go to drafts.
g, then k
Go to task window or opens task window (see limitations above)
g, then a
 Go to all mail.
g, then c
Go to contacts.
g, then l
 Go to label. Use arrow keys from here.
*, then a / *, then n
 Select all conversations / Un select all conversations.
*, then r / *, then u
Select all read conversations / Select all unread conversations.
*, then s / *, then t
 Select all starred conversations / Select all unstarred conversations.
o or enter
 Open message.
arrow keys
 Move cursor up and down in task list.
ctrl+Up / ctrl+Down
Move current task up and down in task list.
a...z or others
Edit Task

Shortcuts for G mail Tasks seem to be a bit buggy. shift+T adds message to the task list, but the focus never makes it to the task window. There seems to be no way to re-gain focus after. Page refresh with f5 and g, then k does the trick but is not pretty.