Here’s Some Good News: There’s a Free Way to Boost Your Website’s Visibility and, Consequently, Your Company￼
The utilization of “Google News” will bring in many more viewers.
In what ways do we benefit from the “Google News”?
Thousands of people browse “Google News” every hour, every day, all year round. Do you believe a lot of people would visit your site if you could funnel even a small portion of that traffic to it?
Naturally, you would. In fact, thousands of people would flock to your establishment. Plus, they would be highly qualified visitors from all around the world. It’s the ideal customer flow for every enterprise.
A single story about your company featured on Google News has the potential to increase traffic to your site by a factor of two or four in a matter of days. Google News only indexes and aggregates news from the past 30 days, although the news archive stretches back 200 years. That is to say, if you play your cards well, you will have protection at every turn.
How, therefore, might Google News be used to boost site visits?
Becoming a Google News publisher is a need. You don’t have to be as prestigious as The New York Times or The Wall Street Journal. Starting your own news website is simpler than you would think. If you browse through some news articles on Google News, you’ll notice that many of the sites featured are very standard fare. The most important thing, though, is top-notch information.
If you create a news website with a lot of information (perform a Google search to uncover useful stuff, and then make it your own!), Google News will index your site. After this occurs, you may expect a deluge of qualified customers ready to make a purchase.
If you want more people to visit the website where you are promoting your business, you should include a prominent link there on the front page of your news site like greetingsus.
So says Google’s website, if you want their counsel. A piece of knowledge like this is not easy to come by, so hold on to it!
Get instructions for creating your own news website on Google News, from Google itself.
“Article URIs: A Technical Requirement
The following are requirements for article URLs to be listed in Google News:
Make your mark in your field. You need to give each page that displays the complete text of an article its own URL. Sites that feature several articles under a single URL or that do not connect to individual pages for each article will be excluded from Google News.
Make it last. If yoursite.com/news1.html displayed a fresh story every day, for instance, we wouldn’t be able to index it. A news story can only have one permanent URL (one that isn’t reused), and we need to make sure that our links to stories work by enforcing this rule.
Throw up a three-digit number. Each article’s URL needs to be a random integer that’s at least three characters long. We are unable to crawl the following URL since it contains a news article: google.com/news/article23.html. The article at google.com/news/article234.html, however, is one that can be crawled. Keep in mind that we won’t be able to crawl the article if the only number in it is a four-digit one that looks like a year, like google.com/news/article2006.html.”
There are six crucial details to get on.
To begin: (1) carefully read over these technical requirements. Follow their instructions to the letter. Create a news website.
Don’t promote affiliate products (2) by including banner ads on your site.
Thirdly, avoid using pay-per-click (PPC) ads on your site.
(4) Make sure to prominently feature advertisements for YOUR Company, each of which should connect to a unique landing page.
You should subtly insert these links into the “news” you produce. Find relevant information on Google, and then work it into a tale that includes your link.
(5) If your potential clients are well informed, they will be willing to click on your link and make a purchase from you.
Sixth, I can’t stress enough how critical it is that all content on your new news website, be it a news story, article, industry report, or analysis, be 100% unique and pass Cityscape.
You may have to do this yourself at first, but as your company expands and you have more resources, you should consider hiring a company in another country to do your news reporting and article writing. Again, a simple Google search will reveal these businesses.
Your news content must adhere closely to the technical guidelines Google News has established for this function. There should be new news posts at least three or four times a week, and ideally every day. You should always be looking for ways to enhance your news website.
It won’t take long before you’re getting thousands of daily visitors to your site who are all eager to acquire your stuff, and it won’t take long to do so.
If you’re a workaholic, you can always launch another product with its own news website after the first one starts generating revenue. Your monthly revenue will soon double, and eventually triple.
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