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December 6, 2008


#1 Web 2.0 Marketing Software

by oakhead112
HubPages and Squidoo
Are you using Web 2.0 marketing correctly to drive traffic to your websites? Many marketers are churning out dozens of HubPages and Squidoo lens every single day but are still seeing zero to little traffic. Are you one of them and wish you could give your web pages a traffic booster jab?

To create a quality Web 2.0 page such as a HubPage Hub or a Squidoo lens that attracts more traffic than your competitors, there are a few key ingredients. You hear super affiliates talking about them all the time. Quality content and long tail keywords are often quoted. But what is often overlooked is the power of tagging.

All Web 2.0 platforms share a common trait – they all use tags. But not all tags are equal. Some popular tags draw tons of traffic since they are shared by many hot web pages. This is especially the case for tags that are relevant in large communities such as the internet marketing, entertainment, beauty, credit communities etc.

Tags are not only useful in drawing traffic from the Web 2.0 websites. For HubPages, there is an even greater impact and meaning. If you have been running searches in Google on various keywords, you would notice HubPages tag pages are ranking in Google as well! For example, if you search for “meatless Christmas recipes”, you will find within top 10 in Google search results.

In other words, if your Hub is tagged with a ranking HubPage tag like meatless Christmas recipe, searchers who are looking for information will find your Hub as well. Isn’t that great? Free organic traffic.

Now, while it sounds so easy, there is a hurdle before anyone who wants to make use of the power of tagging. You see, finding popular tags manually feels like trying to find a needle in a haystack. We are not talking about any tag but popular, hot tags that are getting traffic from Google and HubPages.

Even if you do, that will only be after hours of tedious searching. No one loves such legwork. Surely there is a way around it?

Not in the past but now, there is a solution to it. Ultimate Tag Ranker, a new powerful software developed by an underground niche marketer, Davion Wong is capable of finding hot tags that you can use on your Hubs for instant traffic and rankings in Google.

What can be better than this? Watch the software in action here:

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  1. Jul 24 2009

    Several criteria determine the amount of traffic your website gets but by far the most important are to have a good search engine ranking and good links to your site.

    Search engines use a complicated and secret algorithm to determine which sites are placed where in the rankings but there are several tricks you can employ to boost you ranking.

    There’s lots of articles on the net to do with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) but I ignore all of them and do things my way. This seems to work as every site I’ve created ranks within the top 6 on Google even when there’s millions of results found. A site I created less than a week ago is already ranked number 1 by Yahoo and Google.

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  2. Thanks for the information. Here is another tip that will help SEO efforts:

    One of the first things a search engine looks at is the title tag of the page. When writing the tag use the same words people are likely to key in when using a search engine. For example, if your page is about space travel then a title such as “Space Travel – Be a Shuttle Rocket Tourist and Journey to the Moon” is much better than “All about flying to the moon and back”. Why? Because the first tag includes words people are likely to use in a search engine such as space, travel, shuttle, rocket, tourist, journey and moon.

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  3. Good info! My best SEO idea is:

    Search engines look at page names. If your domain was then a page name such as will do much better than…

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  4. I love this SEO blog! Your readers would also like to be aware that the description tag is supported by
    Google, but other engines don’t support it.

    Compare a Yahoo search for ‘Black Eyed Peas’ to a Google Search. Both of them find but Yahoo describe it as “… Multi-platinum 2-time Grammy-winners The Black Eyed Peas cross an historic threshold as their hit … The Black Eyed Peas, Sergio Mendes, John Legend, Justin Timberlake and others …”. Google uses the description tag and describes it as “Official site includes videos, message boards, tour dates, and photo gallery. Additional content is available to members.”

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