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5 thousand visitors to your website per day? Work out!

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How many website sales do you need per day? With 5 thousand visitors a day, you will get a thousand times more sales than with 5 people. How to reach 5 thousand uniques per day? Sites for high attendance are planned as such. First, a sales plan is built and a website is already designed for it.

Semantic core

A buzzword, sounds solid :) The semantic core is all the key queries for which you want to see the site in search engines. This list is made hierarchically: all key requests are divided into high-frequency and low-frequency. High-frequency queries are often queried in search engines. These are highly competitive requests for sites, because thousands, tens and hundreds of thousands of users are interested in these queries and all sites are fighting for them. An example of a high-frequency query is "buy wallpaper." Low-frequency queries are requested less frequently, we are talking about hundreds, dozens and even units of requests per month. Competition for them is less, because fewer users will come for them. Example: "Buy Rasch wallpaper in Moscow".

The number of visitors to the site directly depends on the semantic core of your site.

Where does the traffic come from?

A website will attract good traffic (lots of visitors) if:

  1. the site glows on a large number of requests;
  2. the site is advertised (contextual advertising, banners, social networks, etc.);
  3. the site is linked to popular sites.

This article is about search traffic. People enter different queries in the search engine, see your site in the first lines and go to you. And there are conversions, sales, and profits...

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Everyone strives for this, but not everyone succeeds. Why? Actually, the question and answer: this is what all sites strive for. Competition for a higher place in the sun in the search engine results is acute and is constantly growing. Therefore, the most rational and intelligent win.

High-frequency queries contain a bunch of "garbage." On the request "buy wallpaper" to your site will come a crowd of people who do not need your servants: competitors, manufacturers, site optimizers. And on the low-frequency go already those who are really tuned to search for a specific service or product.

 

How to make a website popular

The site can be made popular for high-frequency and low-frequency queries. High-frequency requests promise a lot of traffic to the site. The problem is that high-frequency queries are highly competitive. It will be more difficult to reach the TOP for them than for low-frequency requests. And no matter how much we would like to develop on high-frequency queries, it is more cost-effective to enter the TOP of search engines for low-frequency queries.

Let's calculate: let's say that our thematic RF request gives 10 thousand requests per month, and a hundred or two LF requests give 50-100 requests per month. How can we, having refused to promote a high-frequency for 10 thousand requests, still get a similar number of visitors to the site? Yes with the help of low-frequency switches, of course! Use the semantic core, if you do not want to, order in a web studio.

Place articles on the site that work out the necessary low-frequency queries, you will attract key traffic to the site and turn it into sales. LF queries are not competitive, there is a high probability that your site will be in the TOP automatically. Read about what true brand greatness is in content.

Practical application

Theoretically, you are ready to make your website popular. Now what to do. You can do it yourself, you can order from professionals.

1. Preparation of the semantic core

We prepare a list of all the keywords and phrases that interest us. We make a hierarchy of keywords. The main page is promoted by high-frequency requests, secondary - by LF.

2. Designing a site for the semantic core

It is necessary to lay the structure of the site so that filling the site with the necessary content does not violate the ergonomics of the site and the site remains convenient. This is done by the architects of the site. As a result of their work, a prototype of the site appears, on which the designer pulls the design of the site.

3. Filling the site with content

We fill the site with articles that work out (contain) the key queries of the semantic core. Articles should be unique, interesting and useful. A good article improves the behavioral factors of the site and grows the site in search engines. Bad content ruins the site. Ideally, people who have experience in this business should fill the site with interesting and useful content. Useful articles people share in social networks, share links to it on their sites. This is how the natural promotion of your website occurs. Useful quality content promotes itself. A site with interesting articles will be promoted naturally.

4. Content Marketing and Marketing Stories

Marketing stories are a feature of article promotion. Read the article 5 chips of a wonderful marketing story.

5. Keep an eye on the metrics

Track 6 content marketing metrics.

Count for yourself

Let's say you have a page that went to the top on demand, which gives you 100 visitors a month. That's 3 people a day. Doesn't that seem like much? Now imagine that there are 10, 100, 1000, 1000 pages on the site. Each will bring 3 people, and in total 3000 people per day.

1000 pages of semantic content in this case will give 3000-4000 visitors per day. For most sites, this is a blue dream. Read why and how to keep a corporate blog to consolidate information.

Therefore, you need to think about the attendance of the site not after the launch of the site, but before the start of its creation. If you do not take care of the semantic core and do not plan the site for the semantic core, you will not be able to "fit" the entire amount of content on the site without damaging the site. You have probably seen such sites, they have a lot of scattered material, everything is dumped on the main page, there is no navigation and the only desire is to close it!

Designing a site for a semantic core will provide you with the opportunity to make a popular, visited and convenient site.