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OK, at this point you are “almost there.”
Hopefully you have a successful and growing website, one that has lots of content, a handful of high quality links pointed at it, and all of your articles target unique keywords.
And hopefully you have some income based on your daily search engine traffic.
If you do not have any income yet, or daily search engine traffic, then you simply need to back up and do more of the earlier stuff. Namely, you need more keyword targeted articles published on your website, and you need more quality links pointing at your site.
Once you are getting regular search engine traffic and your site is starting to age a bit, it is time to kick things into high gear.
What you want to do at this point is to “pour on the content.” There is only one thing that you have to make extra sure of when you go to do this…..that you maintain quality.
Ultimately if you have a website with 50 to 100 articles on it and it is making a hundred bucks or so per month, what you want to do is to scale that up to 500 articles. That is your new goal. Expand that sucker. Make it bigger.
The way to do this is by publishing more and more articles. Keep in mind that:
* Each new article has to target new keywords that you have never targeted before.
* Each new article should be of the same high quality as what you have built your website on thus far. See this post here for a basic definition of that level of quality.
* Adding multiple articles per day is the quickest way to achieve your income goals. Each day that you publish nothing at all is a “miss.”
As your site ages the trust factor with the search engines will increase more and more as well. If you promoted your website as I suggested then you will see huge gains kick in very slowly over time. The strong links that you get from guest posting will give your website a large amount of trust with the search engines.
Each new article that you add to your website is another potential earner. Target a new keyword with each new article that you publish and start thinking about volume. If your site is making a hundred dollars per month or more, then it is ripe to expand and you should be thinking like “how many quality articles can I publish per day?” Can you write 3 per day? 5 per day?
At one time I was making around $600/month with my website and I could not seem to get it to budge. I made a decision that I was going to start publishing in high volume and so I did exactly that, writing up to 20 new articles per day for over a month straight. For a while, nothing seemed to happen with my site, and I think the search engines were just sort of shocked at this huge rush of new content. But over the next 6 months to a year or so the site crept up over $1,000/month in earnings and it eventually hit over $2,000/month in earnings where it still stands now.
The key though is that when you go for volume like this and try to expand your website and publish lots of articles every day, you have to focus on quality. I am not just saying that, really, you have to put up good stuff, or you will eventually get torched by Google.
If you can write one good article each day, then do that. Plug along at one new article per day.
If you keep doing that, then you will get faster and faster at it, and eventually you should be able to crank out 2 or 3 quality articles in the time that it used to take you to publish just one article.
Each day that goes by is a huge opportunity. If you publish nothing on your site, then your future earnings do not grow at all.