Google is constantly changing the way they determine rankings. They make hundreds of changes to their algorithms every year and consider new factors like social signals (Facebook Likes, +1’s), site usage metrics, business reviews and many, many more. Despite all these changes, quality content and quality links are still at the heart of SEO and will be for a long time to come.
Guest blogging – Find a blog based on your business niche. Contact the blog owner and offer to write a post with your expert knowledge in exchange for a link to your site. This item deserves more than just a bullet point. It’s likely the most difficult and time consuming item on this list but it also has the potential for extremely valuable links. There is a lot that goes into finding the right blog, building a relationship with the owner and finally, getting that crucial link.
To begin with, you are wise to pace yourself when you start off. If you attempt to take on a large client base, you may find yourself dealing with more work than you can cope with. Better to start small and build slowly, as this will give you time to learn the system and to handle things more efficiently.
Video Hosting – We all know You Tube; it has exploded in the last couple of years. Video content is hot and search engines love it. You can of course upload your videos on You Tube for free but consider that when a You Tube or any other free Youtube Reseller Panel video service video is embedded on your blog or website there will be ads and links to other video sites that you can’t control. If you have your own video hosting account, you have complete control of your audience when they see your video.
I would suggest trying to find AT LEAST 3 colors ~ one dark, one light and one mid range that coordinate or match EXACTLY to your background. You will also need to decide which color you are going to use as your site defaults. I would suggest the lightest color be the default background color for text boxes, menus, tables, widget areas, sidebars and other call out type display areas. I would suggest the darkest color be used as the default for borders, links and titles. You can select the mid color as text (unless you want to use black OR white for readability), hover colors, alternate highlights, and other lesser used text and display objects.
Last, but definitely not least there is the dedicated server. This type tends to be the biggest of all of them, and is usually used for running websites of popular websites or even the big corporate companies. It is for websites that need a lot of bandwidth and a lot of storage space. More suited for websites like Facebook.com, Walmart.com, Twitter.com, Amazon.com and similar huge websites.
Try to start yourself out in a tightly focused direction – making it MUCH easier for you to get started, to be found easily online and to EARN a following.
It just makes sense to budget a certain amount of money every month for guaranteed traffic. Figure out your formula for how much you will you take from your profits to reinvest back into your business for advertising and marketing.