If you’ve been following along, we’re making headway towards our $100,000 goal with this site, and are happy with the progress we’ve made up to this point.
Going into the 3rd month means that there wasn’t a ton of work that was actually performed on the site that we’re using for the case study, but we did get quite a bit done in other areas.
The site, itself, is already built, filled with content, and optimized to rank for the keywords that we want to rank for and funnel visitors to the pages on the site we want them to end up at.
This month, though, we spent quite a bit of time laying the foundation for our site to start bringing in traffic, links, and solidify our rankings as the site grows.
Any time you want to get a site up and running, there are basic links you need to build.
We got them built, and created all of our social profiles, published web 2.0 posts with backlinks, and began our initial outreach campaign, landing a few guest post spots on other blogs.
Then, to make sure we stand out in the search results and eyeballs land on our site’s listing instead of our competition’s listing, we implemented Schema.org markup.
As it stands right now, every post and page on the site has been indexed, and we’re currently ranking for more than 100 different keywords. Pretty impressive for a site that’s less than 3 months old, right?
The search engines are showing us love, ranking 17 of those 100+ keywords on the 2nd or 3rd page of the search results. As time goes on, we should have a fairly easy time pushing those up to the top of the 1st page.
Moving forward, we’re going to need to scale our link building efforts.
To accomplish that, we’re going to be running on creating the content to build out a second silo on the site, and start pushing for more links through our outreach efforts.
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Stay tuned as the site grows, and we work closer towards that goal!
Andrew is an entrepreneur, digital marketer, wine enthusiast, hustler (in a good way) & the guy behind BrandBuilders.io. His business helps both FBA sellers and Amazon Affiliate marketers build out their brands and manage their portfolio of sites.