Results of the twitter contest by @Samsung_Mobiles are here. #SamsungCorbyWhite (my team) won 2nd spot in the contest with 221 strong followers! There were 3 Samsung Corby phones given away by @Samsung_Mobiles. The results were as followers:
Team Leaders Win:
2 SIMPLE STEPS TO ENTER THE CONTEST:
1) Login to http://www.twitter.com or register if you still aren’t a member
2) VISIT THE FOLLOWING LINK TO TWEET: http://sensonize.com/corby — HIT UPDATE!
You’re done…!! You just entered to win a Samsung Corby!
& more freebies!!!
Ends: 13th Nov 09, Mid Night IST
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Having a unique design for your website is very important. The first look of your website should tell the user what will he find here. Avoid using free themes/templates, but also don’t go for paid/premium themes as they are used by multiple websites. For starters, you could hire a designer to get a unique simple theme for $200-250. There’s no need to spend a bomb to get a jaw dropping design for the start.
You need to have good content. By “good content”, I mean easy to understand, free and original. Everything is about information and content on the internet. The whole point of the internet is to find useful, relevant and free information. If you’re content is better than the others in the pool, your website will automatically stand out of the crowd.
3. Basic SEO
You don’t have to be a SEO expert to rank higher in search results nor do you have to hire a SEO expert to do that for you. Just do a bit of basic SEO for your website and you should be good to go.
- optimal and natural usage of keywords
- include meta title tags
- simple navigation through out the site
- provide good link bait article titles
- include sitemap
- proper usage of H1, H2 and H3 tags
- use robots.txt file
- use Google Webmaster Tools and Google Analytics to gain insight on what works and what’s not
- avoid duplicate content (CMS issue)proper permalink structure
- use canonical tags.
- read the Google SEO Starter Guide (PDF).
Why make enemies when you can make more money by being friends? Your competitors teach you a lot. You can learn from their mistakes and strategies. Win them by making them your mentors, don’t try competing with them while you have just started. Investigate, where is their presence and who is linking to them, etc. They rule your niche right now, learn what they did to achieve what they are right now.
Promote your website where ever you can. While meeting people, posting online, comments etc. Just don’t become a spammer.
- comment on other blogs related to your niche,
- use Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or any other social platform popular at the moment,
- guest post frequently on well established blogs,
- be active on forums,
- pay for ads if you really have to (Adwords).
This will surely get you a good exposure on the internet. If you’ve got the first 4 right, you can’t go wrong.
Of course these 5 tips are not the only one’s to build a successful website. You also need to work on speed (of your website), monetization, building RSS subscribers and readers etc. The above 5 are essential tips to get started. Try, make mistakes, learn is the only way to survive on the internet.“The internet will not give you anything unless you contribute to it” – Sensonize.com The above quote only refers to monetary benefit from the internet. It won’t make you any money useless you help someone else (make money). You can contribute by sharing your knowledge, using social media for recommendations/networking, contibuting content etc. Contribute, to Earn is the basic rule around the internet.