By: Brendan Fitzpatrick
So you have a website that you are looking to increase traffic to eh? Try reading up on SEO on Google/+ or pay someone $100’s if not $1000’s for something that you have no idea what they are going to deliver. If you know anything about SEO and or HTML then you know you can do certain things on your own. It’s kind of like changing the spark plugs, a flat tire or air filter in a car.. to some people this things are simple, to some they are foreign languages!
Today’s tip revolves around fiverr.com, I was browsing almost all of their services today and ended up contacting 6 or 7 different service provider for different needs. I did notice some services that looked fabricated (ie. not 100% unique and or legit) but the vast majority of services were well worth it. For example, one provider offered 500 word content/articles .. for this price it doesn’t really matter how well written the content is, search engines will index a portion of the content which far outweighs the cost of $5!
Another example is combining 2 services on fiverr.com. I looked into hiring a still motion video for $5 and another product for voice over work.. if I can combine both services for a total of $10 it could pay off 100x’s over. First, I firmly believe that a stop motion video with voiceover would and should cost no less than $100 (if not $300 and up) for a standard 25 second skit. Second, the value that it can bring to a web site is another x5 if not x100 in some cases valuing the combined services at a minimum of $500..
You do need to be careful though, if it’s too good to be true then it’s probably too good to be true. There are alot of honest people on fiverr.com but just because you’re honest doens’t meant that Google or other search engines are going to give you a positive ranking. Stay away from the unlimited traffic and 100+ unique visitor offers as they typically practice either unethical or black hat practices which can do more harm than good in the long run for your site!