Can you last the distance online to be found by Google?
Can you last the distance online to be found by Google?

You might be surprised to learn that most websites and blogs have a 3 month lifespan.

That is after 90 days, their owners lose interest or simply run out of ideas.

If you have just started blogging you’ll be full of new and exciting ideas.

You’ll think that your head is going to burst it’s got so much good stuff in it.

But, sadly this can lessen over time and, for some poor folk, it goes away never to return.

What do the search engines want?

The major search engines are only interested in sending people to sites which are legit, or fair dinkum, as we say in Australia your website will be put to one side and sort of monitored for up to 4 months.

This means you’ve got to keep posting as regularly as possible for all that time just to get noticed.

You’ll need at least two to four 250 word posts a day; every day for all that time.

Now, we at Get Online Fast, love writing content and formatting content.

I suppose that makes us a little nerder, but it’s true.

What sort of numbers are we talking about?

In fact, an average day will see us pour out between 3,000 and 4,000 words on a variety of different subjects.

That’s 16 x 250 posts – and that’s why you’re reading this and why our Google rankings are climbing so high.

It’s also why some of the other sites we write for are getting the attention they deserve – see My Puppy Club’s latest coup here.

If you want your website to work for you for free, then you’re going to have to put fingers to keyboard and start writing.

 


Can you last the distance online to be found by Google?
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