Learn Wikipedia SEO to Triple Traffic and Sales
With 410 million visitors a month no one can say Wikipedia SEO doesn’t work, but what the hell does Wikipedia do to be so successful with SEO? Find out now!
And don’t you grow skeptical on us by thinking to yourself: “Yeah, but won’t I need, like, a MILLION volunteers to do Wikipedia SEO, just like Wikipedia does?” Hell no. You don’t. You don’t need a third of the entire population of LA to do SEO for you or anything.
You see, there are certain elements of Wikipedia SEO that you can use for your own website to triple your traffic and rake in more money with. The key word, here, is SCALABILITY.
Let us show you just a small number of the things Wikipedia does to scale its SEO efforts…
Wikipedia SEO is All About Two Forms of Linkbuilding
The vast majority of people who invest their time into getting more traffic through SEO spend a TON of time on getting “good” (= in their minds many) links from other sites and on “using” (= spamming) various social media networks. But here’s the thing: linkbuilding is NOT about external links alone. It’s also about internal links and Wikipedia understands that.
Here’s why Wikipedia SEO focuses on both external AND internal links:
1) In terms of link value, getting links from other websites ADDS value to your site
2)Internal links, however, SPREAD value across the pages of your site
Now here’s the thing: most website owners put internal links on their site quite randomly while they’re (usually) laser focused when it comes to getting links from other sites. And this approach, if you could even call it that, is stupid as f*ck. Why?
It’s stupid because there is ZERO control over how the link value is distributed once it reaches a site because internal links have been built randomly. In layman terms: it’s like feeling good about yourself because you just gave money to charity while you have no freaking clue about how much of your money actually makes it to the people who need help… instead of to the pockets of the greedy CEO running the joint.
It’s stupid because it’s only paying attention to the value of individual pages, while sleeping on the fact that increasing a site’s total SEO value makes EVERY page on the site rank well more easily. In layman terms: would you rather make a million dollars a month from now or have a penny doubled every day for 31 days?
It’s a trick question, because when you do the math you’ll discover that a penny doubled every day for 31 days would mean you’d end up with $10+ million, while we both know everyone answered “gimme 1 million.”
And that’s the difference between “normal SEO” and Wikipedia SEO: quick wins versus long term gains. It’s the difference between the get rich quick mentality and the “get RICHER slowly” mentality.
There’s More to Wikipedia SEO Than Meets the Eye…
By now you’ve probably begun to realize that there is a HUGE difference between Wikipedia SEO and normal SEO. Good! But guess what? The rabbit hole goes much, much deeper than that…
You see, Wikipedia’s brilliant strategy starts with better internal linkbuilding, but then it goes on to include things like:
- Creating a PageRank black hole
- White hat doorway pages (YES, they exist, and they’re very effective)
- Scaling UGC (User Generated Content) for SEO purposes
- Authority building as a linkbuilding strategy
- Image SEO
- Advanced on-page optimization (including topic modeling and block optimization)
- And on, and on… and on it goes
All This Stuff REALLY Works. Here’s Why…
Did that summary sound like a big bunch of mumbo jumbo to you? Like we’re on crack or something? Then just know this: with 410 million unique visitors a month and 6 billion (!) page views a month Wikipedia must be doing SOMETHING right.
And it CAN be applied to other sites. You CAN achieve what they’ve achieved over a long period of time. You want proof? You’ve got it Mister (or Miss)!
Our CEO, Dennis Miedema, is the ultimate proof: back in 2011 he got one of his websites from 6,000 visitors a month to 73,000 visitors a month and generated a tenfold increase in sales, all within 6 months, using nothing but Wikipedia SEO. And get this: no tools were used for it other than those Google itself provides (Analytics, Webmastertools, keyword tool).
Good morning! Good morning people who’ve been sleeping on doing SEO the old school way (by hand)…
You’ve just woken up to the fact that all the SEO software tools you bought are a bunch of crap waiting to get flushed. FLUSH IT. Flush that toilet already and prepare to learn how to scale your SEO efforts like Wikipedia did. And NO, it’s not expensive to learn at all.
Want to Know How to Make it Happen?
Look, you’re not our CEO and we’re certainly not claiming that you can get twelve times as many website visitors and ten times as many sales within 6 months like he did. But what if you could only triple your traffic and sales in 6 months? That’s still a HUGE accomplishment!
Hell, tripling your traffic and sales in 12 months is still a major accomplishment and it’s one that’s definitely within reach once you’re doing Wikipedia SEO for your site.
And that leaves us with one thing left to say: do you want to transform into the Wikipedia of your market? Do you want to rake in three times as much traffic and three times as many sales in a short amount of time? Then contact us right away to find out how we make it happen for you at a bargain price.
To More Traffic, More Conversions, And More Business,
The Motriz Marketing Team