I have divided my How can I make money from the Internet (from clickbank actually) process into 3 (three) parts, each part have my own checklist, so then check it out:
Part 1 – Market and Keyword Research (Source CB Profit Storm):
1. Search Clickbank for profitable market
2. Use Google Keyword Tool to uncover keywords
3. Keywords should have:
* Higher than 2,600 global monthly searches
* Ranking loopholes on the first page of Google results
* Should be in a profitable market that purchases online
4. Ideal competition level is:
* Golden Zone: 12,500 or less “in quotes”
* Silver Zone: 35,000 or less “in quotes”
* Bronze Zone: 125,000 or less “in quotes”
5. Save keywords that meet these criteria
Part 2 – Website Settings:
1. Register Domain Name (I prefer .org though) and Sign Up For Web Hosting
2. Use WordPress template for your site, and plugin needed for SEO (googling it and you’ll fine)
3. Create at least two Keyword Rich Article Post
4. Submit Site For Indexing, Ping Blog (Do Not Proceed Until Site Had Been Indexed)
5. Check To Make Sure Site Has Been Indexed By Google
6. Create Final Review Story Post
7. Add Affiliate Links
8. Use XML Sitemap Plugin To Update The Site Map
Part 3 – Getting Traffic:
1. Take Blog Post and Save As word document, presentation, press release, and even video
2. Submit word document to article directory, presentation to slideshare, press release to PR fire, and video to youtube
3. Link Wheel
4. Some online affiliate marketing Gurus using PPC, adsense, etc as their paid traffic, worth to try though
So then, I’ll explain each and every step above https://www.alexandremthefrenchy.com/ to you later. And easily answer, How can I make money from the Internet
How Do Search Engines Work – Web Crawlers
These are the search engines that finally bring your website in the opinion of potential customers. It is best to know how these search engines actually work and how they present information to the client initiates a search.
There are basically two types of search engines. The first is by robots called crawlers or spiders.
Search engines use spiders to index websites. If your web site to search by filling out the disclosures required on the site, some search engine robots index your site. Spider is a program of the retrieval system is running. Spider visits a web page, read the contents of the current page, meta tags of the site and follow the links connecting the site. Spider After all the information to a central depository, where the data is indexed. It will visit each link to your website and index those sites as well. Some spiders only index a certain number of pages in your site, not a site of 500 pages.
Spider periodically return to places to go for any information that has changed. The frequency at which this occurs is determined by the moderators of the search.
A spider is almost like a book that contains the table of contents, content and links and references to all the sites it finds during its search and index up to a million pages per day.
Example: Excite, Lycos, Alta, and Google.
When you ask a search engine to find information, it is actually looking through the index he has created and not actually on the Web. Different search engines establish different rankings because not every search engine uses the same algorithm to search through the indices.
One of the things a search engine algorithm scans, the frequency and location of keywords on a website, but it can also detect keyword stuffing or spamdexing artificial. Then the algorithms analyze how sites link to other sites on the web. By checking how pages link to each other, both an engine to determine what is around a site, if the keywords related pages are similar to keywords in the page.
Keyword density is an indication of the number of times the selected keyword appears in the web page. But do not you use keywords, but just enough to appear in prominent locations.
If you repeat your keywords with every other word on every line, your site will probably be rejected as an artificial site or spam site.
The density of keywords is always expressed as a percentage of total content of words on a page.
Suppose you have 100 words on your website (including HMTL code not used to write web pages) and you use a keyword in the body five times. the density of keywords on this site by simply dividing the total number of keywords from the total number of words on your website. Here, then divided by 5100 = 0.05. Because keyword density is a percentage of total number of words on the page, multiply the above by 100.
Accepted standard for a keyword density is between 3% and 5% to be recognized by search engines and you should never be exceeded.