How to Build an Authority Website or Blog

How to Build an Authority Website or Blog
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I have been in the Internet business for several years now (since 1997 when my first 4-page website went live for my retail florist).

However it wasn’t until 2007 (a full ten-years later) that I fully understood the value of building an authority site – something that people are looking for. They don’t want the second-best information, they want the best. People are the ones who buy products, hire professionals, become fans, build relationships. And tell others!

Today I am designing wordpress websites for small business owners and one of the things they always want to know is how long before they can start making money with their sites? Well, my answer is typically the trite response: “that depends” because it does depend. On so many factors. But the main factor in building a website today is being the definitive authority on a topic or the leader in a field or the most desired product someone simply must have. And that takes time! It does not happen over night. Any internet marketer that tells you otherwise is either not well-versed on the way the web (search engines) work today or is simply not telling you the truth!

Most authority websites will take anywhere from several months to years to build.  Of course you can cut-down the time to become an online authority by doing things correctly.  That’s why I am promoting this 77 page ecourse on Building Authority Websites. Its a great overview filled with solid ideas to build your authority site (the right way the first time).

This ebook course is 77 pages of awesome insights, terrific tactics, and crafty content . . . but it’s all white hat, so don’t worry about running afoul of the search engines. This is about WINNING honestly, not worrying.

If you want to catch the wave of the future as far as getting high search engine rankings, earning a high PageRank, and enjoying multiple income streams that require less and less effort as your site climbs higher and higher, then trust me, GET THIS EBOOK NOW!

Sorry about shouting, but this really is worth shouting about from the rooftops, it’s that solid of a blueprint for building an authority site.

Do yourself a big favor and check it out today. Here’s my affiliate link which means when you go there, I make a small commission if you decide to buy the course. Remember, there is absolutely no obligation to do so. But I highly recommend you consider it!

http://jvz3.com/c/18252/670

This ecourse is by Dennis Gaskill a guy who has been earning his living from authority sites since the late 1990’s, he is ready to share this with you!

He documents step-by-step exactly how he does it. It’s all there: strategy, multiple income streams, search engine optimization . . . everything. Just follow in his footsteps!

And BTW,  the ONLY reliable way to get around the search engine’s assault on weeding out weak sites from their top search results is to build an authority site. The ONLY course I’d recommend on this topic is How to Build an Authority Site. Buy it, and beat the search engine game.

PPS – Don’t let the word “authority” bother you – anyone can be an “authority” and anyone make an authority site. Search engines are weeding out junk sites, authority sites are the future. Get in on it now to maximize your rewards!

Heidi Richards Mooney is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of WE Magazine for Women, a WordPress Web Designer, the author of a dozen books and a social media consultant and trainer. Heidi has interviewed hundreds of experts on Social Media Around the World. In 2003 Heidi was named one of 50 women shaping the Internet by the International Virtual Women’s Chamber of Commerce. In 2009 she was named a Twitter Woman to Follow by Only2Clicks.com. She works with solopreneurs, professionals and small businesses in ecommerce, direct sales and retail. Follow Heidi on Google Plus

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