Let’s face it; I’m a journeyman when it comes to web traffic and SEO. I know the basics. I know how to do keyword research and how to use keywords. But I don’t focus enough on linkbuilding. I can get 100+ visitors per week to a lens, but not thousands. Some people can.
So my tips and suggestions here can get you from raw beginner to intermediate, but not expert SEO level.
However, there’s something else I’ve learned a lot about: Squidoo in general! How to build lenses. What looks good. I probably know as much about Squidoo modules as any ordinary member, since I did a test drive of every Squidoo module in 2008 and again this November.
So I’ve created a new “Lensblography” blog: a lensography of all my lenses done as a blog. Partly, as you should guess, it’s to build backlinks to my lenses. Partly it’s to help fans find my old lenses.
But on each lens, I’m going to share THREE things you may find useful:
- What I Learned Making This Lens
- What I Didn’t Learn Making This Lens
- Lens Stats and Milestones
So check out Greekgeek’s Lensblography in the weeks to come. I’ve got two lenses reviewed so far.