Tagged: seo widget link
December 6, 2016 at 2:20 am #28911December 6, 2016 at 2:30 am #28912
Oups, It seems that the images links are forced to https (you have to replace the urls to http to be able to see screen captures …December 6, 2016 at 2:50 am #28913
Me too. Google search result is a good way to monitoring ranking.
I use ‘cityscape photos’ to search my website. After implement link exchange widget, within 1 week, my site moved up from page 9 last one to page 6. It is working undoubtedly.December 6, 2016 at 5:09 am #28914
Chrisroll and Songquan:
I agree this is working great. I notice that I am ranking on the first page in Google searches with the big agencies – and their ads! That means I am showing up for free and they are paying to be where I am getting listed. Wow.
What I can’t figure out is why only 11 of us are using this free tool? That makes no sense to me. Why do you think it is being so under-used?
GeorgeDecember 6, 2016 at 5:25 am #28916
It will be interesting to know how many people use Symbiostock plugin.
For some reasons I don’t understand some artists prefer living hidden.
When you use the widget, everybody (and other artists) knows your site url…December 7, 2016 at 9:59 am #28925
Perhaps they don’t need or want business or sales? Still, to spend the time to build a site, you’d think they’d like to have the free traffic coming to their site, even if it is just to show off their art. Or, it is as you suggest: remain hidden from the world.
GeorgeDecember 7, 2016 at 1:34 pm #28928
I think people except a few of us might be visiting this forum once per half year and don’t know what is going on. I don’t think anyone will refuse this free opportunity to gain rank boost. Especially when site is up and running, they don’t come to the board any more.December 8, 2016 at 12:57 am #28936
I don’t think you are wrong with what you are saying about the lack of visits to this site by Symbiostock users. It doesn’t make sense to me to not visit often if you are really operating a Sysmbiostock-powered site. The exchange widget is a perfect example: I am sure glad I know about it. I am glad I signed up for it. This alone is a reason as to why visiting this site regularly just makes sense.
GeorgeDecember 8, 2016 at 2:13 am #28937
Me too. Set up the site is just the beginning. There are whole lot of work to be done.
However, others appears don’t think this way, or they have no idea how to maintain and improve their websites. Not suprising as they are photographers, illustrators not webmasters.
When site is up, it’s done. They don’t check plugin updates, they might thought just minor bug fix… The update newsletters might fall into trash can. They probably don’t know the existance of link exchange plugin.
That’s my explaination why only a handful of us are using the widget.December 8, 2016 at 10:31 am #28939
Songquan,Good explanation, and I think you are right. I spend a lot of time on my site and on social media promoting it. I
Good explanation, and I think you are right. I spend a lot of time on my site and on social media promoting it. Let’s hope more join the link exchange widget.
GeorgeDecember 15, 2016 at 9:31 pm #28972
This is great. This is what I see in Google search console:enlightenedmedia.com 8970georgesheldon.com 1793illustratoons.com 1157waltpayne.photography 472lemansstory.org 40symbiostock.org 8pinterest.com 4amazeindesign.com 4blogspot.com 1bookqua.com 1backyardstockphotos.com 1clipartman.com 1symbiostock.com 1eikon-pro.com 1bestcityscape.com 1symzio.com 13d-fonts.com 1domaintools.com 1ismysiteindexed.com 1Is the number of links (besides no of domains and quality) important? I see that some of us (I did it too) put the widget on every page or product page. If this is important then you should do it too. To enable – Visibility – Show if – Post Type is – Media – for product.December 21, 2016 at 6:52 am #29001
Thanks for posting this. So good to see I made it to the number 2 position on the list.
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