Outrank the competition with silo web design!

There are several key parts to building a solid website which will rank well in the search engines and continue to grow over long haul. This can be a mind boggling task, especially if you are building it yourself and even more so, if you lack experience. Take it from one who is a self-taught, do-it-yourselfer—it really can be done. You just need to use the right strategy and follow a set plan.

Face it: You can no longer whip up a site in one day and expect to make money. That’s not saying it is not possible, because it is—it just takes more time and work than it used to, in order to generate income for more than a few weeks. Those of us who have been doing this kind of thing for a while know that.

Myth: There is no such thing as a “set it and forget it” program that will make you money for a long run. Good sites need to be fed and need to grow.

Here’s a nice article discussing in detail the nitty-gritty of silo web design concept to get web pages at the top of search engine results. In it I mentioned something called “The Master Plan“.

The Master Plan, written by Charles Heflin, who coined the phrase “silo structure“, is a smart, common sense theory that consists of an organized plan, site structure and traffic development plan.

It is written in a no-nonsense (no fluff), easy to understand (even for the novice) manner that takes away the mystery of Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) and keyword research.

You will use it as your step-by-step guide and like myself, probably refer back to it often. To find out more about this indispensable guide go to The Master Plan.

Download a free primer to get a taste of Charles’ know-how.

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