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« on: December 15, 2019, 08:12 »
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This subject relates not only to selling stock direct or making a new successful stock site, but also to succeeding with any king of content - site, blog, forum, video, etc, with which people can try to make money on the internet.

1st basic generic crap I see on the internet is "content is the king - just have the good content and the money will come (automatically)". Wrong. Even the best content in 99% will not do anything alone because it will mainly stay invisible. So how to make your content visible and how to attract people / buyers to it?

2nd generic crap I see repeating all over the internet is "share your content and write about it on the social media, that is so awesome strategy and it so works". Wrong again. People on the social media couldn't care less about what you are doing (unless maybe if we talk about the closest circle of people). People are inert. People don't want to spend time, energy or money on something which is not already established. So how in this circumstances to get people really interested and invested in your non-established name and content? How to become established?

little more "advanced" and insightful, but still crap advice I see on the internet is to invest into paid ads on google and facebook. Still wrong. Many people who tried this reported that it doesn't work, and why would be when vast majority of people don't like seeing ads, some of us use ad-blockers, and there is still a story about really reaching out to people and gaining their trust - seeing your spamming ad obviously won't achieve this.


We all (should) know that the difference between successful and the rest on the internet is proper marketing. It's also familiar that successful people usually don't share their secrets. But 1. someone at least moderately successful will maybe decide to share something useful, and 2. the rest of us together can try to figure at least something out.

So the question is - what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?


« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2019, 08:56 »
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How much would you pay for these secrets?  ;) 
Maybe there are people wanting more competition... but I think that most don't.
« Last Edit: December 15, 2019, 08:59 by DiscreetDuck »

« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2019, 09:52 »
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Well, my general principal, whether we're talking on stock or on other businesses (I have actually worked a lot for clients on paid ads) is about what you are selling. So, content is king, indeed, but it's not about an outstanding quality, but about niches.

The internet is big (not only in the microstock world) so you won't take it over. You need then to find niches that you can try to take over, whether it's location or topics/branches/businesses, check if there is a market for you, and take it over, and constantly experiment for new sectors. it's another principle linked to the long tail. In the end, it will be easier, and cheaper to control niches than trying to become visible on broader markets.

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« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2019, 10:52 »
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Sometimes it's also a matter of sheer luck, of being at the right time, at the right place, with a unique, quality product or concept that people didn't know they needed. Or having the right connections in your network to spread the word quickly among the big names out there.

Most people don't have access to that, so most of their ideas or products will fade into obscurity.

« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2019, 11:01 »
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Sometimes it's also a matter of sheer luck, of being at the right time, at the right place, with a unique, quality product or concept that people didn't know they needed. Or having the right connections in your network to spread the word quickly among the big names out there.

Most people don't have access to that, so most of their ideas or products will fade into obscurity.

Knowing the right people makes the huge difference. And if you don't know them, I guess it's very difficult to connect with them. If you are someone completely anonymous, I guess connecting with some of those people would require that you pay them for their favors / services, because otherwise they will just ignore you. Hopefully that's not the only option available, because it seems very difficult and too expensive.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #5 on: December 15, 2019, 12:53 »
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So the question is - what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?

Don't rely on the Internet. Do something other than trying to be a stock photographer. That's the straight answer. You are trying to make a living at some endeavor that's in decline and still sinking.

Content in any sales business is king. Good reliable product quality is the foundation of any business. Quality sells over cheap for the important, professional and top paying customers.

I'd agree with you that social media, marketing, trying to be seen or paying for views, just doesn't seem to bring the returns that some imagine. Exposure  ::) doesn't directly translate into sales. Sales (licenses) are what makes income. My point is, the market is declining, dropping, falling, unsustainable... and you want to know how to make more, in the same business?

Not sure there's a good positive answer.

« Reply #6 on: December 16, 2019, 02:28 »
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They are called "Secrets" fro a reason after all.

There is a difference in selling stock or products vs created for web content.
They actually do apply for "free" offered content that base profit in views and followers.
I think that StockMan11 is right on this kind of promotion, contacts do matter.

My current mood is that logging off forums and refreshing "sources" might give other perspective.
I also think that Uncle Pete is correct. For low budjet non released model work we are mostly beating a dead donkey.

Merry Christmas to all.

« Reply #7 on: December 16, 2019, 08:57 »
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Marketing particularly stock in the current climate is hard....thats why we pay the likes of Shutterstock so much to do it. To go it alone you need to put as much time and expertise into it (if not more) as creating images.

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #8 on: December 16, 2019, 12:35 »
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Marketing particularly stock in the current climate is hard....thats why we pay the likes of Shutterstock so much to do it. To go it alone you need to put as much time and expertise into it (if not more) as creating images.

Yes, I neglected that point, we pay a heavy percentage for the agencies to do their marketing. I'm not sure what the OP was actually getting at. Maybe marketing beyond what the agencies do, then why and how do we point people to our work, for sale, where?

« Reply #9 on: December 17, 2019, 07:51 »
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This subject relates not only to selling stock direct or making a new successful stock site, but also to succeeding with any king of content - site, blog, forum, video, etc, with which people can try to make money on the internet.

1st basic generic crap I see on the internet is "content is the king - just have the good content and the money will come (automatically)". Wrong. Even the best content in 99% will not do anything alone because it will mainly stay invisible. So how to make your content visible and how to attract people / buyers to it?

2nd generic crap I see repeating all over the internet is "share your content and write about it on the social media, that is so awesome strategy and it so works". Wrong again. People on the social media couldn't care less about what you are doing (unless maybe if we talk about the closest circle of people). People are inert. People don't want to spend time, energy or money on something which is not already established. So how in this circumstances to get people really interested and invested in your non-established name and content? How to become established?

little more "advanced" and insightful, but still crap advice I see on the internet is to invest into paid ads on google and facebook. Still wrong. Many people who tried this reported that it doesn't work, and why would be when vast majority of people don't like seeing ads, some of us use ad-blockers, and there is still a story about really reaching out to people and gaining their trust - seeing your spamming ad obviously won't achieve this.


We all (should) know that the difference between successful and the rest on the internet is proper marketing. It's also familiar that successful people usually don't share their secrets. But 1. someone at least moderately successful will maybe decide to share something useful, and 2. the rest of us together can try to figure at least something out.

So the question is - what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?

Well that's pretty pessimistic ... Firstly, people do read online ... A LOT ... and with smart voice devices you definitely want to be writing good, clear content for all those rich snippets for google to gobble.

Second, social does work ... post more ...

and thirdly, OF COURSE ADS WORK. But, sometimes it's difficult to advertise to people that have the need/intent to purchase your products. The ad cost is too expensive to justify for microstock but, a larger ticket item for 25 per click is not bad. But, you still have to target the ideal audience, preferably a very narrow audience. The more specific the better really.

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #10 on: December 17, 2019, 11:09 »
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This subject relates not only to selling stock direct or making a new successful stock site, but also to succeeding with any king of content - site, blog, forum, video, etc, with which people can try to make money on the internet.

1st basic generic crap I see on the internet is "content is the king - just have the good content and the money will come (automatically)". Wrong. Even the best content in 99% will not do anything alone because it will mainly stay invisible. So how to make your content visible and how to attract people / buyers to it?

2nd generic crap I see repeating all over the internet is "share your content and write about it on the social media, that is so awesome strategy and it so works". Wrong again. People on the social media couldn't care less about what you are doing (unless maybe if we talk about the closest circle of people). People are inert. People don't want to spend time, energy or money on something which is not already established. So how in this circumstances to get people really interested and invested in your non-established name and content? How to become established?

little more "advanced" and insightful, but still crap advice I see on the internet is to invest into paid ads on google and facebook. Still wrong. Many people who tried this reported that it doesn't work, and why would be when vast majority of people don't like seeing ads, some of us use ad-blockers, and there is still a story about really reaching out to people and gaining their trust - seeing your spamming ad obviously won't achieve this.


We all (should) know that the difference between successful and the rest on the internet is proper marketing. It's also familiar that successful people usually don't share their secrets. But 1. someone at least moderately successful will maybe decide to share something useful, and 2. the rest of us together can try to figure at least something out.

So the question is - what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?

Well that's pretty pessimistic ... Firstly, people do read online ... A LOT ... and with smart voice devices you definitely want to be writing good, clear content for all those rich snippets for google to gobble.

Second, social does work ... post more ...

and thirdly, OF COURSE ADS WORK. But, sometimes it's difficult to advertise to people that have the need/intent to purchase your products. The ad cost is too expensive to justify for microstock but, a larger ticket item for 25 per click is not bad. But, you still have to target the ideal audience, preferably a very narrow audience. The more specific the better really.

How does what you wrote apply to making money with Microstock?

Are you saying social media can increase my downloads and income? I should write a blog or something? Microstock is not a big ticket item. I can't pay 25c a click for people to come look at my portfolio.

But just wondering, how would you answer the OP about Marketing Microstock? You seem to have background, knowledge and information about Internet marketing?

what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?

« Reply #11 on: December 18, 2019, 09:50 »
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How does what you wrote apply to making money with Microstock?

Are you saying social media can increase my downloads and income? I should write a blog or something? Microstock is not a big ticket item. I can't pay 25c a click for people to come look at my portfolio.

But just wondering, how would you answer the OP about Marketing Microstock? You seem to have background, knowledge and information about Internet marketing?

what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?

I wasn't directly applying what I said to microstock. If you're trying to directly compete with SS you're in a losing game ... and for what? A couple bucks a day?  Cost per click on say "stock image online" is $25 ... I'd near a guess that they're losing money on those adverts and they have more content than any one person could ever produce. Pick your battles.

Blog and video content is a great place to start. All of these 0 competition phrases are great places to start ... Again though, how are you going to CONVERT any readers into people buying YOUR content. Almost has to be something that you self host ... Microstock is a downhill battle ... with cactuses and ... rocks ...

« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2019, 13:59 »
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I will give you my secret as a Christmas present. I do post photos with stories, on Twitter and LinkedIn weekly with a link to my different stock sites. I don't think I get any sells by doing this but I do think I get more sales by this. When I do the posting on these sites it seems my sales are higher that week. When I stop posting the next week my sales drop. What I guess is happening is the algorithm of the site is in favor for me the more new people look at my stock sites.Just my guess. If wrong that is OK....Merry Christmas   

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #13 on: December 18, 2019, 15:06 »
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How does what you wrote apply to making money with Microstock?

Are you saying social media can increase my downloads and income? I should write a blog or something? Microstock is not a big ticket item. I can't pay 25c a click for people to come look at my portfolio.

But just wondering, how would you answer the OP about Marketing Microstock? You seem to have background, knowledge and information about Internet marketing?

what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?


I wasn't directly applying what I said to microstock. If you're trying to directly compete with SS you're in a losing game ... and for what? A couple bucks a day?  Cost per click on say "stock image online" is $25 ... I'd near a guess that they're losing money on those adverts and they have more content than any one person could ever produce. Pick your battles.

Blog and video content is a great place to start. All of these 0 competition phrases are great places to start ... Again though, how are you going to CONVERT any readers into people buying YOUR content. Almost has to be something that you self host ... Microstock is a downhill battle ... with cactuses and ... rocks ...


Thanks that makes better sense now that I understand you better.  :)

Not sure I understand a 0 competition phrase or how I'd use that. I do try to find subjects that aren't well covered on SS for example. Not that they are also in high demand or will get high numbers of downloads, but a sliced kumquat 1537, or Kumquat 6,570, will get more selective views than sliced tomato at 711,603! So I'd agree, pick your battles makes good sense. I'm not going to ever say again when I find one. I did on SS forum and the title went from one page, mostly mine to spammed up with hundreds of images. Of course mine still stand out as they are distinctive, not a set of hundreds of similar, with nothing but a change of the flag.  ::)

I'm still interested in how anyone might market or attract buyers to our work. I mean posting on FB, Twitter, Pinterest, any of those?

Can you elaborate on 0 competition phrases? I mean something or some words that someone might actually search for?

I will give you my secret as a Christmas present. I do post photos with stories, on Twitter and LinkedIn weekly with a link to my different stock sites. I don't think I get any sells by doing this but I do think I get more sales by this. When I do the posting on these sites it seems my sales are higher that week. When I stop posting the next week my sales drop. What I guess is happening is the algorithm of the site is in favor for me the more new people look at my stock sites.Just my guess. If wrong that is OK....Merry Christmas   


Linkedin, there's the first useful comment I've seen, for my name. You can do photos with stories there? So what you are saying is, if I do a story on FB with my photos, or do you mean links to my photos on an agency site, even if I don't get a direct download, the traffic will increase and I'll get more downloads? Interesting and creative.

Here's one, and I'm not even going to take a side, because it's just so strange, but maybe it worked? People used to spam up the forums on SS and BS with images, and one guy did this daily, and claimed he got more sales because of the images that showed on forums. I don't know how this idea is testable? He's not the only one who used the same system for getting more attention and believed that there were more sales because of this.

I will say, when I managed websites, not my own, I'd put an unlinked page in with a link to http://CrapStock.com (for example) i don't know if search engines found how many pages were linked to a site and if that raised rank. Funny thing is, sites I don't work for anymore, still have those, unless someone happens to look at every web page on the system, to see what's there. I suspect somewhere I have links on hidden pages, to other websites that don't exist anymore.

Of course businesses change, they change hosting, information sites, drop and all those pages are gone into nothingness. I don't know if links from friends works anymore either. Back when, we'd have trades, you link to my site, I link to yours, Bob links to mine I link to his, Tom links to mine, I link to his... The idea was, more sites linking to something, make it more popular?

Anyway, the OP brings up an interesting question and reading answers is also interesting. I view it as, Is there actually anything we can do, that will bring more people to our portfolio on a stock site? I mean short of "free picture of the week" on a personal website, and a link to More By This Photographer on Shutterstock. LOL  ;D


« Reply #14 on: December 18, 2019, 22:09 »
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How does what you wrote apply to making money with Microstock?

Are you saying social media can increase my downloads and income? I should write a blog or something? Microstock is not a big ticket item. I can't pay 25c a click for people to come look at my portfolio.

But just wondering, how would you answer the OP about Marketing Microstock? You seem to have background, knowledge and information about Internet marketing?

what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?


I wasn't directly applying what I said to microstock. If you're trying to directly compete with SS you're in a losing game ... and for what? A couple bucks a day?  Cost per click on say "stock image online" is $25 ... I'd near a guess that they're losing money on those adverts and they have more content than any one person could ever produce. Pick your battles.

Blog and video content is a great place to start. All of these 0 competition phrases are great places to start ... Again though, how are you going to CONVERT any readers into people buying YOUR content. Almost has to be something that you self host ... Microstock is a downhill battle ... with cactuses and ... rocks ...


Thanks that makes better sense now that I understand you better.  :)

Not sure I understand a 0 competition phrase or how I'd use that. I do try to find subjects that aren't well covered on SS for example. Not that they are also in high demand or will get high numbers of downloads, but a sliced kumquat 1537, or Kumquat 6,570, will get more selective views than sliced tomato at 711,603! So I'd agree, pick your battles makes good sense. I'm not going to ever say again when I find one. I did on SS forum and the title went from one page, mostly mine to spammed up with hundreds of images. Of course mine still stand out as they are distinctive, not a set of hundreds of similar, with nothing but a change of the flag.  ::)

I'm still interested in how anyone might market or attract buyers to our work. I mean posting on FB, Twitter, Pinterest, any of those?

Can you elaborate on 0 competition phrases? I mean something or some words that someone might actually search for?

I will give you my secret as a Christmas present. I do post photos with stories, on Twitter and LinkedIn weekly with a link to my different stock sites. I don't think I get any sells by doing this but I do think I get more sales by this. When I do the posting on these sites it seems my sales are higher that week. When I stop posting the next week my sales drop. What I guess is happening is the algorithm of the site is in favor for me the more new people look at my stock sites.Just my guess. If wrong that is OK....Merry Christmas   


Linkedin, there's the first useful comment I've seen, for my name. You can do photos with stories there? So what you are saying is, if I do a story on FB with my photos, or do you mean links to my photos on an agency site, even if I don't get a direct download, the traffic will increase and I'll get more downloads? Interesting and creative.

Here's one, and I'm not even going to take a side, because it's just so strange, but maybe it worked? People used to spam up the forums on SS and BS with images, and one guy did this daily, and claimed he got more sales because of the images that showed on forums. I don't know how this idea is testable? He's not the only one who used the same system for getting more attention and believed that there were more sales because of this.

I will say, when I managed websites, not my own, I'd put an unlinked page in with a link to http://CrapStock.com (for example) i don't know if search engines found how many pages were linked to a site and if that raised rank. Funny thing is, sites I don't work for anymore, still have those, unless someone happens to look at every web page on the system, to see what's there. I suspect somewhere I have links on hidden pages, to other websites that don't exist anymore.

Of course businesses change, they change hosting, information sites, drop and all those pages are gone into nothingness. I don't know if links from friends works anymore either. Back when, we'd have trades, you link to my site, I link to yours, Bob links to mine I link to his, Tom links to mine, I link to his... The idea was, more sites linking to something, make it more popular?

Anyway, the OP brings up an interesting question and reading answers is also interesting. I view it as, Is there actually anything we can do, that will bring more people to our portfolio on a stock site? I mean short of "free picture of the week" on a personal website, and a link to More By This Photographer on Shutterstock. LOL  ;D


The SEOC column I have sorted in that photo I posted is basically 0 competition. You still want to be using it in titles (permalinks and whatnot) that's what I mean. Keyword tools like this are handy when you're looking for long tail things to publish content on but, if you had the content for it you could effectively take something like "image photo stock" there with the 1,729 searches ... buy imagephotostock.com (from me, obviously ... https://bestwebsiteandhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&domain=register&query=imagephotostock.com)

Host your images and plan your content strategy around that ... Low competition and assuming your content is good, you'd hopefully be looking at a 3% conversion ... with $0 advertising dollars.

« Reply #15 on: December 19, 2019, 03:58 »
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How does what you wrote apply to making money with Microstock?

Are you saying social media can increase my downloads and income? I should write a blog or something? Microstock is not a big ticket item. I can't pay 25c a click for people to come look at my portfolio.

But just wondering, how would you answer the OP about Marketing Microstock? You seem to have background, knowledge and information about Internet marketing?

what are the real working secrets of marketing your content? Instead of wasting our time on usual generic crap advices, what are we really supposed to do in order to succeed?


I wasn't directly applying what I said to microstock. If you're trying to directly compete with SS you're in a losing game ... and for what? A couple bucks a day?  Cost per click on say "stock image online" is $25 ... I'd near a guess that they're losing money on those adverts and they have more content than any one person could ever produce. Pick your battles.

Blog and video content is a great place to start. All of these 0 competition phrases are great places to start ... Again though, how are you going to CONVERT any readers into people buying YOUR content. Almost has to be something that you self host ... Microstock is a downhill battle ... with cactuses and ... rocks ...


Thanks that makes better sense now that I understand you better.  :)

Not sure I understand a 0 competition phrase or how I'd use that. I do try to find subjects that aren't well covered on SS for example. Not that they are also in high demand or will get high numbers of downloads, but a sliced kumquat 1537, or Kumquat 6,570, will get more selective views than sliced tomato at 711,603! So I'd agree, pick your battles makes good sense. I'm not going to ever say again when I find one. I did on SS forum and the title went from one page, mostly mine to spammed up with hundreds of images. Of course mine still stand out as they are distinctive, not a set of hundreds of similar, with nothing but a change of the flag.  ::)

I'm still interested in how anyone might market or attract buyers to our work. I mean posting on FB, Twitter, Pinterest, any of those?

Can you elaborate on 0 competition phrases? I mean something or some words that someone might actually search for?

I will give you my secret as a Christmas present. I do post photos with stories, on Twitter and LinkedIn weekly with a link to my different stock sites. I don't think I get any sells by doing this but I do think I get more sales by this. When I do the posting on these sites it seems my sales are higher that week. When I stop posting the next week my sales drop. What I guess is happening is the algorithm of the site is in favor for me the more new people look at my stock sites.Just my guess. If wrong that is OK....Merry Christmas   


Linkedin, there's the first useful comment I've seen, for my name. You can do photos with stories there? So what you are saying is, if I do a story on FB with my photos, or do you mean links to my photos on an agency site, even if I don't get a direct download, the traffic will increase and I'll get more downloads? Interesting and creative.

Here's one, and I'm not even going to take a side, because it's just so strange, but maybe it worked? People used to spam up the forums on SS and BS with images, and one guy did this daily, and claimed he got more sales because of the images that showed on forums. I don't know how this idea is testable? He's not the only one who used the same system for getting more attention and believed that there were more sales because of this.

I will say, when I managed websites, not my own, I'd put an unlinked page in with a link to http://CrapStock.com (for example) i don't know if search engines found how many pages were linked to a site and if that raised rank. Funny thing is, sites I don't work for anymore, still have those, unless someone happens to look at every web page on the system, to see what's there. I suspect somewhere I have links on hidden pages, to other websites that don't exist anymore.

Of course businesses change, they change hosting, information sites, drop and all those pages are gone into nothingness. I don't know if links from friends works anymore either. Back when, we'd have trades, you link to my site, I link to yours, Bob links to mine I link to his, Tom links to mine, I link to his... The idea was, more sites linking to something, make it more popular?

Anyway, the OP brings up an interesting question and reading answers is also interesting. I view it as, Is there actually anything we can do, that will bring more people to our portfolio on a stock site? I mean short of "free picture of the week" on a personal website, and a link to More By This Photographer on Shutterstock. LOL  ;D


The SEOC column I have sorted in that photo I posted is basically 0 competition. You still want to be using it in titles (permalinks and whatnot) that's what I mean. Keyword tools like this are handy when you're looking for long tail things to publish content on but, if you had the content for it you could effectively take something like "image photo stock" there with the 1,729 searches ... buy imagephotostock.com (from me, obviously ... https://bestwebsiteandhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&domain=register&query=imagephotostock.com)

Host your images and plan your content strategy around that ... Low competition and assuming your content is good, you'd hopefully be looking at a 3% conversion ... with $0 advertising dollars.


I lOvE tO QuoTE!!!  ;D

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #16 on: December 19, 2019, 11:43 »
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The SEOC column I have sorted in that photo I posted is basically 0 competition. You still want to be using it in titles (permalinks and whatnot) that's what I mean. Keyword tools like this are handy when you're looking for long tail things to publish content on but, if you had the content for it you could effectively take something like "image photo stock" there with the 1,729 searches ... buy imagephotostock.com (from me, obviously ... https://bestwebsiteandhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&domain=register&query=imagephotostock.com)

Host your images and plan your content strategy around that ... Low competition and assuming your content is good, you'd hopefully be looking at a 3% conversion ... with $0 advertising dollars.


So now you're telling me, owning http://www.Crapstock.com wasn't a good move?  ;D

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Thanks for explaining, I'm not up to date on all the terms and analytics for websites.

Stuff like: Off-page optimization is the process of optimizing the off-page elements of your site. This usually includes building links to your site, conducting outreach to influencers, and guest blogging.



« Reply #17 on: December 20, 2019, 13:01 »
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So now you're telling me, owning http://www.Crapstock.com wasn't a good move?  ;D

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Thanks for explaining, I'm not up to date on all the terms and analytics for websites.

Stuff like: Off-page optimization is the process of optimizing the off-page elements of your site. This usually includes building links to your site, conducting outreach to influencers, and guest blogging.


Probably not your best idea.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #18 on: December 20, 2019, 13:50 »
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So now you're telling me, owning http://www.Crapstock.com wasn't a good move?  ;D

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Thanks for explaining, I'm not up to date on all the terms and analytics for websites.

Stuff like: Off-page optimization is the process of optimizing the off-page elements of your site. This usually includes building links to your site, conducting outreach to influencers, and guest blogging.


Probably not your best idea.


Just wait, it's a game changer, the next big thing, and will disrupt the market...  ;)

True, far from my worst ideas also, (one of the latest is a 25 foot sailboat), but positively done intentionally as humor, sarcasm and potentially wit. It could even be a commentary on Microstock. The first + on your comment came from me.

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Just wait, it's a game changer, the next big thing, and will disrupt the market...  ;)

True, far from my worst ideas also, (one of the latest is a 25 foot sailboat), but positively done intentionally as humor, sarcasm and potentially wit. It could even be a commentary on Microstock. The first + on your comment came from me.

lol. Well, let me know if you need any help. With the websites, not the sailboat. That's on you man. lol.


 

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