Sometimes webmasters make such mistakes that prevent good picture indexing images by Google Images. And today we’re going to remind (or to learn) them how to help the search engine to find the best pictures from the site.
I hate to admit that this is exactly what happened to me. I thought one database was another; and then without even realizing my mistake for about an hour, the database was deleted, and my blog site was down.
Wow. Did that happen?
Yes, it did. I confirmed it.
I didn’t think I would leave a generic title on the database name, and I thought it would be better to have more space and delete the extra database from a website I no longer used. Was it the extra site I no longer used? Nope. Like I said, I confirmed my deletion.
My lights went off, and now I’m panicking, because I now have no idea how to get my blog site back up and running. Research. Google. Search. Look. So much to look at. Finally, I gave in—and being luckily to have a website friend—I asked him to help me out. He was happy to.
I have been dabbling in web and internet marketing for a while now and I have really come to appreciate the fact that this entire process actually has a pretty steep learning curve.
Running a web-based business as either a product or service owner or as an affiliate for someone else’s product or service takes hard work and patience. Actually, it takes lots of patience.
Additionally, looking back at 2012 in retrospect, I can now see that patience is the most valuable quality of all, especially with all of the search engine algorithm updates.
Regardless, when it come to internet or web-based marketing, ultimately successful efforts are ultimately divided into two categories.
Category Number One – Content Creation
Solid content is the heart of any and every successful marketing campaign. Without it, you have nothing to motivate your visitors to take action. So basically, you don’t make any money.
Niche marketing can be tons of fun and a great way to make affiliate cach if you have a plan in place to drive traffic.
One of the best ways to do this is to set up an authority site based around a niche of interest.
Of course, this may sound difficult, but its really not. All you have to do is have a plan in place that will break up the process into a series of simple steps. Minimal investment will be required, but its well worth it.
Step 1 – Get A Domain And Hosting
For a domain name and hosting, I recommend BlueHost.Com.
Bluehost’s dedication to excellence has placed us in the top position of shared hosting companies. Bluehost utilizes the latest in server and server room technology to insure our customer’s uptime and website speed isn’t compromised. Bluehost is reliable and trustworthy, knowledgable and helpful as well as innovative and stable.
If you are a webmaster, there will inevitably be days where you wake up, check your analytics and immediately notice that something is just not right.
The traffic that you have been enjoying just isn’t there…you should be at “X” number of visits by this point, but traffic is way, way low with respect to where it usually is.
Ahhh, you just experienced the dreaded “SEO Taper”, the point where Google, who had been sending you tons of long-tail traffic, suddenly decided that you content wasn’t so hot after all…and put you in your place…the SERP dungeon.
Don’t Sweat It
It happens to us all, really, we all get hit like this. I know that TheBitBot.Com does occasionally. With over 1000 authors for this blog, many of them accomplished writers, you would expect some consistency, some normalcy, but the truth of the matter is, we all “take it on the chin” occasionally.