Learn Why Your Homestead Website Isn’t Getting Found

I have been an avid user of Intuit’s Homestead website builder for several years. If your site isn’t getting traffic, then you’re not being found. Why is that? Well, there are many factors that affect whether your pages are discovered by the major search engines known as Google, Bing and Yahoo. You should always register your website with the search engines and make sure that you have one link pointing to your site. Follow the suggestions below to get on the right track.

Do three things first to help get indexed with search engines.

1)    Submit my site to Google.com (refer to the pictures below).
Register Homestead Website With GoogleAdd SiteAdding URL to Search EnginesWhere to Submit Homestead website
2)    Create a back link-If you create a free account at Goarticles.com you can write an article about your niche. In the author’s bio section you can include the address of your website. Make sure that you post the entire URL (example: ‘http://www.mysite.com’) in this section.

3)     You must learn Homestead website optimization. What does that mean? Well, inside the SiteBuilder there are specific things that must be done correctly in order for the search engines to even look at your pages. To begin learning how to get more traffic through search engines check out this free SEO Homestead eBook.

What does SEO stand for? This is the abbreviation for the term “search engine optimization.” There are at least ten things inside the Site Builder that must be done correctly in order for your pages to be optimized properly. Once everything is coordinated together in unity, then you will have a much better chance of getting found by search engines.

If your Homestead website is not optimized correctly you are not getting the traffic you desire.

The keywords that you are focusing will on have a lot to do with where you are placed in the search engine results pages.

After making the proper corrections to get your site optimized correctly, it may take a few months to a year before you start showing up on the first page of the search results. This is very much dependent upon the amount of competition that you have in your niche. You will be indexed and somewhere in the results but being found in top placements is going to require some work.

That could very well be another reason why your Homestead site isn’t getting discovered, the level of competition is too great for a new website to rank well. If this is the case, then as you study and learn about how to optimize a Homestead website, you’re going to get tips on how to beat the competition.

Four of the most competitive niches are insurance, money, websites and dating. If your website is related to any of those niches, you will have to put forth effort to get traffic.

If your Homestead web pages are indexed, but no where to be found, then you are going to have to work at getting traffic to come to your pages. If you have the time to invest in learning, start with the free Homestead Get More Traffic eBook and the SEO ebook for SiteBuilder Users. Both of these offer suggestions for getting your Intuit website found on the Internet by more people.