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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by compufixhelp, Sep 9, 2004.

  1. compufixhelp

    compufixhelp Member

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    I havn't got any traffic to my website. Any ideas, I have already udes Cpanel- Search Engine Submit. Anyone have any ideas?


    Thanks,
    William
     
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    sHORTYWZ Well-Known Member

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    Posting the exact same message in all forums here definately isn't the answer.
     
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    Man, like we could tell you why no one wants to go to your site. Crossposting definately isnt the answer.
     
  4. compufixhelp

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    Who made you boss of telling people where to post.
     
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    casey Well-Known Member

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    You just got added to a bunch of peoples' ignore list with that comment. Cross-posting wastes everyone's time. Good luck finding any help from now on.
     
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    Because most people here are smart enough to not cross post things like this. No one here can help you with your SEO and just because you submit to an engine does not mean you get free traffic.
     
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    Maybe your site fucking sucks?
     
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    Couldn't have said it better myself m8 :P

    Honestly.. to the post starter.. you cant just expect traffic. Submitting your sites to search engines will do didly squat if you don't have what people are looking for. Then again, if you do have what people are after, your probably lost in a list of 4 million other sites.

    Don't hold your breath for traffic from search engines, unless you do your research.

    Cross posting isn't going to get you anywhere but banned, especially seeing as the post has nothing to do with cpanel, just your ignorance.
     
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    It is called courtesy. The same courtesy you are seeking from those that would help you with your problem. 7 cross posts (1 for every forum you have access to) and a smart ass reply on your first day here? Congratulations on being the fastest person ever to make it to my ignore list. You beat the 'turn $6 into $6 billion' guy by 30 seconds.
     
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    Interestingly enough, had he been asking this question on other forums open to the general public, and actually posted a link to the site, he may have actually got some traffic for a day or two. :D
     
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