Leading SEO agency Domaincheck SEO have recently re- launched their popular Traffic Builder Mini Website to help customers struggling to regain their online presence after Google’s recent algorithm update, dubbed ‘the Penguin’.
The Penguin update caused many websites to fall in the SERPs, otherwise known as positional listings for certain keywords, leaving business owners frustrated as visitor numbers plummeted. Not all websites were affected, but even those practicing ‘safe’ SEO tactics had the potential to be (somewhat wrongly) penalised. Thankfully, the effects of the update were temporary for many, but for others their websites still remain buried in the Google Mausoleum.
The Traffic Builder program by Domaincheck SEO has acted as a support network of links for businesses for many years now, and the recent algorithm changes have pushed the ‘mini websites’ to the forefront of Domaincheck SEO’s strategy. A combination of fresh content, links, and a built-in enquiry form, the sites are frequently purchased on mass by businesses, and operate under domain names associated with individual products and services supplied by a company.
The concept is simple; by creating a web of links fielding back to your main website, you gain more authority (because your providing more useful content to internet users), and this causes the main site to rise in the search engines. Available at Domaincheck SEO from just £25 + VAT per year, the Traffic Builder is fast becoming one of the most popular website accessories of 2012.