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I've added to a wizzle and still the rating is going down -- is it really that bad of an article?

 
sheilamarie
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on 01/04/2012

I wrote a series of articles featuring children's authors and some of their books I've enjoyed. I know now that these kinds of articles may not have been a stellar choice by SEO standards and I've accepted that, but I am really worried about one of them. It is a wizzle about Cynthia Rylant. After a month its rating was down to 8%. I've added some more content and now the rating is down to 7%. Any suggestions as to how to salvage this article? I appreciate that maybe choosing one book may have been a better choice, but she has written so many wonderful books! If you were me, how would you improve this wizzle?

http://wizzley.com/cynthia-rylant/


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chefkeem
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on 01/04/2012

I just gave you a thumb-up. In addition, try to say more in your title, i.e. "Cynthia Rylant - Children's Book Summaries and Video Reviews".

Then promote on Twitter, FB, etc. for some traffic. Traffic is what's missing for your article.

Comments help, too. Ask your friends in your social network.

Hope this helps.  Smile


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sheilamarie
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on 01/04/2012

Thanks, Chefkeem! And thanks, kinworm and Dustytoes, for your visits and comments!

My promotion skills can only go up!


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Marie
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on 01/04/2012

I don't know if this will help but I look to my analytics section when a page isn't performing well and try to see if there are specific modules that get more clicks - I then move these up the page.

Sometimes I change the title as well to one which might be more appropriate or attention grabbing.

Usually my poor performing pages do have a lack of traffic so also going back to google adwords to look for a different way to market the page can be beneficial. How else are people looking for the subject etc?


sheilamarie
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on 01/05/2012

Thank you, kinworm. Those are some good points.


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Kangaroo_Jase
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on 01/05/2012

Time, you have to give your Wizzles more time.

I know it seems a pain in the ars@ to wait and also to get out there and do the work to get traffic and for  traffic to come but like some other places that have numbers attached to articles, don't get to hung up on this.

Patience in definitely needed in this game!

Sheri_Oz
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on 01/18/2012

Hi. I'm reading here to learn more and I found this response - I tried to look at analytics of my pages and I could get stats for individual pages but not for specific modules. How can one do that?

 

kinworm: 04. Jan 2012, 15:32

I don't know if this will help but I look to my analytics section when a page isn't performing well and try to see if there are specific modules that get more clicks - I then move these up the page.

Sometimes I change the title as well to one which might be more appropriate or attention grabbing.

Usually my poor performing pages do have a lack of traffic so also going back to google adwords to look for a different way to market the page can be beneficial. How else are people looking for the subject etc?

 


Marie
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on 01/18/2012

If I go to my Account on Wizzley, then Analytics, I can see all the individual modules under the heading 'Module' - it cannot display certain module stats like the carousel widget.

I normally type my page in, in the search box on the Analytics page. Eg: Best Giraffe Gifts and that makes it very easy to see which modules are performing well or not on each page.

 


Sheri_Oz
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on 01/18/2012

Sorry to invade sheilamarie's post, I'll move this question to help as I still don't get it.


Digby_Adams
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on 01/18/2012

Perhaps you should start a new topic.

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