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When to start SEO for Halloween site?

kripkegirl
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When to start SEO for Halloween site?

Would now be a good time to start working on a Halloween site since SEO usually takes up to 6 months?
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Hi kripkegirl,

Yes, get that site up and running. You do not have to limit the site to just halloween costumes, you can just make it into one site where anyone can get any costume. Then promote it each season, like this holiday season feature Santa costumes and Santa Elves.

Hope t hat helps. Have a good day!
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kripkegirl
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Yeah, I was thinking of making it a full on Halloween site. Tips on safety. decorating ideas, themed parties, the ideas are endless. I can still be adding pages on Halloween day lol
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Hi kripkegirl,

Yes the sooner the better :) You'll have ample time in making traffic to your site for good keywords.

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Get going now! The time is always. Those that wait until Halloween to promote are not going to compete.
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kripkegirl
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I've already started doing research. I'm working out what my keywords will be so I can begin to write my articles.
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Hi kripkegirl,

Sounds great! By the time Halloween rolls in next year, you could be ranking for your target keywords already! :)

Happy Holidays!
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I'm finding that many of the items I'll be marketing for Halloween fit all holidays and celebrations. Is it a bad idea to pick a domain name that could encompass all the holidays but just focus on targeting to get seo for each holiday 7 to 8 months ahead of that holiday. Or should I keep the site focused and start other sites for other holidays?
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esolutions wrote:Get going now! The time is always. Those that wait until Halloween to promote are not going to compete.


Unless they pop PPV ads over everyones blog pages ;)
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kripkegirl
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since much of the site is going to be picture links of the products, how many pages of articles should my Halloween site actually have? would descriptions of each costume be a better way to go?
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Hi,

I'm finding that many of the items I'll be marketing for Halloween fit all holidays and celebrations. Is it a bad idea to pick a domain name that could encompass all the holidays but just focus on targeting to get seo for each holiday 7 to 8 months ahead of that holiday. Or should I keep the site focused and start other sites for other holidays?


I suggest you keep things organized by separating these products and creating one site at a time. This will also make things a lot easier for you and not "overwhelm" you :) Probably you can start with a Halloween site then once your site is up and established, you can go and create a new site.

since much of the site is going to be picture links of the products, how many pages of articles should my Halloween site actually have? would descriptions of each costume be a better way to go?


Product descriptions are good AND/OR you can create a blog page and then post your content there as well.

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kripkegirl
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I've been hearing about Halloween Superaffiliate. I have intention of buying the course but I've read enough to understand that it promotes building 3-5 page mini sites. Is there anything wrong with taking this approach to start? I would assume that you can always go back and add more content later?
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Hi,what is Halloween site?
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kripkegirl wrote:I've been hearing about Halloween Superaffiliate. I have intention of buying the course but I've read enough to understand that it promotes building 3-5 page mini sites. Is there anything wrong with taking this approach to start? I would assume that you can always go back and add more content later?


You are correct that you can start a small site and then build on later. It's easier to build, promote and maintain one authority site than a lot of small sites.
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Creating mini sites is a good way to start and these kinds of sites are very manageable. And yes, there is nothing wrong with adding more content later. In fact, Google loves new content.

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