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What Should I Do For My Website Daily/Weekly/Monthly?

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What Should I Do For My Website Daily/Weekly/Monthly?

I want to make sure I'm not overlooking anything with my website.

Can you please tell me what needs to be done on a daily/weekly/monthly basis to create a successful website?

Many thanks,
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Hi Alain,

The Affiloblueprint course walks you through what you need to do to get the site up. After you complete the site, it is up to you how you would maintain the site on a reqular basis. Mark gave a sample link building strategy using both paid and free methods. You can find these on the sidebar of the Step 7 page.

You can follow the link building strategy and then add content creation tasks. I suggest you map out your goals, and then narrow them down on what you need to do on a weekly down to daily basis to achieve them.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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You just need to do content and link building most of the time once your website is up and running.

Now to determine whether a task can or should be done monthly/weekly/daily depends on your needs and preferences.

Like for example, you can set your content writing on a weekly basis, which means you add and post new content weekly.

As for link building, you can do this task daily. Spend at least 2 hours daily building links and promoting your website online.

A monthly task can be evaluating your website traffic and keywords, checking your web pages and making sure everything loads up fine, checking your backlinks, making new marketing/backlining/SEO campaign for next month, etc.
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endy daniyanto
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Hi Alain,

The answer to your question depends on what success means to you.

If your website isn't making money yet, then the work you must do is different than if your website is making money. In my experience, once your site is ranking and making a profit, then it takes less work to maintain it.

The work you must do also depends on the scope of your site. If you are building an authority site, then you must publish much content. But, if you are building a 'sniper' site, then posting once or twice a month could be enough.

The same goes for link building. If your target keyword is tough, then you need to build more links. But, if your target keyword is easy, then you may rank with less links.

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endy daniyanto wrote:The answer to your question depends on what success means to you.

Yes, it's true. You should know the aim of your site
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