How To Double Your Search Traffic Within As Little As
30 to 40 Days (With No Backlinks)

This is what smart search engine marketer's are doing right now to improve traffic from Google and it’s not complicated.

With some of my personal websites I found that by implementing this strategy increased traffic by almost double, in a period of a few short months. So what is this strategy? First some background…


When I first started marketing websites online it was 2001 and the wise thing to do to rank your website for a particular keyword you were targeting, you needed to have at LEAST 300 words of keyword rich content on your web page. Today this is completely outdated.

Then one day the content needed was 400 words. The next thing I knew it was 500 words, then…

Here at More Clients Fast Pty Ltd, we advise clients that a decent, informative, topic based article has to be at least 800 – 1000 words to stand the test of quality, and actually generate traffic from the search engines.

But as you might imagine, based on a quick review of history, this number is kind of arbitrary. Whether it’s 800 or 1000 or 1500, it’s merely pointing to the fact that the longer an article is, the more informative it’s likely to be. And the more informative it is…


You suddenly get rankings for more long tail keywords. The days of fighting for front page rankings for high level keywords is well and truly over (unless it’s a part of your long term goals). It’s not likely to be your best source of ROI from SEO. In the new arena of theme based content, it’s all about how informative you can be, and how many highly targeted long tail terms you can rank for.

That’s what I’ve been doing on my properties and I’ve been implementing a lot of this due to the positive results it’s been delivering.

A few short months ago I had this client came to me desperate for a link building strategy that would grow her traffic. After looking into her website and strategy I suggested she try my method instead. I advised her to go back to their content, and triple it’s size per page she wanted to rank. Here average page on their website consisted of around 500 words. They improved them to 1500 words plus per page. They did this, and traffic started shooting up. Before long, it had nearly doubled.

(It’s Important to note that an increase in content was also recommended with an increase in internal/external links out to authorities/sources of research. This was a key factor in increasing quality... Additional content in itself is not a remedy for higher rankings rather it's now an added requirement)

It’s as simple as that: Assuming all else is equal, bigger articles with higher quality = more traffic.

But let’s clear something up…


Isn’t everyone in a rush? Starved for time? Disinclined to read your 2000 word piece?

There used to be this idea that longer articles weren’t beneficial. People don’t read everything on your site anyway, so better to be concise and try to distil the most important points out, so people could get their value quickly and move on.

I used to think this way, and now I don’t. The truth is in fact…


No one likes big blocks of text, or sections that go for paragraphs without end. Having those things in your content will frustrate your readers.

However, if people are able to easily scroll through your content and quickly find what they’re looking for, that problem is eliminated and the length of the piece no longer affects readability.

How do you organize your article well? Do this…

1. Use plenty of subheaders/section titles

2. Make these section titles detailed, preferably questions that your readers might have, so they can easily spot them when they’re scrolling.

3. Use images through the posts, to keep catching the reader’s eye, breaking up text, and causing a pause.

4. Use a theme that’s clean, with lots of white space, and use big clear fonts that are easy to read. (I’m a big fan of single column themes at the moment for the above reasons).

So, bigger articles that are well organised are what you need. How do you do this easily?


This is important as there’s absolutely no value in just adding any old thing to your content.

You start by asking yourself what else people might want to know about the topic of your article that you haven’t discussed for them yet.

The best way to start is old Google Autosuggest. Type in some of your main keywords and see what things are popping up. So let’s say you’re writing about “accommodation Gold Coast”… So this is your “topic” for the article…


Seeing this, you would ask yourself, “Have I covered whether or not accommodation Gold Coast is in the hinterland?“, “Have I covered accommodation Gold Coast from the airport?”, “Have I covered “accommodation Gold Coast near theme parks?”, and so on.

Quick note: If you have Instant results turned on, the number of Autocomplete suggestions is limited to four. Turn off Instant results in Search settings and you'll see ten Autocomplete suggestions.

You can play around with variations of your main keyword too, to create as many possible “questions” to answer as you can.

Then, from these questions, you make section titles in your article

“How far is the best accommodation on the Gold Coast from the airport?”
“Can You Find accommodation on the Gold Coast near theme parks?”

And so on…

You give answers to these questions (or ask your writer to do this preferably) and it’s very easy to add a few hundred words to an article.

Most importantly, adding words on these sub topics is the most reliable way to rank for new long tail keywords. Because for every long tail keyword you see on the Google autosuggest list, there could be another 10 terms that stem from that one, that you open yourself up to ranking for as well!


Given how much certain backlinks can cost (or how much time/effort they require to attain such backlinks), adding to your content in this specific way is a considerably cheaper means of increasing your search engine traffic.

The only question is, “Will you do it?”. I mean, you could start write now? You could send this post to your writer, pay them a fee and tell them to follow it? You could fire up the back end of your website admin area and start adding words to pages yourself.

How you choose to do it is irrelevant providing it gets done and the return will be worth it.