Is 100 KGR Keywords Enough? Listener Q&A – DS092

Andrew called and asked a few questions. Ryan asked about issues with Site Ground hosting.

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  1. I have 100 keyword golden ratio keywords. is that enough?
  2. What should I do for link building as a beginner with a new site?
  3. How many posts do I need before I apply to Amazon Associates?
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Is 100 KGR Keywords Enough? Listener Q&A – DS092

 
 
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  • David Nov 15, 2019 @ 8:00

    Hey Doug!

    Did you try searching with allintitle recently? Seems like Google no longer support that operator. It doesn’t work as it should

  • Steve Ervin Nov 17, 2019 @ 0:41

    Doug…in response to your hosting problem question…you should always find out from your hosting platform provider the “recommended monthly traffic” levels for the package yo are purchasing. You will be fine as long as ALL of the sites being hosted under that package utilize not more than 66% of the recommend traffic level. Once you get above that you will start seeing conflicts with different resources.

    This is the same as for any type of system that has “traffic” flowing through it. Even road systems suffer from the same congestion problems that start occurring when the total traffic through an intersection or merge point exceeds 66% of the theoretical capacity. with a website the interactions will be different, but they behave eerily like a congested road. Try to put too much traffic in a lane no mater if it is a road or a data lane in a computer system and you get congestion and with congestion you start having erratic behavior. Don’t respond to the symptoms and let things get worse and you start having crashes.

    When I decided to change from using my chemical engineering training to build chemical plants to business management to design business systems the only real difference was that in chemical engineering crashes can be disastrous and people can die while in building business systems crashes result in an “opps” and you go about fixing the problem.

    Just tell the person who ask why their system was running so slow to find out what the recommend maximum traffic was on their old hosting platform and make sure that on their new platform they have the same (or greater) recommended capacity.

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