MilitaryFictionBooks.com is actually an old domain, I registered it over a year ago and parked it ever since with a custom page of my own. It has been indexed in Google for 1 year. So what you are seeing now may very probably not happen for you if you just registered a fresh domain name. Don’t get your hopes too high for newly registered domains. You need to wait and be patient unless you have large amount of Internet marketing resources such as an established network of reputable sites that can link back to the new site.
I know, but before you start judging me, let me tell you this. I may be too lazy to come up with something of my own for the sake of SEO because it’s time consuming. When you commit yourself in the chores, you are a worker, not an entrepreneur any more. You will be rewarded as a worker, instead of an online entrepreneur. It’s as simple as that.
That said, my recommendation is that either you hire someone who’s good at writing write the articles for you or you will find a way to automate the process in a time-effective manner. The results may not be as good as you want but it will surely save you a lot of time which is much more precious than some search engine rankings. You will do a lot more than you normally would if you follow this methodology.
Okay the site status part by promise in this post. For the last 17 days of August, MilitaryFictionBooks.com has been receiving traffic from various search engines (mainly Google, of course) by terms such as “military fiction books”, “military novels”, etc. The rough traffic statistics are listed below:
It’s been doing quite well and still gaining since I switched to WordPress and wrote all these posts about military fiction novels on Amazon. I posted 2 — 3 posts every 2 days for the last week or so. Built a few links from various forums (webmasters, book clubs, etc.) and on Kavoir itself in the last 2 weeks and it seems they are working. This site has clearly passed the sandbox phase because every new post brings significant traffic from Google and it’s on the steady rise. This is a typical sign of mature SEO for a site. Your page is pretty quickly indexed by Google AND it’s ranked well. But it also depends on the frequency and intervals you post.
StandingDesk.org on the other hand, is a freshly registered domain, less than a month old. But it’s already performing in SEO traffic though not much. What I did was building a few links from a few forum posts (some original and some duplicate) and Kavoir itself. I wrote all the product posts in the same day a week ago and never updated it since:
But I’m sure it will steadily grow if I keep posting content to the blog. A sandbox effect is waiting for StandingDesk.org. Maybe in 1 or 2 weeks.