Shanghai dragon website positioning should fine is not big and complete

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website is a good website must first consider, should first consider their own website to provide what content to the user, the second is how to use the web to profit, the site is now greatly small, of every hue are full of every corner of the Internet, have vitality, is on the verge of death or destruction, from the website the view of development, do stand should be according to their own situation to consider, in advance to consider more thoughtful, perhaps the site will be able to go farther.

why the "fine" website more promising? Because we can easily use the Shanghai dragon web site keywords optimization up, such keywords are ranked, the flow can make money, although not absolute, but the Shanghai dragon is to do so, the purpose is so.

site is now competitive though, but still there are many large websites, because they are in the operation of the team, have the resources to have money; but for personal webmaster, do a large site, although it looks very stylish, but really want to maintain, is a very difficult thing, because the site the more involved is large, the need to update the article on the very nature of the site, in addition to the construction of the chain is indispensable, perhaps the site built there will be a momentary impulse, beginning also insist on a period of time, but in the course of time, we will gradually lose the freshness of the site, slowly it will give up management.

from the perspective of the user experience, "fine" to create a site content is more targeted, the user input in the search engine keywords, enter the site is to find the content they want, and the inside of the articles are very relevant, are needs and help for users, so professional strong web site generally favored by the users, the search engine will give it a better ranking. Especially for the keywords competition is relatively large, if you use a website to do this word.

analysis from the site of the competition and professional point of view, the "fine" site than "big and complete" website easier to manage, but also the hope of development. From the website management point of view, not only relates to the scope of the content of the website is too wide, as we do is the tea website, the term would not be too much, even we can be subdivided, such as a tea website, so in the update, we can do this for. For example, every day to write the original article, involving things will not be too much, generally speaking this website and classification is relatively small, a person can fix it. "Big and complete" website, involves large and wide, if a person can update 10 articles every day, the small website is enough, but large for it is less like the ox hair, many columns, each column update an article, a website update number may have dozens of articles the need for the construction of the chain, plus, there is no way to manage it well.

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