Faridabad.net.in

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  1. ekal

    ekal New Member

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    Faridabad City Tourism Guide

    I've built out quite a few Indian city sites, but I think this is one of my favorites.

    Built with Joomla.

    Feedback is very welcome.
     
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    Nice & Simple Layout.

    Well, wanted to learn more about joomla. My main problem is Content for the website.

    I had heard about RSS, but dont know how to do it. Steve, can you give me some tips?
     
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    Hi

    Joomla is a great tool :)

    In terms of content some RSS can help to keep a page fresh but if you want your site to get search engine traffic, theres no alternative to orignial content. To get started, you could post a project on Scriptlance or similar. 500 words for $5 is a standard rate for quality.
     
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    You really have a nice layout there.

    Im curious if you're getting clicks?
     
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    Good question - it probably could be better, to be honest.

    Just under 5% CTR for now.
     
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    Thats actually not too bad.
    I like the layout and simplicity, particularly of this site's design.

    And those RSS feeds drive a good deal of traffic :)