If you work with adult content, you know that there are a lot of competitors out there.
No wonder it’s becoming more difficult to drive to your website and keep viewers on your site.
In this guide for successfully increasing your site’s web traffic, we’ll cover all the adult SEO basics. We’ll also go over some specific areas in more detail, so you can start making a name for yourself in your adult content niche.
When it comes to adult websites of all kinds, users these days are using, almost exclusively, mobile sites. When it comes to porn or gambling sites, people just prefer to access them easily and quickly.
This means that if you expect your adult website to have any kind of success, you’ll need to make sure it’s highly mobile-friendly by paying attention to the following:
- Make sure your site is responsive, meaning it adjusts to fit any screen size
- Simplify your design so that it’s easy to navigate on a smaller screen
- Make sure your image and videos are web-optimized
- Avoid the use of Java or Flash
- When you can, use easy-to-navigate drop-down menus
- Use large fonts, so visitors don’t need to zoom in
- Avoid using frustrating pop-up windows
The most important aspect of good adult SEO practices is attention to search intent.
After all, the only way you can be sure to get people to your site is first to know what they’re searching for.
And there are a few popular content areas when it comes to adult SEO, as we’ve listed below:
The most popular kind of porn is free porn. And it shows in people’s search results. One way to use this to your advantage is to pull your target viewers in with free content and lead them to your pay-to-view content.
The next most popular kind of porn is content that can be downloaded. Be sure your site offers this option, as its high demand makes it almost necessary.
Assuming you want an adult SEO-friendly page structure, the ideal page structure would look something like this:
The homepage should be a high-level overview of your site. It should include links to your most popular pages and categories and a brief description of what your site offers.
Each category should have its own page, with a title, description, and list of links to the individual pages or posts within that category. This will help search engines understand each category and match it with relevant searches.
Each page or post should have a unique title and metadata (including descriptions and keywords). The content on the page should be well-written and relevant to the topic. If you include images, make sure to optimize them for search engines.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to optimizing your website for organic search, but there are some general principles that you can follow to help improve your ranking. Here are a few good practices for keyword optimization:
Before you start optimizing your website for any keywords, it’s important to do your research and make sure you’re targeting the right ones. Use tools like Google’s Keyword Planner to get ideas for targeting relevant keywords.
Once you’ve picked out some target keywords, make sure to use them throughout your website in a way that is relevant and makes sense. Don’t stuff keywords into your content just for the sake of it; focus on creating quality content that naturally incorporates the keywords you’re targeting.
Long-tail keywords are longer, more specific phrases that tend to be less competitive than shorter, more general keywords. They can be a great option if you’re having trouble ranking for more popular keywords.
Keep an eye on your website’s search engine rankings to see how well you’re doing with your optimization efforts. Use tools like Google Analytics to track where your traffic comes from and which keywords drive the most visitors to your site.
There you have it! Our guide to driving organic traffic to your adult website. If you follow these tips, you should see a significant increase in traffic coming to your site.