Google PageRank is the most important underlying mechanism of Google search. Hundreds of other factors are taken into account when search results are set in order. Nonetheless, PageRank is the simplest of them all to quickly assess how well a page could be doing. Better PageRank means more traffic and therefore more revenue.

Edicy is built in a way that helps your site have better placement in search results automatically. Pages on Edicy have human readable addresses, standardized technical code, up to date sitemaps, and there's RSS for blogs, etc.

Sadly only a fraction of SEO (search engine optimization) can be done automatically. As you might have guessed, the main component of receiving a higher PageRank is creating a really great site with unique, interesting and useful content. And then finally getting linked or tweeted by famous bloggers, high ranking sites and ordinary folks en masse.

Still, there are a couple of additional things you could do with Edicy to help grow your site's PageRank:

(1) Edicy is a great tool to build a multi-language website, so translate your site into a couple of foreign languages. Don't just go for the front page, but try to translate the whole thing if possible. Of course you need to pick the appropriate languages depending on what your site and business are about. Chances are your site gets noticed and grows significantly.

(2) Edicy is also a great tool to create beautiful newsletters for sending out to your customers. They, on the other hand, are most likely your biggest fans. Inform them regularly of interesting new stuff on your site and they will help you spread the word. There are plenty of Edicy compatible tools to send your newsletter out with when ready. So go on, get writing and make a habit of it.

(3) In addition to having a blog and sending regular newsletters, don't forget to regularly tweet and share links to your site on Facebook.

Remember that all of it helps only if the information you spread is great – unique, interesting and useful. Otherwise you are just spamming, which will have a contrary effect on your business. Not only do humans hate spam, Google has great mechanisms to distinguish it from the real thing.

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