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Jun 10, 2017

Drive Traffic to Your Site

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Take a minute to search out relevant keywords and add them to your posts. It’ll help get you found on search engines and drive more traffic to your site.

Having an active forum is great for SEO! The more your contributors make comments and write posts, the more it will boost your visibility on search engines.

So it’s always a good idea to search out keywords that are super relevant to the topics you post about.

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