We cracked the code. It seems obvious now, but we simply are giving the search engines exactly what they have been asking for. Problem was we never trusted they would reciprocate and rank us for it. Now we know they do and they put us in front of competitors using static sites and old publishing methods more often than not.
Richmond, IN, (PRWEB) August 29, 2006 –-
Content Desk announces a new website building system that claims to please Google, Yahoo, and MSN with high-content, pre-optimized publishing system.
The days of spam site generation seem to finally be over, and the last nail in the coffin of spam generators, spam content, and scrapers is Content Desk’s “Authority Site Publishing System.”
“We created the software and tactics for these high-performance content sites and yet I still cannot believe how well they pull traffic. One advantage is no one has to try and hide their sites from Google using our system,” said Jack Humphrey, Managing Partner for Content Desk and Co-Founder of Content Publisher’s Alliance. “The other big advantage is the sites are self-optimized. Just add content.”
“We’ve finally accomplished what every spam generator programmer always wanted their software to do: Build high-traffic, real content sites that grow in value over time and are perfect for short-term profits and a real exit strategy when it’s time to sell,” added Humphrey.
The sites are real and the content is highly targeted and relevant to the niches of the sites built on the Content Desk platform. These are definitely not spammy sites. They have the look, feel, and performance of sites like About.com.
Mark Braunstein, a partner in Content Desk, says “We cracked the code. It seems obvious now, but we simply are giving the search engines exactly what they have been asking for. Problem was we never trusted they would reciprocate and rank us for it. Now we know they do and they put us in front of competitors using static sites and old publishing methods more often than not.”
Content Desk is planning a more “plug and play” software suite that will be 100% newbie friendly. At which point their expansion plans are dramatic.
“Right now we are looking at around $1,500,000.00 in revenue for this year, which is $500,000.00 more than our first year. When we release the new site building software suite as a pre-installed component of the hosting, our membership numbers will be headed to higher levels than ever before.” said Humphrey.
At $249 per month, this solution is not cheap for the average mom and pop shop. But the results seem to speak for themselves. Case studies show a plethora of top ten results for competitive keywords across the big three and across a wide range of niches.
“Giving people the ability to create sites with out-of-the-box values of $5000.00+ with no traffic at all, this is what our fees are really for.
"Once they experience the cash flow an authority site can generate, the monthly cost of membership is irrelevant to them. For that level of power and profitability, $249 is a drop in the bucket.” remarked Braunstein.
It looks like projections for Content Desk’s growth in 2007 could be right on target, with a major social networking solution geared toward online small business owners (in the pipeline) coupled with the rapid recent growth Content Publishers Alliance has already experienced since launching their new authority site publishing system.
“We are shooting for 1000 happy, profitable members as soon as possible.” Humphrey said. “After a year’s worth of research and development and over $500,000 in hard costs, we are very excited about and proud of this ground breaking authority site publishing tool set.
“We are putting Fortune 500 quality tools in the hands of people who previously had no means to play with the toys the big corporations have. And we have some tools even the big boys would die for.”
Braunstein adds “We have a perfect tool set for real publishers and writers to simply focus on their content, build highly profitable, high-traffic, extreme white hat sites and not worry about SEO. No one has ever done this before.”