Mistakes New Bloggers Make When Promoting Their Websites
Posted by Charles on June 2nd, 2011
Sure, you’re excited about your blog. After all, you put your heart and soul into it. You have something to say, and you want to touch others with your message. It’s not unusual, at least in the beginning, to feel that others just aren’t as into your blog as you are.
Building reader relationships can take some time and sometimes an amount of effort equal to what it takes to develop a […] Continue Reading…
Five Ways You Should NOT Market Your Blog
Posted by Charles on May 23rd, 2011
As any blogger knows, successful blogging is all about traffic. The short of it is the more people you have visiting your site, the more money you can potentially make.
While many of us blog for enjoyment and relaxation, money is typically the underlying motive. And, with plenty of ways to sell your blog within the blogosphere, there are also plenty of ways not to.
Much of successful blogging is about creating a brand, staying active, […] Continue Reading…
How to Use Facebook to Gain Blog Followers
Posted by Charles on May 18th, 2011
One of the most effective methods of connecting with and building blog followers is by posting a link to your Facebook profile or fan page. Below are a few tips for using Facebook to increase blog followers:
1. Post any blog comments to your Facebook wall and provide a link.
RSS Graffiti feeds are a popular and easy-to-use application that will allow you to link any blog posts to your Facebook fan page wall.
A great […] Continue Reading…
6 Effective Ways to Build Links Naturally
Posted by admin on May 12th, 2011
Site devaluation happens to webmasters way more often than it should.
Six major components of a link building strategy that staves devaluation include keyword percentage in anchor text, the use of site wide links, the percentage of links to a homepage, effective use of a Resource page, quality versus quantity of links, and the pace at which backlinks are built. Successful SEO Services recommend these tactics to ensure linking strategies will avoid devaluation.
1. Anchor text.
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How the Twitterverse followed Osama bin Laden’s Death
Posted by admin on May 9th, 2011
Unless you’ve been living under a rock then you’ve probably already heard about Osama bin Laden’s death. But if you happened to be on Twitter in the moments or even seconds after he was killed, then you were probably one of the first to hear about the assassination.
In fact, experts are now saying that if it wasn’t for Twitter first reporting about his death, some sources may not have gotten the pre-White House announcement […] Continue Reading…