This article is guest posted by Stephen O’Neill
You take pride in informing others that you own a blog but the what irritates you is that none of the posts that you have made managed to draw a single comment, save those unfrequented occasions when you find your posts getting flooded with spam. Now screaming at the sky would not change the situation.
The only consolation is that you are not the only blogger in the universe who is having this tricky issue; some reputed bloggers have faced the same situation until they found out the secrets of getting more comments. Here we are going to uncover some so called secrets of getting more comments so that you would not have to stare blank at the posts that you have summed upClick here to continue reading
By Riley On September 26, 2011 No Comments
This article is guest posted by Riley Kissel
Although many successful bloggers are using different affiliate marketing techniques to build stronger relationships with their clients and increase traffic flow through to their website, the majority of traditional techniques are soon to fall by the way-side because they’re too predictable.
Rewarding online followers with gifts and other incentives for clicking and browsing is soon to become trite and overrated. The new hot approach to affiliate marketing is going to be using less-traditional modes like the reverse phone lookup of Anywho.com and the image lookups.
Reverse phone-lookup allows the user to find names, addresses, and businesses that they could then use on map searches or image searches, while the image lookups allow bloggers to add visual appeal to their websites and connect photosClick here to continue reading
By johnr On April 12, 2011 7 Comments
This article is guest posted by John Rhodes.
Two of the most popular internet marketing questions of all time are ‘how do I build a list’ and ‘how do I generate traffic’. These are the same questions I asked when I first started and I would pay with an arm and leg to anyone who would show me how to do it.
Well there’s no need to send me your arms and legs. In this article, I’m going to teach you how to build a list with thousands of subscribers, generate consistent traffic to grow this list and make money from it.
Hold on tight…this is going to make your head spin.
Before you start thinking about attracting subscribers, you need to make sure that you have a list building machine in place.
This meansClick here to continue reading
By Wong Chendong aka The Bad Blogger On March 14, 2011 12 Comments
This article is guest posted by Wong Chendong.
Today I’d like to share 5 simple-yet-effective ways for getting blog traffic and believe it or not, once it’s done correctly, you can get tons of traffic almost immediately. Okay, let’s start with the first one:
1. Launch Something
Many bloggers take launch to mean something product related, but I’m a big believer that your blog IS your product, and should be launched at least once. If your blog is new, launch it with a bit of a build-up. If it’s not new, maybe you launch a new series of content, a new blog design, or yes – a product.
The trick is just to build hype that something new is about to happen. People love to get excited about new things, even if it’s asClick here to continue reading
By vilp On June 8, 2010 14 Comments
This article is guest posted by Style.
So, you’ve decided that you want to make money online, that’s cool but there’s just one problem. How are you supposed to compete with inferior knowledge, inferior skills and an inferior budget.
In order for a “system” that you’ve design to be profitable and easy to manage, it has to have two desirable features. a) it needs to be automated and b) it needs to convert visitors into buyers. This married to another very important aspect of Internet Marketing; the source of your traffic. Your traffic will determine how much success you have online.
There’s only one problem with descent traffic and that’s cost. The saturated arena of PPC is hardly a place to start. You’ll spend more than you make (without a doubt)Click here to continue reading
By albertfang On August 10, 2009 9 Comments
This article is guest posted by Albert Fang.
In any webmasters point of view, they would agree that without targeted traffic, they are simply nothing. Bounce rates begin to reach ever so high, conversions are at it’s decimals, what else can be worse? These are the practical stats that most webmasters face due to the fact that the keyword that they want to rank for is too competitive and they become discouraged. They want to get targeted visitors that can convert, but they can’t simply due to the overwhelming competition that they know will take months, if not years to see some progress.
I am here to say, there is a simple way to bypass this. Simply, target your target audience indirectly. I know that it sounds like I’m reiterating my selfClick here to continue reading