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Showing posts with label increase traffic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label increase traffic. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Blogging : A source of Income: How To Do It ?

Gone are the days when blogs used to be more of personal diaries – of random thoughts and ramblings. Today, we all know that blogging is a good source of income. How? Well it's simple! Write relevant content, generate traffic for your blog and earn money through advertisements. Although it reads simple, is it really that simple? There are millions of blogs floating in this virtual world. What makes your blog so special that people would visit your blog again and again? It's also not just about having loyal visitors, it's also about generating new traffic. How do you do that? Here are some tips on blogging – how to keep it interesting, keep it growing and how to ensure a regular traffic and keep building on that. Choose a topic that is of relevance to you. Something that you understand and are confident about. You can generate dependable content for the topic and will be considered a knowledgeable source for the relevant topic. Such topics could be as simple as gardening, plumbing or even political discussions – anything that may interest you. Present your information in a lucid, easily understandable way. Your reader should find interest in what you are writing. Break the information into smaller chunks for easier comprehension. Try and avoid long sentences and flowery language. Keep your blog up-to-date. Keep a tab on the latest happenings in your field. Share your opinion and guide the reader. Provide relevant links and associate information portals in your blog entries. Visit other blogs and leave relevant comments. Your opinion should be interesting and helpful for the blog writer. This will generate not just the writer's interest to visit your blog but also that of the readers of the blog. Just as you are advised to leave comments at the same time, ensure that you respond to the comments received in your blog entries as well. It is important that you build a social network. Have your blog registered with Search Engines – people should be able to find it through the most popular search engines. More the visibility, steadier is the flow of traffic to your blog. Remember to advertise your blog in different forums, forums that discuss same interests as your blog. Let your friend circle know – mail them regularly about the updates in your blog, encourage them to subscribe to your blog. If your content is good, people will be interested in your blog. Once you make your mark, you can start writing for others or jointly publish content with someone else. This has given visibility to many bloggers in the past. There are incidents where bloggers have been picked up by publishing houses, newspapers and magazines to write for them. The opportunities in the field of blogging are enormous – it is something that one enjoys doing and also earns something out of it. If you keep the above tips in mind, chances are you will start generating revenue from your blog very soon.

Larry McCullough has been marketing and writing on the internet for over 10 years. Owner of various websites. Main site Blog
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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Drive Loads of Free Targeted Traffic to Your Website

Whether you have the most expensively designed website in the world or a blog that is filled with the craziest information on tree frogs, your website is nothing without this number one element: Traffic. Without traffic, no one will be able to see your website or blog. And if no one can see your website or blog, how do you expect to make any money from it?

When the average person first launches a website, they turn to paid advertising in order to get people to flock to their website, but what they forget to do is research how paid advertising works. Everyone thinks paid advertising is a magical thing that will bring tons of repeat visitors in and every person will buy what you have, click on your ads, or do something to make you some money. Sure, it will definitely bring you traffic, but that's all it will bring - just plain traffic. The key here is not to get just traffic - You need to focus on targeted traffic and repeat visitors. Master these two elements and watch your website advance to a whole new level.

Now, I'm not here to teach you about paid advertising and how you can make that work for you. That's a whole subject in itself. What I can teach you is how to get targeted traffic completely free! Yes - people who are interested in what your website or blog has to offer will be heading over to check out what your all about, and you won't need to spend a dime to make it happen! I'm not going to get into depth on each method of driving free targeted traffic to your website, but here are some of the ways you could start bringing in major, targeted traffic, all without the hefty price tag of paid advertising:

- Article marketing

- Submit to web directories

- Submit to social bookmarking sites

- Start groups about your website or blog's topic on social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook and more

- Become a member of forums and post regularly. Plug your website every now and then, but only if it helps someone or someone has an interest.

- Use forum signatures with a link to your website

- Comment on blog posts. Must be a blog relevant to your website or blog

- Create content, more content, and then even more content. The more pages, the more Google and other major search engines can index, means the more organic and free traffic heading your way.

- Submit to multiple search engines. Submit the URL of each page of your website separately.

These are just a few free strategies and methods that you can use to drive traffic to your website. Driving free traffic does take some time, but in the end, you'll have a consistent flow of traffic for years to come.

Bryan Hufford is a former corporate slave turned online entrepreneur. He has successfully launched several businesses online, working directly from home. Find out how you can start working at home and join his newsletter about earning extra income online at his website http://www.workathomecompanies.net

Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Blog Traffic Is Essential

In order to succeed in blogosphere and make substantial money traffic to your blog is the most vital ingredient.In order to achieve traffic I am alway on the look out for tips and secrets for increasing traffic.recently I came across a blog by Seth Godin's on How to increase traffic.some of the tips are useful while others may not be that much.pick some of the valuable gems that suits to your type of blogs.

How to get traffic for your blog

  1. Use lists.

  2. Be topical... write posts that need to be read right now.

  3. Learn enough to become the expert in your field.

  4. Break news.

  5. Be timeless... write posts that will be readable in a year.

  6. Be among the
    first with a great blog on your topic, then encourage others to blog on the
  7. same topic.

  8. Share your expertise generously so people recognize it and depend on you.
    Announce news.

  9. Write short, pithy posts.

  10. Encourage your readers to help you manipulate the technorati
    top blog list.

  11. Don't write about your
    cat, your boyfriend or your kids.

  12. Write long, definitive posts.

  13. Write about your
    kids.

  14. Be snarky. Write nearly libelous things about fellow bloggers, daring them to respond (with links back to you) on their blog.

  15. Be sycophantic. Share linklove and expect some back.

  16. Include polls, meters and other eye candy.

  17. Tag your posts. Use
    del.ico.us.

  18. Coin a term or two.

  19. Do email interviews with the well-known.

  20. Answer your
    email.

  21. Use photos. Salacious ones are best.

  22. Be
    anonymous.

  23. Encourage your readers to
    digg your posts. (and to use furl and reddit). Do it with every post.

  24. Post your photos on
    flickr.

  25. Encourage your readers to subscribe by RSS.

  26. Start at the
    beginning and take your readers through a months-long education.

  27. Include comments so your blog becomes a virtual water cooler that feeds itself.

  28. Assume that every day is the beginning, because you always have new readers.

  29. Highlight your best posts on your
    Squidoo lens.

  30. Point to useful but little-known resources.

  31. Write about stuff that appeals to the majority of current blog readers--like
    gadgets and web 2.0.

  32. Write about Google.

  33. Have relevant ads that are even better than your content.

  34. Don't include comments, people will cross post their responses.

  35. Write posts that each include dozens of trackbacks to dozens of blog posts so that people will notice you.

  36. Run no ads.

  37. Keep tweaking your template to make it include every conceivable bell or whistle.

  38. Write about blogging.

  39. Digest the good ideas of other people, all day, every day.

  40. Invent a whole new kind of
    art or interaction.

  41. Post on weekdays, because there are more readers.

  42. Write about a never-ending parade of different topics so you don't bore your readers.

  43. Post on weekends, because there are fewer new posts.

  44. Don't interrupt your writing with a lot of links.

  45. Dress your blog (fonts and design) as well as you would dress yourself for a meeting with a stranger.

  46. Edit yourself. Ruthlessly.

  47. Don't promote yourself and your business or your books or your projects at the expense of the reader's attention.

  48. Be patient.

  49. Give credit to those that inspired, it makes your writing more useful.

  50. Ping technorati. Or have someone smarter than me tell you how to do it automatically.

  51. Write about only one thing, in ever-deepening detail, so you become definitive.

  52. Write in English.

  53. Better, write in
    Chinese.

  54. Write about
    obscure stuff that appeals to an obsessed minority.

  55. Don't be boring.

  56. Write stuff that people want to read and share.

This is a very comprehensive list.here is Seth Gordin's Blog

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