How to build a community around your niche content

If you are doing niche marketing and you have a blog, it’s a good idea to build a community around your content. Why is community so important? It has many key benefits that will save you a lot of time, effort and money. 1. The first key benefit is that your community can tell you […]

How to find Non-competing Blogs in your niche

The problem with approaching a competing blog to send a link to you is that they are basically going to look at your offer as a non-starter. Who would want to shoot themselves in the foot, would you? You wouldn’t, so why do you think your competition would do you the favor? So you might […]

How to find blogs in your niche

If you are looking for a quick and easy way to establish credibility in your niche, you can’t beat blog partnerships. When you become partners with blogs that are already specialized in a particular niche, you basically get their credibility. Their credibility and long experience rub off on you. As the old saying goes, “birds […]

Do You Need a Blog to Succeed in Online Marketing?

There’s usually a misconception among online marketers that you need a blog to make money online. They think of big blogger brand names like John Chow, ShoeMoney, or Darren Rowse, and they think that just because these people are professional blogger that they themselves need a blog. Internet marketer vs Blogger The truth is there’s […]

Creating a tighter fit between your page keywords and your content

I’m sure every guy would freak out if girls they thought were hot all of a sudden take off dentures or peel away make up to reveal nasty acne.  Nobody likes getting fooled and no one likes the feeling they got deceived.  The same goes for your site’s visitors.  The number one cause of HIGH […]

Google’s fatwa against paid links and business reality

We’ve reported before on the confusing mixed messages Google is sending out regarding paid links.  Their Webspam department headed by their own representative to the SEO/SEM/blogging community,  Matt Cutts has repeatedly issued pronouncements against the evil (there’s that word again) practice of link selling.  He even has a post about how to report paid links. […]

List of Blogging Resources part 1

We’ll be publishing blogging resources from time to time.  Here is the first installment of such resources.  We hope you find them useful. The Free Website Traffic Team Link Extractor –  Our Link Extractor will extract all the links from a web page you specify and list them. Page Rank Explained –  PageRank is a […]

Promoting your blog through feed aggregators

One of the greatest features of a blog is its RSS feed.  It allows other sites to pull your feed and feature your excerpts on their site.  It also allows for easier reading by your subscribers. Another advantage of having an RSS feed is because you can submit it to many sites that specialize in […]

Plugin recommendation of the week: Keyword Luv

Keyword Luv is a nifty WP plugin that allows commenters to your DO FOLLOW blog to get a backlink to their site without cheesy looking comment names.  Ethical linkbuilding campaigns CAN include DO FOLLOW blog commenting. Problem:  The normal way people get backlinks from comments is through their hyperlinked names.  However, unless your name is […]

Some quick wordpress tips

Here’s some quick tips for WordPress bloggers: Always remove the initial comment or default “about” message that comes with WordPress I’ve seen quite a few tools that search the web specifically for these default text.  These tools then either post comment spam or some other form of link spam. If you’re using WordPress as a […]