Our Roamsters.com travel blog receives a little bit of traffic from the pictures that I upload to Flickr. But I discovered another way that blogger photographers can get traffic when I received the following message about the picture shown here to the left. Your photo(s) shown below have been short-listed for inclusion in the third […]
I received the following question about link-building practices from Richard, an NPT reader: “I am new at this and I have put much time and effort into research and learning. I have bought several books and programs including NetProfitsToday (the Super Affiliate Handbook). I’ve also signed up for your newsletter and am enrolled as an […]
Back on Monday April 2nd, I wrote a post titled “Are you missing out on this Traffic? I was…” about registering your own name as a domain name to get more traffic from the search engines — or at least to dominate the first page of results for searches on your name. Well, I totally […]
You might be missing out on the easiest, most inexpensive and the most obvious way to get traffic to your site.
More on the topic of how to avoid getting Google slapped, here’s a link to Jason Potash’s report that dissects what is happening in the world of search engine marketing (SEM) – including Google’s plans to use LSI, phrase matching and co-occurrence to automatically seek-and-destroy websites that rely on natural search. The report is a […]
I get link exchange requests almost daily. Although most follow a similar pattern, many are worded more politely than the example shown below and include both my name and some ‘nice’ comment about my site by way of introduction. The blank space to the left of my URL makes it obvious that this is just […]
Colin McDougall and I were chatting yesterday afternoon and he casually mentioned that a domain he registered on January 13th, Crediteria.com, has already achieved a Top 10 ranking at Google. To check this out, use one of Google’s Bigdaddy data center search boxes at 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11 and search for ‘best credit cards’, no quotes […]