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I can think of no better group to devote This Week In SEO to than turkeys everywhere. This post marks the end of the work week for me and the beginning of a much awaited vacation in New York to celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends. The week around Thanksgiving is an annual visit for me and the kinfolk and this year will be no different.

Im looking forward to visiting some museums, spending time with people I hardly get to see, and the general energy of New York. Im also looking forward to a little time away from the usual routine to recharge. Im sure Ill be popping in and out of my usual haunts, but for a few days I may be a little scarce.

This Week In SEO will be skipping next week to recover from a dinner that will be more than one should eat, but check in on my del.icio.us and StumbleUpon profiles for more links till we meet again. Now on with the show.

Social Media

If you think your site is too small for Digg and StumbleUpon you might want to read David Wallaces article on how small business can benefit from social sites, which includes among other things how branding opportunities through social media. You may also want to think in terms of niche social media sites. Andy Hagans updated his popular list of niche social sites with 5 new additions. Some have argued that social bookmarking sites have little search engine optimization value, because the links are nofollowed. If youre one of them then have a look at Loren Bakers list of bookmarking sites that dont add a nofollow to your link.

A common strategy for social media success is to build a strong profile. Mani Karthik has ideas for becoming a top stumbler in under a week. The time frame might be a bit of an exaggeration and the post may be a little too focused on the numbers, but its still generally good advice for building a solid profile. Do you thank people who stumble your posts? Caroline Middlebrook does and its led to more StumbleUpon success. And what can a lot of stumbles mean for your site. Nathania shares a recent success story.

The Wall Street Journal has added Digg buttons to the site. I smell the influence of Rupert Murdock. Many have analyzed Diggs top users, but not so many have analyzed Diggs top articles. Khalid decided to fill that gap and took a look at the articles that go popular to help you craft an article that goes popular too. And Lee Odden has gather tips from readers and added his own advice to guide you in using Twitter as a tool for marketing and PR.

Blogging

The design and formatting of your blog posts has a lot to do with whether or not they get read. Images will make the most impact and Darren had a go with a video post to show you how to use images to improve your posts. Imagery is strong in Skellies painterly post. She tells you why creating posts with a painters mindset will lead to a better blog. Are your headlines strong or do they waffle? Sean DSouza will let you know how you can tell and even better hell help you write stronger headlines.

Blogging with authority leads to more readers, more blogging jobs, more links, more of a lot of things you likely want. But what does it mean to be an authority blogger. Chris Garrett defines authority as a combination of three factors. One of those factors is the bloggers personality. Joel Falconer thinks design and voice are the two things that most shape your personality perception.

Maybe all those thank yous are paying off for Caroline. She doubled her rss subscribers in a week. See how she managed the impressive feat. Need more? Manoj has 11 tips for you to increase subscribers. Now that youve boosted your FeedBurner count how do you get your subscribers to actually read your posts? Steven Snell looked at his own habits to give you an idea of how to make sure your subscribers are also readers. And now that theyre reading Skellie will tell you how to turn your readers into fans that will sing your praises and promote your blog for you.

Design And Development

I thought we all got into blogging so we could ditch the suits and work in our pajamas? Mani has tips for looking professional. Your blog that is. Maybe its time to dump a few of those widgets and gadgets, but you can still work in your pajamas. Michael recently spend some time giving out advice on blog design and along the way found mistakes a lot of blogs make. Is your blog guilty of any of them? One way to add some style to your blog is through the comment area. Chris Pearson shares thoughts on improving this often neglected part of your blog.

Wouldnt it be nice if every web app you wrote worked perfectly out of the box? Like theres any chance of that happening. Matt Cutts says one way to test your programs is through fuzz testing. Now you have an excuse for why youre pounding on the keyboard like a caffeine-crazed monkey. Last year some changes to my robots.txt file helped pull this blog out of the supplemental index. Khalid reviewed how to create a robots.txt file. Want to use more images on your site, but dont know where to get them? Loren points you to 10 places to find some. And Stoney runs through 4 things that can leave your visitors dissatisfied. Fix these problems and make your users happy.

Link Building And PageRank

Are people stull buying and selling links? Barrys poll and the thread he points to would indicate they still are. Of course we all know by now that Google wishes otherwise. Wendy Piersall isnt happy about that at all and thinks Google may be unfairly targeting mommy bloggers. Tim reviewed TNX text link ads. Is TNX a better way to buy and sell text links? Eric Enge stayed out of the controversy and offered his understanding of what makes one link a paid link and another an editorial link. And on the flip side Loren has 10 ways to earn revenue without selling links.

Buying links isnt the only way to get them, of course. Loren has 10 ways to build links without forking over your wallet. Miles Price has 17 ideas of his own for building links. Ahmed Bilal has yet 12 more link building tactics he expects to be popular in the coming year. Linkbait will make most lists of how to build links, but what does Google think of linkbait? Matt McGhee has the answer. Even if Google is fine with linkbaiting there are some potential pitfalls. Aaron Wall looks at a few and wonders if linkbait might turn into the new reciprocal links page.

SEO

A lot of search engine optimization is in the details and its easy to get lost in those details sometimes. Stoney says that while the details are important focusing on them is only effective to a point. He offers advice on when to pull back and see the big picture. Quadzilla simplifies it all and offers us his search engine optimization theory of everything. A SitePoint thread discusses high level search engine optimization strategy. And Aaron looked at the search engine optimization market in the U.S.

Michael Gray is impressed with the way Googles sitelinks can adapt to different queries. Rand discussed how you can dominate a keyword and in the process brand yourself for the phrase if you can manage to join the sitelink party. Authority for a phrase is likely one of the factors Google uses in deciding to display sitelinks. Can registering your domain longer than a year help? Not when it comes to ranking says Jennifer Laycock.

What search engine optimization data do you track? Rand is an admitted stats junkie and he asked readers if they were too. Rand covers the signals he follows and readers did the same. Dave and Bill think in the near future there are going to be a different set of metrics youll want to track and theyll revolve around the end user. See why Dave and Bill think personalized search is the future as they cover the patents.

As an SEO you avoid Flash at all costs, but do you have to? Barry tells us how to optimize when you have to use Flash. David Mihm was lazy with one of his sites. Turns out that laziness was a good thing and taught him the importance of using a flatter architecture when building a site. Tamar points to a Google Groups thread indicating its ok to use css layers to hide content depending on your motive. And Simon reviews duplicate content on multiple domains.

Business And Marketing

Define yourself however you want, but if you run a blog or a site in general you are a marketer. Skellie shows you what you can learn from other marketers, particularly when it comes to going viral. And while youre in a learning frame of mind let Matt tell you what the search industry can teach you about running a small business. Mark Hayward says that the key to generating income with your blog is branding and I completely agree. If you dont believe Mark or me then let Chris convince you and show you how branding changes the rules of the game in your favor.

Do you want to earn 6 figures a year. Darren does and he shares all the different income streams he uses to make all that money. At the other extreme Patric Herber shows you how to turn a quick profit in just 24 hours.

You have a general marketing strategy and a social media marketing strategy. You have a strategy when it comes to search engine optimization. But do you have a strategy for developing content. Maki says you should and gives advice on how to create the right content strategy for you. When it comes to persuasive writing theres no better teacher than Yogi Berra. Dean Ruck translates some well known Yogisms into solid business writing advice.

Search Engine News

Yahoo and Google are continuing to push into social media and both are integrating more of their properties. The New York Times looked at the two engines and how both are planning on turning email into a social network. AOL acquired question and answer service Yedda showing its not just the big two that can play in the social space.

Google
Northeastern University sued Google over a database patent. The European Union opened a four month review of Googles plans to acquire DoubleClick. On the other hand the senate might one day require government websites to be more searchable. Will it become law that the government needs to search engine optimization their sites?

Google released the SDK for Android and also offered a $10 million mobile development challenge. Now is probably a good time to download the SDK and start programming. Pat tells us that in the near future inline gadgets will no longer be supported by the Google Gadget API. Technically Firefox is not a Google product, but the two are clearly tied in many ways. The New York Times wants to know if those ties and the money Google gives to support the browser will ultimately spoil Firefox. Should we all switch over to Flock?

Content exclusion comes to AdWords making it easier to prevent your ad from showing on certain categories and pages in the content network. And when it comes to the content network Google redefined the clickable area of AdSense ads. No longer will a click on the background of an add result in a few cents for advertisers. Now it will take a click directly on the add title or URL

GoDaddy and Webmaster Tools teamed up to make it easier for those hosting with GoDaddy to get data from Googles tools. This should help make more site owners aware of the valuable data.

Personalization isnt just about search results. Dave covers another patent about how Google might personalize an ezine for you. Get the content you specifically want complete with ads personalized just for you.

Yahoo!
Yahoo expanded its mobile reach with new partnerships with mobile operations in Asia as well as delivering compelling products and services for mobile users. Yahoo advanced its open source computing program by launching supercomputing cluster M45.

Bill discusses the ways Yahoo might determine which ads wed be more interested in seeing in a look at behavioral targeting. Tamar points to a thread showing that Yahoo Search Marketing cares about its customers.

Yahoo finally settled the suit over jailed Chinese dissidents.

MSN/Live Search
How about getting to know some of the people who work for Microsoft? Eric Enge interviewed Ramez Naam, Rand interviewed Eytan Seidman, and Mel Carson shares a personal tale of getting involved at the beginning of adCenters deployment.

Who let Dave Naylor into the building? Dave tells us of his day and about Live.com product reviews. How might Microsoft organize their index? Bill looks at a recently granted patent covering how static ranking factors might influence whether a document is in the main index or in an extended index.

Live Search is now offering webmaster tools of its own. Find out where you stand when it comes to your Domain Rank and that other Rank. But come on Microsoft can we only access webmaster tools with a hotmail email address?

Are you tired of seeing the referrer spam Microsoft Live keeps sending. I know I am. Im tired of seeing hundreds of supposed visits from Live Search that never happen. Microsoft claims its a test to improve search results and if you block their spiders you may no longer find your pages among those results for anything. Im not the only one tired of seeing it as several people are claiming the referral spam is hurting income from AdSense and asking for Microsoft to give us more information about whats really going on.

Ask
Last week I mentioned that IAC is splitting into several new divisions. Now Barry Diller is ready to buy AOL. Is Time Warner ready to sell?

Im not entirely sure what the weather will bring to Boulder this weekend, but for a change Ill be more focused on the chilly weather in New York. Tomorrow morning I begin the journey east and an overdue vacation. My apologies for a slower than usual week of blogging as I finsihed up the few projects that needed finishing this week. Ill be turning the blog over to some guest posters for the next couple of weeks, but dont be surprised if I drop in to say hi a time or two. I hope you have a good weekend and a good holiday wherever you are and whatever you do. Happy reading.

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——Published on June 13, 2011 By Brian

Before you start looking at different traffic strategies or start writing content for your website there’s another step that’s critical for long-term results – keyword research. If you’re not targeting the right keywords all the traffic in the world (paid or otherwise) isn’t going to help you succeed. Let’s look at how your keyword research creates a solid foundation for your website.

Keyword research isn’t just the process of finding keywords that meet a certain criteria for number of searches and number of competing pages. Even if you find a keyword that has a lot of searches and almost no competition, it’s not going to be very valuable if the searchers aren’t able to take action when they hit your site.

That means finding targeted traffic is critical. In other words, people who are willing and able to spend money on your offer, or take whatever action you ultimately want them to take.

This is where a lot of internet marketers fail right out of the gate. They target keywords that aren’t very good for generating revenue, even if they have a lot of potential traffic.

There are a couple of ways to identify buying keywords, the first being common sense. Some keywords just aren’t likely to bring in buyers, like any phrase with the word “free” in it. If people search for “free dog training methods” it’s a lot more difficult to convince them to pay for something when they arrive at your site?

Keywords that are very specific, especially if they include product names and model numbers, tend to be a lot more effective at converting visitors into buyers. For instance, if someone is searching for “lg lcd tv model 123 reviews” they’re probably in the market to buy one.

Another way to identify buying keywords is using Google itself. If you search for a keyword with Google and there are zero or very few paid ads, chances are it’s not a very good keyword to target. “Undiscovered” markets are few and far between so if there are no ads running chances are other marketers have already tried that keyword and failed.

If you’re building a website to generate traffic from natural search you can still use these “non-buying” keywords. Just leave those until your site has some traction and you’ve started to see a profit from the buying traffic.

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Published on August 23, 2010 By Dustin

Answer this question: What is the number one reason people get online everyday? The answer is simple – they’re looking for information. This is so ubiquitous a quest that Google handles 400 million queries a day! Why should you care? This quest for information is an opportunity for you to fill a need. And when done correctly, you can get paid for it, too!

Info marketing 101

This is by far the simplest business you can start. You take information and turn it into a digital product – like an ebook. And then sell it to people who want to learn the info in it. Sounds simple enough, right?

How do you make it work?

You’ve got the basic concept – exchange info for money. In order to be successful people need to want the information you’re providing. So step one is to discover what kind of info people want. How do figure that out?

A super simple trick is to just to check “answer” sites. Just go to Yahoo! answers or ask.com and see what kinds of questions people are asking. Your goal is to find a common problem. That people are having trouble solving. And provide the answer – in the form of an info product.

Think about this:

If you’re worried about how to write and ebook. Consider this: An ebook is nothing more than a collection of articles. Don’t try to write a whole ebook. Focus on one article at a time. And when you’ve got a few finished, expand and embellish them and combine them into a single ebook.

So, what’s so great about ebooks? Interestingly enough, we’re back to the name of this article How about 7 reasons why:

1. Simplicity and ease

Once it’s built it runs pretty much on it’s own. And your customers need very little support. So it’s nearly a 100% hands-free business. You’re building a completely automated business.

You don’t have any inventory. There’s nothing to ship. Your business is 100% digital.

2. Product combos

When you have a created a few information products. You can combine them together to create new high ticket products. It’s very easy to package multiple ebooks together as one new one. And you’ll be able to charge much more for this “new” product. There’s greater perceived value in a single big course. Versus multiple smaller ones.

3. Resale rights

When you own the product, you can sell resell rights to it. Recently, resell rights have become extremely popular, because most people simply don’t have the time, money and effort it takes to create their own products. Plus, you can charge double, even triple your selling price for resell rights!

4. Leverage

It’s your content, so you can use it in as many different ways as you want. Break it apart and create a multi-part email series with it. You can use this to build a list that you can marketing to again and again.

5. More leverage

You can also take parts of your ebook and turn it into smaller eBooks. Then you can use the reports as the front-end of your product funnel. You can make these low cost or even free. Either way, you win because you’re feeding your funnel. Taking this technique to the max, you can let your affiliate give the reports away for you. Which brings us to…

6. An army of affiliates

This one is huge. Once you have your own product. You can get other people to promote it for you. How would you like to have an army of affiliates selling your products? You’ve got to have your own products to have affiliates.

7. JVs

I’ve saved the best for last. Setting up joint ventures is the fastest way to gain success. Period. That makes this is the biggest reason for creating your own info products. Without your own products, you can’t do JVs.

Summary

If you’re not convinced to start selling information products, then you’re either crazy or not listening. You’ll become the ruler of your own fate. Because it’s your business and you control it. So, don’t waste any more time:

Visit an “answers” site
Find out what people need to know
Start writing
Information product development really is that simple. Before you know it, you’ll have your own info product.

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Published on June 13, 2011 By Brian

Before you start looking at different traffic strategies or start writing content for your website there’s another step that’s critical for long-term results – keyword research. If you’re not targeting the right keywords all the traffic in the world (paid or otherwise) isn’t going to help you succeed. Let’s look at how your keyword research creates a solid foundation for your website.

Keyword research isn’t just the process of finding keywords that meet a certain criteria for number of searches and number of competing pages. Even if you find a keyword that has a lot of searches and almost no competition, it’s not going to be very valuable if the searchers aren’t able to take action when they hit your site.

That means finding targeted traffic is critical. In other words, people who are willing and able to spend money on your offer, or take whatever action you ultimately want them to take.

This is where a lot of internet marketers fail right out of the gate. They target keywords that aren’t very good for generating revenue, even if they have a lot of potential traffic.

There are a couple of ways to identify buying keywords, the first being common sense. Some keywords just aren’t likely to bring in buyers, like any phrase with the word “free” in it. If people search for “free dog training methods” it’s a lot more difficult to convince them to pay for something when they arrive at your site?

Keywords that are very specific, especially if they include product names and model numbers, tend to be a lot more effective at converting visitors into buyers. For instance, if someone is searching for “lg lcd tv model 123 reviews” they’re probably in the market to buy one.

Another way to identify buying keywords is using Google itself. If you search for a keyword with Google and there are zero or very few paid ads, chances are it’s not a very good keyword to target. “Undiscovered” markets are few and far between so if there are no ads running chances are other marketers have already tried that keyword and failed.

If you’re building a website to generate traffic from natural search you can still use these “non-buying” keywords. Just leave those until your site has some traction and you’ve started to see a profit from the buying traffic.

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Published on April 4, 2012 By Brian

Effective online business collaboration can connect teammates within an office and across great distances to get more work done, together. But will these great technological advances ruin our ability to work personally with others and communicate in a face-to-face manner?

No, I don’t think so. However, they can change the way we communicate in a productive and beneficial way. Here are three traditional forms of business communication, and how online collaboration can help.

Phone Calls
Collaboration Pro: Have you ever been on a phone call, with so much being talked about that you feel you’ve missed a great deal of information after the call? Or perhaps you spaced out a bit and didn’t hear an important part of the conversation? An effective online collaboration tool can help you manage these communications to make sure they are stored and able to be reviewed later.
Collaboration Con: When reading text, it’s hard to gauge someone’s expressions, and you may miss the nuances of communication, and misinterpret what the other is saying.

In-Person Meetings
Collaboration Pro: By connecting your team members, prospects and clients inside an online collaboration tool, you no longer have to spend the time and money to travel for face-to-face meetings. You can also start working with virtual teammates by finding the right person for the job regardless of where they live. Now, your business can expand and service a greater distance without running up a huge travel bill.
Collaboration Con: You may never get to meet your out of town teammates or customers, and in certain situations, in-person meetings are crucial.

Emails
Collaboration Pro: There are so many improvements an effective collaboration solution can make to your email communications, it’s difficult to list them all here. Now, when your information is managed more effectively, you can communicate with team members without CCing them on everything, you can find relevant information more easily without having to sift through thousands of emails, and your inbox won’t be clogged up by large files traveling back and forth. Not to mention the fact that your files will be managed much better, and your team will be able to handle current file versions in an orderly fashion.
Collaboration Con: Every single person you communicate with each day is not inside your collaboration solution, so you will still have to deal with email from those people.

When looking for a good online collaboration solution, find an option that allows you to enhance your business processes and communications, and increases your overall success.

Dana Larson is the marketing manager for OnePlace – an online small business organization solution that empowers individuals to be successful, so their business is, too. Dana helps others understand the importance of online team collaboration through OnePlace.

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3 Easy Techniques to Grow Your Facebook Popularity
Facebook is just about the most popular social media network online today. Some see it, in fact, as a major social media outlet with a high degree of importance. The only other system that can compare is Twitter, though they are vitally different. At first, Facebook was designed purely so people could socialize with one another online. It can be used to make money now, though, since it is an excellent marketing platform. This can be done via direct advertising or you can create a Fan page and sell repeatedly to your followers. To do this, though, you need to have fans for your page. Here are some helpful hints so that you can do exactly that.
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Did you know you can use text messaging to access Facebook now? This works well for Internet Marketers who have “real world” contact with their clients and partners as well as Internet contact. By texting to the Facebook short code provided “fan yourusernamehere”, the person in question will be sending Facebook instructions to automatically “like” you. The only problem with this strategy is that you need at least twenty five fans and to have your own dedicated username. So, why not implement this approach once you have everything you need? Autograph posts you put up on other profiles with the “@ tag.” Everyone who sees the comment you leave will be able to also see your fan page if you include its name in the “@ tag”. Not only can you show off your page this way but you can still make a quality contribution to your friends’ pages while still gaining more exposure for your own. However, this strategy shouldn’t be overused. If you use it too often your friends will feel more like you are using them than they do like your friends.

Another thing you can do is post a video on your website that leads people to your fan page on Facebook. People can communicate with you directly through your fan page; try to do your best to show people what you have to offer. Videos are quite popular these days. Putting a video on your site is easy! Just use the embed code for a video you have uploaded (Youtube, Vimeo, etc), and your video will show up on your website. This allows you to have a video in more than one place. That means even more people will see it and, potentially, become fans of you on the Facebook service. Really want to train for a half marathon? Pay a visit to how to train for a half marathon in 6 weeks

Facebook is, arguably, the most popular social media network on the Internet today. At first, it was meant to provide an online socialization venue for college students.

Now it is used by individuals as well as businesses and major corporations. So, you need to present as well. There are lots and lots of things that you can do to promote your Facebook fan page. Some of them are pretty basic, others are more creative. The only thing that will limit you when it comes to growing your Facebook fan base is how creative you are with your promotions. There aren’t any limits whatsoever!

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3 Amazing Techniques to Grab Reader Attention and Never Let it Go
Almost all people have opinions on pretty much all topics. You might not already know just how powerful this can be if you can leverage it properly. Every blog owner, especially business bloggers, want their visitors to stick around, stay a while, join in the conversation and to come back over and over again.

If you have a good look around, you may discover quite a bit written on magic of making up. But what is helpful for you will hinge on a few variables. There are many trustworthy resources about it, plus other related aspects that you have to take into account, as well. The maddening part about it is you could find out you have to perform even additional research. The net is massive, indeed, and it can be really aggravating if you cannot quite nail down the final pieces of the puzzle. We have found the following about this specific subject, and we want to improve on it and give some added understanding.

This goal is not impossible to reach or even all that difficult. Here are just a few methods that you can use and to your greatest advantage.

Real life examples are great for helping you to stimulate your readers. Finding them should only take a few minutes; we’ve done it hundreds of times. When you use that approach, from time to time, then your readers will have something to identify with and connect. It is incredibly important, if you want to be successful, that you are good at grabbing your readers’ attention and getting them to be emotionally invested in you. Everything you do that adds to the most desired effect will cumulatively add-up, and that makes for extraordinary content. If you want to get inside the minds of your audience and connect with them, which you should, then become one of them. It allows them to feel like you are one of their group or an expert on the issue. Find out about them through your market research, and then talk about what you know to be their pain. You must have solid information about their complaints, problems, heartaches and pain. With that knowledge, you will then be able to discuss the results from the problems in their lives. As long as you don’t overdue it, they will be able to see themselves and be able to identify with you.

Every so often, choose something powerful like a particular benefit and then expand on it. You could even devote an entire article on one powerful benefit and really pick it apart for the reader. Once you understand how powerful that can be, you will see that you should never be at loss for content. By narrowly focusing on some major aspect of the content, it create a bigger impact. You can provide a link in a more general article that takes your readers to a drilled down article about a benefit. We believe the above thoughts and tips must be taken into account in any conversation on ovarian cyst treatment. They are by no means all there is to learn as you will easily discover. We believe they are terrific and will aid you in your pursuit for solutions. However, we always emphasize that anyone takes a closer examination at the general big picture as it relates to this subject. The rest of the document will provide you with a few more important points to bear in mind.

Have you ever taken notice of the fact that all of the news that gets reported is bad or negative in its standpoint? Conflict is the basis for most movies, television shows and even books. That kind of interaction captures the minds of people because they become emotionally involved. You can play off of that type of conflict in your content, and by doing so you will draw people into it.

If you have done even a little reading on flat stomach in a week thus far, you know it involves so many people, everywhere. You know how it is with folks because you are probably the same; no attention is paid unless there is an issue.

The best approach is to try to maintain an awareness as much as you can. The interesting thing about us humans is we usually do not pay a lot of attention to prevention. It certainly does seem that mobilizing to deal with it comes about only after the fact. Be that as it may, there is never anything wrong with just being informed and taking whatever measures that are necessary or represent common sense. Also, consider magic of making up to achieve your business goals.
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Article Marketing Success – What You Need to Know
Traffic is what keeps every blog and website alive. Without good exposure, you’re going to lose your web property. You can’t be successful if people can’t find your website. Thankfully, there are certain effective (and free) methods of generating traffic. And article marketing is one of the things you can do. As an article marketer, you not only get targeted visitors but also create a brand to reckon with. When you use article marketing efficiently there isn’t anything else that can compare to it. So exactly what goes into carrying one of these out? In this article we are going to explore a few of the things that you can do to make your article marketing more successful.

You need to make sure that each article you write for the web is actually written for humans. That’s right: don’t make the huge mistake of creating articles meant only to make the search engines happy. Failure is the only thing that will happen if you try this. Why? Can you seriously think your article is useful if readers don’t connect with it? Though you may get a little bit of search engine traffic, it isn’t going to make that much sense. You need, instead, to focus the efforts you make on impressing your human article readers. If the person enjoys your article they will link to it. This will automatically boost the search engine ranking assigned to you. Doesn’t that make more sense?

When submission time rolls around, don’t give in to the urge to submit everything all at once. It’s much better to spread out your submissions so that you can get the most possible leverage from your article marketing efforts. To use one example, when you start with one submission at about ten in the morning, wait until about ten in the evening to submit your next one. Put some gaps in between your submission days too.

The entire point in this situation is to reach out to as much of your audience as you can. You will only be able to do this when you spread your submissions out across a wide variety of times, days and sites.

Last but not the least – in order to make it big with article marketing you need to be consistent. Don’t you dare make excuses about this. If you aren’t consistent you are going to fail. If you want to find sustainable success through the articles you compose, you need to understand that preparation for whatever it takes to achieve massive success is the only option available to you. You cannot simply submit a couple of articles a month and expect things to happen magically for you. Regardless of what else you’ve chosen to do, it’s important to take steps to keep your approach as consistent as possible. There is no wiggle room here.

Strategy is at the core of every good article marketing campaign. If you don’t have a good strategy, you’ll just fall behind. Your aim, your focus should be on using an effective strategy that takes you places.

This way you’ll find the direction that you need the most. It is going to show you the path that most of the other article marketers are ignoring. When you create a basic game plan and work on it, you’ll see all sorts of ways to make the most out of your article marketing efforts. Seriously, it works.

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Choosing Your Own Domain Name – Things You Need to Know
You have two choices when it comes to business domain name research; it can be tough and frustrating or fun and pretty easy. If you’re not looking in the right direction, you may simply settle down for something that’s not worth it. You need to operate from a position of knowledge and informed state if you want the best results. We can definitely get you pointed in the right direction so you will be armed to the teeth any time you search for domains. Pioneer AVH-P4300DVD, how to apply makeup , Traffic Voodoo 3.0

It can be easy to register a name only to find out there is a highly popular domain that is almost just like yours. So, before whipping out the plastic, do that if it matters to you otherwise skip it.

You know how important it is to stand out from all the rest in your niche. We see no good reason to almost be confused with another business related to the domain, and you really should have the same opinion. You will lose on traffic and it’ll be hard to create a brand when your domain name looks too common. Naturally, you never have to believe us, but how can you not see the logic in this suggestion? When you’re buying your domain name, buy it from a well known registrar. There are many scams going around on the Internet in the domain industry. If you want to be on the safe side, then see to it that your domain registrar is known. Get an idea about who it is that you are using to register your domain name. If you are not sure, ask questions. But don’t make the mistake of choosing whatever registrar comes your way, because that may just complicate things in the future. This will offer you some peace of mind knowing that your domain name is safe.

Make sure your register the domain name on your own, and not through someone else. You want your domain’s control and authority in your own hands. It’s important to be able to manage your domain name on your own and take whatever steps you want to take with it. When you want to register your domain name, don’t give any credence to a third party service. Even if you are partnering with another person for your online business, try to do the registering of the domain name yourself so that nothing can go wrong later on. It’s important to trust when you run a business because you ought not trust absolutely anybody who comes along. There are a number of reasons why your domain name might not live up to your expectations. Once you become aware, then it is impossible to go back, but why would you want to do that, anyway? Once you are confident that you know what to do, then you will proceed from a confident position. You can see that there is not anything hard about what you need to know, so just get a move-on with it. Learn, get the necessary facts you need, and then commit to positive action.
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