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    4 Tips for Building A Blog For High Traffic

    December 24, 2010
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    As part of your overall website or standalone, blogs really do provide the opportunity for increased web traffic. However, to get a high traffic blog, you can’t just sign up for a Blogger or WordPress account, post once, and expect the whole World Wide Web to come knocking. Moreover, once the traffic does come in, how will you keep those readers? Therefore, your blog should be built with high traffic in mind already.

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    10 Ways to Drive Traffic From Forums To Your Blog?

    November 22, 2010
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    I’m only spending about 10 minutes a day on discussion forums, but from this little effort, I have successfully managed to drive traffic from forums every single day to my blog. It’s all because I have a plan, and I stick to it. It’s about adding quality content, but it’s also about 10 different things. <Image Credit> I’m active In order to get traffic from discussion forums you should be present and publish something at least a ...

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    3 Reasons Why You Should Use Social Bookmarking Sites?

    November 21, 2010
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    In the virtual world today, the only important thing is that popular web sites means more traffic, more fans, more options to monetize your website and get more money. No matter what the reason for creating a website of your choice or your hobby or business idea, want to make your site popular – you want people to like your site and return to your site regularly to see if there something new and interesting. ...

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    5 Tips to Make a Successful Blog

    November 18, 2010
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    This is a guest post by Rahul who blogs at MazaKaro. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, read our guest posting guidelines. I started blogging as a hobby and I didn’t imagine that I will get a huge traffic within three months of blogging. Lot of visitors ask questions to me about, how I am getting huge traffic to my blog. So I thought that I must mention all those steps through which I get ...

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    Executing a Live Blogging Strategy: Live Blogging Software – Part 2

    November 13, 2010
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    In the competitive landscape of online marketing, just having a blog and posting daily isn’t enough. Bloggers want to be recognized within their niche and provide value to their readers, and readers want to engage, feel apart of something, receive value and want results. Live Blogging is one concept that can be used in a bloggers marketing and engagement strategy to grow an audience and build sustainable traffic. Here, we will explore 1.) Differences between ...

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    How to Increase Your Facebook Followers using Twitter

    October 8, 2010
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    Facebook is one of the top social networking sites which you can use to drive huge traffic for your blog. When you combine the Twitter and Facebook to drive traffic to your blog, you will surely get bonus traffic for your blog. I always suggest bloggers to target Twitter and Facebook throughout because  if your post get viral on any of these social media sites, you will be getting decent traffic spike. One of the easy ...

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    101 Ways to Drive Blog Traffic

    September 14, 2010
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    Traffic is very important to the success of every webmaster and blogger. It doesn’t matter how great your content is, it still needs to be read and it is traffic that makes this possible. This post will be listing 101 ways by which you can Drive Blog Traffic. By driving traffic doesn’t mean just getting more visitors. Before you start with your drive traffic campaign, make sure you set your goals. For example, if you ...

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    Alexa never shows actual traffic rank

    September 2, 2010
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    According to Wikipedia, Alexa is a California-based subsidiary company of Amazon.com that is known for its toolbar and website. Once installed, the toolbar collects data on browsing behavior which is transmitted to the website where it is stored and analyzed and is the basis for the company’s web traffic reporting. Alexa ranks sites based on tracking information of users of its Alexa Toolbar for Internet Explorer and from integrated sidebars in Firefox and Chrome. Hence ...

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