An awesome presentation of useful tips that will help you increase traffic on your blog.… [click to continue...]
There tons of ways to get traffic to your site from other blogs like guest blogging, site or product reviews, banners, sponsored posts etc. But in most cases they require some budget or at least some time to write a really good article.
Another way to get traffic and exposure is to actively participate in comment conversations on high traffic blogs related to your niche. Specially if you have a good opinion about the post and can start some controversy, people will be sure to check you out since you can leave a link to your blog or website in the comment section.
It works very well in pretty much all niches and markets.
One clever way is to make a list of 20-30 high traffic blogs in your niche and either setup alerts whenever a new blog post is live or check them manually. Personally I use Google email alerts and I get updates on new posts on specific blogs and you can even setup alerts on any keyword you wish… [click to continue...]
If you’re looking for a fun, effective and engaging way to gain exposure, traffic and sales for your products, website or brand than you should definitely consider running a giveaway or a contest.
It’s really simple. You ask prospects in your targeted market to enter a giveaway contest of a products and in exchange they will perform different tasks like Facebook, Twitter or any other social media sharing activity, email list subscription, write reviews on their blogs or on forums and let their friends know about the contest.
It’s very effective since your potential customers will be promoting not just your the contest itself, but your brand and products also giving you an unlimited amount of traffic and exposure.
There many different ways to run a contest.
You can simply run it manually on your blog and just make a post about it. Or you can use one of many online tools made… [click to continue...]
There’s 3 different proven models you can use for your authority site.
1. Panel/Expert Model. It’s a panel of multiple content providers who are experts in their own fields but all related to the same niche. Pro’s :
- Free Content
- No Product Creation Necessary
- No Marketing Resources Necessary
- Elevates Your Brand
- Small Time Investment
- Metrics and Results Ahead of Time
- Conflicting Opinions
- Not Always The Experts Priority
2. Guru Model.
- You Build Your Own Platform
- No Conflict Of Interest
- Build Raving Fan Base
- Time Investment In Writing and Research
- Business Liability
- Hard to Sell the Site
3. Faceless Model. Generally a magazine, an association, directory or advertising based.
- Can Advertise Anything
- No Conflict of Interest
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- No Bonding Mechanism
- More Customer Service