Checking Outbound Links Of Your Website – Part II

Posted by on May 30, 2011 in Blogging advice

Checking Outbound Links Of Your Website – Part II

I blogged about checking outbound links before where you can the tools and operators to do that.

But I only mentioned this because of how you can check for reciprocal links.

Here are a few more ideas why checking your website’s outbound links here and there can be very useful:

1.    Check for spammy outbound links
You might think that you have full control of the links from your website but that’s not always the case.

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Two Outsourcing Tips For Getting High Quality Content

Posted by on Apr 13, 2011 in Blogging advice

Two Outsourcing Tips For Getting High Quality Content

If you’ve been using freelancers for outsourcing content, you’ve definitely had your share of poorly written articles that you received.

Here are two quick outsourcing tips to help you minimize the amount of poor quality articles and get much higher quality content written.

1. When using freelancer.com, create a project big enough so that you can select “Very small project” where bids are between $250 and $750.

Outsource on freelancer.com

When you do that, you’ll receive bids from writers with the highest ratings which in most cases produce best articles.

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Ready, Aim, … Ready, Aim, … Well, Fire Already!

Posted by on Jan 15, 2011 in Blogging advice

When you’re starting your first online business with a website, you should do careful research with the tools available (overall demand and competition of your main keywords).

But you can also overdo it.

The problem with decisions at the beginning is that you have NO experience. All your potential decisions are based on a theory and you KNOW that you really DON’T KNOW what works and what doesn’t.

So you don’t really trust any of your decisions.

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The Key To Gaining Organic Links – It’s Not Only Quality Content!

Posted by on Dec 12, 2010 in Blogging advice

The Key To Gaining Organic Links – It’s Not Only Quality Content!

The sweetest links are organic links. These are the types of links that happen without your direct effort – it simply means that someone has linked to your site or page because they liked it.

If you agree with the above statement, then notice the word LIKE.

Someone must like your site to link to it. Of course, they can simply like the content – it can simply be just very useful like the Wikipedia type of content where there’s mostly massive amounts of text on the page and very few (or none) other elements (pictures, graphics, videos, forms, etc.).

These types of sites do get organic links but they must really have an authority status and be well known to get them.

Most other sites get links from fellow webmasters and bloggers because they like the content AND they like the looks of the site.

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4 Things You Can Do Today To Increase Traffic And Income

Posted by on Apr 12, 2010 in Blogging advice

This is a guest post from David Dutton who is an author and internet marketer. He owns www.CoolestPlacesToVisit.com which is a a travel site that talks about topics such as best places to visit in Europe and other cool places around the world.

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Today I would like to share with you some things that can help speed up your results with your SBI site.

Currently, my travel site is getting 750 unique visitors per day and I work about one hour per week on it. This is based on my own experience and is not an exhaustive list.

1. Know your reason why – Knowing the true reason why you are building an SBI site in the first place will help you on so many levels.

You won’t be distracted by the latest business opportunity or program out there and therefore you will save yourself time that could be used in reaching your goal quicker.

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Why You Should Do Stuff On Your Own

Posted by on Feb 24, 2010 in Blogging advice

Why You Should Do Stuff On Your Own

I got a few emails from a friend asking me for example whether it’s ok to link from T2 and T3 pages to other people, whether he should use that link above the fold or below the fold (which I all answered) and then he also asked me:

“thanks Tomaz, when you send out emails for link exchanges, is your subject line: regarding link exchange and what is your version of value exchanges email?”

I personally think that asking for such specific examples is just too much. Here’s my reply:

😉 Don’t you think you could come up with something that would eventually work? Do you really feel satisfied and fulfilled by copying EVERYTHING?

I don’t have an exact email because I come up with something. I don’t have a copy / paste system neither for the email and neither for the subject line.

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