Free blogging platforms are great for creating incoming links. I just found another, Salon.com has a blog network that you can use to create incoming links and direct traffic from your other sites. You get 100% of all three google ads on the page, which is nice. You also get a sidebar of links that you can use to list your websites. Check out mine, here. There’s no referral program for this site, but you could at least add me as a favorite, OK.
This is for you. At some point in time, you signed up for PayPerPost under one of my referral codes. As luck may have it, they have recently raised my referral credit from $7.50 to $15.00 now, having a few $7.50 potential referral fees sitting idle is one thing, but having TEN $15.00 referral fees […]
And I don’t mean to use the word “battle” in a war-like sense, I just mean that there are two different philosophies niche bloggers should be aware of, and maybe they’re wrong and maybe they’re right, but the speculation is interesting. And I want to add mine so that there’s really three. OK so today […]
A- none. I know there are advocates out there for massive article-promotion campaigns, but I’m not one of them and I’ll tell you why. #1- your article is REALLY only interesting to a few people- people who SEARCH google, yahoo, bing, etc for that information. If your SEO is on target, they will find it. […]