Ready to learn?
Yes, I want to share with you the 10 things I learned since 2 months of setting up my this blog.
I hosted my wordpress blog on the 26th of July, so this happens to be the second month. Prior to this time, I’ve been online promoting various affiliate offers, building my list and earning at least $500 each month.
But I guess I had a passion to blog and today, I’ve no regrets whatsoever. Blogging is like climbing the staircase, you have got to relax and start again. Blogging have taught me several core things about driving free traffic. I’m here to share just 10.
Were you affected by the the recent Google panda updates, a few months ago?
I’m here to show you how to come up again, strong and kicking.
The Google Panda updates came like a shock to so many website and blog owners.
It’s like an epidemic that scoured the whole of the internet erasing every unfriendly web page, and rewarding sites that took time to develop a community of quality works. Although some valuable sites were affected, their pagerank and overall site performance dropped, it’s vital to look ahead and position yours blog and websites for future updates.
Guest posting has helped me in several ways.
I’m glad I discovered how to use this to my advantage and today, I want to reveal some shocking truths about guest posting.
There are 7 secrets that yields results. By results, I mean targeted traffic, quality backlinks and increase in pagerank.
So, in summary, guest posting helps you to:
- - Get fresh targeted traffic
- - Get quality backlinks easily
- - Improve your Google Pagerank
- - Increase Your RSS Subscribers
- - Build your email list
Does Brian Clark know about this post yet? Well, I can’t answer that question. I don’t care how much traffic I send to his awesome blog at www.copyblogger.com.
But one thing I know is this: In my 3 months of launching my blog, I’m already seeing results. Thanks to Brian Clark for his awesome content.
I’m a very observant person. When I first came online, the first blog I encountered from the search engine was copyblogger. And ever since, I have been following, commenting and learning. I tried a lot of times to get my guest post featured but I’m yet to break even – hopefully, by next year 2012.