How A-List Bloggers Build Traffic (Off-Blog) for their Blogs

Want to know how to get traffic for your blog? Who better to ask than the top bloggers? And this is what Jonathan Fields did when he asked them to answer this question: “If you had 2-hours a day to devote to no-cost, off-blog (even off-line) marketing for your blog, what would you do?” Wanting […]

Joining Memes: Link Love and Traffic

Memes are one of the easiest and least expensive ways of getting traffic to your blog FAST. Sure paid advertising will get you in the front page of SERPs quickly but you will need to fork out some money each time someone clicks on the ad. Don’t get me wrong. Paid listings are great and […]

More Blog Marketing Ideas

Continuation of Blog Marketing Ideas 4. Join Memes – Blog chockful of memes can be iriitating to some readers but meme communities are usually very large and generate tons of traffic. Memes are also great for fillers especially when you don’t really feel like blogging that day. Of course since memes topics are given the […]

Single Big Blog vs. Numerous Niche Blogs? Or Both?

Over at Performancing, Ahmed Bilal posts about the argument between running one big blog about a wide array of topics, or numerous blogs that focus on specific niches. He presents the pros and cons to both. A single big site benefits from economies of scale, is cost-effective, allows for a focused use of resources, requires […]

Are Your Blog Visitors Too Lazy To Comment? Try ClickComments

Blogs are nothing without the communities surrounding them. Listing your blog in directories and other social sites, as well as linking and trackbacking to get noticed may be good and all, but without reader feedback in the form of comments, you’re essentially talking to the wind. The good news is, it’s not always your fault. […]

Perception Manipulation: More On Statistics

Numbers are very powerful little buggers. Make them eye-popping enough and you can make people swing one way. We see this phenomenon happen a lot in pre-election surveys, TV show ratings and other studies that supposedly reflect the preference of individuals regarding different issues. In blogging, it’s also possible to harness the oh-so-human reaction to […]