There are plenty of sites that suggest using hundreds and even thousands of keywords when setting up an Adwords campaign, but is that really an effective technique when trying to convert visitors into leads? Here's an approach that's not necessarily new, but probably over looked by many of the PPC related articles you might have read in the past.
The majority of bloggers are forced to deal with spam blogs (splogs, aka scraper blogs), and even though a variety of counter measures exist, they just don't seem to do the trick. Most of the time, splogs will scrape only an excerpt from the post, making the permalink at the bottom of the post useless. Some harvesting software is even smart enough to strip out these attempts at foiling the scrapers, so what's a blogger to do? Today, I introduce a way to deliver entirely different content to these spammers via IP based content delivery.
Nothing really special in this post other than a list of sites that display their Entrecard widget above the fold, all of which are conveniently organized by average load times. How awesome is that? Before I share the URL, I'd like to thank Walt from 365tofreedom.com. He's the genius that came up with the idea and made it happen. I wish him luck with his Internet marketing journey (he's trying to quit his day job, hence the domain 365 To Freedom) during 2008, but will probably ask him to stop auto-spamming my posts with comments about his ebook or whatever it is. For now, my rusty muffler is doing just fine, Walt. Midas said so.
The majority of webmasters are aware that in order to rank high in search engines, permanent backlinks are required, and TNX.net provides just that. In this post I'll elaborate on the ins and outs, the pros and cons, and whether or not TNX.net is a service worth allocated resources to.
Search engine optimization and traffic are topics nearly every webmaster is concerned about. Many resort to social networking sites in an effort to gain exposure, but according to several performance indicators, traffic from these sources performs poorly. Total Adsense earnings from the Digg effect, $0.64. Total Adsense earnings from 8,592 unique stumble visitors, $0.96. This is the result of several conditions: ad placement, ad type, integration/blending, and more; but webmasters across the board agree, social bookmarking sites provide little, if any significant revenue.
A large percentage of web-sites across the Internet suffered a decrease in Google page rank after the recent update. Web and search engine guru's speculate that site's buying and selling links endured the majority of the blows. Web surfers might enjoy and even praise Google's efforts to weed out spam and improve their search engine results, but is the new policy really having an effect?
Nearly all webmasters know getting indexed in Google is a number one priority when launching a web-site, but some people find the process extremely difficult, even tricky. Most will agree the best type of traffic is search engine traffic. The people using Google and other search engines depend on relevant results to find the information they need - this is the type of traffic almost all webmasters want. Close to 70% of all Nullamatix.com's traffic comes from Google, and looking at the search terms provided, the visitors are finding the information they want, which means Google is doing their job effectively. So here's what I normally do to have a site indexed in 48 hours or less.
Wow, what an interesting day. After experiencing The Digg Effect first hand, and looking over a few stats, I've made the conclusion that Digg users are comparable to a swarm of crack heads surfing the Internet. Don't get me wrong, landing on the front page of Digg is awesome and I'm really grateful, but the swarm came, some saw, and then they left. That's awesome. Like a swarm of locust coming to devour everything in site, and when they're gone, all is quiet again. Literally 15 to 30 minutes of fame.