Navigational elements on a blog or any website are an important feature, but you should be careful not to take things to extremes which can hurt the progress of your site, both from a SEO perspective and for website conversion.
I read a couple of days ago an interesting post by Bill Hartzer regarding the time it takes for link attribution to take effect on an almost dead website, that receives a high pagerank inbound link.
10 Article Killers is another new site just launched, based on the “Death of Adsense” backend system, thus they pay a small amount for people referred ($1), offer a small bonus (unknown) for getting 5 signups, and also have a decent one-time offer.
It is Sunday although I am not a very religious person, thus I was, horror of horrors, outside shovelling snow around. It was drifting, and if I hadn’t done anything with it, it might have blocked the driveway for my wife Monday morning.
Article Submission theory is controversial, and many experts will not agree that my article marketing strategy is correct. This is a long post, it goes off in multiple tangents, but please bare with me because it is all relevant.
Short version: Brute Force Article Marketing… works
Long Version: Read on…
I decided to write a second MyBlogLog post in a row, just to give a positive indication of how MyBloglog can and should be used.
I just received a contact request from Joe Beaulaurier of PRWeb. He had visited my blog, maybe liked what he read, and had also already joined my community. There is a fair chance he has also subscribed to my RSS feed.
I use Google Alerts to track a lot of my article syndication, and sometimes it comes up with some absolute diamonds of ways content can be presented to an international audience.
This is an article I wrote yesterday and in theory will be blasted out to loads of Article Directories from Article Marketer sometime tomorrow, possibly Friday.
It should be noted that I didn’t write this article to stick on a tax consultation site, but maybe it will be picked up by them.