This is actually something quite remarkable, because as far as I know, I haven’t seen anyone else, ever, get to offer their readers a free, premium press release through PRWeb, and it is not like they have an affiliate program (at least that I have heard about), or easy to find promotion codes.
Not long ago I wrote about how PRWeb can be used to grab some useful backlinks on pages that might experience reasonable qualified traffic, especially from members of the press, or owners of quality websites.
Stampede Secrets 2.0 is unlike any internet marketing report or ebook I have read…
If spending $97 on an ebook is a major financial commitment, don’t read any further
Ok, for the rest of you lets get on with the review…
I am actually not going to tell you much about this, other than it is totally legitimate and could act as a source of high quality links and trafffic… the type who not only might click through to read what you say, but also write about it.
It is slightly old school, but not talked about, in fact most people just talk about doing this in reverse, but both ways can be effective. Take a look at this PR Stunt.
Macalua has just released a Top Posts By Category Plugin which seems like a great idea that could generate some additional traffic to posts already receiving high traffic.
Hmm, that would be a little bit like what Alister wrote about Knuttz recently.
I am not sure of the easiest way to leverage it.. maybe an invisible category “hot”.
Jennifer Slegg has written a great post on blog optimization, though it is not highly technical.
What a SEO Blunder though. Do you see that URL? Now read point 24 on the list “24) Use a Good URL Structure“.
I think Search Engine Land made a major mistake launching their new blog on Typepad instead of WordPress.
Zenrob has been checking his MyBlogLog stats to see how much traffic MyBlogLog is actually bringing him. His conclusion is 6 percent of unique visitors.
Checking my own stats the results are actually very similar.