Ninety Percent of your readers might be using an RSS reader or email to browse your content, and whilst your subscriber base is growing, your page views are remaining fairly static unless you receive a burst of traffic from Digg or another social bookmarking site.
Patrick Schaber just dropped me an email asking me which related posts plugin I am using. Actually I am using one of the functions of the Ultimate Tag Warrior plugin to make the list.
I talk about how you can use UTW quite a bit from an SEO perspective, but it can also help with monetization. If you have keywords, you can use them for all kinds of things.
On my blogs, I prefer not to use nofollow for comments and trackback.
It is my belief that if someone adds to the conversation on my blogs, the least I can do is offer them a backlink for their trouble.
I prefer people to write a post about me than to add me to their blogroll. I know a blogroll link theoretically gives me more Google Juice, but if they give 200 people a blogroll link, suddenly the value of that link from every page is greatly deminished.
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