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Earn Big Money from Blogging

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PayPerPost has been one of the most controversial startups in the past couple of years, with critics proclaiming that they are polluting the blogosphere, and giving the whole internet a black eye. While the morality of PayPerPost has been debated over and over again, the one thing that hasn?t been brought up is the brilliance in marketing by PayPerPost. PayPerPost gives a big opportunity both bloggers and Advertisers.

The new segmentation system at Payperpost rewards bloggers with high traffic blogs for make money blogging. The highest paying blog opportunities now pay up to $1000 for a single sponsored post. Each blogger can instantly see the opportunities available to the because they have been prescreened according to your blogs’ page rank, Alexa rank and the traffic the blog receives. In other side, sdvertisers who place extra restrictions on the opportunities they offer.

Bloggers now receive a reasonable variety of posting opportunities. Newer bloggers are still qualified to make money from their blogs as they grow. The first assignment for a blogger who joins through that link will be to review – and link back to – the blogger who recruited them. These backlinks will be a very valuable blog marketing tool for bloggers who want to build up their blog popularity.

eTraffic Jams – SEO

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eTrafficJams.com LLC is an organic search engine optimization company with a business license in the city of Clearwater, Florida. They specialize in helping clients increase their sales either directly or indirectly by optimizing their website for specific keyword phrases that will help them place higher in the top major search engines and attract targeted website traffic.

We can take a look their search engine optimization case study for for FurnitureESuperStore.com.

FurnitureeSuperstore provides online furniture shopping with free and fast shipping. They claimed that they spent a lot of money and their rankings and sales actually dropped for their old search engine optimization company. They lost traffic and lost sales. Then they use eTraffic Jams.

They claimed that their top 100 keywords, about 50 are in the top 10, and about 30 of them are in the top 5. Their traffic has increased by about 161% which has contributed significantly to their bottom line.

When you’re on the web, no one is looking for you and knows you even exist. It’s all about information and providing solutions for searcher’s problems. That’s where proper search engine optimization comes in. eTrafficJams.com can help you with that.

What is your Page Strength?

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SEOMoz.org launched Page Strength, an online tool to tell you the importance and visibility of web pages.

Webmetrics, Google PageRank, Alexa ranking toolbar and composite indicators are some of the valuable tools to help you gauge your web pages. This is pretty helpful when you are doing search engine optimization Google and trying to figure out which site is worthy of your back links.

However, aside from those mentioned there are other tools that you can rely on and one of them is the SEOmoz Page Strength Indicator, a new way of measuring the importance of a site.

Page Strength

SEOmoz Page Strength Indicator is based on the following measures:

  • Links pointing to full URL (Yahoo)
  • Links pointing to domain (Yahoo)
  • Position for first four words of title tag on target URL (Google)
  • Age of Domain
  • Links from domains with .edu TLDs (Yahoo)
  • Links from domains with .gov TLDs (Yahoo)
  • Alexa Rank
  • Domain name visibility (Google)
  • Internal Link Percent
  • Number of search results for URL search at del.icio.us
  • Listings in DMOZ (ODP)
  • Links found in Wikipedia

I got Page Strength 5.5 out of 10 for supriyadisw dot net. Check it out supriyadisw dot net page strength. How about yours?

Apogee Search for PPC

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Apogee Search is a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) firm offering “search engine marketing”. They can help your site ranked at the top of today?s most popular search engines including Google, Yahoo, MSN, and Ask Jeeves.

Apogee Search is a search engine marketing who recently received recognition as Google AdWords Qualified Company.

Paid Search Management or Pay Per Click Advertising is a service offered by Apogee Search designed to quickly place a website in the listings of Internet search engines. You only pay if someone clicks to your site.

Paid Search advertising is a great way to immediately boost your performance overnight and drive qualified traffic to your website. Pay Per Click metrics also provide a fast, accurate way to test and refine which keywords or keyword phrases are best for your online marketing.

You can visit Apogee Search Blog to get a lot of useful information that You can put into practice on your own for your sites. If you are looking for a company to work with to promote your website may I suggest the services of Apogee-search.com.

Have a great day and gud lak!

Private Label Articles

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Resale rights works in such a way that when an owner of an article sells one the authority to sell that article to others then keep the profits. Private label rights however goes much further, efficiently granting the “private label rights” buyer to do what he wants with the articles. PLR makes available to you the benefits wherein you have your very own product and without the effort of making it by yourself.

Content is King

Content is the text and images of your website. The text is the most important for searches; search engines like Yahoo and Google seek out keywords and phrases that can only be found in the text content on websites. Everyone is always saying “content is king”, right? Basically what it means is that if you want to get lots of free traffic to your web site from the search engines, then you need lots of content, lots of pages, lots of good stuff to not only interest your visitors, but also to attract the search engines. The more well written pages you have, the better you’ll do income wise. 20 pages is better than 10, 100 is better than 20, 500 is better than 100.

Quality content articles will do the following when applied to your business

  • Give answers and information to customers looking for products,
  • Attract spiders and robots,
  • Increase your page ranks,
  • Gives you the competitive edge over your competition,
  • Shows your expertise in your field,
  • Increases inbound links to your site without the need of reciprocal linking,
  • Directly increases your income via affiliate sales, Google ad programs, and
  • Indirectly increases your income via more traffic, and higher credibility.

How to Boost Your Traffic and Profits with Private Label Articles

Here are several ways that content can help build your traffic, subscribers, and customers starting today:

  1. Boost your search engine ranking and daily visitor count by posting keyword rich articles and content on your web-site.
  2. Generate double or even triple the number of newsletter subscribers you do currently, simply by offering content in the form of “special reports” or manuals as bonuses for subscribing to your publication.
  3. Create an automated cash flow by using content to formulate multi-part email training courses with related web-site or affiliate links “sprinkled” throughout each course. Use an auto responder service to automate the delivery of your training course.
  4. Build a trusting relationship with your subscribers by sending informative articles to your list on a regular basis you will establish yourself as an expert on your topic of business, as well as gain the trust of your subscribers over time.
  5. Another excellent way to generate no cost traffic is by submitting ready-made articles to “content hungry” web-site and newsletter publishers with your “resource box” attached. A resource box is nothing more than a little 3-6 line “bio” about you and/or your web-site – including a link to your site.

How To Alter Private Label Articles

  1. First of all Private Label Content is the culmination of someone else’s ideas and personality. So, start by changing the title. Be creative, make it your own.
  2. Change or totally rewrite the opening paragraph. Look for ways to say the same thing in different ways. Use your Thesaurus or go to Dictionary.com to find word alternatives. Set the tone of your article here – and then follow thru with the rest of the article.
  3. Now go thru the entire article. Use the tone you set in the first paragraph and work it into the rest of the article. Add or take out sentences as you see fit. Add new points to expand the article or break a long article into two shorter articles.
  4. Finish up by rewriting the ending. Make sure you entice your reader to do what you want him/her to do here, whether purchasing a product, going to your website, signing up for your newsletter, etc.
  5. Lastly, check for spelling or grammatical errors, make sure your article is keyword enhanced, and make any final changes that might be needed.

With the declining effectiveness of many of the online advertising methods that we’ve relied on in past years, content is only strengthening its position as the ultimate KEY to generating unlimited traffic, subscribers, and customers!

Go there to find out many ways you could begin using private label articles to jumpstart your business today.

Four tips for asking Google to ban your Website

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Are you asking Google to penalize or ban your website? Perhaps it’s a simple question. There are many people complaining that their website have been banned by Google and they “have no idea why”. This is a very important thing to share about this situation.

Page Rank

Page Rank is Google’s way of giving a specific value to how popular your website is. It is based on the number of “votes” other websites cast for your website. A “vote” is simply when another website places a link on their website that is pointing to your website. Generally, the more “votes” or links you have pointing to your website, the higher your Page Rank (PR) will be. Page Rank is “1” of the many factors that Google takes into account when ranking websites.

Some webmasters will do anything ways to make a higher page rank for their website, even something wrong and cause their website to get banned by Google.

How to know if you have been banned by Google

You can check your website in the Google’s search result. First go to Google then enter your entire URL into Google’s search box. This website was in Google’s index at one time. If you search your website today, and Google says “Sorry, no information ia available for the URL…”, this means that the URL is no longer in Google’s database.

Here are four factors that can cause Google to ban your website:

1. Title Tag Stuffing

The title is what appears in the top left hand corner of your webpage. This is an example of Title Stuffing.

Title Tag Stuffing

2. Meta tag Stuffing

Webmasters throw in thousands of the same exact keyword into their meta tags. For example, the following website is trying to rank well for “seo”.

<meta NAME="KEYWORDS" CONTENT="SEO, 
seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, 
SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, 
Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, 
seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, 
SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, 
Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, seo, Seo, SEO, 
seo, Seo">
</meta>

3. Alt Image Tag Spamming

This is another way that people will try to cram keywords into their website, allowing search engines to see their keywords, but not allowing visitors to notice any difference in their website.

Alt Image Tag Spamming

The following is a website that wanted to rank well for “seo”. What they’ve done is inserted a graphic. They’ve then added an alt image tag to the graphic. When a visitors visits the website, hovers their mouse over the graphic, a little popup will appear.

Search Engine Optimization for WordPress

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After reading some articles about search engine optimization for wordpress, I decide to redesign my theme to optimize my wordpress blog for better search engine optimization. I use these following articles to redesign my wordpress blog:

What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?

There are many definitions for Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Definition from Wikipedia

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a set of methods aimed at improving the ranking of a website in search engine listings, and could be considered a subset of search engine marketing.

Definition from Whatis.com

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the practice of manipulating aspects of a Web site to improve its ranking in search engines.

Unfortunately wordpress doesn?t have SEO yet, so we need to built it ourself. Perhaps not very bad, but we can improve our wordpress for better SEO. You should try this and prove yourselft how it work 😉

Permalink Optimization

The goal: stick more keywords up into the URL and remove the faff which nobody uses, to make the URL seach engine and people attractive.

My permalink structure:

  • Before redesign:
    https://www.supriyadisw.net/%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/
  • Redesign to:
    https://www.supriyadisw.net/%postname%/
  • Then:
    https://www.supriyadisw.net/%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%.html
  • Finally:
    https://www.supriyadisw.net/%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%/

I try to use many possible permalink structure to get optimize result. So if you find “404 Page not found” on my Blog, perhaps that link used my old permalink structure. I so sorry about it. I hope it’s my final permalink structure 😉

Page Titles

Because Google truncates titles when they pass a particular length, you need your important keywords up front. Google might also be counting words which appear earlier in the title as more important.

My page titles

  • Before:

    supriyadisw dot net » engage on dapper drake

  • After:

    engage on dapper drake · supriyadisw dot net

How to make it?
You can put this code into your wordpress template:

<title><?php ws6q9jzl7p_title(' '); ?>
<?php if(ws6q9jzl7p_title(' ', false)) { echo ' &middot; ';
} ?> <?php bloginfo('name'); ?>
</title>

Thx for the code. Feel free to use your own character instead “&middot; (·)”

Post Titles

Keep your post titles nice and simple, and as straight-forward as possible. Sure, pack in the keywords, but do it smartly. You have to blend readability with keywords. It?s easy to muck-up, but doing it right will help you loads.

I have to rebuilt my XHTML structure to get some fantastic results 😉
By default:

  • H1 tag is used for Blogname
  • H2 tag is used for Post Titles
  • H3 tag is used for sub section
  • and so on…

I had made changed like this:

  • H1 tag is use for Post Titles – Replace blogname properties
  • H2 tag is use for Post Titles – Leave it by default

Does it work?

I try to make a little research how it work. OK! See my case study of my post about “Engage on Dapper Drake”.

Before:
I post this topic with title “Engage On My Ubuntu Dapper Drake” – You can see on my blogger. I keep it as original one 🙂

My Page title on WordPress is

supriyadisw dot net » engage on my ubuntu dapper drake

When I googling with keyword “engage on dapper”, the result is:
engage
My post on 3rd position (not bad I think, but I try to improve its position on Google page).

First Redesign:
Edit my permalink structure to

https://www.supriyadisw.net/%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%.html

The result is:
engage
Look.. I get 2nd position

Finally:
Edit my permalink structure to

https://www.supriyadisw.net/%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%

Edit my post title to

Engage on Dapper Drake

Edit my page title to

engage on dapper drake · supriyadisw dot net

engage
And I get a great result because my post become number one. Become a winner on the same topic. Huraay… 😀

How about your wordpress? Good Luck…

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