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This blog is about earning money online. There are a lot of ways to earn money, and the most likely to me is to use affiliates programs. So I'll try to publish all things that could help you to gain more from your site or blog.




7 easy ways to get traffic to your blog - and earn $10,466 in 60 days :)

You’ve put a lot of work into your blog, and you put more in every day.
But without a steady stream of traffic, no one’s the wiser. Use these
seven tips to get more traffic to your blog.

1) Do your SEO and keyword research homework.

Make sure the HTML of your site is search engine friendly.
Here’s a basic search engine optimization checklist:

• Do your post titles have appropriate keywords?

• Do your anchor links have keywords in them?

Using “here” as a link is a missed opportunity.

• Does your domain name include a primary keyword?

2) Submit your site to the 1st and 2nd tier engines like Google, Yahoo, Dmoz, MSN and Looksmart, and to the blog directories.

Here’s a short list of sites that offer free blog listings:

Blog Search
http://www.blog-search.com/blogclicker-submission.html

Technorati
http://www.technorati.com/

Bloglines
http://www.bloglines.com/

Blogdex
http://blogdex.net/

Blogwise
http://www.blogwise.com/

WeBlogALot
http://www.weblogalot.com/

Globe of Blogs
http://www.globeofblogs.com/

BlogHop
http://www.bloghop.com/

Blogarama
http://www.blogarama.com/

3) Ping like you mean it.

This is a way for you to raise your hand to the blog trackers when
you’ve posted new content. You can do it site by site at places like
Technorati, or go to Ping-o-matic (http://pingomatic.com/)
and mass-ping your blog to over 20 sites. Make sure your blog is set up
to ping the appropriate sites every time you publish a post.

4) Feed your RSS.

Make sure your blog has one and that it’s working. An RSS feed is a bit
of XML that allows your blog to push content to RSS readers. That way
people don’t have to visit your site to get your latest insights – they
just open their RSS reader and read the news. If your blog is at
Blogger.com, don’t worry about an RSS feed – its already been created
for you.

If you’re not at Blogger.com and your current blog doesn’t have RSS
functionality, visit Feedcraft.com and sign up for their free service
that will set up an RSS feed from any website (blog or not).

5) Swap links.

Make a list of relevant sites you’d love to link to your blog. Write
them a short friendly note and offer to let them use a few of your
posts as content on their site in exchange for a link back to your
site. Also, link to their sites from within one of your posts.

Be sure to offer to exchange links in the links section of your blog.
Most blog software programs offer this.

There are also sites that special in helping bloggers swap links.
Web Log Empire (http://www.weblogempire.com/) is a large one.
If you’re willing to pay for a link to your site,
check out Text-Link-Ads (http://www.text-link-ads.com/)

6) Be part of the blogging community.

Go to other blog sites you admire. Contribute to their blogs in ways
that add real value. Write good, thoughtful comments that are content
rich. Give away what you know. Do it a lot – at least 3 posts a week.
Over time you’ll become recognized as someone who has something
worthwhile to say.

As your reputation grows, people will seek out your blog. This is not
an overnight process, but by paying your dues and building an audience
you are positioning yourself to become a star.

By the way, if your site doesn’t have the functionality for visitors at add
comments, Haloscan (http://www.haloscan.com/) is a free service that will
let them do so. It also allows for “trackbacking”, which is a way to manage pings.

7) Write your blog!

Put everything you’ve got into it. Make it great. Post as frequently as
you can. The search engines will note frequent postings. A blog that
has a new post every day is obviously more active – and important –
than a blog that was set up in 2003, has 4 posts, and has been dead
since 2004. To really make your blog get noticed you’ll need to post at
least 2-3 times a week.

This article has been authored by Anik Singal, an extremely successful
and young internet entrepreneur and affiliate marketing consultant.
Anik has developed his own affiliate marketing system that helped him
earn over $10,466 in 60 days.

Anik Singal :: Affiliate Marketing Coach
I've found this article here:
http://www.affcommunity.com/showthread.php?p=7099#post7099

  1. # Anonymous Anonymous

    hi i am vikas.i am new in blogging community
    nice advise given by you

    thanks  

  2. # Blogger Affiliate programs guide

    Thanks Vikas! I hope that my tips will help you to become a good blogger :) Feel free to contact me if you need some help or advice  

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