The Top Five SEO Tips to Avoid

I’ll admit it…I’m kind of a dunce when it comes to Search Engine Optimization (SEO).  I know the basics, but there are a lot of aspects of SEO that simply confuse the hell out of me.  That’s why I’m happy to include this guest post, from Joe out of the University of San Francisco that gives a bunch of quality tips on the subject…

Promises, promises. You’ve probably seen those flashy ads promising to drive hoards of traffic to your website. But without the proper internet marketing training, who can tell which ad is legitimate and which isn’t? Free advice on search engine optimization, page ranking and keyword phrase strategies isn’t always current — most free help is outdated and is based on a system that’s been overhauled since major search engines like Google, Bing and others took over.

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The Apprentice – Steve Scott Style

While writing last week’s edition of “Get More Blog Traffic,” I made a passing comment about doing a case study of a blog.  To be honest, the comment was buried in the middle of the content, so I didn’t expect anyone to respond to it.

Boy, was I wrong!

In the comments section, I had a couple of folks volunteer their blog.  Plus I also received a few personal emails from people practically begging me to help them out.

Now I can’t pick everyone – My time is already really limited.  However I’ve decided to open this up to all of readers of this site.

So here’s what I’m offering…

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How to Get 300 Visitors a Day from Twitter

Today I want to give you a blueprint on how I get 300 visitors a day using Twitter.  I know there’s been a lot written on this topic, but I don’t think too many sites give a step-by-step list on how market their blog.  So this isn’t going to be one those overly-hyped “get THOUSANDS of visitors of day from Twitter” type of posts.  Instead I’m simply going to list the steps I use to generate traffic from this social media site…

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How to Build Buzz Around Your Product: 10 Tips

Getting people interested in your product can be a challenge for many people.  That’s why I recommend you read today’s guest post by James of the ink cartridges website.  Here he gives a great top ten list of small, but important steps you can take to build buzz around any product that you’ve released.

You are launching the product that will change your niche forever. How do you spread the excitement and create an unstoppable buzz that will get customers beating down your door? Here are some things to keep in mind.

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Passive vs. Active Methods For Driving Web Traffic

If you have an online business, you must have web traffic. It doesn’t matter if you own a blog, an affiliate marketing site, or an information product, you need web traffic in order to have any amount of success.

As I detailed in my last trip update, I only have a limited amount of time to work on my online businesses each week. For this site, most of my time will be spent on creating content and long-term income sources. This leaves me with very little time to focus on creating web traffic.

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5 More Tips For the Creating a Successful Lead Magnet

On Tuesday, I described five lead magnet lessons that I’ve learned from developing my first report for this site, “Life Plan Mastery.” In this blog post, I described the importance of creating something that gives real genuine value to the reader.

Today, I want to give five more tips you can use for developing your own lead magnet. We have a lot to cover, so let’s get started…

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5 Tips For Creating and Developing a Lead Magnet

You’ve probably noticed this. During the last few weeks, I’ve been offering access to my first free report, “Life Plan Mastery.”

Today I want to talk about this report. Now this post isn’t designed to persuade you to subscribe to my list. Instead, I want to discuss some of the lessons that I learned as I wrote this guide.

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Five Comments a Day Exercise

During the last few days I’ve made the decision to be a little more aggressive with generating web traffic to this site. Right now, I’m hovering around the 100 visitors a day mark. While this isn’t terrible for a blog that’s 6 weeks old, I know it’s time to get off my butt and take action.

Now as you’ve probably heard, one of the primary ways to drive traffic to a blog is to leave comments on other blogs. So here’s what I’m going to do…

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