You might have a beautiful-looking site complemented by compelling content with AdSense ads at the most strategic places; but seriously, it’s all for nothing if you don’t have any traffic to your website.
No traffic means no dollars. Period!
I came across an interesting blog post about getting quality backlinks and high PageRank.
So, you created a new web page and visited your new page using a browser installed with Google Toolbar.
You hope that your page will somehow be indexed by the Google search engine…
Now you can advertise on AdWords even if you don’t have a website. The landing page for the AdWords ads will be hosted by Google.
At the moment, the service is only available in the US. I suppose it’s only a matter time before the service is made available to the rest of the world. The new service is known as the hosted business pages for the AdWords Starter Edition.
I’d like to share with you Allan Gardyne’s free report, “77 Ways to Get Traffic“.
This excellent 69-page report is packed with traffic generation tips that you probably wouldn’t have thought of. Most of the traffic generation techniques described in the report can be applied without costing you a single cent.
I just came across an interesting post by Matt Cutts indicating that there is noÂ difference in Google PageRank treatment between a site hosted on virtual hosting (multiple sites on 1 IP address) versus a site hosted on a dedicated IP address.
If you’re an AdWords advertiser, there’s an important update that you need to know:Â
Google will begin incorporating landing page quality into the Quality Score for your contextually-targeted ads.Â
Here’s a story of how Chris Pearson apparently increased his search engine traffic by 455% in just one month (from September to October).
He made two simple changes:
Podcasting is getting serious attention nowadays but relative to blogs, the podcast sphere is still relatively small by comparison. In a recent seminar that I attended, internet marketing guru Derek Gehl did point out that now is a good time to capitalize on the podcast space as it’s still pretty much a new frontier.
Recently, someone asked me about how I implemented the podcast feature that I have on this blog. If you have listened to any of my podcast, it’s not me who is in the podcast.