How Many Blogs Are Enough?

How Many Blogs Are Enough?

by Mike Paetzold – Copyright 2009 – All Rights Reserved

Over the last year or two, no since their inception Google has constantly been changing. The reason they were able to upset such existing monoliths like Yahoo and MSN was this constant change and improvement of their algorithm.

Change continues today and one of the big changes of late is what you find on the first page for a wide variety of terms.

Huge sites like about.com which cover thousands of topics, have a high page rank and tons of incoming links are no longer sitting a top the search engine results for some terms. (They still rank quite highly.)

But more and more often there are relatively new, sometimes brand new sites, that are keyword specific that are sitting ahead of these behemoths. Most are blogs of one type or another. Google seems to have a love affair with blogs.

The tighter the focus of the blog the more likely Google is to love it. This has led to me adding blogs for each specific area of interest. For example if you are an internet marketer and blog about affiliate marketing, article marketing, private label rights products, list building and social media a single blog is probably not your best choice.

If you are in a broad niche where three years ago you could have a single blog with categories and sub-categories now you are more likely to rank better with very specific blogs. In the example above a blog for each of those topics.

More and more marketers are setting up and using topic specific blogs. They aren’t doing it because they like multiple blogs but are doing it because it works. Like Google or hate them as long as they are the 800 pound gorilla the best thing to do is to give them what they want.

Here is what I think Google wants. (I say think on purpose because I do not spend hours scouring their latest patents and trying to figure out their latest algorithm. I just observe what they serve me each time I am searching for anything.) The key is to set up your blog properly. Create some quality content (pillar posts) and build a few links to your new site.

You can enhance that easily by repurposing that content.

  • Submit to the article directories
  • Add an audio version and submit to the podcast directories
  • Convert the content into a video that can be submitted to the various video sharing sites.

The repurposing will allow you to quickly generate backlinks. These back links will allow you to have enough gravity that your blog traffic will start quickly.

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About The Author:
Mike Paetzold got started blogging in 2003 and has become an expert on using WordPress. He has become known as The WordPress Guy. For a step by step plan to get a new blog ranking and traffic check out the Sunday Night Cash Plan.

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Technorati Tags: blogs, blogging, blog traffic, Mike Paetzold

Double-Barrelled Attack To Crush Your Twitter Marketing Competition

There’s no doubt about it now – Twitter is a powerful weapon in any online marketer’s arsenal – once they’ve learned the tricks and tips to use Twitter marketing properly without spending too much time on the site. And now two resources have launched that, when put together, provide all the training, step-by-step instruction and tools you need to really crank up your Twitter marketing to pro levels fast!

The most powerful Twitter marketing system to date!

First up is The Advanced Twitter Marketing System – the hottest Twitter marketing product released to date. Smashing through the myths, limitations and outright nonsense in other Twitter guides, Doug Champigny has put together a system of using free tools to build TARGETED followers fast, and then shown how to minimize the time needed to market to them while maximizing your optins & sales resulting from your Twitter marketing activities. Beta tests by newbies and pros alike has shown repeatedly that the system gets users hundreds of targeted followers within the first week, with most seeing optins and resultant sales within the first 7-10 days – all in an hour a day max!

Testimonials for the product abound, on the Advanced Twitter Marketing System salespage itself, on various blogs, on YouTube videos, etc. Currently it’s the highest-priced Twitter guide online, but Champigny makes no apologies, pointing to the results people have acheived with it and the 60-day money-back guarantee to protect any skeptics.

The second resource is from Mike Paetzold, and it’s the perfect compliment to go with the Advanced Twitter Marketing System. Paetzold’s new Twitter Time Saver is far more than the name implies, though it does save time by automating the procedures it recommends. In actual fact, Twitter Time Saver ties together content and tweets to provide niche marketers an automated way to become an authority in any niche amongst followers on Twitter.

Of and by itself that’s powerful, but lacks the direct-marketing prowress of the Advanced Twitter Marketing System. But putting the two together lets an online marketer dominate any area of expetise and make money marketing on Twitter practically right from the get-go! While each is justifiably proud of their new product, both Champigny & Paetzold agree the symbiosis of the two is more powerful than either on it’s own – and as a result, each is full of praise for the other’s product.

There’s simply no other way to put it – to max out your list-building and earning potential from marketing on Twitter, you need both: the targeted following built using the Advanced Twitter Marketing System and the niche authority-building of Twitter Time Saver – anything less, and you’re not making what you could through your Twitter marketing.

And we both know it’s a rookie’s mistake to leave money on the table when it could be in our pockets just as easily… ;-)

Technorati Tags: Advanced Twitter Marketing, Twitter Time Saver, marketing on Twitter, Doug Champigny, Mike Paetzold, online marketing

 

 


 

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