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Sunday Chatter – 9/28

September 28th, 2008 posted by · 1 Comment

20 Ways to Build Links to Your Blog

Building backlinks to your site is something I’ve talked about a lot over the last couple of months. Not only does it help bring you traffic, but your Google search engine ranking is increased dramatically, not to mention your blog’s authority. The University Kid compiled a list of 20 ways on how you can do this.

How to Grow a Blog with StumbleUpon

StumbleUpon is great for instant, temporary traffic if you’re looking to put your new blog on the map from the start. Creating relationships with other StumbleUpon users can greatly benefit you when you’re looking to get an article “stumbled”. Check out how to grow your blog using StumbleUpon.

Target More Visitors with Local Content

Getting involved in your local geographic niche can be an extremely wise decision. Many visitors love the idea of coming back to a site where they feel a personal connection with a localized blogger. Such sites have proven to bring back significant amounts of returning visitors looking for information on local events, news and other tidbits. Perhaps this would be a great time for you to take on another project and consider going local.

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  1. Codrut Turcanu - (Start a Blog) MyAvatars 0.2

    You said it right – “temporary traffic”. I never had any success with StumbleUpon. These folks stay less than 90 seconds on my blogs, I’ll have to do more testings and drive all the traffic to a landing page and see if anybody join in the “elist” 🙂