Wednesday, May 30, 2012

How I got over 80,000 clicks to one blog post

I love getting traffic to my blog. After all without traffic my blog is an empty shop window – and not making any sales! I’ll be honest, I’m a little addicted to checking my stats and love watching my traffic increase. In fact if you could ask me at any one moment I will be able to tell you how many visitors I have each day.

Today I checked out my stat’s from Stumble Upon which is currently one of the top referral sites for me. As you can see I’ve received a massive 4370803 clicks – just from Stumble Upon alone. In fact in the last month you can see a breakdown of how much traffic Stumble Upon has sent me.

Monday, May 21, 2012

Internet Marketing Blog – 3 Tips To Supercharge Your Blog For Higher Profits

Stop thinking about making money every single second of your time. You see I know for a fact that most people who have an Internet marketing blog actually markets lots and lots of stuff on their blog.
This is going in the opposite direction of getting profitability. If you feel that things aren’t going in the direction you want to go in terms of your bank account, read on.

Tip 1: Looks Like You Need To Blog Like A Real Person

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Google Penguin Update Means No SEO?

White Hat SEO is the soul of search engines. Search Engines need SEO equally as your websites need it


We had posted an infographic earlier this month which referred to the words Matt Cutts’ (Head of Google webspam team) where he had mentioned that the Google Penguin update is not targeted on SEO but on webspam. However, with many of the webmasters Googled-SEOout there who thought they were doing white hat and safe SEO got their websites penalized by the penguin update. This has created a general panic among all whether it is safe to use any SEO strategies again? Now I emphasis the word “THOUGHT”. They just THOUGHT that they were doing white hat SEO. More than half of all the SEO works done today across the planet is outsourced to freelancers and novice SEO firms who doesn’t understand the search engine algorithms but just focus on building as many anchor text links as possible. They convince their clients that they are performing safe SEO while they themselves are not sure about that. The result, penguin doesn’t make the mistake of ignoring your website. While I was creating this infographic using all the comments and reactions from webmasters after the penguin update, it was clear to me that most of the frustrated webmasters  just THOUGHT they were doing safe SEO, while in reality they were unintentionally spamming the web.

Without SEO, no website would highlight in the search results and would eventually be hidden for eternity. Say “YES” to whitehat SEO and don’t just THINK it is white hat, instead “MAKE SURE!”

By : Submitinme 

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Google Penguin Update: How did the public react [Infographic]

See real comments from the public (mostly from webmasters) about the penguin aka webspam update

Google Penguin Infographic

Google penguin update has already hit many websites out there. In fact 67% of the webmasters are already frustrated about this update. I made this presentation to voice out the public’s view about the webspam update. Google, are you listening to this? People have already started to think of using alternate search engines. 

"Please make the algorithm intelligent or simply revert back the changes done!" 

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Google Penguin Update : 5 Types of Link Issues Harming Some Affected Websites

Are you angry and looking for answers about why your rankings vanished after Google released its Penguin update? One common factor thus far appears to be the signals of links that are pointing to your website, early analysis indicates. 

The main purpose of the Penguin update is to put a deep freeze on web spam in Google's search results. By extension, a big piece of that web spam appears to be links from low-quality networks.


Natural Links


Before we get into the new findings, first it’s important to understand a bit about Google and links.
Above all, Google considers links as editorial "votes". So, theoretically, the sites that receive the most votes should rank higher on Google because more people find them valuable.