We recently took a look of the top 10 free WordPress plugins, taking just a moment to have a brief overview of each. For the next 10 weeks, starting today, we are going to delve a little deeper into each of those on the list so that you will have a full understanding of just how powerful these tools are and what they can do for your blog.
Traffic is the drive that makes the blogging world go round. It is vital to your making real money with your blogging, and the key to your success online. Advertising to gain traffic can quickly become expensive, however, as can outsourcing for your content needs. You do what you need to do in order to make it work, of course, but you owe it to yourself to utilize the valuable free tools that are out there, particularly if you’re operating on a limited budget. So without further ado, take a look at 2012’s top free traffic builders:
I really have lost count of the times someone has told me that despite their SEO efforts their website or blog still cannot be found when various words and phrases are searched for on the internet. They then come to the conclusion that SEO is just not worth the time and effort and simply give up.
Well, let me tell you now, SEO definitely does work and it is just a case of putting the effort in to see the results that you crave for.
I have noticed more and more discussion lately regarding different methods of getting visitors to a website with two of the most popular methods being search engine optimisation and forum posting. There are of course other methods but these two seem to be getting the most attention.
I am getting so many emails at the moment asking me which one I would recommend so I thought I would take some time to give my opinion on the subject.