Driving Traffic Through Squidoo

ChaChing!!! Last month my blogs earned me more than $5,000. Everyone has been asking me “How can I make that kind of scratch writing a bunch of B_LL SH_T on the World Wide Web?” HAHAEURIt aint so easy but folks, it sure is fun. And I am more than happy to share with you the blogger’s do’s and don’ts.

Here’s my website also typically manage the pages in a highly categorised way. This means that it is easy for visitors to read the latest ‘posts’ and for search engines to keep track of all of the content on the blog. Tools such as Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds help to make sure that readers can easily keep track of your latest posts, which is really good for keeping up traffic.

It is important to first determine what you actually need online: do you have your own business or are you planning on starting one? Or are you just looking to advertise online? Maybe you are interested in an online blog site instead, where you can write about your daily life in magazine or diary form?

Be sure lifestyle blogs to identify the hotspots of your blog. Hotspots are the places that tend to be the most visible on your blog. What you have in these areas depends on your layout and your reader’s reading habits. You could use the space for various incentives, such as reminders for subscribing, advertising, or even premium content.

I did what I was taught by my upline, I did the three foot rule. I would be friendly, always make sure I looked decent and my kids were clean even if it’s just a trip to the store a few blocks away. Sometimes we would even walk just in case I met up with any neighbors… or strangers (I’d talk to anyone).

If you face the same problems as I do, I have some solutions for you. Instead of picking a specific time to write, choose the alternative – set a goal for yourself. Write 1,000 per day, or an hour (even if it’s not consecutive). This way you can write in whatever free time you have.

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