Tonight I watched the movie Captain Ron again (for about the 10th time in the last 12 months) — and let my daughter Chelsea watch it for the first time. I decided the story made up for the language and the slightly inappropriate shower scene. Partly because Chelsea’s now 14, and partly because the shower scene is just darn good comedy.
I have tried this approach with one of my websites. I was trying to drive visitors to a site selling a couple of products in a very competitive niche. I decided to pretty much forget search engine ranking optimization because in a so crowded niche I didn’t want to depend on search engines for traffic.
Include links to sources that you referenced when possible. This keeps your my blog credible. It also allows your readers to explore other views of the topic of which you are talking about. If you show them an interesting site through a link, they could keep coming back to yours since you are showing them relevant, interesting information.
Twitteriffic: This Twitter app features a built-in browser that lets you follow tweeted links without leaving the application. Users can post tweets to their account, view other tweets from contacts and update a location. There’s a free (ad-supported) version as well as a paid version.
Describe your images with the use of the alt tag. This will help search engines that index images to find your pages and will also help readers who use text only web browsers.
We are a family of six ,I am the youngest . We lived in a small thatched hut made of mud that had a size of an average living room . There was no electricity and gas facility in the camps.
And the best thing about this content-based method is that you build trust. If you ask them, many of your visitors will become subscribers, so that it is easy to build a mailing list. And this is an asset you want always have, especially if you want your business to not depend on Google, or any other search engine.