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  1. trevorlawrence

    Hi All, I found a pretty good list on how to drive traffic to your blog. Check it out: 1. Join MyBlogLog, add friends, and join communities. 2. Sign up for Technorati and ping it when your blog content changes. 3. Use a ping service like pingomatic to ping RSS aggregators. 4. Submit your blog to all of the directories on Robin Good’s list of RSS directories. 5. Use trackbacks. 6. Leave comments on blogs in related niches. 7. Tell your friends about your blog and specific posts. 8. Put your blog URL in your forum signatures. 9. Create link bait. 10. Tell Your newsletter subscribers about your blog. 11. Write press releases for your blog. 12. Link liberally to other blogs in your posts (many bloggers check who links to them). 13. Tag your posts using Technorati tags or a tag plug-in. 14. Submit your posts to multiple social bookmarking sites using OnlyWire. 15. Use Stumbleupon to stumble your posts. 16. Answer questions on Yahoo answers with the answers on your blog. 17. Answer questions on forums related to your niche with a link to one of your blog posts that answers the question. 18. Set up a feed on MyYahoo so that Yahoo keeps better track of your blog. 19. Make lists (My Top 5…, Ten Things…, etc.). Many of the most popular blog posts are lists like this one. 20. Use pictures. Most of the top trafficed blogs use pictures in their posts. 21. Use video on your blog. 22. Find out what people want to learn about in your blog’s niche and write about it. 23. Be the first to break a news story. 24. Use keyword research to find good keywords to use in your posts. 25. Write controversial posts. 26. Strongly Agree or strongly disagree with other bloggers and write about it with a link to their post. 27. Make it easy for your readers to sign up for your RSS feed. 28. Make it easy for your readers to Digg your posts. 29. Ask your readers to submit your posts to social bookmarking sites (Digg, Reddit, etc.). 30. Interview well known people in your industry (it’s working well for me). 31. Give credit to the blogs that inspire your posts. 32. Don’t be boring. 33. Write for beginners. 34. Participate in group writing projects. 35. Participate in blog memes. 36. Create a blog meme and tag your friends. 37. Participate in blog carnivals. 38. Post at different times of the day. 39. Submit your best posts to article directories. 40. Write Killer Content. 41. Start a group blog. These tend to get more traffic, because more people are creating conent and more people are promoting it. 42. Have guest posters. 43. Create a blog meme and tag an A-list blogger who you like. 44. Submit your blog to regular web directories (like DMOZ, etc.). 45. Join SpicyPage and promote your blog on it. 46. Join a blog webring. 47. Sign up for BlogWoods and promote your blog on it. 48. Join LinkAndBlog and do link and blog challenges. 49. Submit your best posts to Netscape. 50. Exchange Ads (not blogroll links) with complementary blogs. 51. Trade blog roll links with related blogs. 52. Sign up for Rojo. Subscribe to your feed and click “add mojo” on your better articles. 53. Add a plug-in to notify users of new comments (I REALLY need to do this). 54. Make it easy for your visitors to submit your post to ALL social bookmarking sites (not just Digg). 55. Add a tell-a-friend script or plug-in to your posts. 56. Make it easy for your visitors to bookmark your page in their browser. 57. Make it easy for people to link to your blog. 58. Use easy to read fonts. 59. Use a professional looking blog design. 60. Make your blog easy to navigate. 61. Highlight your most popular posts. 62. Write posts that ask provocative questions. 63. Use questions for the title of your blog posts (you knew that was coming). 64. Use good keywords in your post titles. 65. Reply to every question you get through email. 66. Reply to every question you get on your blog. 67. E-mail other bloggers about your really good post(s) (breaking news posts). 68. Offer free stuff related to your niche (tools, ebooks, etc). 69. Run a contest. 70. Publish videos on YouTube with the URL for your site at the beginning and end of the video. 71. Install a translation plug-in or use a translation service to translate your blog into foreign languages. 72. Put Your URL on everything that goes out of your house (business cards, stationary, mailing labels, etc.). 73. Go through listible.com’s list of web 2.0 sites and promote your blog on all web 2.0 sites that apply. 74. Search for Wikis related to your niche to submit your blog to. For example, for this blog the search phrase would be “make money online wiki” or “internet marketing wiki”. 75. Give regular polls (use a poll plug-in like democracy for this). 76. Add trivia quiz pages. 77. Add ecard pages. 78. Add a forum for your visitors to discuss more on your niche. 79. Add a wiki to your blog . 80. Join Hubpages and post links to your blog from articles you write. 81. Join Blink List and make a list of blogs with your blog in it. 82. Join 43 Things and write a list of 43 things you want to achieve (include your blog url in the list). 83. Join Blogger Party (and/or other free blog systems). Then write posts that link back to your blog. 84. Make a Squidoo lens (or more than one) with a link to your blog. 85. Provide Wikipedia articles with links to your blog where it makes sense. 86. Tell people you will link back to them if they review your blog (like John Chow). 87. Join Blog Catalog (kind of like MyBlogLog). 88. Create a MySpace Page. Put your blog on it, and get some friends. 89. Use SEO (Search Engine Optimization). 90. Use good grammar. People will be happy with your writing. 91. Submit your blog to directories in your niche. 92. Email or Instant message your friends to Digg, stumbelupon, etc. your post. 93. Link to your blog from other websites and blogs you own. 94. Write a post about the top x bloggers in your niche or state or country, etc. Then tell them about, so they will want to link back to you. 95. Promote your posts on related newsgroups. 96. Post frequently. 97. Submit your site to free website review sites like coolsiteoftheday. 98. Search for .edu sites with link pages, forums, directories, and wikis to submit your link to. 99. Give out blogging awards and tell the bloggers you are giving the awards to about it. 100. Pray. (That’s just always good advice)... 101. Make a 101 list. I hope this would help!! Thanks, Trevor.
  2. trevorlawrence

    The Meta Keywords, Description and Robots tag — Google used description copy to market your site in its results, treat this as optimized sales copy. Make sure your sitemap.xml page is CONSTANTLY called up to the search engines The Title Tag – The MOST important aspect of on-page SEO, just take our word for it. The Body Text (focus on the body text in bold, for this denotes strong emphasis to the search engines) The first sentence in the body text and the first words used per sentence are the most important ones for advanced on-page SEO necessities (Make it humanly readable and SE readable — The words used in the first sentence are most important due to the implementation of Google’s LSI algorithm) The URL — The subdirectory folder and page of content should be SEO’d. The H1 and H2 Texts are highly important – Why? They show the search engine the main subjects and Table of Contents for the content to be indexed. Make these keyword friendly and reflective of your page’s title tag. Same Site Link Texts — The links connecting the pages of your site together must have your targeted keyword terms in them as well as all links throughout the site — even though it seems excessive, having variations to your targetted keywords would also help when linking out to other pages within your site. Same-Site Link URLs — Not only should you be using your keywords to describe pages within your site, those URLs you link to must have SEO URLs Outbound Link Text — Resources you link to must be SEO’d – If you are an internet marketing site and are linking to an email marketing company (email marketing software in this instance), you would use “Put your internet marketing on auto-pilot and use the best tool for internet marketers today – internet marketing email software. Then just use other variants to internet marketing. IMG Alt Tags — Your images should be described via ALT Tags with the keywords you are optimizing for – If your image is hosted on your web-host, the file name of the images should also be SEO’d — If you have an image about polar bears have it be polar-bear.jpg in your images folder. Keyword Density — 8% is excellent and doesn’t seem spammy, if you have a 500 word article, then 40 of those words should have variances of the search term you are targeting, if this seems excessive, lower the keyword density down to 5% and you will only need to add 25 variances/instances of your keyword. And that’s just a start… (Keyword prominence is big, but not worth a discussion). Lastly and surprisingly, Your HTML comments should have your SEO terms in them (!!) — As a question to the relevancy this has to your ranking, I am unsure, but most of the large sites have html comments connected to their search terms. If you end up doing an analysis of your on-page content, you can find out if the high ranked sites for your keyword use HTML comments tagged to the keyword(s) being targeted.
  3. trevorlawrence

    I have been trading Forex Hedge Fund EA on two live accounts with Alpari UK since the beginning of Novemeber. One small account with aggressive settings and a larger account with moderate settings. I only use pairs like on EURUSD, USDJPY and EURJPY. On average the small, aggressive settings, account grew at a rate of 40% a week (multiplication by 1.40 each week!) and the account with the moderate settings at a rate of 18% per week! Only once a trade did hit stop loss. 90% of the trades have been closed profitable so far. I'm very happy with Forex Hedge Fund EA and hope to be able to sustain the growth rate I'm encountering at the moment. As the money management makes sure the growth is compounding the increase of the account is quite staggering. I still can't believe it.
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