How to Build a High-Traffic Blog Without Killing Yourself (Video)

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Tim Ferriss talks about:

  • Why I blog
  • How I blog and select best practices
  • Frequency and tools — best times and days to post
  • Blogging myths and how to harness data for better results
  • Testing design and surprising findings that can be copied
  • How I address comments and community building
  • How I write and research for good social media response
  • 20 minutes of audience Q&A on Twitter, branding, outsourcing, and much more

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Part 3 – Page Rank and Inbound Links

This is part three of a series on Google Page Rank. You can start here.

Inbound or back linking is the most talked about aspect of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and has a material effect on your Page Rank. As we discussed earlier, your PR can only be maximized in one of two ways, firstly by correctly structuring your internal links to the new and increasing quality content and secondly getting people with PR to share their vote with you by linking.

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Social Bookmarking A Lengthy Subject

I just realized a mistake I have been making with social bookmarking sites. I thought that bookmarking was just for the few clicks you get from posting there. It is like watching traffic from a window, you only have a few chances for people to see you. Caroline Middlebrook pointed out that link goodness can be found from these sites. BUT they have to be Dofollow bookmarking sites:

dofollow bookmarking Social Bookmarking A Lengthy Subject

So she  has kindly listed the dofollow social bookmarking sites that you need to get your posts onto.

I suggest you read carefully her numerous posts on social bookmarking. It will give you a good perspective on this area of traffic growth.

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