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    Any Fresh Strategy to Increase Blog Traffics?

    Hello, may i know any other newly launched program or site that allow us to boost up our blog traffics?

    i have used social networking site like friendster and facebook, social bookmarking like stumbleupon, digg, diigo but seems like traffic come not consistently..

    any url submission site like iwebtool?? may i know iwebtool ok o not??just wan get some opinion here..

    how bout video marketing like youtube??is it a good try or not?

    i got drop entrecard consistently previosly and i works fine too but the problem is it give the higher bounce rate which may give an unhealthy traffic...
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    Any fresh strategy to increase blog traffic? How about beating Wikipedia? Do you want to beat Wikipedia? Do you want to rank ahead of Wikipedia's No. 8 on the Alexa ranking? Then read How Any Blogger Can Beat Wikipedia. In that article, Internet Mahaguru Gobala Krishnan offers 5 simple way any blogger can beat Wikipedia. You will never find another guru who dares to stake his reputation on this one promise, never ever except in Bolehland!

    Gobala's latest product is Super Affiliate Blogger. The video in that page begins with "How Any Blogger Can Beat Wikipedia." The product cost only US$97! It's a steal if you can rank at least No. 7 on the Alexa ranking, isn't it? Just imagine how much your blog will be worth if Microsoft is prepared to offer Yahoo! US$44.6 billion. Assuming that even if your blog is only worth US$500,000 with an Alexa ranking of 7 (obviously, it can't be that cheap), don't you think US$97 is a good deal?

    So I decided to ask more about the Super Affiliate Blogger product at Gobala's InternetMillionaires.com forum. The answers from Nekonron, Gobala's forum administrator: "I think you're getting mixed up between the content of the sales letter and the sample blog content shown in the themes screenshots," and "I don't see or hear Gobala promising that you can beat Wikipedia." (I haven't met Nekonron but I think he is blind.)

    So remember! It's just a sample blog. The blog that says, "So hereís Gobala Krishnanís 5-step process to beating Wikipedia:"
    1) Improve your writing style
    2) Become more opinionated
    3) Stay current and relevant
    4) Perfect your personal brand
    5) Donít put all your eggs in SEO
    "is just sample content that happens to be there in our test blog for ages". In effect, the InternetMillionaire.com forum administrator is saying that the statement, ""So hereís Gobala Krishnanís 5-step process to beating Wikipedia..." written by Gobala himself is utter rubbish, that Gobala publishes things on the internet that is not necessarily true but "sometimes" merely for testing purposes, testing what, God knows! And you have so many suckers quoting him: Articles and Info, Boonjo.com, Marketersite.com, etc etc. And if you insist on quoting Gobala's articles, at the end of the day, you may well realize that "It's just [another] test blog!"

    And don't bother to ask InternetMillionaire.com about beating Wikipedia anymore. They get irritated and they will block you from further questions if you insist, just as they have blocked me, LOL. Anyway, no loss. You can hardly get any response from that forum, anyway, if your question don't affect their pocket. After all, it's just another money-making outfit.

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    I'm not sure that's a fresh tactic to increase traffic. Making extraordinary but essentially baseless claims is as old as marketing itself. Since the first man padded out his loincloth with leaves, people have been persuaded to part with their treasure in exchange for a disappointment long before they've finished thinking.

    The old leaves trick never worked for me, but then, it is an old and well-known trick. And I look terrible in a loincloth anyway. But the Internet is still relatively new to most of its users, so you may be able to make a quick fortune from something that may not work as well in a more traditional setting.

    Am I advocating lying for personal gain? Well, yes I am in a way. In the absence of regulation, if you don't do it someone else will. As Lillian Too might say "If it leads to a happy life - why not?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanie View Post
    Am I advocating lying for personal gain? Well, yes I am in a way. In the absence of regulation, if you don't do it someone else will. As Lillian Too might say "If it leads to a happy life - why not?"
    Well, I am having problems with that philosophy, whether it be Lillian Too or Bill Gates who said that. Lillian Too, who is that? A feng shui expert? Hehehe. The power of marketing works wonders!

    Trapping my visitors in landing pages and exit pages to "encourage" them to buy something that they may regret later just isn't my cup of tea. It's no different from trapping people in back alleys and then trying to rob them. The only difference is that you can get away because there is no regulation, as you say. I don't mind robbing the bank, but I won't want to rob someone who is hoping to make some pocket money because he is dire straits. When you are down to your last penny, RM100 is like a million dollars! That's why I haven't got myself deeply involved in affiliate marketing, other than displaying Google Adsense, advertlets, and Amazon.com ads.

    Fortunately, I started writing because I like writing. I started Ensiklokamus Teknologi Maklumat because I love bahasa Melayu. I have written quite a lot for Wikipedia bahasa Melayu so far. Now I am a certified bahasa Melayu translator with Institut Terjemahan Negara Malaysia (ITNM), hehehe. I started Dummipedia because I also like to write in English and also I like Wikipedia. And if nothing else happens and I can't monetize my website, so what? After all, it's just RM10 per month for a website, hehehe. What a cheap price for a hobby!

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    one thing for sure is never trust url submission site..

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    Quote Originally Posted by serre86 View Post
    one thing for sure is never trust url submission site..
    Hi Serre86, can you elaborate?

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    You can't trust url submission since you want short term result. i knew you're good on video marketing but to be honest if you plagiarism other video and keep re upload it. Then after 1 year you will tired doing something that has no value in the future. You can try video marketing but please use your own video.. How to create your own video? Come on man, you have a hphone with a camera, laptop with webcam.

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    try to check the disclaimer at url submission site. all of them cannot guarantee that our website will get good exposure. i used to search for the best url sbmssn site.but before i joined i searched for reviews from previous users. not even one really satisfy with the service.for me, url submission is just the same as email marketing service that claim to send thousands of emails to targeted lead.

    until now i've never heard of any professional online marketer suggest for url submission site. this is not the case if it is good.

    surfaddict, i don't use video marketing. that is just my suggestion. if you find any reliable submssn site please let me know..
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    So far, I am damned bloody cheapskate. I use free url submission so I lose nothing even if they do nothing, hehehe. Anyway, many websites warned that those services that guarantees you thousands of visitors are scams. In fact, these services have plenty of bogus websites which they make use of to give you backlinks and automated visits.

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    Ad Surf Daily (ASD) is presently offering free promotion up to three websites for free members. It is an advertising social network where advetisers are rewarded if they particpate in viewing other ASD advertisers websites for just 6 minutes a day.

    ASD's strategy is to build a huge business-based ad network fast and that is why they pay people to advertise and participate. You do not need to pay any membership fees, unless you want to earn higher rates of commission. ASD currently has a site ranking of 24,333. Take a look at this website to see if it suits your purpose.

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    You could always try some old strategies. The search engines pour enormous resources into keeping lame websites off the front pages of search results. The better the sites on the front page of the search results, the more people will use the search engine, and the more money they'll make from advertising. Forcing an ultimately valueless website onto a search engine's front page might be profitable in the short term, but longer-term success depends on your site's value in the eyes of its visitors.

    The choice must be between speculation and building. Speculators will be attracted to the word 'millionaire', the colour orange and 4-sided shapes. They'll also visit google zeitgeist, google trends and alexa a lot. Builders only care about the word 'content' and like the colour green, and 3-sided shapes. They'll be downloading content creation tools like inkscape, the GIMP, blender, ImageMagick and mplayer, reading a lot, practising their critical skills too, maybe even attending evening classes and workshops.

    I hope that helps. I'm sorry about the shapes and colours, I made that up. I'm dying of 'man flu' today, so less coherent than usual.

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    Thanks, Seanie, for sharing. Actually, I feel we need a mix of everything, with content being the mainstay. Even the best product in the world still needs marketing. Read The Mousetrap Fallacy.

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    Interesting article E, enjoyed reading about Emerson at wikipedia too, had never heard of him before. Do you add these references to dummipedia while you're posting to WMM? I didn't mean to present the choice as 'one of two' - you're right, of course, both product and marketing are essential. I've seen many people moaning about Malaysia's Internet connection to the rest of the world, and how it has to be better because the content is in the rest of the world, not in Malaysia. There is of course another answer to this problem: make content (or better proxies!).

    I was hoping there would be something useful in the zeitgeist, trends, alexa suggestions, content-wise. I have never used any url submission sites, I prefer to do some of those kinds of things myself, so I know exactly what's going on. As I recall, it took several weeks for search engine submissions to have any great effect on ranking, last time I went through it. Some of the b2b sites can have a great effect on ranking. 88db seemed to boost one of our sites up quite a bit, and sulekhab2b seems to have a submission genie working for them - the number of incoming links rose dramatically after listing there.

    Maybe b2b sites aren't appropriate to blogs, what would the equivalent be?

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    Hi Seanie, actually I haven't been updating my websites actively these past few months because of health problems. Waiting for my health to improve, hehehe. I used to write 10-15 hours a day.

    Blogging is something I started only very recently to voice my own opinions. As you know, Dummipedia is a summary of Wikipedia, while Teknologi Maklumat is now a translation of the summary at Dummipedia, hehehe. So no chance to talk cock there.

    Yeah, I hear so much complaints about Malaysia's Internet connection to the rest of the world. But for me, I am always wondering why my Dummipedia that is hosted in America has less problems to access and often much more quicker than my Ensiklokamus that is hosted in Malaysia. I seem to be having a lot of technical problems with Ensiklokamus. Now, I can't even access my system files to edit the <br>Dasar Privasi that you mentioned. I have asked my webhost about the problem but they said they could access it and it's probably because I blocked my cookies. I disabled all my anti-spyware software and clear all blocks, but the problem still persist. I then check my Dummipedia system files but found that I could access and edit them easily! Now, I have to get back to them again, and maybe they will scold me for being so troublesome, hehehe.

    Beware of paid url submission sites because I heard most of them are not genuine. But there are many free url submission sites. I have submitted to quite a few, but I don't see much results yet, LOL. So far, 88db is the most effective for me.

    For blogs, Stumble! is really great for me! And there are many others like Technocrati and Digg (and probably Blink, Del.cio.us, Furl, Simpy, and Spurl which I have yet to try.) Writing in Malay is a big handicap because you cannot do a lot of things. Even such a big company like Google rejects bahasa Malaysia for AdSense.

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    Even such a big company like Google rejects bahasa Malaysia for AdSense.
    Which I guess means there's an opportunity for a local AdSense-like company to setup, but perhaps more importantly, that if Google considers it 'not worth it', it's probably really not worth it. For Bahasa Malaysia content, that's going to be a nail in the coffin. You must be the expert (on WMM!) on this - is there any gov or charitable funding available for BM content?

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