Having a policy like requiring blog registration prior to posting comments can reduce your blog to a one-way web publishing medium.
While not as extreme as banning blog comments altogether, it can severely reduce the number of comments you receive in your posts.
Let’s face it, we already deal with a multitude of usernames and passwords, and blogs are designed to be an easy communication platform to set up, publish to and for readers to access.
By adding additional layers of registration, and requiring users to login each time they’d like to comment, you’re increasing (more…)
Keywords are essential for all aspects of online marketing.
- If you’re a blogger, you want to optimize your post titles and/or categories to include keywords so you can be found easily.
- If you’re an affiliate marketer, the optimal keywords will help you target your paid ad to a searcher’s preferences.
- If you’re an Internet surfer, type the right keywords into the search engine will ensure that you will find relevant information.
- If you’re a product creator, you might like to create niche websites based around high value keywords.
A whole industry has sprung up around providing these keywords.
You have expensive software, with costs running into the hundreds as a norm, rather than an exception.
You have web-based services providing keywords for a monthly subscription.
But how would you like to harvest keywords in your sleep? (more…)