Posts Tagged ‘michelle-macphearson’
Social Marketer Michelle MacPhearson probably best known for the Badder Adder MySpace friend adder has tagged me in this link carousel which originated from Alex from howtospoter.com.
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Reciprocal Review Carousel idea is based on a few simple yet effective link-building and blogging techniques I have learned:
- Build value of the blog by creating a helpful link from within content.
- Provide value to community by doing a review on a blog you personally like.
- Link to YOUR blog has exact anchor text you want and helps you boost Google Rankings.
- No more than 30 outbound links from any page to prevent penalties for link farming.
- Viral effect of the link Ã¢â‚¬â€œ as more bloggers participate, link to your blog with YOUR anchor text, coming from quality content post will spread.
Here is How to participate:
- Copy the entire text between the specified lines.
- Create a post on your site and put at least one paragraph explaining how you joined the Reciprocal Review Carousel.
- Paste the text you copied into your post.
- Remove the Bottom Review and At the Top add your own review with a link to a site reviewed, at least 2 sentences about the site and a note Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Reviewed by: Your Anchor Text. Link your anchor text to your site. Here is an example:
WordPress Web 2.0 Guide is a blog providing very useful information on building your very own Web 2.0 portal based on WordPress. Detailed instructions and howto guides make it possible for anyone to create a sparkling and engaging blog and join the community of like-minded individuals. Reviewed by: WordPress Web 2.0 Spot-er
- Carsten Cumbrowski has one of the more exotic backgrounds among Internet Marketers, having moved to California from Berlin, Germany. Having a solid background in SAP ERP software, Carsten is one of the heavyweights in the CPA Marketing/Search Engine Optimization industry, as a blogger over at Revenews.com and is an editor at the SearchEngineJournal. His personal blog, Cumbrowski.com, comprehensively covers Internet Marketing, Affiliate Marketing, SEM/PPC and Web Development. Carsten also maintains a comprehensive list of podcasts and has promised to add my “Friday Podcast” to his listing (once I figure out how to syndicate my content effectively). Carsten is also headed for Affiliate Summit East in Miami and I’m sure he’ll propagate this carnival once he gets a chance.
- Andrew Wee writes and podcasts about affiliate marketing at WhoIsAndrewWee.com. HeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s an absolute pro at keeping up with tech trends (and how to make moolah from them) as well as getting noticed FAST in the marketing/blogging world . HeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s one to watch and follow by example. Reviewed by: Michelle MacPhearson, who likes teaching knuckleheads about Social Marketing Online.
- Peter Lenkefi writes about Web 2.0 marketing strategies at Web2Center.com. He has some killer videos over there you should check out along with a ton of good information on blog marketing and various Ã¢â‚¬Å“new mediaÃ¢â‚¬Â promotion tactics. Reviewed by: Link Building Maniac, Jack Humphrey, for the Friday Traffic Report
- Andy-Coates.com is an original creator of Viralink concept and a blog publishing information on Magic, Personal development and blog development. I have found a wealth of information on getting your blog noticed and generating the traffic for free. Reviewed by: WordPress Web 2.0 Guide
- FitForFreedom is well-established blog where you can find multitude of information on achieving financial freedom. Blog is run by Marco Righter and his writing style greatly adds to the value of information he provides. Reviewed by: Alex
- Secure Your PC For Internet blog run by Colin and provides essential information everyone accessing internet should know. Identity theft is becoming more and more of an issue and by visiting his blog you can minimize the risk of being compromised. Reviewed by: Alex
- VI-SU blog is all about WordPress, AdSense, SEO and Internet Marketing. Although mostly written in German I have found that using (more…)
I was tagged by PepperJam Head Honcho Kris Jones as part of the “What Magazines Do You Read?” (and have a titbit for niche researching Internet Marketers).
I don’t read many magazines, reading most of my content and feature content online.
Besides reading the print edition of Singapore’s major English daily, The Straits Times, which comes with weekly tech, fashion and lifestyle “magazines”, on the rare occasion, I check out:
- Revenue (I read the online digital edition when I can)
- Skymall catalogue found on most domestic flights
- Tabloids like US, People
Tabloids and rag mags are a good opportunity to (more…)
When it rains, it pours. I got tagged twice today with this meme making the rounds by PlanetAndrea and CasThompson.
Like a game of ‘Pass the Message’ which you play in a big group, depending on who you check out, the meme is known as:
At first look, it seems like Shoemoney and DaveN are on to the right thing. Then again, it could mean that DaveN is good at following formats after being tagged by the Shoemeister.
So this freeform means you have the right to rename the meme (Master Rename Rights so to speak).
Instructions: (Especially for those I’m tagging)
From what I gather, you are supposed to:
- Disclose 5 personal things about yourself
- Tag another 5
victims friends to pass this labor of love to.
Here’s my (more…)
Here’s a roundup of insightful posts:
Shoemoney put out a tasty post and buzzed industry contacts with the hypothetical “Would you hire Matt Cutts? If you had to come up with a dollar figure to offer him what would it be? What would his job title and job description be?”
A number of informative and insightful responses from the likes of Kris Jones (CEO PepperJamSearch), Patrick Gavin (CEO Text Link Ads), Greg Hartnett (Best Of The Web), Christine Kim, Rand Fishkin (Owner SEOMOZ), Jason Calacanis (Former CEO Weblogs INC & AOL Exec), Neil Patel – CEO ACS Web Consulting, Danny Sullivan, Aaron Wall – SEOBook
Here’s the link: Would You Hire Matt Cutts?
Robyn Tippins looks at the backlash from the bloggers perspective from the proposed acquistion of Performancing’s assets by PayPerPost (as mentioned earlier PerPerPost Acquires Performancing Assets). The PPP and Performancing deal nixed? Good thing or bad thing?
Here’s the link: Pay Per Post and Performancing Deal Nixed
Has Click Fraud been blown out of proportion? Jon F gives his perspective and gives his fix to the solution. The fact that he filed his post under “Industry Bullshit” will give an indication of his straight up, in your face perspective on the issue. (I’m looking forward to checking out his session together with Shoemoney at Affiliate Summit West)
Here’s the link: Click Fraud – The Overrated Internet Killer
Social Marketer Michelle MacPhearson is back. Having given birth to a beautiful son, Colum, expect more social traffic tips from Michelle this year. I learned quite a bit from her about social traffic generation last year and will be expecting more good things from her this year.
Here’s the link: 1 Day Old
I didn’t realize a meme might be this fun.
Quite a number of my 9rules compatriots have taken part in the meme project and we have a nice discussion going on on Michael’s blog.
Read the post to find out why you might be seeing “a lot of dead blogs” in June. And whether you agree or disagree, leave a comment on the post.
Michael is a community leader for the 9rules Anime Community and knows just about everything when it comes to Japanese Animation. Michael is pretty ace when it comes to blogging and swung for the fences in coming up with his post.
Is all well in technorati-land? Check out Michael’s post and take note of the conversation in the comments. (more…)
[This post is my entry for Darren Rowse’s ProBlogger Group Writing Project – Reviews and Predictions]
2006 was an interesting time for me as I plunged into Internet Marketing.
Although I didn’t have a clear idea in the beginning, it was very clear that the path of least resistance would be to go with blogging.
In the course of the last 5 months, I’ve had a series of interesting experiences and the questions I’ve dealt with appear to be common with all new bloggers, whether the questions originate from a blog, a forum, a blog network or a social networking site.
Here’s 2006 in retrospective in a FAQ format with money making tips and 7 Reality Checks for bloggers and internet marketers.
- Blogging Reality Check 1: Making Money from Blogging is Evil
I’m not sure of the intent of this often heard objection.
I guess some might have ‘pure/purist intentions’ and expect that blogging is some form of ‘cathartic release’ for heavy/philosophical/ponderous thinking.
I see blogging as a form of personal journalism. And (more…)