Domain Name Savings! Your November 2012 Promo Code for Domain Savings

It’s about to be over. The presidential election of 2012 has many Americans wanting to move to the moon, or wherever we won’t be inundated with ridiculous domain name promo codecampaign commercials. “Did you know that Romney eats kittens?” “Are you aware that Obama is a Socialist zombie baby sniffer?” We all know too much about two dudes who are as human as the rest of us. We realized this mortality with the massive “Frankenstorm” called Sandy that ripped into our upper east side and took down trees, buildings and, sadly, lives.

But nearing the end of the election, and seeing how we’re all the same, vulnerable creatures, has us talking about UNITY. Your promo code for November 2012 is just that,UNITY, and if we can come together on anything, it’s that saving a little money is a good thing. That, and there’s really nothing as important as being safe and healthy. So buy or renew a COM/NET for just $10.25, or don’t. Maybe it’s a better time to play with the kids or go makeout with your significant other….or…OR…reach out to someone with whom you have disagreed and come together. Get all that done and we’ll be here with domain name savings and, of course, the world’s greatest customer support.

Some other deals to keep in mind are: .ME for 7.99, .EU for 5.99, .BIZ for 5.99, .US for 3.99, .CO.UK for 9.49 and, when you buy any extension, .ORG is just 5.99.

Halloween Costumes 2012: The Namers Dress as the nTLDs (New TLDs)

With anything we do we need focus, so Nic and Nick, in compliance and web dev, respectively, came up with the theme for our 2012 Halloween Contest: Dress up Halloween, costumes, "new TLDs", ntlds, "the new dots", domains, office, contestlike the nTLDs, or the New Dots as we call them here in the office. Turns out with as many as the new domain extensions that have been made public, there’s a lot of opportunity for creativity. Yes, we would have someone honor .WANG and .PORN. But we’ll only show you his backside, as even though it’s Halloween, we still don’t thing you deserved to be that frightened.

In no particular order, but with the greatest pride, we bring you our nTLD costumes.

Representing .MONSTER, heres Dave McBreen…rawr!

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Not to be outdone, here’s his brother, Scott, as .WINES…

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And always creative and popular with the boys, Shannon goes for the trifecta with .VIDEO, .GAME and .BOX

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Pat “P-Mo” Moroney blossoms with .FLOWERS

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Ashley is selfless as usual, dressed up as .YOU (also .YOGA) (with the reflection on my head you can see infinity)

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Sean reminds people everywhere what .HIP is

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Nic sets the bar as .LEGO

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Chani looks like heaven but she’s actually .RUN because you do NOT want to mess with a Weeping Angel on Dr. Who…

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Nick instills in us .FAITH and .LDS

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Pat “P-Fro” Ramsey is a .DOCTOR and recommends at least a beer a day…

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Cedar graces us with .PINK

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John scores major points for wearing the least appropriate (dude, there’s a front on this too) costume in a workplace by being .SKI, .PORN, .MINI, .WANG, .BEER and awesome all in one.

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Parker serves up his Colorado Buffaloes Ralphie mascot, while highlighting the importance of .PET and .UNIVERSITY

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Dave “Fitz” Fitzgerald is a .RODEO .STAR (his rope reportedly borrowed by .LEGO and not returned)

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YET NO ONE COULD COMPETE WITH CEDAR’S .BABY

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Little Delia Rose rocks the Ladybug. AND THE WINNER IS…

These Domains should Frighten up some Profits: Halloween and Horror Website Names

All of the following domain names available exclusively at name.com.

Domain Name,Price

zombieslaying.com,2999

magicpalace.net,1999available halloween horror zombie domain names

zombiesmovies.com,1999

vampiresmovies.com,1999

realdemon.com,1999

ideasforcostumes.com,1999

obviouszombie.com,1999

clowncostumes.net,1999

halloweenmovies.net,1999

tinyaliens.com,1799

juegosdehalloween.com,1799

magicplots.com,999

magicexplained.com,999

halloweencostumesforcheap.com,999

halloweenhorrorfest.com,999

dirtyhalloweencostumes.com,999

halloweentheater.com,999

magicalpowders.com,999

scarytime.com,999

clevelandhauntedtours.com,999

costumestoyou.com,999

aliengift.com,999

ghostvideos.net,999

costumesheadtotoe.com,999

horrormovies.tv,999

evilghost.com,999

adulthalloweencostumess.com,999

demonevolution.com,999

halloweencostume.so,999

monstervideos.net,999

phantomvoice.net,999

halloweenbootiquestore.com,999

designerpumpkins.com,999

zombiearcade.com,999

spookily.com,999

unmasks.com,999

ghoststories.tv,999

halloweenlayouts.net,899

interstateparanormal.com,899

vampirecounts.com,899

tentaclemonsters.com,899

zombietube.com,899

witchcraft.tv,899

voodoohorrors.com,899

hauntedhalloweengames.com,799

revealedmagic.com,799

gothicwitches.com,799

pumpkinstudios.com,799

demonsville.com,799

spookyshop.com,799

beautycostume.com,799

costumescorner.com,799

ghostfigure.com,799

magicuniverse.net,799

pumpkincenter.net,799

vampireritual.com,799

webvampires.com,799

monsterous.org,799

ghostcycles.com,799

alienflix.com,799

aliensonearth.net,799

alienstory.com,799

bookghost.com,799

costumeshowcase.com,799

craftymagic.com,799

bettercostume.com,799

thehauntedyard.com,799

aliengardens.com,799

alienhorror.com,799

alienpassion.com,799

bustycostumes.com,799

circuszombie.com,799

climatehorror.com,799

costume-shoppe.com,799

costumepicker.com,799

costumesco.com,799

getsexycostume.com,799

getsexycostumes.com,799

ghostconvention.com,799

ghostdays.com,799

ghostreporting.com,799

ghostshare.com,799

ghostslive.com,799

gotsexycostume.com,799

gotsexycostumes.com,799

halloweenfeast.com,799

ideas4halloweencostumes.com,799

okcostumes.com,799

zombieapocalyptic.com,799

zombiesdating.com,799

zombiesunite.com,799

horrorfiles.com,799

alienshop.net,799

cutecostumes.net,799

teamvampire.net,799

vampireboys.com,699

beehalloweencostume.com,699

cockeyedghost.com,699

themagicnook.com,699

horrortopics.com,699

nightmarelane.com,699

paranormaltees.com,699

vampireboy.com,699

vampireparadise.com,699

darkhaunt.com,699

aliencoverup.net,699

deluxesuperherocostumes.com,699

sexycostume.biz,699

costumesforfun.com,599

horrorempire.com,599

demons.co,599

cazadoresdezombies.com,599

sexycostume.org,599

shatteredmagic.com,599

bestideasforcostumes.com,499

paranormalservice.com,499

paranormalservices.com,499

aliensaliensaliens.com,499

ghostlinker.com,499

halloweenpartypro.com,499

athensghosthunters.com,499

athensghosttours.com,499

colordemon.com,499

coolzombie.net,499

funnyhalloween.net,499

halloweendress.net,499

kickasscostume.net,499

magic-books.net,499

magicsecretrevealed.com,499

scaryvideoclips.net,499

demonologies.com,499

custommasks.net,499

kinkycostume.net,499

halloweenhorrornite.com,499

alienstore.net,499

vampiresempire.com,499

alienproject.co.uk,499

tightcostumes.com,499

vampirescostumes.com,499

catsincostumes.com,499

demons.cn,499

scarytreat.com,499

zombieprofile.com,499

scaryhalloweencostumess.com,399

blackmagic.us,399

phantomdictionary.com,399

ghostresort.com,399

bostonzombiemarch.com,399

bewitchment.org,299

bloodyzombie.org,299

eatzombies.net,299

juegosdezombies.info,299

demonizes.net,299

sexycostumeszone.com,299

horrorshopper.com,299

sexycostume4u.com,299

vampiregoth.net,299

thehorrortribute.com,199

witchcraftmanual.com,199

enchantingqueen.info,199

sexycostumemall.com,99

zombie-warrior.com,99

misguidedghosts.net,99

sexy–costume.com,99

ccTLDs: Go ‘Round the World with Name.com’s many Country Code Top-Level Domains

Scott McBreen, our Domain Name Guru Guy, laid it out pretty plainly. I asked him why we have so many ccTLDs and he replied, “Because we serve an international customer base.” When you think about it, that’s a pretty obvious answer, however, it’s not the standard throughout the industry. Many domain name registrars have a pretty small stable of cctlds or country code top level domains are names for the online global communitydomain names. They claim that too many ccTLDs mean too many different international registries and too much back-end web development to host them all. What we see is that all that hard work is worth the investment to be a major player with domains like .ASIA, an extension integral to online addresses in the fastest growing countries; .DE, Germany’s longstanding and burgeoning domain; and .IN, India’s answer to COM/NET that can be owned anywhere in the world.

The list of ccTLDs may be surprising. The island nation of Tuvalu is home to .TV, .CAT is meant to highlight the Catalan language and culture, and .CX is the domain extension to the Christmas Islands. We have those and dozens more. While many of the ccTLDs can only be purchased if you have an entity, or an address for an entity or organization, within their respective countries, some can be purchased globally. .SO, for example, is the country domain name of Somalia, yet like .IN it can be purchased from anywhere in the world. That’s something to keep in mind when defensively registering your trademark, or to find the best available domain (short and memorable) for your businesses, hobbies and ideas.

Aside from some occasional diplomatic moments with international domain registries, and the web dev team working late to get the latest ccTLD functioning on the back end, our one other job is to get the word out about our many valuable ccTLDs. Here our are first attempts with .ASIA and .DE:

If you have some ideas, let us know. Otherwise, look to name.com for your next international domain name. We’re doing our best to support the world that supports us.

Is this bad as in good or just bad as in bad?

When you’re out sick you don’t expect others to go way out of their way to pick up your slack. Sometimes they have to because, say, you’re a firefighter and that’s just what needs to get done. But what Sean did with our little show trenD (marrying domain names and trends) is definitely one of the more flattering things a coworker has done for me. Or is it? So what we do with trenD is have fun lampooning current events while tying them with available domain names. Here’s a more popular one for reference. Below is what Sean was able to do with still photos of me as I slumbered in a cloud of cough medicine.

I’m flattered in a freaked out sort of way. Thank you Sean, master of the motion picture.

Rated PG as in Pretty Geeky

trenD
A show about what’s trending across the internets and the domain names that love them.
powered by name.com

Want to express yourself on these trending topics?
Buy some of the following domains and build your site today.

Stay save and up to date on Hurricane Sandy
Weather.com has the latest information. Here’s some advice from a Storm Chaser http://on.wsj.com/S8xfv7
Buy this domain and talk about it: Stormchasing.tv*

Bob Ross was featured in Google Doodles today, here’s a remix video
http://bit.ly/SUQDgp
Bring some sense to this topic with this domain: Googledoodles.us*

Check out the Obama vs Trump Kombat and other videos in the series:
http://slate.me/PvSuVR
Okay pundits, you need to own this domain: Obamaversus.com*

*Available upon posting.

Using Social Media to Drive Traffic to your Blog or Website | Part 2 of 5 in a “get traffic” series

Free Traffic to your site with Social Media

Recently, we outlined 20 FREE ways to drive traffic to your site.  The methods were broken down by category, but I realized there is so much more information to these tips than just listing them out.  First up, are the Social Media methods.  By consistently employing each of the methods below, I promise you will see more traffic to your site.  Let’s get started….

1. Twitter

Just in case you need to be reminded of the obvious – Twitter is a great place to engage an audience and promote your brand.  Use this strategy as you begin:

  • First you need to get a following to have someone to promote your blog/website to. Shoot for 5-7 daily tweets.  A couple your own content, maybe a retweet, a couple that share or comment on others content, (the more relevant to your niche the better) and asking one conversational question seem to be the norm.
  • Make sure tweets with your own content contain links back to your blog/website.
  • Make sure to follow people everyday and engage your new followers through the tweeting rules above.  It’s best to follow those that would be interested in your brand as you start.  A keyword search within Twitter can help you to get started.
  • Certainly follow back anyone that follows you
  • Add you blog/website URL prominently to your Twitter Profile.
Keep in mind this is just a beginning strategy.  Expect it to morph as you gain popularity. As you dive in, you’ll realize the need for other Twitter resources, but you have to start somewhere!  Begin here!

2. Pinterest

It’s time to add this to your social media lexicon.  According to @BethHayden, Author of “Pinfluence: The Complete Guide to Marketing Your Business with Pinterest”, Pinterest is the “second largest referral of traffic to websites and blogs – right behind FaceBook”.  Got your attention, yet? Here’s a sample strategy to try as you begin….
  • Before your first pin, do some research and identify your target audience.  You’ll want to use keywords in your pin descriptions as well as images that will speak to them.
  • Then use your blog post or website images to create your pins.  This is where interesting, original images will come in handy. Consider infographics – even if they are not part of your post, but as a way to summarize it. Consider even just text – choose eye-catching fonts and colors to state your blog title or website page title.
  • Remember that research you did with keywords?  Well make sure to include those keywords in your pin description so others can find you. Include your blog or website URL as well in your description.  You’ll notice that you can type a whole lot there in the description, but I suggest just enough to captivate your audience and get them to click-through to your blog post or website. Keywords can be used with #hashtags similar to Twitter.
  • Make use of the Pinterest Social Sharing button on your blog or website images.  Your able to control where the image directs and initially,  the description.
  • Similar to Twitter, get social!  Don’t just promote your brand, but pin other’s relevant posts as well.  Your building a community of viewers to your site as well as developing and sharing your visitors with one another, in an effort to attract more visitors.

3. Facebook

 Your tactic here is more about sharing information.  Create a Facebook Fan Page separate from your personal account for creditability. The game is changing with Fan Pages as now there are costs involved with the fancy tricks.  But remember, we want FREE ways, try this sample strategy to get started…
  • Make sure to share your blog posts and any brand news.  Look helpful by sharing news and articles that others in your niche may find relevant.
  • Comment with care on pages similar to your niche.
  • Remember one of the strategies of Twitter was to share your own content with a tweet?  To add credibility to your blog or website with another social media outlet, consider linking your tweet back to the blog post posted on Facebook.  Use sparingly as remember, you’d rather they direct back to your blog or website.
  • You can be a little more casual on Twitter, but try to keep Facebook only about content regarding your blog and brand.
  • With your personal Facebook maybe consider updating your “Work and Education” section to represent your Facebook Fan page for your blog or website.
  • Now that you have a Fan Page don’t forget to review your Facebook insights.  Visit http://www.facebook.com/insights while logged in.  You’ll get a look at how others are engaging with your posts so you know what kind of content to keep providing your users so they’ll keep coming back.

4. Google+

We all wanna be liked by Google – well, they seem to pay attention more to those who participate in their Google+ network. Sign up and realize this is one network where it’s not the quality of your followers, but the quantity of your followers  Try these tips:
  • Just like the other networks will pay off if you research your industry keywords, do so here as well.  Use those keywords when completing your “About” section of your profile.
  • Google+ activity will show up in a search result over other Social Media activity during a Google Search.  Again, post often in your + account and pay attention to those keywords most relevant to the audience you wish to attract.  They’re likely to find you when your content is ranking high.
  • Take advantage of the Google+ Hangouts.  It’s a way to interactively mingle with those who are interested in your blog or website niche topic.  Try providing informative advice on your niche in general to attract the most viewers – don’t use it as a session to promote your blog or business.  And guess what?!  After the experience, since you directly engaged someone,  guess who they will be talking about after. 🙂  It’s such a cool, new thing that people will definitely be talking about their Google+ Hangout experience.  (hopefully with you)
  • There’s this little thing called Google Authorship that happens naturally as you link your Google+ profile to your blog and vice versa.  Google Authorship means it begins to trust you as a source on your topic.  You’ll begin to rank higher so others find you.  Bonus: You’re Google+ Profile pic may show up in Google Search results along your blog post or website!  So make sure your Google+ Profile pic is best representing you or your business.
  • Engage, Engage, Engage.  Use your Google + profile often to find new followers and interact so you attract more followers.  The benefit here over other social networks is that you will eventually begin to rank higher in search results (meaning greater chances of people finding your blog/website) as your network grows.

5. LinkedIn

This little network is not the same resume sharing network you experienced last time you logged in.  Did you know you can upload blog posts, list your products, upload videos, and give status updates?  Give it a second look and overhaul with these tips to hopefully bring traffic back to you:
  • Make sure to upload your blog posts here.  Especially the more polished of your posts that would be helpful to those in your niche.  For your website – provide your project status updates or any new developments.
  • Take advantage of the “Recommendations”.  Did you work with someone who maybe helped by guest posting, or provided design services?  Give them an honest ‘recommendation’.  These recommendations show up on their profile and get you views to your profile.  Now sell ’em on your profile to bring traffic back to your site!
  • You can import other social media streams to your profile.  Try a widget for uploading your Tweets.  Just be careful not be sale-sy as you Tweet.
  • Take advantage of LinkedIn’s Answers resource.  Browse through your industry Keywords to provide expertise on other’s questions.  When you post your answer, there’s a link back to your profile and you may gain creditability.  It works by asking questions too.
  • Update your Business Skills.  By choosing wisely, you’re bound to attract viewers as well as appear in the “Related Companies” for the skills you choose.  For each skill set there are also groups to join.
There you have it!  Quick tips to get started on all of these social media networks and encourage traffic back to your blog or website. For each of these options make sure to add sharing links and follow links to each of your blog posts or pages of your website. Also consider containing a link to your profile for each in any email or marketing newsletter you send.  The more aware your audience is of your presence, the more likely you are to receive traffic to your site.
Got any success stories you want to share?  Prefer one social network over the others? Any quick, beginning tip I forgot to mention?  Then get busy in the comments below. 🙂
Next up in the “get traffic” series: Engagement.  By paying attention to your niche and engaging with others outside of social media, you’ll bring more traffic to your blog or website.  I’m excited to share!

 

 

Domain Names and Trends with iPad Mini, Windows 8, Trump vs Colbert, Timberlake with Biel on trenD

Again marrying domains and trends…

Today it’s come out that Stephen Colbert has offered a not-so-tantylizing treat to Donald Trump. We’ll spare you the details, but we will let you know of a good domain name to start your blog about such controversial things. While the Justin Timberlake + Jessica Biel marriage owned the entertainment headlines, an even bigger story emerged in tech. Of course we’re on it, talking about Windows 8 as well as Apple’s latest gadget, the iPad Mini.

Rated R for Really Awful Suggestion by Stephen Colbert

trenD
A show about what’s trending across the internets and the domain names that love them.
powered by name.com

Want to express yourself on these trending topics?
Buy some of the following domains and build your site today.

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel Wedding controversy article here:
http://gaw.kr/Xgv9Od
Buy this domain and talk about it: celebrityweddings.co*

Trump makes insane offer, read about it here: http://bit.ly/TiWMoH
Bring some sense to this topic with this domain: yourefired.tv*

Are you hyped about Windows 8? http://on.freep.com/S1IHIU
Start a movement. Buy the domain windowsgeek.org*

The truth about iPad mini: http://huff.to/RkP5fj
Okay apple fanboys, you need to own this domain: mymini.us*

*Available upon posting.

Marketing Dos and Don’ts: Name.com’s Street Spam Invades Marketing Convention

Keep it local, social and mobile, and be happy with what you’re doing. That’s just some of the valuable marketing information we’ve picked up off the streets. We feel it’s imperative that we gather as much good advice as we can, and that it’s selfish to keep it to ourselves. With Street Spam we can invade people’s lives with a camera and a microphone and gather the information you need to be successful…while unearthing the inner entertainer in everyone we meet. Here we ask marketing dos and don’ts, as well as test our informers on their five-second elevator pitch.

FREE Ways to get Traffic to your Blog or Website this week | Part 1 of 5 in a “get traffic” series

Free Traffic to your Site – 20 tips to try today!

Are you an affiliate marketer?  Then you know how important it is to get traffic to your site.  More traffic means the better chance of people viewing and clicking your affiliate advertisements.  Own a business website?  Then you know that the more traffic the better chance of making money you’ll have.  Beginning a blog?   Then you should know how important it will be to develop a large loyal audience.  One that once you begin to monetize your blog your readers will hopefully trust your opinion on the products – making you Affiliate dollars.

There are many other important facets to keep in mind with your traffic, but this post is specifically about getting eyeballs to your affiliate blog or website.  It’s so hard not to talk about: consistency of posting relevant content, what happens when the traffic gets to your site to win them over, and even some of the paid ways to get traffic to your site. No this is specifically about just getting the reader to your site, in the most economical way possible. You may find that I couldn’t help myself and may have broken the “ONLY TRAFFIC TIPS” rule a little – but only when necessary.  My intention is for you to use this mainly as a checklist.  I’ll follow-up with detailed posts about each traffic driving source in the days to come as part of a series. Enjoy!

1. Social Media

  • Twitter  – This will be a great forum for you to engage your followers and post relevant content for your brand.
  • Pinterest – You know I don’t have a lot of personal experience with this site, but am seeing more and more news about how to drive traffic to your site with this service.  Do not underestimate its power. A quick google search will set you in the right path. We found this search: “how to use Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog” on google blog search to result in 5,000 articles just this week!
  • Facebook  – Please don’t be offended if you’ve never, ever used Facebook, but for most – this is pretty self-explanatory.  Set up a Facebook fan page for your brand.  Continually update with fresh content.
  • Google+ – This can be a little gem. Most social media services stress engagement over the number of followers.  This is one source where your number of followers matters.  Get popular!
  • LinkedIn – more snazzier than you thought!  Did you know you can add your blog posts to your profile?  Don’t forget to list your current website as a business either.
These are just a few good sources to begin with for immediate impact to traffic.  Again, I’ll detail more in the next post about using Social Media to drive traffic to your site.  For now, make sure to create a profile with each of these that includes a prominent link back to your site and brief bio that describes your site.  Keep in mind the types of visitors you wish to attract and make sure to use relevant keywords to catch their eye. Don’t forget to include all your social sharing links on EVERY blog post or prominent area of each page of your website.

2. Engagement

  • Begin commenting on other industry targeted blogs to begin.
  • Link back to relevant blogs from your blog.  You stand a chance that they will consider linking back to you.
  • Go to industry specific events.  Also try hosting webinars or joining MeetUp.  Great way to pair with like-minded individuals.  If the traffic doesn’t come from these events, it’s a great way to motivate you to keep going!
  • Make sure to have RSS feed and allow for email subscriptions to your blog or website updates.  Try an email newsletter for both your website and blog.  If you need help with how to develop one – check out this handy, dandy post: Anatomy of a Weekly Email Newsletter
  • Guest post! Great way to get noticed by writing a relevant post on someone elses blog.  In the same vein, encourage others to write a guest post for you.  If they have a strong following their readers may become interested in you as well.
  • Check out the Social Sharing (Reddit, stumbleupon, etc) as well as Forums. Just like commenting on other blogs, begin participating here as well as sharing your content in the social sharing sites.

3. Google

  • Google AdWords/KeyWords – Perform research on relevant keywords to your industry/topic.  Then develop content and titles relevant to what people are already interested in.  Once you get them to your page, make sure your content gives a unique perspective on the keywords they dig.
  • Google Analytics – Helps to identify where your traffic sources are coming from as well as identify opportunities.  Next step is to develop and encourage these sources.
  • Google BlogSearch is a fantastic tool in the same vein as Keywords to help you see what other bloggers are writing about.  You can sort the results by time frame for the most relevant up to date posts.  View these posts.  The ones with the most comments are hot topics.
  • Along with Google BlogSearch, give Google Reader a try – you’ll be able to see the number of subscribers to each site displayed in the search results.  Then employ your engagement tactics from our Engagement section to those with high viewership for maximum impact.

4. SEO (just the basics)

  • Remember those keywords you researched?  Well make sure to use those in an eye catching title as well as throughout your post.
  • Remember all those Social Media – well that’s SEO!
  • Images – use them and make them original.  Try creating your own images. Title them so that when someone searches images or your keywords, your post image shows up in that “image” section of the search.
  • Be careful not to place too many affiliate ads.
  • Make sure your content is original and relevant.

IN CONCLUSION:

You’ll find that as you participate in these steps you get rewards.  Celebrate your rewards, no matter how small, and keep charging.  Some of these ideas may seem painful, especially if you are not familiar with Pinterest or Google Analytics seems daunting.  But learn them and push through.  DON’T. GIVE. UP.  It takes a while to build viewership, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. As you keep consistent and build traffic, things do get easier and your followers begin to do some of the heavy lifting naturally for you.  Keep on blogging my friend!  (or websiting!)

Check back as we detail the Social Media tactics for FREE traffic to your site.  Until then, got any free methods that you’ve tried with success?  I wanted to list the most obvious for immediate impact but I may have left out a goody or two. 🙂

 

 

Designing Apps with Todd Clary and Colin Thomas-Arnold part 2

Tech and business education for the entrepreneur brings you two guys who know their apps. In today’s part II of of two (here’s part one) you’ll hear what it takes to make your app successful, and you’ll get helpful tips on how to get your app noticed.

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