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Friday, December 21, 2007

A Free Blogging Course from Mark Joyner

Mark Joyner Has created a Blogging Course so, if you’re a marketer who just happens to blog, you have to check this out.

I’m reading the multi-media course from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they’re letting you get it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

* The best blogging techniques.
* How to get traffic to your blog.
* How to turn your blog into money.

I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve had a chance to finish the course. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it’s still free.

After all, I am a blogger with 54 blogs (I'm a little OBSESSIVE lol) so another important blogging course from a reputable source, is important to me and a blogging course created by Mark Joyner is a "No Brainer".

Check it out and accelerate that learning curve :-)

And if you have one website, one blog...Go here as well:

If you have many sites as I do ... Go here:

Get the picture lol

This is turning out to be a phenomenon in Internet Marketing History:-)

Go there now and find out what all the buzz is about.

John V

John C. Vincent/CEO/The Opt-In Magic System

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Friday, June 22, 2007

Tag and Ping an eCourse Part 1

An Introduction to Tag and Ping

Every web site owner knows how important it can be to have a good
ranking with the major search engines, but this ranking can be
difficult, and expensive, to obtain. There is a better way,
however, to drive traffic to your site, and it does not rely on the
search engines Tagging is a great way to drive traffic and find
targeted visitors, and it relies not on search engines, but on the
many new social networking sites that are changing the nature of
the internet.

Using these kinds of bookmarking sites is a great way to maximize
traffic, but it is important to know how to use these sites to
their maximum benefit. If you simply tag blog posts without a
strategy you will not be able to obtain the exposure and the
targeted traffic you are aiming for, so it is important to
carefully research the subject before getting started.

This research begins with a thorough understanding of how the
Technorati site works, how the search engines work and a careful
analysis of the results obtained in a couple of test blog posts. A
thorough analysis will likely lead you to the conclusion that
tagging is a powerful tool indeed.

In order to understand the power of tagging it is important to
understand the concept of social bookmarking. Chances are you are
already familiar with the concept, but if not, social bookmarking
is simply a way for users to store a list of their bookmarks, or
favorite site, online.

The advantages of this technology are obvious from the user's point
of view. Instead of having their favorites limited to a file on
their own personal computer, those favorites are available no
matter where the user is, whether it is an internet café, a
friend's house, work, school or anywhere else. In addition, users
are able to use tags to access their bookmarks, meaning that they
are able to assign a single bookmark to several different

In addition to these technological benefits, social bookmarking has
a social aspect as well. Users are able to easily share their
favorite sites, and other user are able to easily find those sites
others have already determined to be the best. Instead of spending
hours searching for the best movie site, the best business site or
the best news site, users can look to social networks for a list of
the best sites.

Cody Moya writes about "Tag And Ping Traffic Secrets"
in his Free Courses on Internet Marketing. You can sign up
for his free Courses and get additional information at his

John V

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Saturday, June 16, 2007

Blogging 101

"Blogging For Dollars"

If writing is an art, then, blogging is one way of using words to come up with an art. This is because people who are into blogging are the ones who are artistic on their own sense, carefully choosing words that would best describe their feelings, sentiments, wishes, desires, and everything.

Basically, blogs were first introduced as weblogs that refer to a “server’s log file.” It was created when web logging hit the virtual market. Since its inception in the mid-1990s, web logging gradually saturated the virtual community making the Internet a viable source of greater information.

However, with web logging, you still need a web site and domain names, but with blogging, you do not need anything just an account with blog providers. In most cases, these kinds of blogs are free of charge.

With the onset of blogging in the industry, personal journaling had been a common ground for people who wish to be known all over the world. However, not literally famous as this is not a case on being popular or well-known personality.

Generally, blogs are created for personal use. Like a journal, people can write their daily adventures, sentiments, and whatever ideas they want to express online.

Nevertheless, with the advent of the online businesses, blogs had gradually taken the limelight in providing businesses a chance to boost their productivity online. This is where the business blogs have taken the limelight.

Business blogs are, basically, created to advertise the services or products of a certain web site or online business in order to increase online sales.

Moreover, business blogs are also one way of promoting the company so that the other readers will know that a certain company exists online. With blogs, entrepreneurs are able to establish a name in the virtual market through articles that can be very useful in the reader’s life.

From there, you can make money out of blogs by simply syndicating it to your business’ web site. This can be done through the RSS technology.

So, if you are thinking to create a blog, whether for business or for pleasure, you need to know some tips that could help you get through and make your blog one of the interesting blogs online.

Here’s how:

1. Consider your audience

Even if your blog is generally personal, still, it would be better to consider the minds of your readers. You have to think of something that would interest them.

After all, most of the reasons of people who write blogs are not at all confined to their own personal motives. Most of them would love to be “heard” (or read) and would love to be known, in some way or another, even for just a minute. Hence, it is very important to come with a write up that everybody can understand, not necessarily that these people can relate to it but they can understand it.

2. Pictures speaks a thousand words

To make your blogging worth the browsing effort of your readers, it would be extremely nice if you will put some pictures in it. It does not necessarily mean you have to place a picture of yourself. Any photographs will do as long as it does not pose danger or insult to anyone who will be reading your blog.

3. Make constructive and beneficial blogs

Even if you are free to write anything you wan to say to the world, still, it would be better to create some write-ups that would be beneficial to your readers.

After all, its information technology that you have there so better be inclined to provide information rather than sheer quirky entertainment.

4. Avoid making multifaceted and complicated blogs

In order to have an interesting blogs, try not to use some highly technical and highfalutin words. After all, it is not a science discourse or a debate that you are making, so better stick to simple facts and short blogs.

Bear in mind that most people who use the Internet usually do more scanning than scrutinizing each site word for word. Therefore, it would be better to come with blogs that will not bore your readers just because you have these lengthy articles.

5. Make it interactive

As much as possible and if your capacity will allow it, make your blog interactive. Yu can do this by placing some video or audio clips in your blog.

You can even place an area for comments or for some feedbacks. In this way, you can get some impressions or reactions of other people. Who knows, you might even gain some friends just by making them feel at home in your blog site.

Indeed, blogs are not created just for the mere fun of it. It also has its own purpose in the world of the Internet.

Therefore, for people who wish to harness their craft, as far as writing is concerned, blogs are the best way to do it.

As they say, blogging is the contemporary term of creative and commercial writing.

Gabriella Roth
P.O.Box 11781, Lexington, Kentucky 40578, USA

John V

John C. Vincent/CEO/The Opt-In Magic System

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Saturday, June 9, 2007

16 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Blog

You've got your blog set up and you've started posting pithy, useful information that your niche market would benefit from and enjoy. Days go by, you keep publishing, but no one comments and your traffic stats are barely registering. What do you do?

Like any website you own, you must do some blog promotion to start driving traffic to your site. Here are 16 steps, in no particular order of importance, that you can start doing now to get traffic moving to your blog.

1. Set up a Bloglet subscription form on your blog and invite everyone in your network to subscribe: family, friends, colleagues, clients, associates.


2. Set up a feed on so your site gets regularly spidered by the Yahoo search engine (see tutorial on

3. Read and comment on other blogs that are in your target niche. Don't write things like "nice blog" or "great post." Write intelligent, useful comments with a link to your blog.

4. Use Ping-0-matic to ping blog directories. Do this every time you publish.

5. Submit your blog to traditional search engines:

6. Submit your blog to blog directories. The most comprehensive list of directories is on this site:

Tip: Create a form to track your submissions; this can take several hours when you first start so schedule an hour a day for submitting or hire a VA to do it for you.

7. Add a link to your blog in your email signature file.

8. Put a link to your blog on every page of your website.

9. If you publish a newsletter, make sure you have a link to your blog in every issue.

10. Include a link to your blog as a standard part of all outgoing correspondence such as autoresponder sequences, sales letters, reports, white papers, etc.

11. Print your blog URL on your business cards, brochures and flyers.

12. Make sure you have an RSS feed URL that people can subscribe to. The acronym RSS means Rich Site Summary, or some may consider its meaning as Really Simple Syndication. It is a document type that lists updates of websites or blogs available for syndication. These RSS documents (also known as 'feeds') may be read using aggregators (news readers). RSS feeds may show headlines only or both headlines and summaries.

To learn how news aggregators/RSS readers work, see this site:

13. Post often to keep attracting your subscribers to come back and refer you to others in their networks; include links to other blogs, articles and websites in your posts

14. Use Trackback links when you quote or refer to other blog posts. What is TrackBack? Essentially what this does is send a message from one server to another server letting it know you have posted a reference to their post. The beauty is that a link to your blog is now included on their site.

15. Write articles to post around the web in article directories. Include a link to your blog in the author info box (See example in our signature below).

16. Make a commitment to blog everyday. 10 minutes a day can help increase your traffic as new content attracts search engine spiders. Put it on your calendar as a task every day at the same time.

Tip: Use a hit counter to track your visitor stats: how many unique visitors, how many page views, average length of visit. You can get a free hit counter at

Denise Wakeman of Next Level Partnership, and Patsi Krakoff of Customized Newsletter Services, have teamed up to create blogging classes and marketing services for independent professionals. You can read and subscribe to their blogs at, and

John V
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Monday, June 4, 2007

Submitting Your Blog to RSS & Blog Directories

Submitting your blog to RSS & blog directories is considerably easier than submitting fully-functional sites to website directories. This is because there are free, automatic systems in place that allow you to submit an updated version of your blog to directories without doing any form-filling.

This automatic system for submitting your blog to RSS & blog directories is known as pinging.

You ping your blog at sites like and When you ping your blog, the system will automatically send the latest update from your blog to all of the largest blog directorires – usually on the order of about 40 or so.

This means that submitting your blog to RSS & blog directories can actually be as simple as filling in your URL and title – and then hitting submit. The only thing you will want to be careful about is the title you use. You will want to make sure that you use your most targeted keyword in the title you submit, as that will be attached to all of the backlinks you receive from these directories.

Additionally, submitting your blog to RSS & blog directories will get your blog placed on the front page of a number of blog directories. This may generate some quick traffic for you from people who are looking at the latest blogs to be updated.

Once you are finished submitting your blog to RSS & blog directories via ping, you will then want to search out directories that you cannot ping and submit to them individually. provides a fairly complete list of RSS and blog directories. You will want to first submit to directories that offer certain perks (i.e., first page listings) or have higher PR – as this will confer higher more PR to your blog. Since you cannot submit to most RSS directories via ping, they will probably make up the bulk of your submissions.

John V
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John C. Vincent/CEO/The Opt-In Magic System

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