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6 Overlooked Techniques to Amplify Your Blog Reach

Editor’s Note: It’s guest post time again! Today’s post comes from Venchito Tampon of Digital Philippines, a content marketing and link building blog. In this piece, Venchito goes through 6 ways to help your content actually reach someone– every single method is detailed, but they’re not all obvious. So pull up a chair and learn something! Take it away, Venchito. 

If you’re a startup brand, you probably know a few basic tips that you should do to get in front of your audience. One example would be joining a forum site where you might share your knowledge/insights about a particular topic. This is a daunting task for someone who is not really an expert at something, but doing this on a regular basis can be rewarding. You can easily create an alliance when you start to build relationships with like-minded people in your industry.

You want alliances, traffic, conversions, followers, and the list goes on and on. However, you cannot obtain this chunk of benefits unless you’ve implemented good marketing techniques for your brand. These techniques should already been tested and proven to be effective at some point. Well, if you’re new to the industry, you probably don’t have any time for testing. You are more focused on creating content (especially if you read many articles about content creation and development) I’m not saying that you stop doing great content pieces, good content is important for your brand. But you have to be knowledgeable with other marketing techniques (e.g. email marketing) that have been tested and proven for many years.

 Amplify Your Blog Reach

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About Venchito Tampon

Venchito Tampon is an SEO Philippines provider and runs his own content marketing and link building blog, DigitalPhilippines.net.

How to Include Affiliate Links Effectively

Blogging and Affiliate Marketing | How to Include Affiliate Links Effectively

Editor’s Note: Today we’re pleased to feature a post from Joseph Berida. We don’t talk about affiliate marketing too much here at P1P, but I liked this post for a lot of reasons. It focuses on the importance of relevancy (which carries over into every aspect of both SEO and marketing) and it gives actionable tips for making content that appeals to users/audience. It also talks about LINKS, which is why you’re here in the first place. If you own a blog, give this piece a read through. Sometimes it’s fun to go a bit off the beaten path.

We’d also love to know if any of our readers do any affiliate marketing stuff. Feel free to discuss in the comments. 

It’s no secret that blogging can be a full-time job that can rake in loads of cash. You’ve got Pete Cashmore, Michael Arrington, Mario Lavandeira, and all these other famous names that are now multimillionaires because of their founding of the biggest blogs in the world.

Of course, that’s on the extreme end, but there are countless other bloggers out there living rather comfortably by simply posting consistently good content… with the help of a monetizing system such as advertising or affiliate marketing. This post will tackle the latter.

How to Include Affiliate Links Effectively

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Joseph Berida

About Joseph Berida

Writer, blogger (it's different), and now content marketing specialist-in-progress, Joseph Berida is all about making great content. He also loves to talk about video games at his personal site, Kambyero.

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Link Building Demystified- Ask the Experts – Oct. 25 at 1 p.m. EDT

Page One Power, a leading link building agency, announces its latest in a series of webcasts aimed at informing members of the internet marketing industry.  Hosted by Digital Marketing Depot, the webinar on “Link Building Demystified” will be presented by company co-founder Jon Ball, Thursday, Oct. 25 at 1 p.m. EDT, 10 a.m. PDT.

Ball said he will be answering “any and all link building”questions during the live webcast.

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Twitter Now Crawl-able, Sort Of

Twitter, it would seem, is looking to draw interest from the search engines. The social site has recently made changes that will allow it to be more searchable to Yahoo, Bing, Google and others. But don’t expect any sweeping changes, since so far the update amounts to some increased search engine access and a new user directory of public profiles. The new profile directory isn’t anywhere near comprehensive, and has only a cursory offering of its some 500 million user accounts. Continue reading “Twitter Now Crawl-able, Sort Of” »

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Industry Headlines: The Case for Anonymous Writing

 

Editor’s Note-The author who penned this article is Dustin Verburg, one of our many talented writers on staff at Page One Power. His articles cover a range of subjects, including search engine optimization (SEO), the ethics of the web and tips for writers and bloggers. 

 

By Dustin Verburg, Published Oct. 4,2012, via Search Engine Journal 

On September 25, Todd Mintz wrote an article titled “The Stench of Anonymous Blogging” onMarketing Pilgrim. It’s a well-written post, and Todd makes a ton of good points. Transparency, accountability, and authenticity are all important in the world of search marketing. There are plenty of professionals with good advice that write under their real names.

I’m sure there’s also a lot of bad, crappy content or entire articles full of false information that were written under the veil of anonymity. I think Todd’s post, while full of good points, leans toward the reactionary side. The Internet and anonymity have been joined at the hip for as long as I can remember, and it will continue on that path into the future if left to its own devices. The ethics of anonymous blogging are an interesting and important topic, and it’s one that merits further discussion. Continue reading “Industry Headlines: The Case for Anonymous Writing” »

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