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Sunday, December 21, 2014

How to Maximize Your Facebook and Drive Traffic to Your Blog

Maximizing your Facebook fan page and driving Traffic to Your Blog is a sweet experience if you know how to do it better, the results are awesome. If you want to advertise your business on Facebook, then your first step should be making a fan page. Knowing how to create a Facebook fan page for business purposes is a great way to start promoting your website for free. And best of all, it's fairly easy to get started.

Businesses, actors, musicians and politicians often use Facebook to post updates to their fans. These updates include links to new products, promotional offers and any pertinent information that customers or fans need to know. For example, if you just made a Twitter page, post a link to your Twitter profile in a status update on Facebook. You'll drum up interest almost immediately, and you'll give yourself another way to keep your customers and followers in the loop.

To create a fan page for your website or business, type "http://www.facebook.com/pages" into your address bar. Click the "+Create Page" button at the top of the page. You'll be taken to a new page where you can choose whether your page will represent a business, company, product, and celebrity or community effort. Select the one that best fits your needs, and Facebook will redirect you to the next few steps.



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Facebook engagement is one of the biggest challenges that most bloggers are facing today. We all know that we need to have a presence on Facebook but what we really want is to find ways to bring our fans and friends on Facebook back to our blogs.

In order to attract more interest and boost our brand we seek strategies to get the best position and obtain higher levels in Facebook’s algorithm known as EdgeRank.


Post Images and Videos to Increase Facebook Edgerank

We have all been told that the best way to increase engagement levels on Facebook is to post pictures and videos. When we do this, our followers are more likely to see the post and give it a like or add a comment. Of course this makes sense because the visual stimulation draws people in and causes them to react, and when people see that there are a lot of likes on a post, they pay more attention and in turn they want go add a like or comment also. The more likes and comments you get the more people see your post in their news feeds and so on. You get the picture right. If you spend a lot of time on Facebook, like I do you know
exactly what I’m talking about.


Is Facebook Engagement Your Real Goal?

The problem with EdgeRank and chasing down our fans and followers on Facebook is that somehow we get lost in the madness and forget why we set up a Facebook page to begin with. What I mean by that is, unless you’re a Facebook marketer or you’re selling Facebook related products your goal should not be spending most of your time on Facebook.

If you’re a blogger or a small business owner your primary goal for establishing a Facebook presence should be to bring people from Facebook back to your blog or website! I know is sounds simple right but I’m sure you know that it can get very complicated at times! The people who run social networks are brilliant when it comes to distracting us from our real goals. But let’s bring things back in focus for a minute.


Link Your Facebook Page To Your Blog

The simplest way to get people back to your blog from Facebook, is to add a link to the about section of your page. That’s it. This may sound like a no-brainer but I spend a ton of time on Facebook and I’ve seen hundreds of page owners who aren’t doing this. Ironically, many of these pages owners claim to be “social media managers” isn’t that sad. But with this tip I’m about to share, you can even take things a step further and create a three-way connection between your Facebook profile, your page and your blog. This can be tricky at times depending upon what type of Facebook page you have so I recorded a video to show you the really simple way to get that link added from your profile over to your page and from there get the link back to your blog.

Tools for Successful Facebook Branding

Here’s a list of tools that I use to boost my brand on Facebook which in turn drives traffic back to my blog! The links are my affiliate links and you will be doing me a big favor if you use them. Timeline Slicer Pro – Joey Kissimmee from Income Press developed the Timeline Slicer and I simply love this tool! You can change the timeline covers for your page and for your profile in no time using the slicer. You never need to worry about the Facebook re-sizing the dimensions of the cover or the app images again. Just drag and drop and you’re done. Joey also has a great affiliate program for everyone who buys the slicer.

PostPlanner – Add a link back to your blog under every post you make on Facebook! How’s that for boosting your brand. There is a whole lot more you can do with PostPlanner like post to multiple groups at once. Now that’s a huge time saver right there.

Lujure – I can’t say enough about how flexible Lujure is when it comes to making Facebook page apps. In fact you can create an app which lets people view your blog without even leaving Facebook! I know that’s hard to believe but it’s true, and it is so simple because of Lujure’s drag and drop interface. Take a look at Lujure if you have a sales page or plan to do any advertising on Facebook.

Social Buzz Club – Join the Social Buzz Club and you can get your posts shared on Facebook by top influencers. Since I joined I started connecting with people like Amy Porterfield Click Here for Amy’s latest training program!, Denise Wakeman, Coach Laura Rubinstein, Kathryn Rose and many other well known Facebook marketers. It’s a really supportive community and they have tons of resources available. You can grab a free Buzz Marketing Report right now. Create an awesome Like button for your Facebook Page. 20 different FREE versions to choose from.


Lack of Engagement Kills Facebook Pages

One last tip I want to share about boosting your brand on Facebook. Even with all the time-saving tips and advice you have heard is to caution against not spending time on the platform. The worse pages with the lowest EdgeRank are the ones that don’t post regularly or who simply autofeed links to every single blog post. Page owners who go this route will see little or no engagement from their fanbase. If you just don’t have the time and are looking for someone to manage your page, get in touch with Kim Castleberry from Just Ask Kim. I interviewed Kim on this blog last year and Kim is a real pro who knows her way around Facebook better than anyone else I know.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

7 Evil Forces that Makes You a Failure in Blogging

Blogging itself is not as difficult as it may appear, however many blogs fail due to a number of reasons! In this post I have pointed out 7 evil forces that can make you a failure in blogging; I call them evil forces because whatever brings failure is EVIL.

In as much as many bloggers want to succeed, success can only come if what births success is done. Many bloggers will blame outside factors, however, their failure is readily rooted in their own personal attributes!

Blogs fail for many reasons but in most cases the causes can be traced back to the personal attributes of the individual blogger! Blogging although not difficult does take time, patience and a willingness to work! Investing of yourself in these ways, consistently, is the only way you can expect to experience blog success! Of course if for any reason you choose NOT to make the effort, then understand that it is your choice, and I mean your choice has become the mountain on your way to success.

Come along and let’s look at some key forces that are responsible for failure in your blogging career! Read 6 satanic thoughts that can hinder your quest to becoming a pro blogger by Mi Muba


1. The Force of “No Enough Time for Your Blog”

I want you to understand that the blogosphere is highly competitive these days, therefore you cannot afford to blog at your leisure and expect great success. Quite often if our 'commitment' to something is NOT all that strong we will find reasons as to why we should quit!

Achieving success in blogging is something that ONLY comes over time backed up with tireless effort! You need to keep faces because getting results in traffic or loyal readers are very slow to develop initially thereby increasing the frustration while decreasing any enthusiasm or motivation the blogger may have! 


2. The Force of “Weak Focus”

Every blogger must possess a keen focus on what he/she saw in the first instance that motivated him/her into blogging, this to keep them in high spirit as well as keeping their posts relevant to their niche! People for various reasons tend to lose focus on what they're doing and this usually results in them being less productive! When you venture into blogging, you must understand that you WILL be facing millions of competition therefore you must remain deadly focused less your productivity will drop.

3. The Force Imitating Everybody

It is good to pattern your blogging career after someone who has proven to be a successful blogger; you can pick 1, 2 or 3 as your mentors. This is good; but a situation where you want to do in your blog what every other blogger does is completely wrong.

I have come to realize that there are so many deceivers in the blogosphere, what they write or say is not the truth. Therefore, look out for few that you can trust and follow their pattern.


4. The Force of Thinking That Your Idea is not good enough.

Inside a man is the spirit of God, this spirit in man has enormous creative abilities. When you are committed to your business or career, creative ideas begins to flow through your mind. All you need do is sit down and analyze these ideas and see how it relates to your business and its growth.

The ways of God are always foolish in the eyes of man, do not throw away your God given ideas; they may be your stair case to the top most top of your business or career if you engage them.


5. The Force of not keeping to your original goal

I want to believe that before you began setting up your blog in the first place there was at least a vision or goal that drove you into blogging. Wisdom demands that you keep to your vision and goal of that blog. Don't deviate, you can start up another blog if necessary.

6 . The Force of Sluggishness

You  are to slow to learn; some time ago I join an organization and they told me in plain terms that they do not train anybody here, rather, everybody is expected to learn by observing. In blogging the same rule applies, you are not to be slow in learning, be smart.

Don’t believe that you alone on your own can be a success and does not need to waste time getting to know your fellow bloggers and building relationships. Don’t get so busy filling your posts with affiliate links thereby forget about building relationships that could open up opportunities. Getting so busy tweaking your AdSense so that people can accidentally click on them will not help you far. 

Visit and read other blogs and learn more about your niche - from those of them who may actually know more than you in that niche.


7. The Force of Believing Every “Super Blogger”

You must not make the mistake of believing everything the so called super bloggers tells you, it is not easy to see real successful blogger FREELY telling you the truth on how to become a success in blogging. Get a mentor or two and be loyal to them and they in turn will be opening up depending on your loyalty level.


Tuesday, December 16, 2014

How to Get Your Comment Approved Swiftly Pt2

In this post, i will be sharing with you how to get your comment approved swiftly and drive more traffic to your site . I have shared a very great post on how to get your comments approved speedily pt1 some time ago. Although you can add your comment on a site, it’s not guaranteed that you can drive more traffic to your link. There could be hundreds of comments on the comment section. You can get more attention to your comment by putting your comment top of the comment section. That can be done, if you’re the first commentator or if you know when a blogger publish his new post. This also gives you an advantage of approving your comment. Let’s see how to become the first commentator and get your comment approved immediately.

1. Login to your Google account. Then go to Google.com/alerts 

2. Google alert is another free service from Google, which inform you the changes in Google search engine.

If you want to find news, new posts about Football, you would use the Google alert service to receive new updated to your mailbox. Now I want to get the latest posts about SEO, and those web pages should have KeywordLuv comment systems. Look at below screenshot.
 

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3. Add your search query that is for finding dofollow comment enabled blogs, and set up delivery settings. By default it sets for once a day and sends only the best results. You can change those settings to your own choice like receiving the mail just after publishing the certain post etc. Change result type to “Blogs” and create the Alert.

4. After creating the alert, you can see your all alerts. Now you will receive an email whenever any Dofollow comment enabled blog published a new post about the certain topic.


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That’s how you can find the latest blog posts and be the first one to comment on certain posts. Don’t try to comment only on Dofollow comment blogs. Maintain the nofollow and dofollow link ratio in a good rate. Moz has shown that nofollow links also make the changes in search engine rankings. It’s not high comparatively to Dofollow links. But it is very essential in rank increasing scenario.


What is in this link?

Post quality comments, unlike “It’s a good post”, “Nice article”, “I agree with you” etc. Although you share your own words, it looks like spam. There are hundreds of powerful plugins to filter the spam comments. So don’t waste your valuable time spending for such works.

Share your social message that gets admin’s and people’s attention and exposes who you’re and your personal to the entire blogosphere.

Monday, December 8, 2014

What Does Google Support, Dofollow or Nofollow?

Nofollow attributes in a blog both profits your blog and kills your blog at the same time depending on how you use it. Much has been written over the years about the subject of the use of the nofollow attribute by webmasters. What is "nofollow," and when should it be used, does it benefit the site using "nofollow," are just some of the questions people ask. BUT, what does Google and other search engines support?

What is Nofollow?

It means telling all search engines that a link does not count or warrant your recommendation; neither does it pass page rank or pass topical relevance. Therefore, search engines should not follow such links from your blog.


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Adding this html attribute called rel=”nofollow” to a link effectively means a link in your blog does not warrant your trust from you as far as Google and some other search engines are concerned.

Nofollow Meta tags simply means that all outgoing links on a page are not followed by the search engines, in particular Google. These no followed links are literally given any link juice value by the search engines. The same thing can be had by nofollows on individual links on any given page.

Google advocate webmasters to use "nofollow" if they have paid links on their sites. If it is discovered a webmaster sells link space then Google can penalize that site because it is viewed as a form of cheating by sending the search engines, and visitors, to sites which may not otherwise deserve to get link juice. Unfortunately of course most people who pay for backlinks require that those links are followed to help their own Page Rank.

Dofollow links are viewed as a sign that the sites being linked to are trusted. In other words if you as a webmaster place a link on your site that isn't no follow you are giving it a 'certain seal of approval` and you trust that site's content. This is one of the reasons why probably the vast majority of blog owners use no follow on their blogs' comments section. Spammers will be less likely to post a link to their poor-quality sites if they know that they won't get any link juice, though of course that doesn't prevent a visitor clicking the link and the second site getting a hit. The more certain way is for the blog owner to remove any comments which appear to be spam.

Incidentally, one of the WordPress plugins is called "Nofollow Case by Case." Since by default WordPress blogs are nofollow on comments what this plugin does is override the default to make some, or if desired, all, comments dofollow. I do know of a few blogs where this plugin has been installed, though it must be said it does tend to get a lot of few-word "thanks for the post" kind of comments. Having said that, it is currently PR3, and ranked high up in the search engines, so Google must be reasonably happy with it.

As a form of reward, Google themselves suggest either automatically, or manually removing the nofollow attribute on links posted by members or users who a blog or forum owner believes makes consistently high-quality posts. Again though, if a forum uses dofollow for all of its comments, even though some posts may be of very poor value, that doesn't necessarily mean Google, penalizes the forum. One forum I know of is a PR3, and very popular with the search engines.

What I do find strange is when I read advice that you should make all your outgoing links on a conventional site, or blog, nofollow. If you are linking to an "authority" site which you believe is of value to your readers and worth directing them to, are you really saying that you don't trust that site?

And finally, the nofollow attribute can be used even with internal links. If you link to a page on your site which has little importance as far as the search engines are concerned, but is one that you want your visitors to see, don't give it any link juice by making it nofollow.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Revealed 5 Best Tested Blog Comment Practices

Blogs have revolutionized the web in many ways. They are interactive, thus allowing us to have our say on the subject. And this interactive feature stores a bonanza for many web masters. Every time one leaves a comment, it is a link back to the website. Therefore blog commenting is a very good way to build links back to your websites.

Due to the action of many black hat SEO's, getting blog comments approved is becoming difficult nowadays. Many blogs have deactivated the comment feature while other bloggers are very reluctant to approve blog comments. In this article I will give you five easy tips to get your comments approved on blogs. By following these steps diligently and consistently one should be able to build tons of back links to websites and improve search engine rankings.

Getting targeted traffic to our websites is easier said than done and to actually make money online, your website needs to consistently rank well for the selected keywords. Blog Commenting is a very powerful and lucrative tool to get valuable links to your website and hence improve Google rankings. Join me as I take you through the basics of blog commenting for better search engine rankings and also read reviews of top blog comment software.




 

Comment on Relevant Blogs

This is the most important rule. If you want to actually benefit out of blog commenting, you must comment of relevant blogs. Google and other search engines give very less importance to links from irrelevant blogs. Similarly bloggers may be very reluctant to approve your comment, unless you have said something very interesting. Therefore always comment on related blogs.
 

Add To the Discussion

Any comment you add must add to the discussion or topic. So do not leave comments like good post or keep it up. This is surely put your comments at the risk of spam. Moreover it is good etiquette to do this. If your comment is interesting or informative it itself will channel visitors to your site. So add quality comments, not tons of crap.
 

Not More Than One Link

I am at disagreement with many bloggers and webmasters on this count. Most will say that you can leave up to two links, but I personally prefer to have just one link in comments. I myself mark as spam any comment with more than one link, so I follow it in practice as well.
 

Use Anchor Text

This is a very important factor in determining Google rankings. Use anchor text efficiently. Like if your website is about light bulbs, and then be sure to use the keyword light bulb in your comment, and use it as an anchor text for your links. When Google will ultimately crawl this link, it will associate the word light bulb with your site and lead to better search engine rankings for the term light bulb. Similarly use different keywords on different blogs. This makes the link look natural.
 

Bookmark Pages You Commented On

This is another important thing which many webmasters do not do. Once you have your comment approved on a blogs, bookmark that blog with the top social bookmarking sites like dig, stumble upon and delicious. This provides two benefits. One your links get indexed fast. Secondly the blog gets valuable links which is passed on to your website through your comment. So it is double win situation.


Sunday, November 30, 2014

10 Tricks to Succeed With Social Media

At this point in the game, social media has been around for quite a while and a large number of people are involved with it in some capacity and are engaging on a regular basis. People are making the effort interact consistently and regularly. But there is still more to learn.

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The path to the here and now

When you first started to be involved with the various social media channels for your business, you may have been unsure of what you were doing and of whether your efforts were ever going to pay off. In addition to gaining your own experience through trial and error, another great way to become comfortable with social media is by watching what other people do and how they use social media channels to gain their own professional success. As a marketer (as well as many other professionals in various niches), you use social media in certain ways to achieve what you are after. In all likelihood, your efforts may be paying off in part or in full. However, there are always ways to improve upon what you are currently doing and what you have done in the past.
 

 Choose The Best Tools

Make sure to choose the most effective tools for your particular business: Choosing the most effective tools is as important as interacting on social media channels at all. It is very possible that you won't have all of your technology needs satisfied with one particular social media channel. What is most important is that you choose the combination that works the best for your business.
 

Be polite and considerate

When it comes to your interactions through social media, it is extremely important to remember to follow the rules of etiquette and engagement. Also, you should always keep in mind that your main objective is to try to solve the other person's problem(s). It is important to remember that the relationship that you share with the other person will certainly not be one-sided. The reason is that the other person will have the same objective in mind and you will be his or her top priority in the relationship that you share. There are several different ways that you can express politeness and consideration of the other person:
 

Take responsibility for your actions

In all honesty, you have some goals that you will hopefully achieve in the end. Of course, one of those goals is increased revenue. There is nothing wrong with that and there is nothing wrong with letting other people understand what you have in mind. After all, you are in business to make money as well as the other reasons why you are in business. If your offerings are valuable, they are worth paying for. Everyone needs to understand that concept.
 

Establish a process that works

You must have a process that will enable your business to succeed. You need to be accountable for the process and you need to make sure that other people are accountable as well. It is important to get buy-in from the other people who are involved and once the collective decisions have been made, you all need to work and perfect the process until it becomes a well-oiled machine.
 

Acknowledge Other person's successes

 This acknowledgement will absolutely go a long way and it will require very little effort on your part. It will help you tremendously to build a solid foundation in your relationship with the other person.
 

Include The Other Person

Remember to include the other person whenever possible and appropriate: Your professional social media success will not exist without other people. It is essential that you make it clear to the people with whom you share relationships that their points of view and opinions are extremely important to you. In fact, you won't make much progress without them. Make sure to include them in what you are doing and those interactions will serve as the backdrop for what you are offering.
 

Network effectively online

It is critical for you to make every effort to engage other people through social media and to share content, ideas, thoughts, etc, with them whenever you feel that something is worthwhile. Basically, you are developing our mingling skills and you can use them to your advantage and achieve favorable results for your business. You will probably find the most positive results when you are connected in a human (or emotional) way. People who share meaningful relationships can only do so if they have an emotional connection. It is human nature and that fact will never change.
 

Be Transparent in all

Make sure that your actions and interactions are governed by transparency at all times. Because online interactions are accessible to everyone, it is extremely important that you are above board with whatever you do and say online. If you demonstrate integrity and sincerity as well as an interest in providing valuable information to your online connections, you will succeed.
 

Be Discrete

Through social media, there are many occasions when a person will be more combative or confrontational than he or she would dare to be face to face. The alleged anonymity goes a long way to making that person brave. However, if you are the target of negative interactions, make sure that you try to handle them as constructively and as gracefully as possible. Others will respect you for it and you will be able to maintain your dignity.

Conclusively: The social media best practices will go a long way indeed to solidifying your marketing efforts and your business will be stronger and more prosperous as a result. You should take advantage of all that social media has to offer and continue to grow over time. Keep in mind that social media really works well as long as you make the effort to work it. Share whatever is valuable, interact as much as possible, get your connections to trust you, and get yourself into a position of being considered a subject matter expert.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

9 Professional Ways to Handle Comments in Your Blog

Blogging is about talk and I will talk back, I see blog as a kind of forum were some levels of chatting takes place, it may not be constant and steady like social media sites and forums, but some degrees of chatting takes place in blogging.



If your blog is void of chatting then something is wrong. In this post I will be sharing with you some proven tips to observe in handling comments in your blog. When someone comments on the post on your blog these are the steps to follow to make the visitor is well treated thereby compelling him/her to come back again and again.

Always continue the conversation

 This is not just about responding to the comment within your own post thread. As I mentioned earlier, you need to treat your comments thread like a forum and be constantly engaging with your readers and discussing points further, but continuing the conversation goes one step further than that, and it is this extra step that can mean the difference between a one off discussion and a successful long-term relationship.

Treat your own comment thread like a forum

The comments thread is not a one way street. You need to treat it like a forum and be constantly engaging with your readers and discussing points further. One of the best compliments I got was when a reader told me he had learnt more from my comment discussions than the post itself. Now that tells us something! This also has the advantage of helping to develop blog post ideas as questions are raised and the readers openly discuss their experience.

Don't Keep your Regulars Waiting

Seriously! Don't you trust me yet? In settings, allow those who have commented before to be automatically approved. This not only saves you time but it adds to the feeling of community and helps foster a sense of belonging with that reader. Besides this, I know when I am a regular contributor on a site and every new comment tells me its 'awaiting moderation' part of me gets a little annoyed and it takes away from that sense that I am contributing.

Think about it this way. When I go to my local coffee shop in the morning, they know my name and they know what coffee I drink and how I like it. This fosters a sense of belonging and even though I can get my coffee cheaper elsewhere, I go here for the service and because I am made to feel like more than just 'another customer'. Make sure you foster this same sense of belonging in your readers. If you have your comments set so you have to approve everything, fix that now! Not doing this is indirectly telling your loyal readers that you still don't fully trust them.

Remember, someone must leave negative comments

I'm sorry but if you are approving every comment yourself because you want to make sure everything said is a glowing reflection of your awesomeness then....well, you suck! First of all, unless one of your regulars is schizophrenic, I highly doubt they are suddenly going to turn on you. In fact, approve negative comments in general, they only reflect negatively on the commenter and if anything they help cement your position of authority. On a side note, the comments your regular readers will make in support will bring a good laugh or at least a smile.

Reward your Commentators

While we're on the subject of getting to know and trust our regulars, going one step further by rewarding them with an acknowledgement of their ongoing contribution is something I make sure I do, and recommend you do the same. The best way to do this is with the Top Commentators Widget Plug in (do a search in your plug in page) When you install it be sure to edit the settings so that it resets yearly or even never so that those who comment regularly are rewarded with that growing no. next to their (backlinked) name and gravatar. While I'm on this subject, if you currently have no follow set on your blog, rectify this immediately.

Respond to the comment

Take as much time as they took to leave it, i.e.: the more detailed and valuable the comment, the more detailed my reply.

Visit the Commentator’s Blog

Remember, blog commenting is a means of building relationship, so visit back their blog and read their about page and go through one or two of their latest posts.

Comment Back on their Blog

 You must also make sure to reference something from their about page. (Stating facts that clearly show you have taken the time to get to know about them can do wonders for cementing this relationship and helping you stand out in the sea of readers and commentators.)

Retweet and Digg any posts that particularly appeal to you. 

Everyone loves to share; this is the basis of blog commenting after all, so why stop with the comment? (Retweeting and sharing in general is another way of standing out in a sea of readers and commentators)

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