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Saturday, 31 December 2016

Saturday, 24 December 2016

9,200,000+ Traffic Sources for Your Blog or Website

9,200,000+ Traffic Sources for Your Blog or WebsiteHere we go: 9,200,000 traffic sources for your blog or website:

So-called free traffic

…cause it’s nowhere near free.

1. Search engines – SEO

SEO is probably one of the biggest things you can practice in order to get some traffic for your website (by the way, make sure to check out my complete guide to hosting for online business). Top ranking for a good, competitive keyword can mean the world to your blog or website.

WordPress SEO is a pretty popular topic around the internet. Don’t forget to check these two cool posts: WordPress SEO – The Definitive Guide To Higher Rankings For Your Blog at Yoast, and WordPress SEO: The Only Guide You Need at ViperChill

2. Email marketing

Fancy name, but what it really means is sending emails to a list of people and leading them back to your blog. If you haven’t started to build your email list yet, it’s about time. Check out MailChimp as they are the only big player offering free services.

3. Co-registration traffic

This one’s usually not free, but it’s a part of email marketing, so I thought I might as well place it here. The basic idea is this: You find someone who already has an email list and try to convince them to place an additional form somewhere in their sign-up funnel.

This form/field/checkbox asks a new subscriber whether or not they want to subscribe to your list too. Something along the lines: “Hey. You might also consider subscribing to Karol’s list. He shares some interesting information about internet marketing. Just tick the checkbox and you’re good to go.”

In the end you get a new subscriber without any real effort on your part.

Social media traffic

There’s a couple of different things here.

Social bookmarking

In a sentence – you add your blog to a number of different social bookmarking services.

The services:

4. Delicious
9. – problems while loading the site
12. – no longer with us
18. MyStuff
19. Buddy Marks
20. Connectedy
21. MyLinkVault
22. Google Bookmarks
24. OYAX
25. A1 Webmarks
26. Bookmark Tracker
27. myVmarks – no longer with us
28. – no longer with us
30. Symbaloo

You don’t have to do it by hand though:

32. BookmarkingDemon
34. SocialPoster
36. SocialAdr

37. One more trick you can use. Share your new post via Google Reader (the little share icon at the bottom).


Web 2.0 sites

Websites within a popular domain which you can build for free, and then use them to get some traffic back to your main blog. They are:

38. Squidoo
39. HubPages
40. Weebly
41. Webs
42. Jimdo
43. Yola
44. Webnode
45. Jigsy

46. You can also try to create a new community at Ning, or join an existing one.

Social news sites

Three main players here:

47. Digg
48. Reddit
49. StumbleUpon

If you’re in the design niche check out these sites as well:

50. 40 Promotional Sites Where To Submit Your Design Related Links
51. 30+ Places to Submit Your Website Designs

Social networks

This one’s a no-brainer:

52. Twitter (how to create a twitter avatar)
53. Facebook
54. Myspace
55. LinkedIn

Free blogs

The idea is similar to the approach regarding Web 2.0 sites. Only this time you’re going to create some free blogs. Check these out:

57. Blogger
59. TypePad
60. Tumblr

Content spreading

A.k.a. submitting your content to different places around the internet.

62. Guest blogging (or posting)

This is the first biggie. Guest blogging (or posting) is one of the best sources of quality traffic. Try it yourself. Contact a number of bloggers and get some guest posting spots.

Article marketing

It’s just a fancy name for submitting your articles to various article directories around the internet. Each article has, of course, a live link back to your site.

You can start with these:

63. EzineArticles
64. GoArticles
65. ArticlesBase
66. Buzzle
67. Isnare
68. ArticleCity
69. Article Dashboard
70. The Free Library
71. FreestyleJournalism
72. Article Alley
73. Article Blast
74. ArticleSnatch
75. Sooper Articles
76. Amazines

You might want to consider one of these services as well:

77. UniqueArticleWizard
78. ArticleMarketingAutomation

79. One more trick. Turn your article into a pdf and submit it to Scribd.

If you’re into this kind of stuff you can use spinning software to create some alternative versions of your articles. The best one of its kind is (as the name says itself) The Best Spinner.

Video marketing

Similar to article marketing, only this time you’re submitting videos.

The list:

80. (how to create a YouTube background)

You might want to consider one of these automation services as well:

95. Traffic Geyser
96. TubeMogul
97. VidPostRobot
98. Hey!Spread


You’re ahead on this one if you’re a radio-personality type. Of course, use your podcast to promote your main site.

99. iTunes
100. PodcastAlley
101. PodcastDirectory

Photo sites

This is one of less popular ways of driving traffic, but can be effective if you refine the process well enough.

102. Flickr
103. Picasa

104. One more trick. SEO-optimize the images on your blog. That way they have a chance to appear on Google Image Search.


This is not a direct traffic getting method, but a way of notifying certain search engines that something is going on at your blog. After the pings have been sent those search engines update their listing featuring your new content. This in return can get you some new visitors.

Check out these services:


RSS directories and aggregators

Sites, where many different RSS feeds can be found in one place. Submitting your blog to such places can’t hurt you.

The list:


Community participating

122. Blog commenting

As you know every comment contains a link back to the author’s site. And a valuable comment can bring really good traffic when it’s published on a big blog.

Just a simple advice here. Go out there, find some quality blogs and start commenting.

123. Forum posting

Similar to blog commenting. Only this time you’re posting on forums, and the link is usually in your signature file.

124. Ning communities

Mentioned earlier in this list. You can either create a new community or join an existing one.

Getting a blog badge

A badge is a little widget that sits in your sidebar and displays various things. Mostly ads for other blogs. However, by displaying such a badge your blog gets featured on other websites that use the same badge.

126. Entrecard

Website and blog directories

They’re not as effective as they used to be, but there’s still some value in this.

127. Dmoz

Paid traffic


If you have too much money you might want to consider spending some of it on paid traffic.

Here’s a big list of various advertising networks (including social media advertising platforms, at the bottom).

First and foremost, check out this site:

133. AdWords (duh!)
134. Y!SM + MSN
140. advertise –
156. Facebook
157. Plenty of Fish
159. LinkedIn
160. StumbleUpon

161. And a bonus – check out PRWeb for some press release marketing.

162. One more thing. Did you know that you can buy social media traffic and subscribers (Facebook fans, Twitter followers, YouTube views, and SoundCloud music views)? Check the site out.

What?! 162 traffic sources and that’s it?! What happened to the other 9,199,838?! – Says you.

You didn’t honestly think I was going to share 9 million traffic sources here, did you? But I am not backing out on my promise! Just go to Google and search for: how to drive traffic to my blog. Currently over 9,200,000 results. (That’s where I got the number from.)

I hope this list will be as handy for you as it is for me.

Now I want to know something about your techniques. What traffic sources are you using? What’s your favorite, most effective technique?

Monday, 12 December 2016

Introduction to Genesis Mining

Introduction to Genesis Mining: A blog about invest
Introduction to Genesis Mining Understanding Bitcoin If you are like me then you are have probably are looking for a way to invest in bitcoin or some kind of alt coin. I am assuming that if you're doing research on bitcoin mining you have an idea of what Bitcoin is all about. If you are totally new to Bitcoin then I recommend you watch this video. Before you do invest in bitcoins and alt-coins I recommend you consider the risks associated with digital currency. I would not recommend investing a large amount of cash into any cloud-mining website like Genesis Mining until you understand how mining works and the risks associated with mining. Two of the major risks to be aware of before mining is the bitcoin/alt-coin value volatility and the current and future difficulty of the algorithms to mine coins. Bitcoin has a limit of 21 million bitcoins (expected to be reached by year 2140). Right now we are able to mine bitcoins at a profitable rate but as time passes bitcoins will become scarce and the difficulty of mining will also become more difficult. Don't let that scare you too much because there is still money to be made until then. I believe along with many other enthusiasts and professionals that digital currency and a decentralized currency will be the future and am trying to get as much capital in my hands a possible. I looked into doing some mining of my own but found it to be too much work and expensive due to the electricity costs in my area. With that said, I turned to Genesis Mining. Genesis Mining is a company that has proven to be reliable, simple, and have has shown good Return of Investment (ROI) rates (See this link to see proof). What is Genesis Mining? Genesis mining allows you to buy a piece of Genesis' mining capacity which is currently sold in MH/s (script) or per GH/s (sha256). As of the date of this posting they do not have any scrypt available for new customers to mine and are currently only selling sha256 which is bitcoin. You can buy bitcoin at genesis for: .05GH/s for 24.95 USD 0.075 TH/s for 36.75 USD 0.1 TH/s for 49.00 USD 0.15 TH/s for 73.50 USD 0.25 TH/s for 122.50 USD 0.5 TH/s for 245.00 USD 0.6 TH/s for 294.00 USD 0.7 TH/s for 343.00 USD 0.75 TH/s for 367.50 USD 1 TH/s for 469.00 USD 1.5 TH/s for 705.00 USD 2.5 TH/s for 1,175.00 USD 5 TH/s for 2,350.00 USD 7.5 TH/s for 3,525.00 USD 10 TH/s for 4,700.00 USD 15 TH/s for 6,750.00 USD 20 TH/s for 9,000.00 USD 50 TH/s for 22,500.00 USD 100 TH/s for 45,000.00 USD I just recently bought 0.75 TH/s of sha256 for $358 with a discount of 2.5%(Here is my referral discount code: mDXuFv if you are interested in joining Genesis Mining). According to this calculator I should be making about $55 per month. In a year I should make about $660 assuming the price of bitcoin will stay relatively the same and that the difficulty of mining doesn’t change too much. Genesis Mining gives you daily payouts, which will be deposited into you coin-specific wallet. I use Coinbase but there are others out there for the choosing. Once you sign up for Genesis Mining, which is super easy to do. All you do is click sign up on top right of the webpage, create an account, verify you’re not a bot, choose you hash power, and finally you checkout. Don’t forget to link you wallet ID from Coinbase to your Genesis Mining. They need a place to send your money. It’s kind of important. Conclusion Buying your own rig is a little complicated, unless you’re a Computer Science/Engineering major or a quick learner. My guess is that you made it to this website because you don’t find building your own rig as a practical investment. Overall, Genesis Mining allows you to buy some hashpower and watch the money flow in and you can always buy more hash power with the money you earn or you can cash it out when you want. It’s easy and simple.
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