I guess my blog isn’t starting as successful as I thought. I take the blame due to the fact I’m posting these posts too late for readers, and get removed from their feed. You may have read a recent post of mine about a theory of getting some popular bloggers to comment on your blog by linking to their posts. This is the test. Obviously, they may feel a bit obligated to comment due to the fact that this is a test to see if they view your blog. While they may not comment on your site, this will prove if they do view your site at a good turnover rate. These are all blogs in my feed. Clicking on their links will provide them more interest in seeing what this post is about that’s getting them views, so that’s what you need to do.
If you are into advertising on facebook you may like this affiliate marketing guide written on can’t get rich. It tells you how he slipped a few high paying, usually turned down offers, past the radars of facebook. It’s not a for sure thing every time, but it only takes one successful night to make a nice sum of change to start testing some potentially good offers.
Have you ever wondered about the affects of social media on your RSS feed? Caroline Middlebrook brings this excellent post to us describing the affects it has on your RSS feed. It’s a great post from an ever popular blogger who has a huge fan base for a reason.
The University Kid is a younger blogger like me, and he continues to share his knowledge of making money online with this great posts about making websites sell. Flipping websites isn’t easy, and this guide is a pretty good start to learning how to flip sites for a $100 profit on one hours work.
There we go. I’ve posted three quality articles from three blogs in my niche that are in my feed. If they do happen to check this out, a comment to let us know would be wonderful. As for my readers, clicking on their websites will not only help the experiment by showing them that a decent sized amount of traffic has come from this post, but will also help you as these bloggers have a lot to share with us.