Thursday, July 22, 2010
In an online forum post a discussion on Google PR, people from anywhere are speculating about what is going on. In fact, one member was quick to point out that the last big shift Google had, we saw the PR system go down as well. This begs the question... Are we seeing a Google marketing scheme just to shake people up?
What will it mean if Google's PR systems stays down?
In many ways, Google needs to be improved upon their busted PR system. There are so many areas they payed attention to forums and blogs all around the world, they would have more than enough feedback about their PR system to fix this growing PR issue.
Page ranking is a potentially a great system. It can be a great system if it directly ranks websites properly by relevancy, content and not simply by the number of links pointing to an individual website.
These days, you see a website with few medium relevant links pointing to it while its front page holds a PR of 7-8 out of 10. How does SEO company justify that?
Until then, take this old story and find other ways to build your business online. Don't worry about what Google is doing, worry about what you are doing to improve your internet marketing campaign.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Paying post is one of the newest blog monetizing today. These allow you to get paid on blog posting or writing some product reviews. High page rank (PR) of your blog is not the base for you to get approved. The only thing blog should be good and quality content should be indexed by google with a quantity of good content and content, blogs age should be 90 days live - minimum, at least with an existing Twenty (20) posts written from the prior of the registration.
There are quite a lot of ways to earn money online by blog advertising and blog marketing is one of the realistic but simple and efficient ways of earning money using your blog. Being compensated for posting is a pretty simple job to find by means of Internet and in recent times it is coolest trendy for individuals who like to monetize their blog|s.
Blog advertising involves blogger and advertiser, using their online form where you can register to having an access account, then registering blog|s. Generally sponsored review sites now a-day has minimum words limit and it differs on the amount of advertiser’s offered. The highest quantity of words the bigger the amount they offered.
By paying individual bloggers for their blog posts, is for them to be able to promote the web sites or product of the advertisers to wide ranging of people, and most these people most likely will be interest in visit their web site linked in the blog|s because of the written reviews by most bloggers. An additional possibly reason to having paid post is to collect or gather more backlinks and becoming a most searchable by users and be crawled by major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN also most probably to increase their search rank traffic positions on search engines.
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
Payingpost is a new place where you can monetize your blog/s. But before you begin getting some opportunities to review, you will ask to install the PayingPost Code first and placing onto your site. Payment will be scheduled after 2 weeks from the date they approved your post.
There is lot more about blog advertising like paying post they have a quicker system on payment process and it should be done via PayPal.
Monday, February 18, 2008
SEOBOOK's Aaron Wall, in what will likely be a hot post around the social news and bookmarking universe, serves up candid and insightful thinking on the long term competitive advantage of classic search engine optimization vs. pay per click. His writing style is hungry and tone passionate. Aaron's got his Mojo on in this delightfully self-effacing comparison of SEO & PPC's long-term value.
Wall writes, "This is why I like SEO so much more than PPC. Most people are too lazy to spend years researching their topic, years building a brand, years building links, and years building social and customer relationships. We are afraid of failure, afraid of success, and afraid that we are investing too much in one place. But, if someone sees me ranking in the organic results they can't just clone it unless they know SEO well, and are committed for the long haul."
Many A-list SEOs have weighed in to the dialog regarding the Tao of SEO and PPC in tandem and separately. For additional perspective read "PPC vs. Organic," David Naylor, Lee Odden's classic 2006 "The Lame PPC and SEO Debate," and sugerrae's recent rant, "The Lazy SEO vs. The Lazy Monetizer." In a street level video interview, Rand Fishkin discusses using PPC to test organic concepts, PPC vs. SEO in China, and other useful concepts.