How To Craft B2B Marketing Content for Extra-Ordinary Results!

B2B Content Marketing Strategies

Is B2B content marketing boring to you? You may not be alone on this! Many B2B content marketers have a feeling of frustration as push out content upon content each day and nobody seems to read that content!

But it doesn’t have to be so. No matter the niche you are serving, you can put some punch into your b2b marketing content and drive results beyond your imagination. In this article we will look at some ways you can craft your marketing content to achieve great results.

First,

What Really Is Business To Business (B2B) Marketing?

Business-to-business (B2B) firms are companies that deal on products and services that are focused on other businesses. Usually, the selling is done to a client of another company, who might put the product into some intermediate purpose or use. Considering the target audience, promotional content relating to B2B companies should not only generate interest but it should also be out-standing.

It is very clear that many b2b firms produce almost the same stuff and they reach out to almost the same clients. So finding the right client isn’t a big deal, but actually acquiring that client and holding on to her is the big deal. This is one of the reasons why b2b marketers should be creative enough to stay in the game.

Some Proven Tactics to Creating B2b Marketing Content

1. Show Your Uniqueness

How are you different from others in the market? In what ways can you help your client achieve better results? And, how can you deliver that message in the shortest possible time?

You must understand that time is short and for the b2b customer that means a whole lot of things. To help your clients make good use of the little time available to them you should be able to deliver your message concisely when you write your b2b marketing content. A brief introduction about your company is enough. Concentrate more time to what your company does and how it is unique from others. Pose questions before creating your content. Make use of catchy adjectives that will help the client relate to your content.

2. Press the Right Psychological Buttons!

Play with the customer’s psychology. Understand the difficulties faced by them and then show them how your company or your product can solve it. Make your call to action very clear. The action should be simple but immediate. It should be more than just a helpline.

3. Clear Any Doubt about Your Product/Service

The B2B client is more intelligent and educated than the average shopper. She needs just enough information to make the right buying decision. And so, after the initial brief introduction about your company and what you do, write in detail about the product or service you provide. This should be in-depth information about your company’s product. Point out the advantages of using them. Write them in a hierarchical form using numbers or bullets. While writing, short paragraphs and strong sub-titles can be used as headings of individual paragraphs. Again, using adjectives will be a good bet!

4. Put in the Entertainment Factor

A good amount of entertainment should be added. The aim of this is to retain the interest of the customer. But care should be taken because if this gets too much it could become shabby. It’s a nice idea to use product noun as a verb along with other adjectives.

5. Optimize For the Search Engines

Make good use of the search engines by optimizing your b2b content for the search engines. Millions of people still use them every day to find what they need. If your website is search engine optimized, it will surely get lots of traffic. One thing you must understand however is that the search engines have changed greatly in the last few months. Use industry best practices when writing the content to ensure that you get the best results. Ensure you optimize for your company’s name and the right product keywords. This way whenever someone searches using your company name or the product’s keyword, they can always find you.

6. Work to Retain the Customer

Attracting the customer is just one bit of the equation. Retaining her attention is another. Your content may help lure the customer into your marketing funnel but how do you work to maintain that attention? Like mentioned earlier the b2b client is more educated than the average shopper. Continuously pushing promotional content to the b2b prospect will not do any good. You must be able to sustain their interest with information that is relevant to what they want to know. Beyond this going over board to deliver products right on time and maintaining quality will help build trust. Once they start trusting the company they will become your brand ambassadors spreading the word your company.

B2b content marketing may indeed be a challenging one but like every other online marketing activity putting in a little more effort everyday will ensure you get the results that you desire.

Are you a b2b content marketer? Do you care to share experiences with us?

The Google Hummingbird Algorithm and SEO in 2014 and Beyond!

To say 2013 was a challenging year for search engine optimization professionals is indeed an understatement. Apart from the different Panda and Penguin updates that saw many sites suffering various degrees of organic traffic decline, the latest release of the Hummingbird algorithm a few days ago have greatly tasked search engine optimization professionals so much that the questions on the lips of SEOs right now are:

What is Google really up to?

What will the SEO terrain look like in 2014?

How can I make my website and website relevant in the scheme of things?

And of course, whether to continue with search engine optimization or to simply look for some other form of website traffic!

[wpgfxm_highlighter bg_color=”#A3F74F” text_color=”#E33939″]Must Read: Is SEO A Dead Web Marketing Strategy?[/wpgfxm_highlighter]

Now, because my “job” as an SEO web content writer is basically about helping brands drive organic traffic through optimized marketing content, keeping up with the constantly fluctuating array of updates in order to stay current with the latest trends had given me some insights about these questions. And so, in this article I intend to provide some answers to these questions as much as I can.

So if you are ready, let’s begin!

First, the Big One – The Hummingbird Algorithm!

Google launches Hummingbird Algorithm

Released a few days ago, the Hummingbird algorithm is definitely Google’s major change in recent times.  [wpgfxm_highlighter bg_color=”#FAD905″ text_color=”#000000″]A careful study shows that the panda and all the other update introduced by Google in the past couple of years were actually a build up to the launch of the hummingbird algorithm.[/wpgfxm_highlighter]

Here are a few insights to help you make meaning of the hummingbird algorithm:

1. The Hummingbird algorithm is a new complete rewriting of Google’s search algorithm. Unlike the Penguin and Panda updates which were simply changes to Google’s existing algorithm, Hummingbird is a complete replacement.

2. Hummingbird is designed to provide faster and more precise query results.

3. It is based on semantic search – that is, it focuses on user intent instead of individual search terms. What this means is that Google will no longer return search results based on individual words or phrases but rather based on each word in a search query. At least, this sort of explains why Google recently decided that search term data are now ’100% not provided!’ It is no longer about keywords but customer intent.

4. According to Google about 90% of all searches were to be affected by the release of the Hummingbird algorithm.

5. Though Hummingbird is a complete rewrite of Google’s algorithm many of the existing rules and weightings, for example PageRank, will still apply.

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What will be the State of SEO in 2014?

Making search faster and better - Hummingbird!Now, let’s turn our attention to what the SEO terrain will be like in 2014 considering the various changes introduced by Google. Some may say it is too early to really predict (can we really use that word since it is very clear already?) what the terrain will be like 2014. But from what we have seen so far, there is actually nothing for SEO professionals to fear in the coming year 2014 and beyond.

It only demands that one take a careful look at what Google has been releasing into the market and the picture will be clear indeed. If you have understood very well what the Hummingbird algorithm is all about (please read the insights above again) and you take that with the various panda and penguin updates that Google has pushed into the market over the past couple of years, you will understand that search engine optimization is not dead and so SEOs should not give up.

Rather SEO professionals who want to stay relevant should focus on the following proven SEO practices in 2014:

1. Be valuable with your content. This is very obvious. Instead of simply pumping out content, focus on providing value. As a business brand, identify your unique value proposition and become an authority in it.  Position yourself to be the provider of answers to what people are seeking.

2. Trust is now the new king of search, therefore focus on pleasing your customers and not the search engines.

3. Be natural instead of keyword focused. It is clear that when conversing with a friend you will not continuously repeat a particular word or phrase over and over again even when you want to emphasize a point. Your marketing content must align to this.  Put less emphasis on keyword data and more on customer engagement.

4. Focus on building relationships that could help in link acquisition instead of using some covert tactics to build links.

5. Hummingbird is about providing in-depth knowledge on a subject treated. [wpgfxm_highlighter bg_color=”#FAD905″ text_color=”#000000″]Therefore be authoritative and transparent with your content. Get a grip on what semantic search and the knowledge graph are and adapt your content accordingly.[/wpgfxm_highlighter]

6. [wpgfxm_highlighter bg_color=”#FAD905″ text_color=”#000000″]Your keyword research should focus on identifying the intent, needs and problems behind queries and then provide solutions and answers with your content.[/wpgfxm_highlighter]

7. Implement Google authorship and some other aspects of the Schema.org article markup like headline and alternativeHeadline, image, description, datePublished, articleBody, etc.

8. Make your site design appealing.

9. Mobile-ize your web properties. It is not an accident that in demonstrating the launch of Hummingbird Google decided to use images of its mobile app and not the desktop site. This shows that the future and by extension Hummingbird, will be more about mobile. It will be a plus therefore that you go for responsive themes for your sites (you can get some very cheap and powerful ones from this site). Creating mobile apps to power your online business will also be a great idea.

How about SEO beyond 2014!

SEO and the future of Hummingbird

It is definite that Google will continue to fine-tune the new Hummingbird algorithm in the years to come. But trying to predict what SEO will be like beyond 2014 is a tall order indeed. By jealously guarding the factors used in ranking websites Google has so far been able to outwit even the smartest SEO professional thus far.

However, with the launch of Hummingbird Google has made a categorical statement that it is moving towards “natural” when it comes to ranking websites/pages. There is therefore going to be a push towards improving this technology in the years to come.

So, beyond 2014 SEO is definitely going to be less focused on keywords and more on authority.

And do not forget that on the net authority is most times gauged by your circle of influence. This means that your connections and social media reach would play a big role in SEO beyond 2014.

My suggestion therefore is to grow your social networks. Focus most of your energy on Google plus and Youtube (I predict that Google would be pushing people towards these two in the years to come!) and then Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.  This does not mean other social media sites are not relevant. However, depending on your target market, always focus on these big ones before any other.

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Final thoughts

It is quite clear that SEO in 2014 and beyond is not going to be less challenging to search engine optimization professionals than what we have seen in 2013. Statistics already shows that many brands are now moving towards paid search as organic traffic continues to decrease (an indication that that Google’s game plan is working great for them!).

However, SEO professionals mustn’t give up. The noose may be tightening on organic search traffic but as long as Google still have a column in the SERPs for organic search results, what SEO professionals should work towards is a better understanding of what Google is driving at with the various updates and changes and then put in place a strategy, built on a few key time-tested tactics.

In creating content, brands must be more strategic and tactical and also focus on social relationships. They must also be more transparent and provide the consumer real value for their time as it is now clear that valuable, authoritative and customer-focused content would rule the search engines in 2014 and beyond!

Your turn: These indeed may be my thoughts but no doubt they reflect the views of many SEO professionals and experts. You too are an expert in your own way. So, what are your views on SEO in 2014 and beyond? Share with us in your comments below.

Ranking #354 in the SERPs and Still Driving Traffic? Explanations Please!

search engine optimization questionsHi everyone. Welcome to yet another insightful time on our Community Time-Out.

Today we will be discussing yet another very interesting topic. As usual, I trust you would share with us your insights on this subject matter and we all would come out with something new!

Search Engine Optimization Rule #1 Questioned?

Our subject for discussion today has to do with search engine optimization. As we all know, the purpose of SEO is to get our webpages not just on the first page of the SERPs but if possible, rank at #1!

However, in the past few weeks I’ve had cause to ask a few questions.

Now, I’m an SEO enthusiast and very passionate about optimizing every post that I write. In fact, I’m such an ardent believer in search engine optimization that my content writing service focuses mainly on SEO web content writing and not just any type of marketing content!

Also, because of my interest in SEO, I have a few programs for monitoring my blogs’ SEO stats. And, I can authoritatively report that this blog is doing great on the search engines with about 55% of the blog’s traffic coming from the search engines.

Specifically, here is a graphic from a program I’m using to monitor the SEO strength of the blog with a few results from specific pages:

search engine results graphic

And here is another one:

search traffic results

Again, that is impressive, right? But now take a look at this one, please note carefully the page ranking at #354!

Google search results graphic

Please for better viewing, click on the images to enlarge.

Now, can you notice that apart from the ones ranking on the first pages, traffic is also coming from others, like this one ranking far down the SERPs at #354?

My concerned in this discussion is really these ones ranking far below in the SERPs.

Ok, let’s look again at the #1 rule of search engine optimization:

SEO Rule #1 If you want to drive traffic from the search engines you must rank on the first page or better still, at #1 else no one will found your site and therefore there will be no traffic!

You have heard this so many times, right? Of course, everything I have ever done in the name of SEO had been driven by that rule!

But now, from the results shown above, a few questions have been on my mind. These are:

1.    Do you really need to rank ONLY on page 1 to drive traffic from the search engines?

2. What must have prompted these searchers to abandon the first, the second, the third and even the tenth pages of the SERPs and go looking for and clicking on a link in the 354th position?

3. What lesson can this really teach us about optimizing our webpages for the search engines? Or, what insight do we gain from this?

After pondering on this for some time now, I’ve decided to bring it out for us to discuss on this platform today believing that someone will have some insights that will help us all.

And so, permit me to step aside here while you make your contributions. Post your responses and insights, or any other question you may have from the results above, in your comments below. So, let the discussion begin!

(Community Time-Out is our weekly discussion program where we seek answers to pressing questions that have to do with internet marketing, blogging, social media, online marketing and any other topic that has to do with running a successful business online. If you want to contribute a question for discussion please use this form.)

Top 3 Reasons Why Content Marketing Will Fail You!

Are you currently using content marketing as a business?

So how much success are you producing with your content marketing efforts?

It doesn’t matter whether you are blogger or an entrepreneur running an e-commerce site, I’m sure you have no doubts that content marketing is not just a buzzword. it’s definite that more and more online marketers are realizing this fact and are giving more attention to providing valuable content on their e-commerce sites and blogs.

For those who are doing it well they are seeing more website traffic, generating more business leads and of course, increasing sales. it doesn’t matter the type or size of business involved, content marketing is already working wonders for these ones.

Unfortunately, the result is not the same for others. For every marketer who is succeeding with content marketing, there are 3 others who are failing. And this is because they are missing out some of the essential elements for success.

And so, in this article, I want to quickly present you with a few reasons why content marketing might fail you. In so doing, I hope you’ll be able to understand where you are getting it wrong and then make the necessary changes that will help you succeed with your web content marketing efforts.

Let’s get cracking…

Content Marketing Failures!

1. Failing to Make Your First Impression Count!

A popular line goes thus, “The first cut is the deepest cut!”

And that, to a great extent, is actually the biggest reason why content marketing is not working for many businesses.

A business’s website or blog is usually the primary medium of communicating with its target audience and the site’s content is usually the aspects of the business that is first noticed by visitors.  Unfortunately, many businesses overlook this fact, and instead showcase substandard content on their sites/blogs in the name of content marketing. Many even use recycled content, scrapped from other sites and expect to produce outstanding results.

What a deception!

The truth is, if you want to succeed as a content marketer you must commit to providing accurate, concise and informative content. The quality of your web content is basically the yardstick visitors will use in forming their initial opinions of your business. If your web content is poorly written and presented, it’s definite that you will not be able to hold the visitors attention.  Your site visitors are likely going to exit your website without a second thought.

It doesn’t matter how great your website design may be, what will truly help you connect with your site visitors with ease is your well-written and engaging web content. This is what will motivate the visitor to investigate your site further prompting him to learn more about your product/service which may lead to the results you desire.

2. Not Caring About Improving Search Engine Rankings

Beyond helping site visitors to form the right opinions about your business, your website content is important in influencing your search engine rankings. This is critical because the higher your site ranks on the search engines the larger the audience your business will be able to reach.

It’s interesting to note that the search engines understand that internet users desire quick and immediate results when they look for information online. To help them fulfill this desire, they have written complicated algorithms which enables them to present the most relevant websites when a user searches for a particular word or phrase.

And this is where your web marketing content becomes important.

Creating web content optimized specifically for certain keywords will help your content to rank high in the search engines. This is important because internet users value the results returned by the search engines and therefore will likely visit your site/blog if it ranks well in the search engines.

So, if you’re not optimizing your marketing content for the search engines you might just be sabotaging your own success because this is a good way the content on your website can greatly influence the size of the audience you are able to reach.

Though, not many business persons are experienced in creating content for the search engines it shouldn’t hinder you. Hiring a skilled SEO content writer can be of help.

3. You’re Ego-Centric Instead Of Customer-Centric

Wikipedia has this to say about egocentrics:

“Egocentrics regard themselves and their own opinions or interests as being the most important or valid. Self-relevant information is seen to be more important in shaping one’s judgements than do thoughts about others and other-relevant information (Windschitl, Rose, Stalkfleet & Smith, 2008). Egocentric people are unable to fully understand or to cope with other people’s opinions and the fact that reality can be different from what they are ready to accept.”

Unfortunately, many content marketers are ego-centric. They are self-centered. Instead of focusing on helping the customer with relevant and informative web content, all their communications flows from their selfish aims.

Of course, it’s a fact that your business is not a charity organization and that need to sell to make a gain, but if you don’t have a strategic plan for selling with your content, you’ll simply fail!

One thing that content marketing strategists have come to agree on is the fact that businesses that want to use content marketing successful should think more like publishers. Instead of using every opportunity to sell, you should, like the publisher, provide useful information to your target audience.

Now, a well written web marketing content can actually be customer-focused, persuasive and engaging while at the same time compelling enough to make the site visitor to do what you desire. You don’t have to be ‘salesy’ with every piece of content. You can actually sell with your content without blatantly advertising your products and services.

There’s no doubt that writing this type of marketing content can be quite complicated. But hiring a professional web content writer who is experienced and skilled at writing this type of informative and persuasive content will do the trick.

Conclusion

From all indications, content marketing is still in its infant stage. Getting it right now will definitely help you create an enduring experience with your target audience which will ultimately bring you the much desired success. there is more opportunities for everyone right now and so prepare and get involved in the best way possible. Learn to implement content marketing best practices and if possible, hire professional web content writers since this will give your more traction.

Your turn:  Do you think bloggers should care about content marketing?  What other reasons do you think is responsible for content marketing not working for many businesses? Share your thoughts with us in your comments.

How to Guarantee a Continuous Flow of Traffic with Your Guest Posts!

{This is a continuation of our guest blogging tips series. Please read the previous entries to better understand the flow of the topic.}

Ok, so let’s get on with it!

We have previously established that the primary reason why you want to starve your blog of one of your most promising posts is because you desire to funnel some traffic to your own blog/site from the host blog.

If that is so, which one will you rather go for, a momentary burst of traffic or a continuous flow that will continue over the years?

Can you imagine a situation where you submit a guest post for publication and 3 years on that guest post is still bringing you traffic?

Now, it will interest you to know that a few guest posts I did some 3 years ago are still driving traffic to this blog today! That indeed is reaping the fruits of a good seed sown in the past! 🙂

The truth is anyone can do it.  The only secret is in optimizing your guest posts for the search engines!

Not new right?

But you will be surprised how many guest bloggers care to do it. In fact, one of the most frequent questions I’ve heard asked about guest blogging is: Is it the responsibility of the guest blogger to optimize the post or that of the host blogger?

This is actually what has prompted this post as part of these guest blogging tips series. As much as I don’t want to be drawn into any form of controversy, I want to quickly give you just two reasons why you should optimize your guest posts.

Why Guest Bloggers Should Optimize Their Guest Posts

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Optimized Your Guest Posts to Drive Organic Free Traffic!

1. If your guest post is optimized and receives a good ranking on the search engines, it will receive more traffic beyond the regular blog readers and the more people who get to read the post the more people that will be funneled to your site!

2. Without optimizing your guest post it will soon become a forgotten piece of content weeks after publication. This is because, a few weeks after the post is published, it will soon be buried under newer content. When this happens, no one would know if it ever existed!  However, if it is optimized, there is the tendency of it ranking high in the SERPs thereby bringing in traffic, years after it is published!

Not satisfied with these reasons? No problem. Go on and submit your guest post. Add some activity to the host blog. Let the readers rave and cheer as they post their comments. But never complain if after a few days or weeks nobody cares to remember if you ever made any post there because you’ve succeeded only in adding value to the host blog!

But if you’ve seen reason from the above why guest bloggers should optimize their guest posts then I know definitely that you are not just shadow boxing as a guest blogger.

So, here is a simple guide on how to do it.

How to Optimize Your Guest Posts For an Endless Gush of Traffic

Note this, optimizing your guest posts can be as complicated as you want it to be.  However, there are simple yet effective techniques. What you need is to simply determine what keyword phrases to use and then implement them correctly in your post.

Here’s a simple guide to determine what Keyword phrases to target

1. Decide on your post’s subject. What are you going to write about? What pain will it heal? Is it going to answer a pressing question or will it satisfy a desire for the reader. Decide on this just as we have mentioned before every guest post you write must have a purpose.

2. With the above in mind, open Google’s free keyword tool to get a picture of how real people are searching for that subject online. This is called keyword research. This is essential.

3. From the various options that the keyword tool presents you, choose 3 to 5 to use in your post. It’s important that you get into your target audience’s frame of mind when choosing. That is, think like your target audience. Keyword tools only suggest potential keywords but the actual choosing is done by you. So you’ll need to evaluate the various suggestions.

Here are 3 elements that will help you evaluate the effectiveness of your target keyword:

1. Popularity – This is the easiest to evaluate. In fact, Google’s keyword tool simply tells you the popularity of a keyword phrase by the number of times it was searched for in the previous month.

2. Specificity – The keyword phrase you choose must be specific to your potential readers need.  This is best way that those who are ready to help you achieve your purpose, will find you. For example, if your guest post is to drive traffic to your site where you offer automobile bodywork services, obtaining a high ranking for the keyword “automobile companies” will get a torrent of people interested in everything from buying a car to changing their oil filters.

But these are not targeted.  But a keyword phrase like “automobile body shops” will definitely serve you much better since only those with trashed front ends or crumpled fenders will be directed to your site.

So be specific with your target keywords.

3. Consumer Motivation – What motivation prompts a person looking for a service or product to type in a particular word or phrase in the search engines? Another example here. Let’s say you want to write a guest post about recruiting new staff and someone out there is searching for a job as an IT manager in a new city. Which do you think will be of benefit to this person, “Seattle job listings” or “Seattle IT recruiters”?  Now, put yourself in this person’s shoes, which will you type in? The second one right? And that is because this person is differently motivated than someone who is just out of school and is casually trying to figure out what to do with their life.

Once you have determined what keywords to target with your guest post the next question will be, how do you use them?

Not to worry I have that covered also! So, let’s spill it 🙂

1. The Post Title – Always have your target keyword phrase in the title. If possible the exact phrase should appear at the beginning of the title. Please note that in a wordpress blog, your post title is by default the title tag which is the code that is enclosed within the <h1> and </h1> tags. This is important as it tells the search engines what your page is about.  Try as much as possible to restrict your title to between 65 and 70 characters.  This is both important for both the search engines and social bookmarking sites.

2. The Description Meta Tag – This is very important as it is what, most times, compel searchers to click on your article when they see it on the SERPs. Of the different pages on the search results, your page should be able, with the description, to convince the searcher beyond any doubt that it’s the one with the right information. So your page description should be something enticing. Note that if you do not write the description for your page, the search engines will simply grab the first few lines on your page as the description. Restrict your description to about 156 characters. This is to make room for some search engines like Google who will also include the date snippets before the description in the SERPs!

3. Make Good Use Of Your Target Keywords And its Variations In Your Post – Within your content make sure you sprinkle your target keyword phrase whenever possible. The frequent occurrence of that phrase in your blog will hint the search engines that your blog is really relevant to that topic. Ensure the phrase appears in the first and last paragraph.

Be careful of keyword stuffing. Rather than stuffing your article with your target keyword phrase, use variations or related terms instead.  A simple way of getting related terms to use is to do a search with your keyword phrase on Google.com; scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see related search phrases to the one you’re searching for. Here is an example of a search for “guest blogging seo”:

related searches keywords

Pick from these related searches and then use them in your post. This is a simple way of taking advantage of Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) – a concept that Google began to champion some time ago.

Guest Blogging Tips Takeaway

Except you want your guest posts to lose relevance a few weeks after it is published, you definitely want to optimize your guest post. This is the surest way of guaranteeing that it will continue to drive traffic to your site over the years.  Nevertheless, how much of optimization you decide to do depends greatly on you but if you will implement this simple guide you are sure to succeed.

If these tips for optimizing your guest post appear intimidating you may want to read my simple guide on keyword research. Combine the knowledge from these two articles and you would be prepared to craft monumental guest post that will promote your brand and business with ease.

Over to you: Let’s make this interactive as usual. Do you agree that guest bloggers should optimize their guest posts? Let’s have your views in the comment section.

How to Copyright Content: 5 Proven Tactics to Stop Content Theft & Ensure Your Content Is Not Copied!

There is a crime that many do not really consider as such – treating content on websites or blogs as anonymous and using it at will! Because of this content theft is a common thing online and most times small content owners, like bloggers, are often the target.

According to Wikipedia.com,

“Copyright is a legal concept, enacted by most governments, giving the creator of an original work exclusive rights to it, usually for a limited time. Generally, it is “the right to copy”, but also gives the copyright holder the right to be credited for the work, to determine who may adapt the work to other forms, who may perform the work, who may financially benefit from it, and other, related rights.”

Stop content copyright thievesUnfortunately, many are unaware of these content copyright issues while most of them deliberately rip off content from other websites/blogs and use it as their own. If you own a website or a blog – especially if it generates revenue – it is important that you take preventive measures to protect your content. The last thing you want to see is your content benefiting someone else more than you.

The following are some tactics on how to copyright web content and keep them away from content thieves.

1. Protect Your Content With Plug-Ins

The first preventive measure is to add protection plug-ins. Use RSS Footer and Antileech to make sure that even if your content is copied, you get full credit for it. These WordPress plug-ins either add your website link below your content, or spin it to make it look different. You should also disable the use of “right click copy paste” on your website to make your content difficult to be copied.

2. Include A Content Copyright Notice

Content thieves often target websites and blogs without a copyright notice. This gives them an idea that either the creator is a novice, or unbothered about his/her website’s content being copied. Create a copyright notice mentioning what you allow and what you don’t. Usually, it should state that the content on your website can not be used without your permission, and if used calls for legal action. If some websites use your content, they are liable to give you full credit for it. Let people know that you are aware of your rights.

3. Get A Creative Commons License

Your content copyright notice should scare most of the thieves away, but to be sure, get yourself a license. A creative commons license will legally make you the owner of your work, and can be used like a weapon if ever needed. If your website generates revenue, it’s most important that you get your content copyrighted. The license would legally define what you are willing to share and what you strictly don’t allow.

4. DMCA Protection

Digital Millennium Copyright Act makes all websites to adhere to the copyright laws. Register your website with DMCA and add their badge to your website to ensure the safety of your content. You can also buy the DMCA tool kit to find anyone using your content without your prior permission.

5. Protect Your Images And Other Documents

Image theft is also a common form of copyright violation. If the images on your website are your own – created by you or purchased – insert a watermark. People often search images through Google and copy the unclaimed ones. Placing a watermark is enough to warn them. It’s an effective and reliable method to protect your images from being used for profit.

The above content copyright measures though simple are effective in preventing content thieves from copying your content without crediting you. Follow them and you wouldn’t need to be worried about your content being copied. Because even if is copied, the responsible person/company is liable to face legal action. Usually, reporting to search engines or web hosts is enough to sabotage any plagiarism or theft attempt. Just keep a track of your website’s content using Copyscape.com and, make sure it is not misused.

Your comments and views on how to copyright content will be appreciated. If you support content copyright or not let us know in the comments below.

SEO and Social Media Optimization: A Powerful Combination for Winning the Online Marketing Battle!

Do you know anything about social media optimization? Are you effectively using it for your online business promotions?

Or, better still, what do you think of online social networking sites?

Do you consider them as just some great place where you could speak out against the insensitivity of those in government? Of course, if that is your idea of what social media is all about then there are various options open to you right now. You could pack your sleeping bags and join any of the protest sites. Occupy Wall Street is a good idea here!

But, how about doing something more rewarding with social media? I mean, something that could really improve your life and move your business forward? That would be interesting, right? Then you will want to read this through.

Online social networking has grown from just a platform for college kids and tech gurus to become a powerful way for us to connect with each other. Whether it’s in the area of quickly and easily accessing breaking news or it’s about galvanizing mass support for a cause, social media is today a major player.  The recent happenings in Northern Africa and other happenings like Occupy Wall Street, greatly testify to this.

However, the social media revolution is not just in our social interactions. Businesses also have been revolutionized by what is happening in the social networking sites. Today social networking and social media marketing have changed the way businesses interact with their customers/prospects. And it is indeed right to say that social media has placed the power of business branding squarely in the hands of the customers! So if you’re neglecting social media marketing as an entrepreneur, you’re only digging the grave for your business.

SEO and social media for business success

The Fusion of Social Media Optimization and SEO

With its growing popularity, social media has gradually infused itself into search engine optimization (SEO).  Before now, Search engine optimization has been known to be a powerful way for businesses to generate traffic online. Based on some on-site optimization and off-site link building tactics, seo has been the “traditional” or “conventional” way of getting targeted traffic from the search engines.

However, in recent times the search engines realizing the power of social media have incorporated it as one of the determinants for ranking a webpage in search engine result pages (SERPs). Bing appears to be the first to do this when they announced a social SEO partnership with Facebook in May 2011.

Google, the “Grand Daddy” of search, after a carefully structured adoption first by partnering with Twitter to present real-time search results then later by introducing its own social signal, the +1 button also in May 2011, has now finally launched its own social media platform, Google+ (G+).

It was not surprising when Google Plus took the social media world by storm by reporting a growth of about 10million users in just about 16 days of launch!  Industry watchers immediately recognized that Google was determined to play a major role in the social media game.

Now, the waiting game is over for Google has just announced, about 2 weeks ago, that they are officially infusing social media into their search algorithm. In an official blog post Amit Singhal of Google wrote on 11/03/2011:

“Given the incredibly fast pace at which information moves in today’s world, the most recent information can be from the last week, day or even minute, and depending on the search terms, the algorithm needs to be able to figure out if a result from a week ago about a TV show is recent, or if a result from a week ago about breaking news is too old.

We completed our Caffeine web indexing system last year, which allows us to crawl and index the web for fresh content quickly on an enormous scale. Building upon the momentum from Caffeine, today we’re making a significant improvement to our ranking algorithm that impacts roughly 35 percent of searches and better determines when to give you more up-to-date relevant results for these varying degrees of freshness.”

With this official announcement, the use of Google’s +1 button as a ranking signal in Google’s algorithm to determine how well a site ranks in the SERPs has finally been confirmed.

This Is A Big Opportunity for Businesses That Are Adept At Using Social Media Marketing

Social media and SEO for success

As the situation stand now, there is no doubt about it. Social media optimization is imperative for your online business.  The traditional ways of generating traffic online through search engines have gone beyond just optimizing your site for the search engines (SEO). You must have in place a system to infuse social media optimization to your traditional search engine optimization (SEO).  And so if you’re marketing online and you’ve not started implementing a social media optimization strategy, you’ll do yourself some great good if you start right away!

This subject is definitely in its infancy but if you get in right now you’ll stand a better chance of winning the game.  Because of my interest and enthusiasm about SEO, I’ve been studying the subject of social media optimization for some time now. Right now, the results from my studies have been enough to literally force me to renew my interest in social media marketing.

Like I mentioned in one of my posts, I’ve recently renewed my interest in using twitter. One of the first things I did was to change my twitter handle to @IncomeMC with plans to increase my use of the platform. The WebIncomeJournal Facebook fan page is also receiving more attention than before. You can take a look at our fan page here. (We’ll be glad if you can post your comments and suggestions on how we can improve the page).

Besides, I’ve recently created a profile on Google Plus and LinkedIn.  Before now, I’ve really not paid much attention to them but with these revolutionary SEO social media changes, it will be foolhardy to be an onlooker!

So, the question right now is, are you paying attention while the search engines are pointing out the direction marketing is taking online? Are you really listening? Do you have in place a system for optimizing your social media marketing right now? Or, do you want to wave it off as one of those things?

You Need a Social Media Optimization Strategy

One of my popular saying is:

“Without A Strategy You Will End Up In Tragedy!”

Now, I must say, when it comes to social media optimization, this is very true.  You need a strategy. This was something that was missing in my earlier attempts at social media marketing. The end result of that lack of a strategy was that my efforts ended in frustration.

But I’m now ready to remedy that. To this end I’ve been updating my knowledge about the subject of social media marketing and I’ll want to share some of the wisdom gleaned so far with you. This post is actually a prelude to a series of posts I will be doing on this subject in the coming days. As usual you can be assured that I’ll hold nothing back. Every detail will be presented in an understandable voice as to help you structure and implement your own social media optimization strategy.  That is, if you do not have one right now.

There are some resources that are really helping me along this line. One of them is this free ebook, “The Definitive Social Media Guidebook – Ways to Integrate Your SEO and Social Media Marketing.”  I must say that for a free ebook, this one is truly amazing. Instead of trying to convince you on why you should read it, I will simply point you to where you can download a free copy right away.  So, click here and get it. You can thank me later!

If however, you want something more in-depth and that present a step by step formula, then getting a copy of “The Social Media Bible: Tactics, Tools, and Strategies for Business Success” is just the right choice. At $17.46, this is actually a giveaway. Considering the power of social media optimization and what it can do for your business in today’s economy, an investment of $17.46 is really nothing. You can easily recoup that once you begin to implement the strategies learned.  Click here to get a copy of “The Social Media Bible” at Amazon.com.

Conclusion

Ignoring social media optimization in the face of the changing trends in search engine optimization is definitely an entrepreneurial suicide. Your business, online or off-line, will be stunted without the nourishment provided by social media nutrients. You could decide that social media is all about hosting protest and speaking out against the ills of the society but remember, your competition is using social media optimization right now. If you neglect it, your competition will simply leave you in the dust!

Over to You:  As always I love to read and reply to your comments so do not hesitate to share your views on the subject of social media optimization below. Are you already implementing a social media optimization strategy or do you think it is not really necessary? Let’s have your say.

 

WordPress SEO: How to Increase Your Link Popularity with One-Way Links!

SEO and Link Building

[UPDATE: This post is part of a series on WordPress SEO written way before Google introduces a whole lot of changes in the seo terrain including but not limited to Panda and Penguin updates, EMD update etc. Most of the tactics and strategies discussed in this post though still relevant are not effective as they used to be. You’re therefore advised to use the with caution]

Today I’m dealing with link popularity with special focus on how to create off-site seo one-way back links. Remember in the previous post on off-site search engine optimization I said off-site seo is nothing but acquiring links from other relevant and related sites. The purpose of course is to increase your link popularity which is important for your seo rankings. So in this post I want to expand on this and then give you some ways of creating those backlinks easily.

Link Popularity and SEO Ranking

Link Popularity? But What The Heck Is That, Anyway?

Ok, link popularity simply refers to the ranking that the search engines assign to your website or blog. It is a system created by Google but now virtually all the most popular search engines employ it to rank your web pages in their indexes. It is based, of course, on the discretion of the search engines who, using their secret ranking indexes, give status and ranking to sites that have links to their pages from related, quality sites. It is a simple formula indeed but it is an important one since it determines the ranking your blog page gets when a searcher enters a keyword into any of the search engines.

For example, while dealing with the subject of on-site seo we emphasized that it is important for you to research your target keyword phrases and then include them in your content, page title, url and description tags. Now think of a situation where 3, 4, or 10 other blogs all do this with the same keyword phrase. Will the search engines put all on the same ranking, say #4 on the SERPs?

No, of course!

So how do the search engines determine where to put each of these pages? It’s simply by checking their link popularity! This is why most times even when you have done everything about optimizing your blog pages for the search engines you’ll discover that another more bigger and popular site outrank your page on the SERPs even when they have not taken care of all the seo elements in their pages. The search engines are simply using their link popularity to outrank your blog!

Did I hear you say that’s unfair? But life is unfair, in most ways! 🙂

You don’t need to complain about that. Instead do what you should do now and maybe sometime in the future, when you’re as big as those other sites, you’ll also receive that unfair advantage!

The point I want you to understand here is that increasing your link popularity is as important as keyword research and creating killer content!

So, here are,

5 Off-Site SEO Strategies For Creating One-Way Links To Increase Link Popularity

One-way backlinks are definitely better than link exchanges. Here are 5 proven ways of creating one-way links:

(1) Get Listed In A Popular Directory Like Open Directory Project And Yahoo

This is one quick way of getting a high quality link back to your blog. If your blog/site is business-related, you will want to be listed on Yahoo though this will cost you around $300 a year. But the truth is, that will be money well spent. However, if it is non-commercial, the listing will be free, but it will take a whole lot of time and follow-up to actually get it listed. Open Directory on the other hand will give you a free listing whether you are business-related or non-commercial but be prepared to make a lot of follow-up inquiries before you see your site listed.  One thing you should note when submitting your blog for listing in any of these directories is to ensure that you select the most appropriate category.

(2) Write And Submit Articles To Article Directories

This is really a simple one-way link building strategy that many bloggers have overlooked. But used well, it can really help greatly in increasing your blog’s link popularity. Unfortunately, blackhat online marketers have over the years abused this system but not minding that you can use it to achieve good results if you want to. When recently Google “slapped” most of these article directories during the panda update many bloggers thought article marketing was dead. But that is far from the truth. Most of these article directories still maintain high search engine rankings and are still receiving a huge flood of traffic everyday. Getting a link from them could be a plus for your blog.

One simple strategy of using this system is by submitting your blog posts to the article directories a day or two after you’ve published them. Make sure that your blog post has been indexed by the search engines and then minimally rewrite the post and submit to any article directory of your choice starting with ezinearticles.com.

Note: It is important that you re-write the article a little just to guide against duplicate content issues. But that shouldn’t worry you since the article is already indexed on your blog.

(3) Take Advantage of Social Sites like Squidoo etc

Another powerful way you can build one-way back links for off-site seo is to create squidoo lenses, hubpages and free blogs on blogspot.com and wordpress.com. Just like you did with article submissions, you can rework some of your articles and post them to these sites with back links to your blog. Remember to link to both individual pages and your home page. The search engines frequently visit these sites and they will found your links in those places and will index them for your blog.

(4) Dedicate Yourself To Guest Posting

This is actually a new form of article marketing that has become very popular amongst bloggers. There are different advantages to guest posting as a blogger. But of all these the greatest is the link popularity you can achieve through it.  For example, guest posting on a dofollow blog like the Web Income Journal will not only expose your blog to other bloggers who frequent this blog but also get you a dofollow link in the process. Now think of guest posting in any of the a-list blogs out there! Ok, I can see your eyes already rolling with desire! ?

Enticing, right?

Here’s a simple guide for unrivalled guest blogging success:

(a) Read and understand the terms of the blog you want to guest post.

(b) Read a few of the posts on the blog to understand the direction of the content.

(c) Take a careful look at the comments to have a picture of the blog’s audience.

(d) Write your guest post with a hard hitting headline.

(e) Check your already published posts and put a link back to one of them in your guest post content.

(f) Write a killer byline at the end of your guest post with a link back to your blog (home page).

(g) Submit your guest post using the approved submission system.

If you’ll follow the above guide you’ll not only get your guest articles in some of the high traffic blogs out there but you will also succeed in getting some high profile backlinks to your blog. Over time you will succeed in increasing your link popularity.

In all of these bear in mind that the quality of sites will greatly enhance your link popularity. Besides, the blogs where you guest post should be blogs that are, in some way, related to yours so that, not only will your link popularity increase, but your customer/readership base may also be expanded.

(5) Organize or Sponsor Blog Contests

This is another powerful and quick way of creating one-way links to your blog. Usually for anyone to participate in the blog contest they will have to announce the contest in their own blogs with links to all the sponsor’s and organizers’ blogs/sites. You have the power of deciding the anchor texts with which they are to link back to your blog. Do a search on Google and you’ll see examples of such blog contest. Study how they are doing it and come up with your own ideas. For a wider reach you can always look for sponsors who will be eager to contribute some prizes to the contest.

Conclusion: Off-site seo strategies definitely takes time to add up. When you decide on a particular strategy ensure that you work on it for some time. A hit and run attitude will amount to noting but a continuous and dedicated approach will produce the right results that will increase your link popularity over time.

Over to you: How much of off-site seo have you been doing? On-site and off-site seo which one do you think you should focus on more? Let’s have your views in the comments below.

How To Make Money Online On A Shoestring Budget!

Sometime ago I received an email from a reader asking something like this:

“I’m a newbie just starting online. I’ve been reading a lot of information about making money online but most of these seem way too advanced for me. I am really interested on making some money from marketing online but I don’t know how to go about it. Can you give me some ideas and a plan on how to do this?

P.S. Please note that I’ve no product of my own!”

When I received that email the first thought that came to my mind was, are there really some people who are still completely uncertain of how to make money online?

Now, please get me right here. You know, sometimes after years of marketing online and reading a lot of blogs that talk about making money online, we seem to have the impression that just about everything that you need to is out there and so everyone should know. But that email was a reminder for me that it is a wrong reasoning!

In replying to that email I was careful to include the needed details on how to go about setting up a system that will [amazon_link id=”0470633956″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]help a newbie make some money online[/amazon_link]. Of course, I tried to avoid too many complications as much as possible. But after that reply I had the feeling that a great lot of details have been left out considering the limitations of email. In light of that I took a decision to do something more detailed and therefore this post.

I’ve decided to make it a step by step plan and as basic and simple as possible. This is to ensure that no matter what level anyone reading it may be at, he/she will found it useful. Of course this post is for complete newbies so if you found it too basic simply ignore it and read some other post!

The plan set out on this post lays out how you can make money online on a shoestring budget. I must say when I started out online I was right in that boat with little knowledge about internet marketing and with little money to invest in most of the programs and “sure-fire cash cows” others were buying into then. But the good thing is that somehow this disadvantaged position worked to my advantage as I had to invest in the only asset I had then – time. I invested time to study whatever I can about making money online and by the time I began to make some money and invest that in expanding my online business, I was better equipped to use the programs and other systems I invested in.

Please note that what I’m laying out below is not my system. It is a system that many have found to be truly powerful and workable. Over the years I’ve adapted it to different markets with a few modifications and I’ve always found it effective. So if you’re looking for a system that will help you make money online with a minimum cost to you then read this post very carefully. I hope you find it helpful.

(Apologies: This post is unusually long unlike most of the posts you are familiar with here. This is because of the details that needed to be included so bear with me!)

So let’s begin.

Step 1: Become an Affiliate at Clickbank.Com

The simple and easiest way I have found to make money online when you do not have a product of your own is to join affiliate programs and one such very powerful affiliate program on the net is clickbank.com. A free account at clickbank.com allows you to promote every product or service listed on the site. You don’t have to create a separate account for the individual products. Just one account and you have access to all the products.

The products offered at Clickbank.com are “digital” products which can be downloaded immediately after purchase. There are no shipping costs and because of this most of the products on the Clickbank.com marketplace, are stunningly high on the commissions paid to affiliates. In most cases you could get a commission that is as high as 75%! This has made clickbank.com a favorite of affiliate marketers but unfortunately it has also pushed up the level of competition. But not minding this competition setting up a system like the one we are dealing with here will help you make the kind of money you want.

So the first thing you will need to do is signup for your free account at clickbank.com and proceed to step 2.

Step 2: Market/Keyword Research

Frankly these are two different steps but because they are closely related, I have decided to put them together. Market research is about doing some online research to decide on a market that is hot on demand at the moment. That is, people are presently spending money in this market. Some of the pointers that will help you decide if a market is hot are:

1. Are other vendors targeting this market?

2. Are marketers spending money on advertising to buyers in this market?

3. Are there people searching for information on the search engines for this market?

These and many other indicators will help you pick on a profitable market to target.

Keyword research on the other hand is about deciding on the keywords/phrases you will be targeting to get a better ranking on the search engines. For example, if you chose the relationship market, some of the keywords you may want to target are “relationship repair,” “relationship rescue,” “save my marriage,” “stop my divorce,” etc. (it may interest you to know that this is actually the market wherein I made my first commission on clickbank.com a few years ago!)

The topic of market and could take a whole post of its own and so I’ll not go into details on how to go about it but [amazon_link id=”0313306761″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]here is a powerful resource [/amazon_link] that will greatly help you. However, if you desire to explore this may want to read some post on this subject I did way back. As we are talking about making money online on a shoestring budget on this post, I will advice you use Google’s free Keyword Tool for both of this research.

Step 3: Get a Free Blog at Blogger.com

Blogger.com allows you to create as many blogs as you want, for free. Now I must say I’m passionately enthusiastic about the wordpress blogging platform but creating a wordpress blog that will allow you the type of freedom that is needed to do what we want demands you having a domain name and webhost. Of course getting these could really be cheap. But as a beginner I’ll advice that you go with Blogger.com. You can easily move the blog to wordpress blog later on when you start making money and you’re more experience about running a blog.

When creating your blog at Blogger.com make sure that you use the keywords you decided on from step 2 above both on the blog name and the domain name. Your domain name will look something like this:

www.YourDomainName.blogspot.com

For example, using our Relationship market and one of the keyword phrase above, your domain will look something like:

www.relationship-rescue-tips.blogspot.com

Step 4: Take a Trip Back To Clickbank.com/Marketplace

Indeed you may have done this while doing your market and keyword research but if not, then you need to do it now and choose a product or products to promote. I usually choose about 3 products in each market. Of course you will discover that for each market/niche there are various products to choose from. Once you’re on the site simply pick a category and a sub-category and you will be taken to a page full of listings of products to promote. Select each of these products and visit the product site and take a good look at the sales page. Using commonsense and your own judgment ask the following question before deciding on a product:

1. If I’m having this problem will I go for this product?

2. Does this sales page address the emotional buttons associated with this market?

3. Are there enough social proof? Does the sales page have testimonials of people who have benefited from the product?

4. Is the sales page professionally done?

Of course there are other “technical” indicators like the product price, the commission percentage, and the gravity (i.e. how many affiliates earned a commission on that product in the past one or two week pay period) that are shown on the listings in clickbank.com/marketplace. But using these indicators could be a little advance for the beginner. I actually believe that using the above commonsense questions you can make a good choice of a product to sell on clickbank.com.

Once you’ve decided on the products you want to promote, click on the link that says “Create Hoplink” located underneath the product to get your affiliate link. This is what you will need to include in your blog articles to make a commission on the product.

Step 5: Review the Product(s) On Your Blog

Armed with your affiliate links and some information from the product site, your next move is to write a product review. Note that you’re not writing a sales pitch, the sales page for the product you’re promoting will take care of that. Most of these sales pages are written by professional sales copywriters. All you need to do is guide people there.

Please note that this part of the system is very important because if your review is able to put the prospect in the right frame of mind before visiting the product sales page, you have a higher certainty of them purchasing the product. So if you cannot write a product review, do not hesitate to outsource it to someone. A freelance writer may not charge too much for a product review for a Clickbank product. You can expect to pay anywhere from $10 – $20 for a custom-written product review, depending on the writer and the word count of the review.

If you have taken note you will discover that until this point you have spent $0, so if you will spend $10 – $20 for the product review you will not be doing badly!

Important: Remember to add your affiliate link to your product review at least in the first paragraph and at the bottom. Whatever the length of the review, at the end, you can give a strong “Call to action” so that the reader will be compelled to click on your affiliate link.

Bonus Tip: One secret that have helped me very well in writing very powerful review copies is by signing up for the affiliate programs of the product I want to promote, if there is one. When you visit the product sales page, take a look at the bottom of the page to see if there is an affiliate link. Vendors who offer this type of affiliate programs usually offer promotional materials that can help you writing your review copy!

Step 6: Drive Traffic to Your Review Blog

Once your blog is set up your next move is to drive ‘targeted’ traffic to it. These are the people who are actually interested in the product that you are reviewing. And the way to drive targeted traffic to your review blog is to write articles and submit them to article directories like Ezinearticles.com and GoArticles.com. These are some of the top article directories out there. (Not minding the recent google panda update that affected Ezinearticles.com negetively, they are still way up the ladder!) If you write articles in the niches that you are promoting, and you give away some good information with a link to your review blog in your resource box at the end of each article, you will be able to drive targeted traffic to your blog. And if your review blog is able to convincingly send this traffic to the product sales page these could easily convert into sales, which means you will earn yourself some affiliate commissions!

A few other things you will need to do to drive more quality, targeted traffic to your blog include (but not limited to) backlink building, social networking, pinging your blog etc. A more recent one you may want to try is write guest post and publish them on blogs targeting your niche market. You must know that the more targeted leads you drive to your review blog, the more sales you will make. It’s really simple, but it does take work and time.

Conclusion: This is indeed a simple but effective method of making money online even if you have no product and you’re starting on a shoestring budget. Creating a review blog on blogger.com to market affiliate products costs nothing to do but can earn you a potentially unlimited income. Depending on how much traffic you drive to your blog and the conversion rates, you can build yourself a flourishing online business using this exact model.

Over to you: Do you have a few suggestions you will want to add to this game plan? Do you think this is basic enough for any newbie to implement and make some money online? I will be glad if you can add your voice to this plan in the comments below.

Blog Blueprint: Finally, The Auto Blog Software You’d Been Waiting For!

Blog BlueprintWhen I did a post a few days ago on the turn of events as regards building auto blogs I did say that autoblogging is definitely going to be the next level of making money blogging. Here was the question I posed in that post:

With the revelations from people like Jason and of course with other autobloging products in the market don’t you think many bloggers would now be considering this “new” way of blogging?

And I answered with this:

I’m sure you already know the answer! In fact many of those who were speaking against it will now have a rethink.

True to that statement those who downloaded the “Top 13 Autoblogging Blunders” report showed how open they are to autoblogging.  Over 814 comments were recieved and all have a good word for autoblogging!

And now the wait is over. The new auto blog system, Autoblogging 3.0 is  live today. From all indications it is set to change the system of building auto blogs forever. Of course, autoblogging got a bad rap over the past years but, that’s definitely changing from today.

Blog Blueprint, christianed “Autoblogging 3.0,” is part of a new training and software system that’s  about using the latest tactics to get free traffic using autoblogs. You don’t have to be afraid of getting constantly slapped or nixed by google. It’s simply a near-perfect way to autoblog while still keeping the search engines happy!

Please note that I said, near perfect way to autoblog, because I believe there is no perfect way out there. But what Blog blueprint promises is definitely a system that bloggers have always looked forward to.  That’s why everyone is so impressed with this new software and training system. No search engine tricks or loopholes required!

Instead of battling the search engines with tricks and shady tactics, you can now take a different approach by giving the search engines what they want and you’d be the WINNER. No more using the latest search engine hack, loophole or “underground” methods. You can now build a solid, search engine friendly autoblogging business that wont get slapped or terminated in 3 weeks.

So if you are getting tired of slugging it out in the search engines producing a trickle of traffic, this is the blueprint you’ve been waiting for. Be among the first, get the blueprint  and recieve the *limited-quantity* fast action bonuses before they are GONE!