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Top 10 Sources For Massive Web Site Traffic

Posted by Jackie R. on May 3, 2007

Experienced webmasters know there are special sources or places on the web which will send massive amounts of traffic to your site. They also know, if harnessed properly, these mega traffic sites will supply any web site with a steady stream of visitors.

Perhaps the best source of web site traffic is Google. That’s not exactly a Newsflash, but the key to getting massive amounts of traffic from Google is to go wide and long. With this strategy, instead of targeting highly popular keywords which may be too competitive for your site to win, you create a whole multitude of lesser known long tail keyword phrases to bring in the traffic.

This traffic takes longer to build but because very few webmasters bother with these longer phrases, your keywords will be more stable and secure. Develop a whole list of these traffic generating keyword phrases and Google will reward you with a whole flood of targeted visitors stemming from these thousands of small dribbles of long tail keyword traffic.

Turning these dribbles of traffic into massive amounts is not a difficult task, one very effective way to tap into the entire search engine source of traffic is to tag everything. Tags are just another name for keywords. As Web 2.0 or Social Bookmarking sites become more and more popular, tagging will become extremely important. You must be especially careful of how you tag the content on your site or sites. If you’re using a blogging system like WordPress, all your categories will be considered tags automatically. If you’re creating URLs, be careful to place your keyword phrase in your links.

Another effective way to tap into the whole keyword traffic system is to include your keyword phrase or variations of it in your articles while promoting your site. Place your anchor text in your links in the resource box at the end of each article.

Over time, as these articles become distributed all over the web, they will create a steady stream of targeted visitors to your site. Simple, effective and very powerful.

You are probably tired of hearing about Web 2.0 and the new Social Bookmarking sites but they are some of the best places for massive traffic on the web. Any webmaster who has been Slashdotted already knows this fact all too well; if you get a listing on the homepage of Slashdot.com you will immediately start receiving thousands of visitors to your site. It can be somewhat scary.

A similar experience is getting one of your articles published in ezines run by Addme.com, SiteProNews.com, WebProNews.com, as well as others. These ezines go out to hundreds of thousands of readers and can produce massive traffic back to your site.

However, much of this sudden traffic is only temporary and most savvy webmasters know it would be wise to try and capture the contact information of these temporary visitors for follow-up targeting. Turn that temporary visitor into a patron of your site by offering a free ecourse or an email newsletter.

The same marketing technique should be applied to traffic coming from all these social media sites. Don’t think of your traffic as just numbers in your website’s stats, but rather as potential customers who will return to your site again and again.

Keep this strategy in mind as you target some of these Top Sources of massive traffic on the web:

1. Digg.com
2. Netscape.com
3. Ezinearticles.com
4. Del.icio.us
5. StumbleUpon.com
6. Reddit.com
7. Slashdot.org
8. BlinkList.com
9. Furl.net
10. Squidoo.com

You should be actively promoting these social bookmarking sites by allowing your visitors to easily bookmark your content. You should be creating your own content on sites like Squidoo and placing links back to your site.

Of course, there are countless other sources of massive traffic on the web. Press releases is another effective way of quickly drawing in massive traffic to your site. Sites like PRWeb can deliver targeted traffic very quickly and efficiently.

Another very effective and high converting venue you should try is Yahoo! Answers, a simple process where users post a question and other members/experts offer answers. Used correctly this can be a good source of targeted traffic.

Don’t forget other important search engines such as MSN Live, traffic from MSN has earned a solid reputation for converting
very well. So optimize your web pages for MSN Live Search and you will probably see an increase in your sales as well as your

Always keep in mind, the underlying key factor running through all these sources of massive traffic is unique quality content. You must create good original content on your sites as well as in your articles and posts. Your content must be informative, useful or entertaining. For in the end, it is this quality content that will create the interest, the links and the massive traffic to your site.

Don’t ignore this factor or your quest for massive web site traffic will be extremely difficult, if not impossible to achieve.

The author Titius Hoskins is a full-time online marketer.
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How to get your new site listed in Yahoo search engine quickly

Posted by Jackie R. on March 15, 2007

If you have a new website and you want it to be listed at Yahoo search engine quickly, here is one trick for you.

1). Go to blogger.com, go through the process and set up a new blog. Start your content writing and posting, and I recommend posting new fresh original content that search engines love.

2). Once you have your blog ready, take notice of what the RSS feed URL of your blog. You can find it right at the bottom of your blogger page. You will see something like this, “Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)”. Right click on the link here to copy the URL of the feed. It should be something like this “http://myblogname.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default”

3). Go to your My Yahoo page. I am sure everyone has at least one Yahoo account. Once you have logged in, click on the “Add Content” tag. In the next page, click on the right side of the Find Content Box and where it says “Add RSS by URL”. Click it, then it will take you to another page where you need to add in your feed URL. Then press “Add”. This means your blog’s RSS feed has been added to your My Yahoo page. It will be even better if there are more people adding your feed to their My Yahoo page. You will find that your new blog posts will be captured under your My Yahoo! That’s the power of RSS.

4). Continue to add more original posts in your blog. In your posts you need to add keywords and those keywords need to be hyperlinked to your website that you want to be listed in yahoo. Repeat this process for all the sites you want to be listed in Yahoo.

This is a very fast method of getting your new sites crawled by Yahoo spiders. If you are serious into online marketing, do focus on Yahoo as well because there are people who just use Yahoo to search for information only. You don’t want to miss this group of people. In the end, you’ll find that your blog is spidered too.

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My brief review of SEO Elite software

Posted by Jackie R. on March 10, 2007

I downloaded Brad Callen’s SEO Elite software for a 7 day trial recently.

The software is easy to use and I am impressed by it’s rich SEO functionalities.

As you know, we SEO guys like to check the rankings often and sometimes, we need to browse through the SERP page by page in order to find our sites. This is very time consuming definitely. But with SEO Elite, this will be automatically searched in major search engines like Google and Yahoo. If you think your sites have been ‘sandboxed’, this feature can let you confirm because one of my newer sites dropped from 16th position to 834th position overnight and if not for this feature, I don’t think I’ll have the patience to search through the SERP.

One other feature I have tried out so far is back link analysis. It checks for you what sites are linking to yours via what anchor text. It also tells you the number of anchor links you have and its percentage.

There are also a few other very useful SEO features in this software, like link building or article submissions.

If you are serious into SEO and wish to get your results fast, I will fully recommend this superb software SEO Elite to you. It really speeds up your work and greatly cuts down those repetitive SEO mouse clicks.

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Social Bookmarking for Internet Marketers

Posted by Jackie R. on March 1, 2007

Social bookmarking is one of the hottest Web 2.0 online trends. The concept of social bookmarking is about 10 years old, but due to it’s recent explosive growth, it has just now become one of the new internet “buzz words”.

It’s important for internet marketers to understand social book marking and how it can help them promote their products and services.

So, what is social bookmarking? What is social bookmarking’s purpose? Why is social bookmarking important to internet marketers?

What is Social Bookmarking? You are probably already familiar with bookmarking web sites, that you want to visit again, using your Internet Explorer or Firefox web browser. The bookmarks you create to these sites are for your personal use and are stored on your computer.

Social Bookmarking is the next step in bookmarking, where you and others can share bookmarks to web sites you think may be of interest to others. This is done via Social Bookmarking services. After you have signed up for the Social Bookmarking service, you will be allowed to register a website, site description and tags (keywords) with the service – this is a bookmark. You will also be allowed to share this bookmark, or you can keep it private (depending on the service). This information is stored by the Social Bookmarking service, and is not stored on your computer.

What is Social Bookmarking’s Purpose? There are really two major purposes behind social bookmarking.

1. The main purpose of social bookmarking is to have people with like interests bookmarks sites that they think would be useful, or interesting, to others who have the same interests. For example, I love fly fishing. Let’s say I find a site that contains some great custom-built fly fishing rods for an inexpensive price. I would bookmark that site with one of several possible bookmarking services. I would give the site I’m bookmarking a title, a description and tags (keywords) related to inexpensive custom built fly fishing rods. I would make sure the bookmark is set to public so others could find it, and would then have have created a social bookmark.

Now when people search the social bookmarking service, using the tag words used to define the bookmarked sites, they are presented with a list of related sites. Using our fly fishing example above – When someone searches for “fly fishing rods” they would be given a list of related sites, including the custom fly fishing rod site we bookmarked. Most bookmarking services also have a rating system so the most popular sites are at the top of the list.

2. Another great benefit of social bookmarking is, once you have social bookmarked your favorite sites, you can easily find those bookmarked sites from any computer connected to the internet. You simply log into the online social bookmarking service and find the website you bookmarked. This can be very helpful if you have many websites you like to monitor, when you are away from home and you are not at your primary computer.

Why is social bookmarking important to internet marketers? Since social bookmarking sites are generally very popular sites that get a lot of traffic, they have high Google page ranks and are visited often by search engines. Submitting your site to the social bookmarking services, increases the chance your site will be crawled by the search engines. I have seen my sites crawled by Google only one day after registering my site to social bookmarking services.

Submitting to social bookmarking services is also a great way to get one way, incoming, high page rank links coming to your website which helps increase your page rank.

But most importantly, if your website is seen as having value to a group of people, your bookmark can be rated highly and can create a ton of very targeted traffic to your website.

Social bookmarking is growing at a phenomenal rate and if you want to market on the internet, you need to add social bookmarking to your set of internet marketing tools.

Mike Gates is a home business entrepreneur, specializing in creating multiple income streams using information products, affiliate programs and network marketing.

Mike Gates is the author of the popular affiliate marketing tips guide AffiliatePayDay http://www.affiliatepayday.com

Mike teaches affiliate marketers how to earn residual monthly income from residual affiliate programs.

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RSS – it’s getting hotter there each day.

Posted by Jackie R. on January 27, 2007

Traditionally, content searching has been solely dominated by search engines ever since the early days of internet development. I can still vividly remember Altavista is the brand name in search engines prior to the emergence of Google in late 90s. Altavista is still around today but seriously, I wonder how many people really use it. I tried a search there for one of my keywords and the SERP is so radically different from Google’s.

But the dominance of search engines for content syndication is about to be intruded by a rather new technology called RSS or Really Simple Syndication. It is really not that simple for newbies because I spent a lot of time learning it one year back. But I guess it is easier to be understood by newbies due to the growing popularity of blogs and the active adoption of RSS feeds by major content companies.

All bloggers can be considered as unofficial journalists. In fact successful bloggers have become the stars of internet because they have large following and that means highly monetized. They have large subscription of their RSS feeds. Every update they make are broadcast to thousands of subscribers and this may be exponential sometimes. With this it means it is a highly lucrative way of doing affiliate marketing because the basic trust is already established.

Everyone is giving a fair chance to be successful in blogging as long as you are determined and consistent. Partly this is made easier by the sheer number of RSS and blog directories. These directories can easily give your blog excellent traffic and exposure provided you have good content to syndicate. It is exactly this reason why the role is gradually focused on RSS and blog aspects and less emphasis is now on search engine optimization techniques. This gives rise to a new fancy term called RSS Search Engine Marketing or RSSEM. Have you heard of it before? I am seeing it more and more.

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1 post per day – that’s not difficult, isn’t it?

Posted by Jackie R. on January 27, 2007

Got to admit, many times before I started a new post, the couple of hours before I started any typing, there’s this kind of uneasy feeling about what to type today. It’s getting a bit gibberish due to the inner fear of lacking new fresh content for today. I wonder whether any avid bloggers have this type of feeling? Any expert bloggers can share how to overcome this kind of blogging blocks?

I know content is king to search engines, especially the almighty Google everyone is aiming at. Everyone in this SEO or serious blogging is absolutely crazy about the rankings in SERP and that magical pagerank number. Web2007 is currently at PR4, a jump from 0 to 4 in one single update. I consider it kind of achievement which I can be proud of. I have some other blogs in other topics which jump from 0 to 2 so you can sense the excitement for this one. I will definitely continue to strive on.

Well, when it comes to writing proper, somehow I just manage to clear the wandering mind and I told myself I got to type something sensible no matter how because everyday you live and survive so surely you got stuff to share. That will set a momentum and it will snowball to something strong in yourself. This is how you can be serious about blogging.

In conclusion, I set myself a target of posting at least 1 post per day. Because I want spiders to visit my blog all the time.

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Practical top tips for blogging success

Posted by Jackie R. on January 24, 2007

After some research and exchanging tips with some more experienced internet marketers, I have listed a few pointers about how to attract more visitors to your blog. There are no right or wrong way really, it’s mostly lots of trials, experiments, reviews and repeat the process until you have reached the desired level. Here they are:

(A). Post as many fresh content posts as you can per day. Fill these posts with your specific keywords to target. But no keyword spammings please.

(B). Make full use of Yahoo! and Google Reader. Almost everyone with internet access on this planet has Yahoo and Google account I bet. When you have a content rich blog ready, submit its RSS feed to My Yahoo and Google Reader. It will be better if you can burn the feed first using feedburner as it allows you to monitor your feed popularity.Also it helps to get your blog indexed earlier by these 2 search engines.

(C). Also submit your blog to other relevant search engines like MSN, AOL, Altavista.

(D). Submit your content rich blog to the largest open directory online, dmoz.org for their approval.

(E). Submit your blog to as many RSS directories as possible. It is time consuming but you can make use of RSS submitter software to speed up the process.

(F). Leave relevant and appropriate comments at as many other related blogs as possible. I advise to focus more on high PR blogs but do not ignore those newer blogs with PR0 as you never know how high its PR will be in the future.

(G). Be more active in forums. There are forums about any topic. Try to post as many as you can and attach your posts with your blog signature as a relevant backlink. Be courteous in forums though so that others may not take you as a signature spam.

(H). Use social bookmarking sites like stumbleupon, del.icio.us, digg, furl, reddit, newsvine and so many others around. Search engines like Google spiders these sites very often as these are content paradise to them. Use tags to save your bookmarks here.

(I). Use track backs. If there is a blog that you refer to or quote and it is highly relevant to your subject, leave a track back. It increases your link popularity and may even score a few interested readers from the linked site.

(J). I nearly miss out blog directories. Submit your blog to as many blog directories as possible. Technorati is a must.

(K). Start your linking process. Contact relevant webmasters to trade reciprocal links. It will be even better if you can get one way links from other sites.

(L). Join networking sites like Ryze, LinkedIn or less formal ones like friendsters. You just need to sell your blog as much as you can if you are into serious blogging.

(M). Use your email signature that contains your blog URL.

(N). Word of mouth. Tell people your blog URL offline.

(K). Lastly, join traffic exchanges sites like TS25 and TrafficSwarm, profit sharing sites like CEP Coast and Coastin’88 and as many autosurfs as you can. You can earn good money from these and also allow your blog to gain more impressions. Remember one important thing, if your blog has adsense, DO NOT join what I mention in this tip as it is against Google terms.

That’s about all of the tricks I can think of now. Of course it is important too that you ping your blog everytime you have posted. You can use ping-o-matic for that. I understand it is quite impossible to do all, in fact, I have not yet done all too. If you can follow 80% of these here, I can assure you that your blog will receive decent amount of traffic daily. Remember this is not a fast process. You need to work on it gradually. Consistency and patience are the key here as is similar to many ventures around.

I wrote these very fast and I hope there aren’t many bad grammar mistakes. 😛

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5 Essential Marketing Tools For Starting A Successful Internet Home Business

Posted by Jackie R. on January 16, 2007

web2007Lets start with this one cold hard fact: creating a successful Internet home business is not an easy task. It takes hard work and a whole lot of strategic planning. Anyone who tells you otherwise is probably trying to sell you something!

Building any solid business takes hard work and planning. Why should creating a successful business on the Internet be any different? Just because you’re dealing with computers and a world wide marketplace doesn’t mean it will be easy to construct and build a successful enterprise. It will take some work and effort on your part.

However, knowing what tools to use and some vital marketing knowledge will make your task much easier and much quicker. The Internet does have its own unique tools and methods which you should be familiar with before you start any web business. Complete knowledge of these marketing tools and information will greatly increase your chances of creating a successful Internet business.

1. Domain Name/Website

You must start with a Domain Name – most marketers either make their domain something catchy and short that visitors will quickly remember such as Digg.com, BestBuy.com, Yahoo!.com or they will directly tie in their main product or service in the domain such as Hotels.com, YouTube.com, Carloans.com and so on.

Your domain must be attached to a well designed and easy to navigate website. Preferably one that is professionally designed and equipped with all the commercial tools you need like a shopping cart and payment system. Like any business, you must try to accept all the major credit cards and display all the proper trust building icons such as ‘Better Business Bureau’…

Most professional online marketers keep graphics to a minimum and highlight their main benefit or product in a headline at the top of your webpage. You only have a few seconds to impress your prospective customer so summarize your whole site in one short benefit-loaded phrase or slogan. Be precise and direct in your presentation.

2. Keywords/SEO Strategy

Keywords, what surfers type into search engines to find what they’re seeking on the web, are the real cornerstones of any online website or business. You must find out the exact phrases and words people are using to find your product or service and target these keywords with your online site. Create pages and content on your site to draw in this targeted traffic. As a general rule, the more targeted your traffic/visitors are, the greater your conversion rate, i.e. the more sales you will make.

Professional online marketers do keyword research and a whole lot of testing to find the right high converting keywords that virtually guarantees sales. These marketers find the buyers at the right stage in the buying process, where customers already have their minds made up and are ready to buy. For example, someone searching for ‘cars’ is not as targeted as someone searching for ‘2007 Ford Mustang with Shelby GT exterior design’.

Savvy marketers use professional keyword research software such as Keyword Elite or use such sites as GoodKeywords or Overture (Yahoo! Search Marketing) to find the number of monthly searches for the keyword phrases they target with their sites. Many online businesses outsource their keyword/link building to SEO specialists who do this job for them. These firms develop a long term SEO strategy of building links to targeted keyword phrases, thus building a successful business in the process.

3. AutoResponder/Opt-in Lists

The AR or AutoResponder is one of the most essential tools to building a successful online business. You must set up an Opt-in system on your site to capture the contact information of your visitors, this will increase your traffic and dramatically improve your sales. It has been proven that it takes 5 to 6 follow-up emails before a customer buys your product or service.

It just makes good business sense. You must build a list of potential customers for your business. The AutoResponder makes this possible and is unique to the online world. You simply place a form on all your webpages to capture the name and email address of your visitors for further follow-up and contact. Instead of a surfer visiting your site just once, you draw them back again and again with special offers, deals or a daily/weekly newsletter.

The key element that makes the AutoResponder such a powerful marketing tool is trust! The Internet is still a very distrustful place. You simply use the AutoResponder and your follow-up system to build trust and a sense of loyalty from your potential customers. Once this trustful relationship is built, running a profitable business online will be easy.

4. RSS/Blog

Blogs and RSS feeds are essential online business tools. As we saw above, building a trustful relationship is very important to doing business online. Keeping an online Blog or daily journal is another way of building trust and keeping in contact with your customers or clients. Everyone likes to be a part of a group, a member of the club — having a company blog will help keep everyone a member of your business.

Blog and RSS feeds are a way to instantly connect with your visitors or customers. Podcasting and broadcatching (video casting) are excellent ways to more personally connect with your clients. Videos are all the rage right now and savvy marketers are using them in their advertising and marketing. Why should Google and YouTube had all the fun?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication, original acronym stood for Rich Site Summary) will get your sales message out to your customers quickly. With the upcoming release of the RSS powered Windows Vista expect RSS to play an even greater role in your whole Internet experience. Make sure you have at least one RSS feed on your online business site.

5. Articles/Syndication Software

People want information first, products second. Regardless of what you’re selling or the type of online business you want to create, always keep in mind potential customers want information first and then the sales pitch. Give people good solid information and they will more likely buy from you. You must pre-sell your online business or product.

One of the best ways to pre-sell is by using articles. Simple informative, how-to, 500-700 word articles on all aspects of your online business. Place these articles on your own site and syndicate them around the web by using article distribution software or by submitting to such online article directories as Ezinearticles.com, Goarticles.com, Ideamarketers.com and Articleally.com — make sure you place a link back to your online business within the resource box at the end of each article.

Articles are an effective way of drawing very targeted customers to your site or business. Each article is a marketing tool in its own right. Create a whole army of these articles and you will see a marked increase in online visitors and customers.

As mentioned before building a successful online business is not an easy task. It does take some strategic planning and a whole lot of marketing tools with the knowledge to use them properly. But anyone can create a successful home business with the right equipment and the right attitude. You now have some excellent starting points, the next step is really up to you.

The author, Titus Hoskin, is a full-time online marketer who has numerous niche websites, including two sites on Internet Marketing. For the latest and most effective web marketing tools try: Internet Marketing Tools If you’re trying to start a web business and don’t know where to begin, why not try these excellent free training manuals and videos: Free Marketing Courses Copyright © 2007 Titus Hoskins. This article may be freely distributed if this resource box stays attached.

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Put your lens on!

Posted by Jackie R. on January 15, 2007

It’s time to put your lens on and take a ride with our squid called Squidoo!

Squidoo is one of the hottest Web 2.0 social networking site at this time. It comes with a twist though. At Squidoo, you create your presence through a ‘lens’. In fact, squidoo is a website full of lenses and there are more than 50,000 at this moment of writing. The lens as the name implies, means the way or perspective or view of how you look at things. That can be anything from as simple as your creative cooking skills to something as unusual as how to be a dog psychic!

Lenses are free. You can create as many as you want at Squidoo at any topic that come to your mind and those ideas that you want the online community to know or learn from you. Once you register your Squidoo account, you will be asked to create a lens immediately. I will be creating a new lens now for CEP Coast because it is my favorite program at this moment and I wish more people to know more about it.

Once you have your lens created, you need to add some information to your lens. You can give a detailed description, place a photo, place a video or simply add new modules to your lens so that it is more interactive and informative to convey your information to your target mass. Of course, you need to input the keywords for your lens. We are at the age of tagging.

When you have added the necessary information to your lens, you can publish your lens. It will be your own unique sales page that can be shared by many people. How you are going to utilize your new powerful marketing tool is all up to your creativity and imagination!

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Marketing Through MySpace

Posted by Jackie R. on January 14, 2007

When it comes to social networking, the first name that catches our mind is Myspace. With nearly 120 million users, 15 million daily unique logins, 230,000 daily sign-ups and 30 billion monthly page views, it is undoubtedly the king of all the social networking sites. What started off in July 2003 with 2 friends, Tom and Chris, has morphed into a phenomenon which is storming the whole World Wide Web.

With myspace’s growing success, a lot of ancillary websites also mushroomed all over the net trying to join the success-ride of myspace. Websites providing myspace layouts, graphics, comment boxes and other various widgets were soon seen all over the internet and they also got their much anticipated success through providing such stuff. Even corporate biggies also signed up at Myspace to promote their products, services or their company as a whole.

So how do you promote your products and services through Myspace? There are quite a few ways you could do that. Let’s have a look at them !

1.Create a profile with your company name and logo and design it neatly. Try to stay away from flashy graphics. Maintain the theme and respect of your company.

2.For effective promotion of your products or services, you’ll need to have a really big list of friends. You can easily build up your friend list through myspace friend trains or what is commonly known as myspace whore trains. You can join such trains and very soon you’ll start getting new friend requests.

3.Make custom banners for your profile with your product images and blurbs. Put these images on your profile. The best thing would be to make banners having the image of your product and having messages like Thanks for the add, How are you doing?, Have a great day etc. In this way you’re both wishing your friends and promoting your product at the same time.

4.Post bulletins often, this way you can reach out to your entire friend list at one single click. For effective conversions from bulletin postings you’ll need to have a BIG friend list. But don’t overdo the bulletins or don’t advertise your products profoundly or else you may find your profile deleted. Do it in a subtle and clever way.

5.Myspace is a social networking site and just like in any other society, in order to make new friends and build up credibility, you’ll have to socialize. Make new friends and stay in touch with the old ones. Post comments frequently, wish your friends on their birthdays or any other personal milestones or big events. Participate in the forum discussions and group discussions. In this way, you’ll make a good number of friends and your friends will like you and eventually accept whatever products or services you recommend to them. Don’t just be an out-and-out advertiser. Try to be a friend at first and then give out friendly suggestions. That would be accepted much more easily and you’ll reap good benefits from your efforts.

Remember that myspace is very strict about spam so don’t overdo things that might trigger the myspace spam busters or else you may find your profile deleted from myspace. Take a friendly approach and don’t try to push your products on myspace. We all love suggestions, not orders !!

Ron Jones is an active blogger and also specializes in traditional website marketing and marketing through WEB 2.0 applications. He owns Myspace Zone, which specializes on Myspace Photo and Video Comments

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