Re: PING: Big Bill
- From: "Proud-Collector.com" <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 9 Sep 2006 11:26:39 -0700
On 9 Sep 2006 10:55:34 -0700, "Proud-Collector.com"
On 9 Sep 2006 10:48:44 -0700, "Proud-Collector.com"
How about blogging? It's a great way for more exposure and search
Better still, make a decent website and blogs will link to you. :)
I take it that you don't care for my website? Could you tell me what
you don't like about it?
I never went there.
It wasn't an attack at you. I was just saying, make a decent website
and blogs will link to you. If yours offers something the others
don't, or has a lot more info than the others, then people [not just
blogs] will link to you.
IBLS are the best kind of link to get. Forget blogs. Most look the
same. Most are just due content, and the rest are rubbish. There are
only one or two decent blogs out there IMO.
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Thanks for the reply, there are so many angry people out there that it
is hard to know when people are just trying to knock you down.
The reason I am looking for bloggers for my site is to create a
win-win-win situation. If there are blogs on my website (three weeks
old 1000 unique visitors so far and 10 members), people will come to
read them. I only have five blogs (three contributors) and they have
been read around a hundred times since I added blogging, which was
about six days ago.
It is a win for me, because of the return visitors who may want add my
site to their favorites (I will add a button for that). It is a win
for the visitor who can come to the site to read content that they are
interested in (my site is only about collectibles and doesn't sell
anything and is completely free, I rely on AdSense). It is also a win
for the blogger, because they can add a link to their site. I
understand that this is good for ranking, especially since I would
expect that the blog and the link are both related to collectibles. I
also think that a few visitors to my site will click on the link in the
blog, especially if it is a good blog and the reader wants to know
more. The blog is meant to be informative, entertaining and relevant
not just advertising for another site, otherwise nobody would ever come
I don't know if anybody agrees with my reasons for seeking bloggers,
but I want to promote my site and thought this was a good way to do it.
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