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Friday, June 16, 2006

Blog Affiliate Secrets

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By simply placing the right affiliate links on their high traffic blog, many online entrepreneurs are making some very serious money.

Actually it is a lot simpler than you think because all a blog affiliate has to focus on to start generating a good income from their affiliate program is traffic. The more targeted that traffic arriving at their blog is, the more money they'll make from their affiliate programs. For instance targeted traffic will tend to click much more at the Adsense ads in search of more information and this will obviously put more money in the pockets of the blog affiliate.

The most effective way for a blog affiliate to generate targeted traffic is through articles marketing. By writing a couple of promotional articles, whose objective will be to direct traffic to the blog, a blog affiliate can end up with lots of highly targeted prospects at their blog. However it is important to note that articles marketing is a special skill that you will need to learn. The good news is that once you've acquired the relevant skills and knowledge, there will be no limit to the sort of income that you can earn from your blog.

It is also important that you realize that text affiliate links planted right in the middle of your content will work best to help you maximize on your blog affiliate income. Are you interested in learning all the secrets to build massive traffic to your site using ONLY FREE articles?

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Jackson Sun - More than 11,000 messengers gathered in Greensboro, N.C., this week for the 2006 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. In a startling upset, Frank Page, of Greenville, S.C., was elected president of the SBC with 50.4 percent of the votes
Source: www.jacksonsun.com

Social networking site creates forum for kids
Willits News - Make room, MySpace. There's a new player in town for the younger siblings of the teenage devotees who swarm to your site. Emeryville-based Industrious Kid Inc. plans to launch today a social networking site for 10- to 13-year-olds called Imbee.com
Source: www.willitsnews.com

Blogs, podcasts: Are they friends or foes?
Stamford Advocate - Westport resident David Pogue is a victim of mean-spirited bloggers spewing forth untruths in the wild, wild world of the blogosphere, he said. Pogue, personal technology columnist for The New York Times, told his story to an audience Tuesday at the
Source: www.stamfordadvocate.com

Mail2World Expands Web Offerings
WHIR - June 15, 2006 -- (WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) -- Hosted email and collaboration services provider Mail2World ( mail2world.com ) announced on Tuesday it has expanded its services by launching five new applications and several Web 2.0 performance and
Source: www.thewhir.com

Netscape Web portal morphs into 'social news' site
IT World - With this move, AOL is following a model similar to the one popularized by the technology news-oriented Digg.com and by the politics-focused Memeorandum.com, but with some twists and with a broader and more mainstream audience in mind. The new
Source: www.itworld.com

Netscape Back With Hybrid Journalism Site
WebProNews - CNET reports America Online, lead by the team behind its recent Weblogs Inc. acquisition, has launched a brand new version of the venerable Netscape.com . The site is a hybrid. It pulls together a mix of citizen-powered news - where users recommend
Source: www.webpronews.com

AOL Revamps Netscape As Collaborative News Portal
MediaPost - AOL TODAY WILL RELAUNCH NETSCAPE.COM as a collaborative news portal along the lines of the popular Digg.com. Weblogs co-founder Jason Calacanis, who joined AOL last year, will head the project. Similar to Digg, the new Netscape site invites users to
Source: publications.mediapost.com

MIDDLE EAST: Gulf bloggers -- a new breed of Arab activists
Asia Media - Dubai --- Internet blogs are giving rise to a new breed of Arab activist as ordinary residents increasingly use them to press for more political rights and civil liberties in conservative Gulf states. Typical was a recent posting by a 33-year-old
Source: www.asiamedia.ucla.edu

Read the Manual, Use the Tools
Nation - The media landscape is changing dramatically, seemingly on a daily basis, and what we once considered serious dangers to our democracy--things like media consolidation and the absence of balance and fairness--will become increasingly less important
Source: www.thenation.com

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