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Building Links is Like Shaving: If You Don’t Do It Every Day You Look Like a Bum

Written by admin on June 28th, 2011. Posted in Articles

This is a guest post by Terry Mickelson founder of Page Views, Inc.


For years, you have probably had a daily routine for shaving. But have you developed a system of building links?

No one pops out of bed each morning and races to the sink to shave. It is a tedious and potentially dangerous daily necessity. But without a daily shave, our appearance begins to get a little shabby. Linking is the same way.

Take Directory Submission to a Higher Level

Written by admin on March 24th, 2011. Posted in Articles

Blog commenting and directory submission are the simplest ways to get search engine friendly links to your website that help your site rank high in SERP. But blog commenting and directory submission are very time consuming if you don't use the right tools.

Now you can submit your website to directories in the easiest and fastest way — using Fast Directory Submitter.

The development of the new 2 version of Fast Directory Submitter is finished. The program underwent many changes and improvements and we have every reason to say that it takes directory submission to a higher level.

4 Tips for Recruiting Multiple Writers to Build Your Blog

Written by admin on December 1st, 2010. Posted in Articles

If you’ve been blogging for a while, you’ve probably realized how time-consuming the whole process can be. Taking your blog to the next step involves coming up with fresh content using various different perspectives, a feat that often cannot be simply accomplished on your own. Recruiting several regular contributors is a great way to push your blog from a personal pet project to a something that can create money, recognition, or both. Here are a few ideas for finding additional bloggers to contribute to your blog: