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Become a FullTraffic Affiliate and Earn Commissions for Promoting Us!

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Become a FullTraffic Affiliate and Earn Commissions for Promoting Us!

Need an additional revenue stream that puts more money in your pocket? Want to spread the word about great products and services to your audience? Then check out the FullTraffic affiliate program. Open to the vast majority of site owners, this program will enable you to earn generous commissions just by promoting FullTraffic’s products and services. What you get Affiliates are entitled to 20% commission for each successful referral. Payments are issued within the first 10 days of every month. There are no minimum payout thresholds, which is great news for you because it means that you’ll be able to receive your earnings no matter how much you have in your account. Unlike other affiliate programs, we won’t let you wait or jump through hoops just to get the money that YOU rightfully earned. What’s more, there are no limits to the number of referrals that you can bring in so there’s virtually no cap to how much you can...



Is Article Marketing Still a Viable Way to Generate Traffic to Your Site?

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Article marketing has long been a popular way to generate backlinks to your website and, in doing so, increase your search engine ranking and the amount of traffic that your site receives. In the last few years, however, Google has introduced various updates to its algorithms which have changed the way in which it delivers results. The Google Penguin update made by far the biggest impact on many aspects of SEO, including article marketing. Many of the article directories, used primarily by article marketers for posting their content, suffered considerably from Google's latest updates. Once popular sites such as ezinearticles.com, articlesbase.com and numerous others were hit hard by the Google Penguin update and, as a result, rarely appear much in search results. For this reason, many Internet entrepreneurs are asking themselves if article marketing it still a viable way of generating traffic. How Article Marketing Works Article marketing is a simple enough...



Be Extra Sensitive and Helpful When Using Social Media Amidst Tragedies

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Be Extra Sensitive and Helpful When Using Social Media Amidst Tragedies

What should have been a day of jubilance and celebration suddenly turned tragic when 2 bombs went off on Monday right at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. The blast claimed at least 3 lives, including one of an 8-year old boy, and left over 150 people injured. At the time of writing this, the authorities are still trying to get to the bottom of this terrible incident, and are calling out to the public for any information that would lead them to those responsible. What happened in Boston was catastrophic and there are no words that can fully describe the terror that took place. Our hearts go out to everyone affected by this tragedy, and all of us here at FullTraffic are offering our prayers and support to all the victims. We would also like to take this opportunity to reach out to our fellow Internet brands to send a gentle reminder to exercise mindfulness and sensitivity in the online world. Social media is a powerful tool and it’s during times like these that...



How To Capitalize on AuthorRank

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You've heard of AuthorRank, and you want to capitalize on it, but how? SEO changes so fast. It used to be that you could stuff your meta-keywords tag and rocket yourself to the top of the SERPs. A wellspring of anonymous authors got a lot of traffic, and a lot of spam sites presumably made a lot of money. Now, apparently, Google wants more quality and less anonymity. Meta-keywords have been out for a long time, but authorship hasn't been a big deal - until now. Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are Google is encouraging you to stop being anonymous. It's going to start following you all over the web. That's probably a good thing for a couple of reasons. First, the web is becoming more social with Facebook and Google+. It's not that the web wasn't social before though, it's just that people are wandering away from blogs and going to social networking sites. Yeah, they end up back on blogs in the comments section too, but bloggers and businesses...



6 Ways to Create Great Content Even If You're Not a Great Writer

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6 Ways to Create Great Content Even If You're Not a Great Writer

It’s a given fact that publishing a steady stream of content is crucial to gaining links and increasing user engagement. Unfortunately, producing awesome and sharable content time and time again isn’t easy for everyone--especially if they’re not big on writing. Fortunately though, writing articles isn’t the only way to create content. Just because your CMS gives you a big white box with a blinking cursor in it doesn’t mean you have to fill it with words every single time. There are a number of other ways in which you can produce content. Explore these options. Use them well, experiment with them, and see what works. Not sure where to start? The following are just some of the things that you can try: Create presentations and upload them to Slideshare - Struggling to find the words to express what you need to say? Then put them in a PowerPoint presentation instead. It’s easier for most people to present their thoughts in...



Don't Let SEO Sink Your Site

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Don't Let SEO Sink Your Site

Matt Cutts (@mattcutts), the head of Google’s Webspam Team, is on record as a believer in SEO’s ability to make the internet a better place. Search engine optimization (SEO) is integral to effective online marketing; without it, getting your message out to a wide audience is extremely difficult, at best. SEO will have a place in internet marketing for the foreseeable future, but do it wrong and there is a price to pay. Google will penalize your website for perceived attempts to manipulate rankings with grey or black hat techniques. The old-school is out, and the new-school is focusing more and more on visitors, less and less on search engines. There are many different ways to implement SEO strategies. Analyzing and optimizing speed, navigability, ad designs and placements, and of course keywords, will improve page rank and increase revenue. Each of these factors can be assessed, and usually improved with a good SEO strategy. However, Google is developing something...



The Best April Fools' Jokes in Tech for 2013

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The Best April Fools' Jokes in Tech for 2013

Did you prank anyone on April Fools’ Day? Well you probably didn’t have to anyway because some of the biggest names in tech had more than their fair share of April Fools’ jokes. Most of the shenanigans were pretty obvious, but there was one in particular that seemed to have really fooled a few oblivious people (more on that below). A quick note though: Whether you were the prankster or the prankstee this past April Fools’, don’t forget that all the jokes on the 1st of April should just be made in the name of good clean fun. (And if you ended up on the wrong side of a prank, don’t worry… you can always get your revenge next year!) Anyway, in case you missed them, below is a summary of some of tech’s best April Fools’ jokes of 2013. Google Nose - “In the fast-paced world that we live in, we don’t always have time to stop and smell the roses. With Google Nose BETA, the roses are just a click...



Tweetle-de to Tweetle-dumb: Don't Tweet That

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Tweetle-de to Tweetle-dumb: Don't Tweet That

Establishing a savvy Twitter profile means maintaining the quality of posts or, rather, tweets. While businesses should conduct their social media activities in a business-like manner, there are still plenty of ways companies and organizations stray off the road into status territory that actually detracts from their reputations. To tweet optimally and avoid disenchanting clients and Twitter followers, be sure you aren’t tweeting as follows. Too Much Promotion If your business uses Twitter as a platform for continuous advertisement, it may be turning off your customer base. Savvy business tweeters can still keep their brand present in the consciousness of their followers without indulging in excessive self-promotion. Instead, use the platform to tweet about events or to disseminate useful information about your industry. Your followers can easily tell the difference between useful information and self-grandeur. Moreover, people don’t want...



How To Reverse Engineer Your Keywords Without Google's Help

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How To Reverse Engineer Your Keywords Without Google's Help

Everyone knows that Google is slowing getting rid of its referrer data. For years, this is how we were able to verify our keyword data from the free Keyword Tool put out by Google. With referrer data coming up "not provided" - even on the analytics dashboard, how are we to figure out how people find our site? Enter WassUp. What Is Wassup? WassUp is a simple Wordpress plugin that gives you analytics right from your Wordpress dashboard. It collects a lot of data about your visitors including their ip/hostname, whether they're a bot or human, search engines used to find your site, the operating system of the user, complete user agent, spam and hack attempts. The plugin also have a really simple admin console area that allows you to filter by: record count per page "top ten" charts with aggregate data (i.e. top queries, requests, etc.) records by time period records by entry type etc. You can even customize how often the...



Do Backlinks Even Matter Anymore?

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There's an old joke that goes something like "99% of lawyers give the other 1% a bad name." You chuckle, but you know it's true. And that's not all - it's become something of a running gag in the SEO industry too. For years, SEOs have been beating the backlinks drum and small business owners have been marched off an optimized cliff. After Panda, a lot of the old backlink strategies just up and died. Article directories withered away into obscurity, and link networks were (and continue to be) crushed by Google. Anchor Text Isn't That Important SEO firms (and their clients) got a major wake-up call when Google dropped this bombshell on its Inside Search Blog in 2011: Better page titles in search results by de-duplicating boilerplate anchors: We look at a number of signals when generating a page’s title. One signal is the anchor text in links pointing to the page. We found that boilerplate links with duplicated anchor text are not as...



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