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16 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Blog

August 12th, 2006 · 5 Comments

Only a quick post as I’m getting ready for tonight’s bar-b-q which is when Step Two of The Challenge will take place. In typical British summer style, it’s tipping down with rain at the moment!

However I just received an email from Richard at Ask, Answer, Receive about an article on www.ezinearticles.com which he thought I would be interested in. He was right so thanks Richard.

The article covers 16 ways to drive traffic to your blog. If you’re new to blogging it’s certainly well worth having a read as it deals with things such as RSS feeds, Ping-O-Matic, linking, comments and blog directories.

Using Ping-O-Matic is something I’ve always done since reading a section about blogging in the Rich Jerk eBook. RSS feeds are an essential part of blogging and if you don’t have one, shame on you! I’m surprised the article doesn’t mention Technorati as I find a lot of traffic is driven to this site via people searching Technorati.

Right, I’m off to find the waterproofs for tonights bar-b-q and to prepare myself for Step Two of The Challenge!

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5 responses so far ↓

  • Richard // Aug 12, 2006 at 4:47 pm

    Thanks Mike.

    Now just what is step 2? I’m waiting eagerly to find out how you intend to double your money today.

  • Mike // Aug 12, 2006 at 9:48 pm

    Sadly Step Two didn’t happen tonight. Nobody wanted to play :( I’m playing cricket tomorrow so I’m guessing one of the guys there will fancy a $2 wager. It’s a real simple game too with an even money chance of winning. Will update tomorrow.

  • Blog Bloke // Aug 13, 2006 at 6:46 pm

    Hi Mike. In my humble opinion, Ping-O-Matic is good, but Pingoat is better.

    Cheers!

    …BB

  • Mike // Aug 13, 2006 at 7:04 pm

    Thanks for the heads up, BB. I shall give Pingoat a whirl.

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