April 26th, 2008
Welcome to the 12th edition of Resource for Bloggers Carnival!
Even if there are fewer articles than in the latest edition, you still have something to read. I’m sorry that I didn’t include all the articles I’ve received, but not all was appropriate for this carnival.
And here are the articles:
Les Dysom presents 5 Keys to Successful Internet Business posted at Internet Business Coaching by Terry Dean, saying, “Here are the five principles of being successful in your business. Write all 5 out and post them on a post-it note right to your computer monitor.”
Pinyo presents Use Blurb Exchange To Promote Your Niche Blog posted at Blogthority, saying, “With all the rave about niche blogging and linking only to related sites, bloggers are overlooking a powerful marketing tool. Sure, its great to get targeted niche traffic but some niches are universally appealing to most readers.”
Christine presents How to Get Ideas for Writing Blogs and Creating Website Articles posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France, saying, “The easiest way to write prolifically for your website or blog is by having a website or blog that addresses your passion. If you love gardening then it might be easy for you to write endlessly about the subject. If you blow glass you might have a wealth of information on the subject that you wish to share with others. Therefore, the easiest way to get ideas for your blog or website is to be inspired by your topic.”
the baglady presents Weekend Musings on Blog Promotion – The Baglady posted at The Baglady, saying, “I have been tinkering with a few new programs to promote my site and generate more revenue. Here are my trials and experiences.”
Joel presents Mark Your Calendars, The Blog Revolution Project Is Coming… posted at So You Want To Teach?, saying, “I am going to spend the month looking in depth at ways to start your very own Blog Revolution Project. I’m going to challenge all of my blogger friends (and anyone else out there who wants to join me) to do the daily projects.”
Kevin presents 101 Internet Traffic Generation Strategies – Part 1 posted at Trafficteria.com Blog Optimization, saying, “Just because you build a website does not mean traffic will come. I found that out the hard way. Over the past several years I have tried many ideas. Some winners and some big losers. I have compiled a list of 101 ideas that have helped generate internet traffic to my websites.”
Steve Faber presents - How to Increase Targeted Website Traffic For Free – and 2 Big Mistakes That Can Keep You From Doing So posted at Home Based Business Success, saying, “Nothing occupies the minds of most Internet (and any other) marketers as much as the question of how to increase targeted traffic to their websites. If that traffic happens to be free, so much the better. One of the ways used by marketers to get more targeted traffic is through article marketing. Writing articles and letting others publish them in exchange for a link back to your website is a powerful technique. It’s used by experienced and newbie marketers alike.”
Cancerkitty presents Setup a Personal, Portable Web Server posted at DelSquacho, aying, “An easy to follow tutorial for setting up an Apache web server on a thumb drive. Great for developing blog themes.”
Martin Russell presents Long Copy Vs Short Copy – The Final Say. posted at Word of Mouth Marketing For Small Business, saying, “In copywriting circles the battle rages. Which is better long copy or short copy? Getting to the point quickly with short copy, or giving them every possible detail they need to know with long copy.”
Carol Bentley presents Twitter, twitter posted at Carol Bentley, saying, “Have you come across Twitter? There’s a lot of interest in Twittering; lots of people are getting involved. I can understand how it helps people communicate on a regular basis – especially socially. It certainly seems popular with younger people, almost as an adjunct to their mobile texting.”
Michael Bass presents Stumbleupon.com Brought Me 60,000 Hits in 60 days posted at Debt Prison, saying, “There is no comparison in Digg.com and Stumbleupon.com. At least not when you are talking about the ability of a webpage to be seen quickly by many readers. Stumbleupon.com can create such a surge of traffic to your site, you’ll think something is broken.”
One Language presents Learn English Articles » Blog Archive » Effective Ways to Practice Business English posted at Learn English Articles, saying, “Chances are, if you own or operate a business, you’ll either need to converse in English or make sure that someone in your business is able to do so. Regardless of whether you need to generate sales flyers or negotiate complex contracts, being able to understand business transactions in English is crucial.”
Paul Piotrowski presents 14 Most Common Fears in Life and What To Do About Them posted at Inspired Money Maker, saying, “An Inspired Money Maker is a person who has found his purpose and passion in life and has chosen to make money by doing what he/she loves. Pursuing this path will require that you overcome some, if not most of the fears discussed. Start with one and work on overcoming it and then move onto the next one.”
Dana presents How online communication has affected me posted at Principled Discovery, saying, “The research initially discussed dealt with having people interacting through a digital avatar and measuring how people behaved based on the kind of avatar they used. And, like I mentioned then, the most disturbing thing to me was not that there were measurable changes in behavior off-line, but that the people did not even recognize the changes nor how they had been manipulated. What they saw was perceived as real.”
Raivyn presents How To Write a Great “How-To” Article posted at Idiot’s Guide to Blogging, saying, “A good thing about writing how-to articles is that anyone can do it, regardless of the subject. You can write about anything you want, whether it be about blogging, or building a boat, or playing the guitar. Write about what interests you. More often than not, someone else is bound to have an interest in it as well, and may benefit from the information you are offering. Here are a few tips to help you write a link-worthy how-to.”
Sarah Paine presents Is Risk Aversion Ruining Your Business? posted at Sarah Paine, saying, “When you run an internet business do you avoid making any decisions that might involve risk? Are you failing to swap over to your own website due to fear of failure or additional risk? Even if you are running your own site do you avoid making purchases that could dramatically enhance the amount of business you do? It is easy to make these types of decisions and stunt ourselves because society has taught us to avoid all risk whenever possible.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of resource for bloggers using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
The next edition of Resource for Bloggers Carnival will be held on 13th May. The submission deadline will be on 12th May.
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