Tuesday, 2 July 2013

how to get more traffic to you website/blog

 the best way to drive traffic to you blog/website is by bookmaking

and here are some Top Sites for
Bookmarking Listed bellow
Delicious.com - A top
site that lets you
create a
collection of
links to favorite sites/articles/
lenses. You can
categorize your
list using
keywords, load
links from a mobile device
and create
groups of links
called "stacks"
that pertain to a
particular subject. The
more links a
gets, the more
popular the page
becomes and the more traffic the
bookmark sends
to the page. You
can see a Delicious links
here. Digg.com - A news site with
high authority
on Google - sites
listed in Digg
typically rank
high on Google even when there
are only a few
votes. Open a
free account and
start linking
your favorites sites and articles,
vote on other
users lists. Sites
voted and shared
among others on
Digg that end up on the Digg
homepage get
LOTS of traffic
from other
bloggers and the
webosphere..xxxx  DZone is a great place to
articles for the web development community--php,
stacks, cloud
any of those or other
topics are what
you write about
then DZone is
where you want to list your
article links.
DZone tends to
stay arounf the
top 3,000 mark
on Alexa. Facebook "Like" or get "Liked"
"Like" button.
"like" your own
articles and posts to share
them with
others on your
Facebook is technically a
site and not a
site. However, it
can be used as a bookmarking
site and should
be added to
your list of sites
to update when
adding new web content. Feedage is a twist on the
bookmark idea.
Instead of
posting direct
links to your
articles and website pages,
you post a link
to your RSS
feeds. It is very
popular and
ranks on Alexa with a global
rank of 6,222. Google+ is the latest addition to
social scene.
What's great
about Google+ is
that you can
beak down your followers into
circles which
allows you to
pick and choose
who sees what
posts, links and photos you
want to share.
Put all your
Squidoo friends
in one place,
gather potential or current
connections in
another and
keep the family
in a third. It's a Google product
so guess what
happens to well
users? LinkedIn is a sharing site for
professionals. If
Squidoo, your
personal blog or
your website
are professional endeavors, then
LinkedIn is
where you need
to be sharing
your links. Ping.fm allows
you to update all
the major sites
at one time--it's a
real time saver
and technically a social
tool. You do
need to have
accounts at each
of those sites-- Facebook,
Delicious, Digg--
before using
Ping.fm. You can
even instant message, too. Pinterest is a site that likely needs
no introduction.
Based on sharing
favorite images
found across the
web, registered users create "pin
boards" with a
topic and
proceed to "pin"
or link the
images they find pertaining to
those topics.
This is a huge
site for
such as funriture makers, fashion
houses and
accessory (home
and fashion)
makers. You will
find most of the top food and
from the U.S.
Proctor and Gamble...) using
this site to
product sales. If
your articles are
imaged based, this is a great
place to
promote links--
but subtlety is
important. If all
you link are your own
articles, others
will pickup on
that quickly and
you could get
ignored. At last check, Pinterest
was ranked 38
on Alexa. Reddit bills itself as "the front
page of the
Internet". It's a
news based site
that is focused
on timely, shocking and
ridiculous news.
Folks vote on
their favorite
bookmarked pages allowing
the best stories,
or most
depending upon
how you see it, rise to the front
page and go
viral. This can
drive lots of web
traffic to the
page, so if you post a lot of
current, tragic,
shocking or
funny stories
this is the site
for you. FYI: I recently
attempted to
submit a Squidoo
link to Reddit
and found out
they do not accept Squidoo
links. :-o Oh well,
I suggest using
Reddit for your
other online
properties/ pages. Technorati - A Google
offering links to
blogs. You can
claim your own blogs, bookmark
other blogs and
posts, and tag
your blogs so
others can find
you. Twitter can be used to
broadcast your
latest posts or
forward a post
someone else
has made that you think is
topnotch. Do it
in 140
characters or
less called a
"tweet". To shorten those
url addresses
use tinyurl or a
similar service
(for FREE!). Viadeo is not really a
site. Instead it is
a networking
site for
professionals and ranks
around the 400
mark on Alexa.
right--400, not
4000!) If you are writing articles
about your
profession, you
can link to them
in your profile
and reach your target audience--
sends traffic from its users. Tumblr - A blogging
platform that
allows you to
link posts, web
pages and other
things you find on the web. No
advertising is
placed on your
account pages.
Signup for a blogging account
(lots of cool,
templates to
choose from),
use your own web address if
you like or use
one of the many
Tumblr provides,
and start posting, linking
and sharing
content. Sites A - D
Specialty Sites
Are Included a1-webmarks is a free website
where you can
keep track of
your personal
favorite posts,
pages and sites. Even keeps
track of which
links break. BlinkList Keep track of all the
cool web pages
and post you
find while
surfing. Share
them with friends, make
them private or
allow others to
find them, too.
Blinklist ranks
within the top 10,000 sites on
Alexa and gets
great traffic and
views. Blogmarks.net is a not-for-profit
social site based
in France but
written in
English. This site
is only accepting new users by
invitation but it
may be worth a
shot--it ranks in
the top 25,000 web sites on Alexa. CiteULike.org is for sharing
academic and
research links to
papers and
documents on
the web. If you are academically
inclined and
write posts to a
research topic
or favorite
subject, this could be a great
site for you to
utilize. This site
ranks in the top
15,000 sites on the web
according to
Alexa. Connotea.org is similar to
CiteULike but it is
aimed at
researchers and
scientists. Ranks in the top
10,000 websites
on Alexa. CoRank.com is a basic sharing
site that allows
posting and
viewing via a
free account
with viewing for the public. In the
top 18,000 on
Alexa. Designfloat is a marking site for
all types of
cartoons, website and all
kinds of artists.
Check it out if
you have posts
pertaining to any
kind of design. Diigo is a great bookmarking
site with extra
sticky ability!
Diigo ranks in
the top 2000
sites on Alexa and is geared to
help us research,
share and
annotate the
web and has
received a lot of press from Cnet
and the like.
Billed as THE
alternative to
Delicious. DotNetKicks - another great
place to list and
articles for the
development community. It's
global ranking on
Alexa runs at the
40,000 mark--
could be some
interesting people to
network with on
this site. DotNetShout is for .NET
developers only.
ranks in the area
of 22,000 on
Alexa. DropJack.com looks like the
Craigslist of the
social world--
clean, no fuss
interface. Dzone.com is for web developers
and software folks. Well
trafficked and
easy to use. If
you post tech
tutorials, and
solid information about
developing, you
gotta visit and
post here. Sites F - K Freelink.org is a simple
bookmark site
that allows you
public or private
viewing of your
links. It's a great place to keep
track of your
links, as most
bookmark sites
are. It is owned
by NetQuick, a software design
company, but it
doesn't seem to
get a lot of
traffic as of this
writing. Gather.com is a high ranking
(1278 on Alexa)
networking site
similar to
Squidoo. Writers
share news stories and
throughout the
day, converse
and discuss and
share their knowledge. To
become a writer
on Gather you
must go through
a site called
Skyword to be approved.
However, you
can signup for
free and become
a member and
share your links and other
about subjects
you care about. GiveALink.org is an interesting
twist. It boasts a
visualization tool
that help you
organize links
and a game that links you to
other shared
bookmarks. Gozoof.com has a rating system
that looks a bit
like a buisness
review site. It
links directly to
blog and website address from
the users link
heading. KaBoodle.com is a shopping share
site where
members share
links to great
products and
associated reviews with
each other. It
may be a bit of
work, not unlike
our own
Squidoo, but if you write about
fashion, home
appliances, home
furnishings or
other such items
it could be worth the effort.
Kaboodle rated
at number 3514
 LinkaGoGo.com comes off
initially looking
like a personal
site but don't be
fooled. This site allows you to
share with
others publicly
and ranks
globally at
12,067 on Alexa. LinkRoll.com looks like a
combination of
an eZinearticles
website and
site rolled into one. You can
write articles
and post links
per the user
agreement as
part of the article. You can
blog about a link
you are
interested in and
everything is
public (no private settings
here). You can
also create a
podcast channel
about your links.
This site doesn't seem to
although each
user has a page
of their links. No voting or
just a way to
build some
backlinks. Mister-Wong is worth looking at
just for the name
alone, It's an
known site
duplicated in many languages.
You add links to
favorite sites or
webpages and
share them
publicly. Each link shows a
thumbnail of the
webpage it links
to and takes you
directly to the
web address. Netvouz.com Another straight
forward list
your links and
make them
public social
bookmarking site. Very clean,
no fuss and
publicly released
links make it on
to the front
page at least once, as they are
released. Site
links directly to
your web page. NewsVine.com ranks as a top
website on Alexa
at around 3,000.
Become auser
and post
newsworthy items in the
categories they
provide. This
site has a news/
approach. Plurk has a global Alexa ranking at
around 2,000 so
it is worth
checking out as
a possible traffic
source. It's your basic add link,
and post publicly
style social

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