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Showing posts with label HowTo. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

How-To Get Your BLOGS Site Feed Listed In Yahoo!

How-To Get Your BLOGS Site Feed Listed In Yahoo!

BLOGS... they seem to be the talk of the Internet marketing world these days, and for good reason.

Not only do the Search Engines love them for there Content Rich pages, you also have the ability to plug your Blogs "Site Feed" into an RSS feed and then have it syndicated to thousands of websites and directories giving your content more exposure to your target audience.

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RSS(Real Simple Syndication) is a very Powerful technology that has been around for quite some time and when used correctly, can build an audience overnight.

If you want a crash course on what RSS is, in more depth, since the nature of this article is to show you how to get your Blogs "Site Feed" listed in Yahoo! and MSN, I've provided a link to a page full of articles on RSS related issues.  depending on where your Blog is hosted, whether its through a free service like --  or hosted on your websites server you should have a "Site Feed URL" that has the .XML extension.

This is your "Site Feed URL".

You'll usually locate it within your Settings area of Blog control center.

Here's what mine looks like as an example:
This URL is intended for a RSS News Reader, so disregard its appearance.

Once you find your "Site Feed URL", copy and paste it into Notepad because you'll need it for the next steps coming ahead.

Now, what you need to do is go and set-up an My Yahoo! and My MSN account.

I've provided the links for you below.

It should only take you about 15-20 minutes at the most.

If you already have accounts with My Yahoo! and My MSN, read on.

This is assuming you already have your accounts set-up, so your next step is to Login to your My Yahoo! account.

When you login, you'll be taken to your Yahoo! page immediately.

What you want to do next is go look under the Yahoo! search box to the left and click on the "Add Content" link.

This will bring you to a new page.

From there, over to the right by the "Find" button you'll see an "Add RSS by URL" link, click on it.

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A new window will open with a "Web Form". Simply copy and paste your "Site Feed URL" from Notepad into the web form and click on the "Add" button.

Now, you should see your Blogs name infront of you. Simply click on the yellow "Add To My Yahoo!" button and your feed will be added.

The next thing you should see is your "Site Feed" with your "Headlines".

Click on one of them, it should take you to your Blog, to the desired Headline you chose.

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Sunday, August 20, 2017

How-To Increase Traffic to Your Blog With Google Analytics

How-To Increase Traffic to Your Blog With Google Analytics
So you like to blog. Of course you do!  Blogging is fun.  It's fun to write whatever you want as the feelings come to you.  It's your own personal vent space.  Blogging is more fun, however, when people read the vent.  There is no satisfaction in the world like reading supportive comments from a swath of readers after a tirade on poor customer service.  Wait—yes, there is!  Having someone from a book publisher write you and offer you money to create a book from your blog is probably much more satisfying than a few scattered comments by visitors that don't happen to think that your writing is fit for a middle school yearbook.  Visitors rule.  You like them.  You want more of them.


But how do you attract them?


Most bloggers have this quandary, especially if they are new to the blog game.  That's why Google Analytics is probably a good download choice if you are trying to increase traffic to your blog.  Google's analyzing tool can tell you things about your blog like:


1) Which of the referring sites sends you the most traffic


2) Which of your articles have the lowest "bounce"


3) Which keywords reel them in


4) Which visitors are subscribing to your site and your email list


5) Which of your articles made the most money from AdSense


It can tell you a lot more than that, but these are just the essentials that most people use it for.  If you are a geek, or a geek-in-training, there are tools that help you see what your visitors do within the blog so you can move things around to make it easier for them to click on links.


Knowing what to write about to bring in the most AdSense dollars is a very big deal if your blog was created for the purpose of generating a little revenue.  It's also important if you are trying to be the next "Julia and Julia."  Attracting return readers is important.  You want to show those publishers that you have content that readers enjoy and that you already have a build in fan base.  It's not enough anymore to have a good idea, you have to show that you are half-way there.


Installing the tool isn't difficult.  Some blogs already have standard Google Analytics plug-ins waiting to go.  Perhaps, you already have it and want to become a power user—there's a Google Analytics blog provided by Google to help you make the most of this incredible (and free) tool.

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