Posts Tagged ‘social bookmarking’
Posted on March 18, 2009 - by Kelly Verge
Last weekend I created over 60 blogs.
I’m putting the final touches on a linking strategy I’m calling the Triple Threat System. I put the system through its paces on Saturday and Sunday (hence the 60+ blogs), and I’ll know in a few days what the results will be.
I have a neglected site that’s been getting on average five visitors per day. I’m pretty sure that the results of this weekend’s work should push the traffic well over 100 visitors per day — perhaps much higher.
This system addresses a few specific things:
- Quality backlinks
- Quality visitor experience – I realize how strange that sounds when talking about mass-blogging
- Speed of implementation
While I was working through the system I was also creating documentation and recording screen captures. I’m pretty sure that with existing content (i.e. ghostwritten articles) I could work through the entire system in a day. That will be the next trial.
While the system isn’t fully automated, I did make use of two pieces of software that helped tremendously with the process.
First I used Incansoft’s RSSBot for submitting the various RSS feeds. I didn’t use my own RSS aggregating method because I want to have a minimal footprint. RSSBot makes this process very simple and fast.
Finally I used SENuke to bookmark all of the created sites. I made use of the spinner that’s built into the SENuke bookmarker and used quite a few new accounts — again to minimize the footprints. (I also used the article spinner that’s part of SENuke, but that’s really not a time saver since it’s just as easy to buy content.)
The Triple Threat System is a culmination of all of the backlinking research and testing I’ve been doing since I started in IM, and I’m pretty excited about how it’s turned out. I’ll keep everyone posted as I get close to completing the documentation.
Posted on November 6, 2008 - by Kelly Verge
As I often find myself doing, I was starting the process of social bookmarking a couple of blog posts on my niche sites. I loaded up SocialMarker.com, entered the keywords for the first article, selected which social sites to use, then clicked “Start Now.”
As many times as I’ve used SocialMarker, I was pulled in by the placement of the action button on an ad placed next to the site selection area instead of clicking on the “submit” button/tab at the top. Take a look at the screenshot below to see what I mean:
I have to wonder just how many clicks this particular ad has generated on the SocialMarker site.
Almost looks planned.