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Make your Blog DoFollow and Give Some Love To Your Readers/Commenters


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I have just found a WordPress DoFollow plugin, with this plugin you can actually change the links on your comments and/or post to DoFollow. WordPress often by default make all of your links NoFollow. With this plugin you can change that and share some PR with the blogging community.

Some people are afraid of doing this (turn their blogs into DoFollow) since they believe search engines like Google will ban them believing they are Link Farms. The attribute Nofollow it is suppose to help fight comment spam, but look at what an annonymous link spammer said in an interview about this activity. By his comments seems they do not care much about if the blog it is DoFollow or NoFollow.

You may need to choose between your readers/visitors/commenters and search engines, some people already done so, like John Chow he was penalized, but he continued with his traffic and success, so, what did you prefer High PR with none or minor success or low PR with a lot of subscribers and making money online with a succesful site. Maybe it is a hard choice, but I have already giving it a try, my Entrecard widget “Recent Entrecard Dropers” is DoFollow, therefore all of my dropers are getting the benefit of a backlink. Now with this FREE DoFollow plugin, you can make your blog more interesting to leave a comment.

If you have the intention of selling or accepting text-links the best choice it is to make them “NoFollow“, since Google do not like this kind of transactions and may punish you, since you may help to influence the serps results and profiting from it.

Right now Im testing Neurolinker, this suppose to help you with your backlinks, I will post about this later, after I get some Hard Data.

What are your experiences with DoFollow and NoFollow? How dangerous did you think it could be this?

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How to Show Some Love to Your Entrecard Dropers With EntreDropers Free PlugIn


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Today I found a cool FREE plug-in “EntreDropers”, you can see it in my right hand side bar below the Entrecard Widget.

This plug-in will show your last dropers taken from the RSS feed at Entrecard. You have the option to make the links “DoFollow” or “NoFollow”, I just choose to use “DoFollow” so you will get a real back link to your site, the more you drop on me, the more chances you have to keep in the first 5 Top dropers (you can also choose how many dropers to show, I just choose to show my first 5), therefore your site will be showing on the widget.

I also selected to show the description of your blog, this is just to Thanks all of my Dropers. Do the same, download the FREE plugin “EntreDropers” and show some love to your daily dropers, reward them, it may help you to make them come back for more love from you :-).

If you have any doubt on how to install this plugin just visit here to download and for the full information from his developer Owen Cutajar.

There are some other cool FREE plugins in this site.

Enjoy.

I hope you will want to drop on me more often than before with this new plugin :-).

To your Success,

Luis Torres

www.marketing-business-review.com

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Make your post link short and SEO friendly…Automatically !


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By default WordPress puts the exact title of the blog post as its post URL. Have a look here:

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What this means is that, if you have a blog post titled: “This post have a very long title that runs for miles”

You will end up with a URL that looks something like:
http://www.wordpressblog.com/12/1/this-post-have-a-very-long-title-that-runs-for-miles/

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Isn’t that irritating?

Take my word when I say that these long URLs do not come easily.

Long URLs have a lot of problems already attached with them:

  • They are difficult to pass on to other bloggers or your readers.
  • If you are passing them in Emails, then the long URL will break into half. The URL will no longer work correctly. There is nothing worse than someone replying back to your email saying that your link doesn’t work.
  • Long URLs often get truncated. In such cases the user will end up at “page not found” page instead of your blog post

But I still haven’t told you of the BIGGEST problem with long URLs.

Long URLs are NOT Search engine friendly.

This is the BIGGEST of all the problems with long URLs.

Let me explain this further.

Let’s say you have a blog post that is titled:
“Wordpress Blogger Livejournal which blog service should you use?”

Then this is your default URL given by WordPress: “http://www.yourblog.com/213/wordpress-blogger-livejournal-which-blog-service-should-you-use/”

That’s NOT how your URL should look like if you want a top search engine ranking for such search terms. Absolutely not.

You want your URLs to be short and Search Engine Optimized.

Here is how:

If someone wants to compare some specific blogging platforms, they will type words like “wordpress”, “blogger”, “livejournal” etc…

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They are less likely to type words like “which”, “should”, “you”, “use” etc… So I see that in your URL, only the keywords “wordpress, blogger” etc… are popular. Others are not.

Your URL contains 10 keywords. Only 3 among them are likely to be searched often and that’s what your important keywords are. What you are doing here is reducing the value of important keywords like “wordpress, blogger” etc… by adding more words like “which blog service you should use”.

So in conclusion:

Your post won’t have a well search engine optimized link. This will surely affect your search engine ranking.

Why? Because you have reduced the value of your main keywords.

So now you know why long URLs are bad. You also know that WordPress doesn’t really do much about it.

What do you do next?

Enter:
SEO Post Links Plugin by MaxBlogPress.

The SEO Post Links Plugin has been developed by keeping in mind all the shortcomings of the default WordPress configuration. To put it briefly, this plugin makes your blog post link short as well as optimizes it for search engine.

Here is a screenshot of the settings page of the plugin.

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Features

Maximum characters option:
You can specify the longest number of characters for your post slug. So you control how long you want your URL to be without comprising with the post title.

Force removal option:
You can even forcefully remove words from a URL that are shorter than the maximum slug length specified in the above option.

Unnecessary words options:
The plugin makes it easier for you by already including a lot of unnecessary words by default. SEO Post Link will automatically filter out all these keywords from your post link retaining only the good keywords for which you actually want to rank for.

You can also add or delete words from that list.

Remove short words option:
You can automatically remove words that are shorter than say 4 or 5 characters that will not be needed in a URL. You can have this feature turned on or off.

Download this wordpress plugin now!

There you have it, the answer to all your SEO unfriendly and long URLs problem can be solved by downloading this one simple plugin: the “SEO Post Links” Plugin By MaxBlogPress.

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Boost Your Blog’s Response Rate With “Stripe Ad”


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Pop-ups, pop-overs and pop-unders are all seen as obtrusive advertising that interferes with the user experience of your blog. The last thing someone needs is a flashy ad message popping up everywhere when they are trying to read your blog’s content.

Enter “Stripe Ads”, a new non-obtrusive way of displaying a single line of advertising message, a special note or other information right at the top of your blog, just like this:

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A cool “stripe” appears at the very top of your blog, with a call-to-action to get your blog readers to click on it and be taken to the appropriate landing page.

The ad itself is simple, easy to use, and you can have multiple ads rotating according to your needs.

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Not all ads are created equal – so instead of displaying random ads equally, you can set the importance of each ad using the “Weight” function. That makes sure that some ads appear more frequently than others.

100% Customizable To Match Any Blog!

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Here’s what you can do with the advanced settings page for Stripe Ads:

  • Create an unlimited amount of stripe ads
  • Choose the frequency of display and give each ad it’s own weight
  • Customize the look and feel of the ads to match your blog’s layout
  • Choose to have it static, or to hover at the top of you blog while scrolling down
  • Advertise an affiliate link, links to your own products, or special “timed” offers and promotions

You can make the ad stand out like a sore thumb, or neatly blend it in as just another element of your blog – it’s really up to you!

It’s Not Just an Advertising Tool!

Don’t look at Stripe Ads as just a promotional or advertising tool because it’s much, much more.

Stripe Ad is fully customizable to meet any need, and you can do this easily from within your WordPress dashboard under Options > MBP Stripe Ad.

You can also use it to:

  • Draw attention to a certain post or page on your blog for example a contest page, your services or a poll.
  • Show your disclaimers or Terms of Service (TOS)
  • Display an announcement or important news
  • Welcome new users and ask them to subscribe to your RSS feed (by displaying the ad for the first 3 visits or a particular user)
  • Much, much more (use your imagination folks)

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Download This Amazing Plugin Now!

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