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How to Promote Your Blog

Monday, April 23rd, 2007

The question has been asked more times then I care to count: How do I promote my blog?

My answer: One post at a time

It’s not sexy, it’s not a quick fix, it’s not a secret URL that you submit to and the rest is done for you. I’m sorry – I have no secrets for you – I wish that I did. The only way that I know how to make your blog a success is one post at a time. I will say that I think there’s more to this answer than meets the eye. The answer actually consists of two parts that’s what we’ll look at in this article.

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Online Advertising to Surpass Radio in 2008

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007

According to a report by ZenithOptimedia, online advertisement spending will overtake radio in 2008

ZenithOptimedia, a media planning and buying firm, said it expects the Internet to account for 8 percent of the world’s total advertising spending in 2008, compared with 7

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9 percent for radio

Ad spending on the Web is expected to grow six times faster than traditional media between 2006 and 2009

ZenithOptimedia said apart from the Internet, only cinema and outdoor advertising are expected to grow faster than the market to 2009

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Digg – Means Business

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

What a difference a day makes! On March 12th Search-This’ traffic hit an all-time high; a ridiculous high. Thanks to Paul O’Brien’s CSS article, “No Margin For Error” and the social phenomenon known as Digg.

Search-This received 22,633 unique visitors that day; about 20 thousand more visitors than normal! On day two we received 10,798 visitors and on day three we were almost back to normal with 2,837 visitors. You can see this in the charts below:

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Online Advertising Taking a Piece Out of Prints Pie

Friday, January 5th, 2007

“The newspaper industry is expected to loseWeight Exercise roughly $890 million annually in advertising revenue to the Internet through 2007, according to a March, 2006, report by Citigroup Investment Research. And much of the 1.4% growth in advertising overall this year is expected to come from a more than 15% gain in online revenue.”

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