You’ve heard about social bookmarking. And you’d love to tap into its power to bring more traffic to your blog. But where to start? Read on to find out about stumble upon traffic.
It’s a fact that in order to make money with your websites or Stylers Blog, you need traffic in the form of customers, and you need content that the customers want to find. To get customers, you need something on your websites that they want. That can be informative articles, ebooks, products you sell, etc. And you must keep the sites updated. If there’s nothing informative and if it’s not fresh, the customer will keep right on going to the next site, until they find what they are looking for.
Sabrina: I’m not a writer. Writers are those who pen great books and stories like John Grisham, Carolyn G. Hart, Tony Hillerman and so many more. I’m just a person who writes about business on my business website and life on my Lifestyle Blog.
I’ve never found this law in any books but I know it exists. How else to explain the disturbing fact that I can’t find a favorite sweatshirt I used to have 20 years ago? I know I didn’t throw it away and it didn’t get ruined in the wash. So where is it? Well, ok, it was 20 years ago and I’ve moved 4 times since then but it should still be here. Shouldn’t it? Unless the Natural Law of Attrition fairy crept in one night and quietly took care of it.
From the moment the news hit that Summer had passed away in the Sunshine State, the micro-blogging site, Twitter, streamed with scores of messages about her untimely death.
Jamba also signed a non-binding letter of intent to open five stores in the Washington D.C. area with tennis player Venus Williams. Ms. Williams’ joint venture group may look to lock up the D.C. / Maryland area under their franchise agreement. Details are still pending and they anticipate the first store opening some time this summer.
There are many free email services available now, so choosing which one to set up an email address with can be confusing. I am a recent convert to Gmail myself (June 2008), but I have joined many others including professional bloggers who use Gmail with great success and much happiness.
Because I could never bear to give these things away they just had to disappear little by little. Like dead skin cells sloughing off daily or hair quietly swirling down the drain one follicle at a time. You never see them go. Yet go they do. Swept gently and unnoticeably out of my life by the Natural Law of Attrition.