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Get Your Blog on Google’s First Page – 4 Simple Techniques

Getting your blog into Google’s top 10 results can leverage your business and increase your traffic greatly. Whatever the purpose for your blog, getting ad clicks, selling affiliate products, or gener...

Getting your blog into Google’s top 10 results can leverage your business and increase your traffic greatly. Whatever the purpose for your blog, getting ad clicks, selling affiliate products, or generating traffic to your sales page, a blog owner's ultimate goal is to brand himself while making a profit—easier said than done.The good news is that getting into Google's top spots can be accomplished with a little creativity and effort. The following are five ways you can get your blog onto Google’s first page and watch your traffic surge. Write Original ContentOriginal, informative, and authentic content rules in the Web 2.0 marketing world. While you don't have to post everyday, you need to post a minimum of three times a week. Personal studies have shown that traffic tends to drop off considerably if posting occurs less than three times a week. You also have to maintain a steady flow of content for the search engines. A steady flow of content shows that you're interested enough in your topic to keep it alive.The Web is moving towards authentic, two-way based conversations. Add humor to your posts. Give your content a twist and personality. One of the best ways to make your content come alive is to include a few real-life scenarios. Your readers will appreciate your honesty.This brings up a good point about content which is "SEOed". If you're writing about a topic you enjoy, you're adding a dash of your personality, and you're not concerned about keyword density, then you're doing it correctly. So, what does that mean? Be normal. If you're thinking about keyword density while you're writing, you're going to sound like Frankenstein.So, I'm busting the keyword density myth. Write like a human and you'll be rewarded. Submit Your Blog When you’ve developed a few, high-quality posts with original content, submit your blog to several high profile blog directories. Best of the Web (BOTW) has a blog directory which will set you back $40. Blog Catalog, Blogarama, and Top Rank Blog are also top notch directories. Be sure to use proper keyword targeting and a variety of title text.DMOZ, the daddy of all directories, also has a site dedicated to blogs only. As with the original DMOZ, make sure you follow the editorial guidelines and don't expect a quick turnaround.Submit Your RSS FeedSubmitting your RSS feed to several different sites can be done in just a couple of minutes using RSS Submit. For a small fee, this innovative piece of software from RSS Feeds Submit pings your feed automatically to over fifty sites. Post Your URL Link Everywhere From a Web 2.0 perspective, you'll have much more flexibility in promoting a blog. NetscapeArticle Search, Digg and Redit are primarily geared to blogs. Other strategies include leaving comments on other blogs that focus on the same niche as yours and answering questions at answers.yahoo.com.

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