Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Grow Your Blog Traffic

There are some free services to promote your blog.
Blog Explosion is very popular and is based on free exchange traffic system.
Link2blogs is another company based on traffic exchange. You display a Link2Blogs box containing 5 links to other blogs, earning credits to have the link to your blog displayed on other blogs. That way you'll get exposed to different audiences for free.

Saturday, September 18, 2004

Make Money with Your Blog

There are many options to earn more revenue from your blog with online advertising. Google AdSense delivers ads targeted to your content pages and, when you add Google WebSearch to your blog. For more infrmation visit Google Advertising Programmes.

You can also add to your blog affiliate marketing programs. One of the example in Australia is EmailCash.

Saturday, August 14, 2004

Emarketing Certificate

We are offering online course: Emarketing Certificate which will show you how to use the Internet to enhance relationships with customers. You will learn how to plan, create, produce and evaluate effective interactive communications including internet advertising campaigns. The subject is taught through analysis of the Internet consumer and current campaigns and emarketing activities. It covers both technical and strategic marketing and communications issues.
Search Engine Marketing Training
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Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Grow Your Business with a Blog

You will give your business extra exposure by publishing a blog about the news relating to the services you provide. Blogs are becoming more influential because they affect the content of international media coverage. They improve your business by promoting customer feedback, and make your company website more popular.

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Blogs as Disruptive Tech

Blogware has grown from its simple origins to an increasingly powerful content management solution. As first, weblogs just supported basic features: time stamps for each weblog post, automatic archiving of old posts, automated header dates for the posts on a given day, permalinks that automatically gave its entry its own unique URL.
But in the past two years, there have been incredible advances in blogware functionality. Now many blogware packages support advanced features like:
Multiple databases
Multiple templates
Multiple users
Draft status, and future posting
Category support
Data syndication
and much more.
Increasingly, there's only a thin layer of functionality separating blogware from low-end Content Management solutions. Features like:
Basic Workflow, so administrators can approve content and templates
Permission Levels, so you can easily separate content editors from template designers. Update Histories, so you can track whose updating what (and when)
Multiple Types of Data, so you can do more than just post blogs (e.g. post Press Releases or Job Listings)
A blogging software company that adds those functionalities to basic blogware could start to eat away at Content Management market share on the low-end. It's already starting to happen with corporate weblogs: knowledge management blogs, corporate communications blog, and marketing blogs are all making a splash in the marketplace without much participation from the low to mid-end content management systems.