After spending about two hours today working on several of my blogs, I realized for the first time why I really love working with WordPress blogs….they’re COOL.
11. Exchanges links with other bloggers. Contact other bloggers who touch on the same topic as you but are not your competitors and ask to exchange links so you can cross promote each other. You benefit from his or her readers and vice-versa.
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AppBrain incorporates social elements to help you find selections. You can share wordpress blogs your favorites on Facebook and Twitter. It also lets you know which apps have dropped in price recently. Third-party tools can be very helpful when you are picking useful Android apps.
Comment on other blogs related to your topic. Each time you put a comment on other blogs, and eventually answer questions, your credibility as an expert rises. If people come to know you as the ‘go-to- person in your field they will come to read more about you on your blog. An added benefit is that by clicking on your link these readers will give you a backlink, which only helps your ranking.
So I headed back to the forums for some answers, only to wind up more confused. I was still missing something I wasn’t quite getting it. Then one day, as if I requested it, there it was, what seemed to be the perfect solution sitting in my inbox. It look just like another Solo Ad waiting for me to delete it, but when I saw the word wordpress sites I had to read on.
Reason #2: Do It Your Way – With WordPress you have a couple of choices as to how you will develop your blog. You can use the free (I love saying free) application at WordPress or if you have your own domain (the more suggested pathway) you can use a program like Fantistico usually found in your domain’s cpanel and upload WordPress to your own domain.This is the preferred way because it truly gives you almost unlimited control and you own the blog.
Thus, if your blog or site has enough keywords (3 to 7% is good – anything more may be tagged as spam and may be banned by search engines) along with good number of links from relevant and trusted web pages, it will rank high in the result page.