How a 3 Month Old Website Received 958373 Visits from Google

Viper Chill

Just look at some of the top referring keywords to one of my sites for that month: Vancouver 2010: 41,270 Super bowl 2010: 32,836 Olympics 2010: 6,216 Valentines day ideas: 5,688 This is just a small sample of a report which contains thousands of different phrases.

Monthly Trends + 10 Tips for a Flawless Linking Strategy

ProBlogger

This guest post is written by Kimberly Turner, cofounder of Regator. Build relationships and community. When bloggers in a particular niche link to one another, it shows mutual respect and helps build the community around that niche. Kimberly Turner is a cofounder of Regator , as well as an award-winning print journalist. Find her on Twitter @kimber_regator , get free widgets for your blog , or nominate your blog for review.

Blogosphere Trends + Being Opinionated

ProBlogger

This column is written by Kimberly Turner from Regator (a great tool that gathers and organizes the world’s best blog posts). But I report the list, I don’t decide what’s on it (neither does Regator —it just calculates what’s being blogged about most this week). Keeping your tone positive and staying open to contradictory viewpoints will help maintain a healthy community and positive vibe. You can find her on Twitter @kimber_regator.

Monthly Trends + Resolutions for a Better Blog

ProBlogger

It’s the beginning of the month as well as the year, so, as always, Regator has provided blogosphere trends for the month, and I’ll use posts about these popular stories to inspire you to make a vow to improve your blog in the New Year. The most-blogged about stories for December 2010, in order, were: Christmas , Wikileaks , Tax Cuts , DADT / Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell , Tron , New Year’s Eve , Net Neutrality , Elizabeth Edwards , Oprah , and Michael Vick.) Happy 2011!

What Traits Define a Social Media Marketer?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

These scenarios come to fruition in spontaneous communities, on social networks, and other self-service tools – all thanks to the availability of low cost technology and access to the world wide web. People are different, communities are different and marketers/brands are different.