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10 Most Inspirational Quotes Ever

10 Most Inspirational Quotes Ever
10 Most Inspirational Quotes Ever Did you know that there is a direct correlation between our mind and body and the state of both influences and impacts each other’s activity? It is always good to clear negative thoughts and vibrations that crop up everyday from within us as well as in our immediate surroundings. So, what do we do? Simple… Have these inspirational quotes printed, keep them on your table top or hang them as posters in the office. Toss all your problems that bug you for a while and quiet your mind for the first five minutes. Keep reassuring yourself that everything will go well for you the whole day and you are capable of achieving all the targets prioritised for that particular day. This may be a small collection of Inspirational Quotes but we are not one to under-estimate the power of WORDS. LETS GO ON ADVENTURES…. SMILE, SPARKLE, SHINE… BE HAPPY, BE BRIGHT, BE YOU… NEVER LOSE HOPE… CONQUER FEAR EVERYDAY… LIFE ISN’T WAITING FOR THE STORM TO PASS…IT’S ABOUT LEARNING TO DANCE IN THE RAIN… DON’T BE THE SAME… BE BETTER ENJOY THE LITTLE THINGS…   IF YOU WANT TO FLY, GIVE UP EVERYTHING THAT WEIGHS YOU DOWN… ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE…   IF YOU ENJOYED THIS POST, DROP A LINE IN THE COMMENT SECTION OR IF YOU HAVE A GREAT COLLECTION OF QUOTES, SEND IT ACROSS FOR PUBLISHING… Contact Mail Id:...
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The Best Blog Traffic Building Techniques

The Best Blog Traffic Building Techniques
The Best Blog Traffic Building Techniques Launching a blog might be easy but running it successfully is a tough call and you might want some serious, genuine insights on the inside secrets. Hence this post on “The Best Blog Traffic Building Techniques” which will serve as a kick starter to find your easy way through. 1. Identify Your Target Reader Your task is to find your target reader and then identify the social networks that reader prefers. Content marketing success starts with knowing how to find your target audience. After all, how can you begin creating content before you know who your audience is? Good content marketing takes time. You can’t afford to waste that time with content that isn’t perfectly focused on your target market. You need to find who your people are. But how? Master the Art of Writing Online Content for eBooks, Websites, Blogs and Marketing. Develop Content Ideas & Copywriting It’s true that great content tends to naturally attract an audience. It does not, however, guarantee that it will be the best audience for your brand. That means visitors that are likely to: a. Connect your content to your product. b. Buy your product because of your content. Blogging Like a Professional to Generate Revenue Defining who your real audience is will help you focus not only on creating great content but on creating the right content. It makes it easier to create content that makes you an authority in your industry, rather than creating content for its own sake. Before you can create content that resonates, it helps to know your intended audience (as well as who they are not). An audience definition should ideally connect these three things: 1. Your product or service 2. Your main audience demographic 3. Your content’s mission 2. Determine The Traffic Potential Of Target Social Networks From my experience, the social media sites that send the most traffic to blogs in general are: 1. Facebook 2. Twitter 3. Google+ 4. Pinterest 5. LinkedIn The results vary depending on your target reader. If your blog post is more oriented around professional readers and business you might have more potential traffic from LinkedIn and Google+. If your target reader is more visual it might make more sense to focus exclusively on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. Pinterest Marketing Map to Using Pinterest from scratch! Once you start getting traffic from social networks you’ll be able to evaluate the traffic to determine if your target reader is visiting your blog. In your analytics, watch bounce rates on your posts. Segment out traffic from social media networks. You’ll be able to determine if traffic from certain networks provide better traffic than others. 3. Ways Of Driving Country-Specific Traffic Top level domain extensions like .com and .org usually rank higher on global search engines, but in order to have your blog or website target a specific country, buying a country-specific domain is always a good idea. You may notice that most Aussie bloggers are using the .au domain extension, and they rank pretty high in Australian Google. Similarly for India, you can target .in or .co.in as your domain extensions with good results in India. For traffic from the U.K. (United Kingdom), grab a .co.uk domain extension for the best results.   4. Google Webmaster Tool Geo-Targeting Google Webmaster Tool, a free tool from Google for bloggers and webmasters, will be very helpful to a blogger or webmaster seeking country-specific traffic. This tool allows you to set which country your website is targeted to, which helps you get traffic from that targeted country. Log in and verify your website in the Google Webmaster Tool,...
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