While this article was written for writers who are looking to self publish their own book, the technique that Shelley outlines here can be used to promote just about any type of product, even an eBook.
I was thinking about this comment spam series that I’ve written and I realized that it isn’t complete yet. There is at least one more post in this series.
You see, the series was written from my perspective. I’m not an A-List blogger and I don’t have to deal with the massive amounts of comments, email, etc. that they do. So, do the techniques that I’ve outlined scale to the rockstar level?
But now we want to know, “How do we fight back?” Comments are a valuable part of blogging and the social web. They are vital for building community. But it takes time to moderate comments. What ways can help us handle the load?
Anyone who has a blog knows that comments are magnets for spam. Many bloggers have struggled with ways to deal with spam and I can imagine it becomes harder as your blog becomes more popular, not easier. But lets take a closer look at these comments.
Most authors are wasting their time producing dozens to hundreds of high quality articles that never reach a fraction of their traffic potential. It’s a darn shame.
When I review the behind-the-scenes traffic statistics on over 20,000 articles that have produced over 1 million monthly page views in my article marketing lab…ONE thing is clear: All articles are not created equal even when everything about them is identical except for the TITLE.
Here are my secret findings that can help skyrocket the web traffic that your articles can create back to your website: