Monday, August 15, 2011

How to Identify B.S. Blog Articles

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If you're like me, you've probably had it "up to here" with know-it-all "guru" bloggers, writing a bunch of crap so they can either win a contest or sell you something like an eBook or a "system" or maybe even some software!

Here's what to watch out for:

  • Content is king (or Content is NOT king)
  • Blogs giving bad or poorly researched advice
  • 5 or 10 or 20 "Essential Twitter Tips"
  • The best time of day to post on your blog
  • How to Get Tons of Blog Comments (written on a blog that gets zero comments)
...and this one is my personal favourite:
  • How to make money with affiliate marketing (by someone who barely makes any money doing affiliate marketing)
Bloggers: AVOID "affiliate marketing" at all costs! Scroll down to read comments on this one!
All of the above were discussed in a May 09 2011 post on The Blogging Bookshelf. The article has racked up 129 comments of the very best kind! [See my upcoming post about having too many comments on your blog, coming soon! Check back everyday until it posts!]


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4 comments:

  1. Hah I agree. There's so many people online making money by telling others how they make money.. It's like an evil spiral.

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  2. Wonderful! Will love to read your next post because I can really see that too many comments is... oh till that article comes out.

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  3. @Chadrack

    Please do! You'll be surprised!

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  4. I find this information very useful and it has considerably saved my time.thanks

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