The Entrecard Experiment

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It is said that the average site can double it’s traffic just by dropping their Entrecard on 300 sites a day for a month. This will give the user 300 points instantly, and enough exposure to those 300 people per day to come back to your site and drop your card. Many of those sites are part of the “U Drop, I Follow” network, where they will make sure of dropping a card back on you if you drop yours on theirs first. So, to help motivate some non-active Entrecard users out there, I am going to make it a habit of dropping 300 times a day and see what happens.

Now dropping 300 times a day might sound hectic, but if you Google “Entrecard Lists” or “Entrecard 300 Lists,” then you will find lists of sites that have the Entrecard above the fold, (above the point of where you have to start scrolling,) and sites that load quickly. This process should take around 20 minutes a day, and help you out when finding sites to drop on. These lists will help me out as well upon conducting this experiment.

I am starting this experiment with about 1000ec, and we will see where I am in terms of credits in a month of this post without purchasing any advertising or items. I will also post my traffic influx if there is one. To help me out, make sure you drop your Entrecard on mine, (on the right,) and within these next 30 days we’ll see what happens.

Entrecard, Google, 300, EC, Experiemnt, SEO, Traffic Improvement, Traffic, Statistics, SEO

Google Adsense vs. Yahoo Publisher Network: Which One Is Truly Better?

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There are a million Adsense vs. YPN articles out there, but this one is different. This one will be based upon a different opinion, and ultimately contain a different conclusion. If you think you have already made your choice of a preferable publisher network to run on your site, you may want to think again.

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The Ways of the SEO Samurai

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This is a guide for many of you out there who is either having trouble starting their own blog, or have a blog that seems slow in terms of unique traffic. This guide will give you tips and tricks and introduce you to the world of SEO otherwise known as Search Engine Optimization. And in relation to the title, I promise I’m not personally claiming to be an SEO Samurai or anything, I’m just saying that if there ever happened to be one, he would probably operate in these ways. Thought you

Here is a Closed Beta Invitation for Qassia

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So far, Qassia is very intriguing. It claims to be an “intelligence engine,” or a closed community of blogs where users share links and “intel,” or information with each other. When a user reads and refers the intel, they gain Qassia bucks, which they get to spend on backlinks, other sources of traffic, or integrate it with their ad revenue sharing program somehow. This is definitely a good idea for users with new site startups.

Once you sign up you immediately get a user account, where you can add your sites and other info. You also get a referral link to invite your friends with, and if you do, you receive $100 QBucks. But if you sign up within the next 12 hours from this post and refer someone, because of the closed beta, Quassia has upped it to $500 QBucks. So here is an invitation for you, (click the link and then Sign Up so I get the refer credit and you get the closed access,) and we can all test this together. Enjoy.

I am going to be using this service for The Many Happenings, and I will write updates as they happen. I hope the service is worthwhile – it definitely seems like it is.

Quassia, Closed Beta, Traffic Exchanges, SEO

A Little Bit About The Current Projects

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Just to get my readers familiar with the current projects and their progress, I will list them in order of importance. Even though you can view them on the sidebar to the right, here is a little bit of info about each one.

GameDrift – Technology & Gaming Combined. My first real site and the one I have probably put the most time in. We discuss and review current and past games, conduct interviews, and host independent opinions about the industry. Updates have been a little slow lately but traffic is still quite intense.

FixUpMyPic – Photo Improvement. This free photo retouching service has gone way far beyond my expectations, and is gaining popularity tremendously. FUMP, as many call it, is receiving a ton of positive press and is even going to be featured in Women’s World Weekly, who reports to have over 2 million weekly readers. This is going to bring a lot of new users to the site, and we can’t wait.

PhetchIt – The Best of the Internet. This is an automatically updated blog which bases its content on the internet’s most popular RSS feeds. This has been mostly an experiment, but seems to get a lot of visitors from the trackbacks it produces.

Buogo – Helping the World Listen. This site is currently a WIP, and we are still looking for investors and contributors. The site will be an online magazine powered by the users and their content. More on this later.

Though there are several other projects that I am affiliated with, these seem to be the most important. Keep checking the blog for updates on these projects and more. I hope you’ve enjoyed them.

GameDrift, FixUpMyPic, Phetchit, Buogo, RSS, Trackbacks, Blogs, SEO, Projects