Building An Opt In List: How to generate new subscribers by using comments on blogs

Posted on February 15, 2007. Filed under: Opt in email marketing |

Here’s a quick tip for using comments on blogs as a way to generate traffic and increase the number of potential subscribers

Offer genuine friendship and help as a clever, invisible way to link to your own blog.
When you come across a blog you really like or a post that you love, then this is the perfect opportunity to make friends. Leave a comment saying why you are so impressed and then add the fact that you have recommended their blog and the post you like in particular at your blog. Naturally you will need to tell them where to find the post. So linking to it in this case should be acceptable. What you will have done here is exchange reciprocal links which some people say are not as effective as one-way links but always omit to mention that they are much, much better than nothing where search engines are concerned and anyway they will get you massive amounts of traffic.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith


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Great info in this post. Posting on other sites can be key to building traffic, an easy way to drive traffic and gain more subscribers.


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