Basically the Blog Traffic Exchange solution is automated, you don't have to establish relationships with the individual webmasters in the network, like quite a few other systems out there.
However, the Blog Traffic Exchange offers a little more information, unlike other systems that rely on simple text links or small banners. Therefore, me as well… downloading it Thanks John….
Traffic exchanges will always have that entry level market. If the service will prove to be popular you will face growing number of people wanting to game the system, good thing that you appreciate the relevancy very highly.
Besides, the related posts come from external sites instead, the Related Websites plugin from Blog Traffic Exchange works in much the same way.
Here are the related articles that show up for a post on music blogging. It's a well-known fact that the related titles posts are followed by brief excerpts from the articles. This helps your readers better determine these subject matter related websites. This would depend in part on what's available in the network, blog Traffic Exchange aims to keep these articles as relevant as possible.
Like John Chow dot Com and Beyond the Rhetoric, you'll notice that the bloggers include a list of related posts after their posts, with lots of blogs in the blogosphere. Using the 'plug in' by the same name, this generates a list of internal links to related articles. The majority of these existing systems are flawed, one strategy that you may want to consider is a link or traffic exchange of some kind. The guys behind Blog Traffic Exchange ordered this review to promote a new WordPress 'plug in' that alleviates quite a few of these issues.
Thanks John for the great info.
What a great twist to the traffic exchange ideas. Much better than the classic traffic exchanges that really don't work anymore John Chow, a damn fine person, community friend, Ultimate Fighting Championship contestant, member of the Save the Whales Foundation, the man who controls the blackish market on baby seal pelts and member of the probably yo' daddy foundation.
The idea we have that you can increase blog traffic by using blog traffic to get blog traffic. In effect, you are attempting to direct some of your blog readers to related articles posted around the Blog Traffic Exchange network. Known in exchange, other network members will do the same for you. Notice that the installation and activation of this WordPress 'plug in' is just like any other 'plugin'. You'll download the zip file, extract it, upload it to your WordPress plug ins folder, and activate it. Now let me tell you something. That's simple enough. From there, you can access its quite straightforward options panel.
You've got to wonder how it will ever make any money, since this 'plug in' is free.
It says that advertising will never be included as traffic part exchange, as part of its description. I'd say that they may start selling impressions in the future for premium members in the Blog Traffic Exchange, if I were to fathom a guess. Kevin clarify when he sees this review. Now please pay attention. You should always be looking for ways to drive more traffic to your site, as a website owner. As a result, whenever networking with other people in your niche, working on your SEO, and taking advantage of social media platforms, You may be employing a myriad of approaches.
Better to send them to a site that's going to send them to you. At least that's my thought. You should come up with a TRADING TRAFFIC script for bloggers.
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It's definitely worth spending some time on it to see if I really like it.
Related selection articles, based on keywords, is randomly rotated with each page load and globally every 24 hours. There is a proprietary traffic balancing algorithm that rewards blogs that send diverse traffic into the exchange more frequent placement. I'm sure you heard about this. And therefore the more traffic you send out, the more you will receive in return.
the main reasons for having Related Post was to keep people on the site. Why would I want to send someone to another site never to be heard from again, right? Also, the main reasons for having Related Post was to keep people on the site. Now let me ask you something. Why would I want to send someone to another site never to be heard from again? Start Your WordPress Blog.