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If you waited until now to check out Traffic Genesis, you can click here to check it out. It’s well worth the watch. They have saved the best for last and this video is jam packed: 1. Learn the 5-part process of the “Driving Web traffic on Demand” System. They’ll show you the key to getting high quality traffic that converts using Discovery, Targeting, Optimization, Upgrading, and Re-engagement Click here to see how Mike & Andy got these amazing results! 2. Why …
One of the tools we used day in, day out was Web traffic Genius. This link building software was a plugin for WordPress that created an RSS feed from each new post published on your site and added links to other articles you wanted to promote into to feed (you could set up a list of articles from which items were randomly to each post’s RSS feed). Web traffic Genius plugin was a fantastic plugin while it lasted. But something killed it off recently and that something was the Google Penguin …
Traffic is the single most important factor that determines if a website will be a success or failure. It trumps pretty site design and it even trumps content. Because without traffic, a website is just dead in the water. There are many link building strategies to drive traffic, both free and paid, but the bottom line is that they all take time. There really isn’t a fully automated system. Web traffic Genius comes pretty close as far as backlinks from RSS feeds are concerned, but there is …

RSS Link Bomber – Launch Price Special

Although this product from Mark Dulisse is very similar to Web traffic Genius (WTG), it’s pretty impressive. While I love WTG, I had to admit after installing this and quickly setting it up, this is like WTG on steroids. Frankly it is very impressive. This WordPress plugin is called RSS Link Bomber and it will create an RSS Feed for each and every Blog Post you create just like WTG does, but here is where it somwhat veers off course. While it submits your RSS Feeds to around 50 RSS Feed …
Let’s face it: Backlinks = traffic = cash. And one under-utilized method of getting backlinks is by submitting your site RSS feeds to the right places. If you build WordPress blogs, then you have the option of using the Web traffic Genius plugin (review here) which will automatically submit RSS feeds to a multitude of RSS aggregators each time a post is published. But what if you don’t use WordPress or you don’t want to spend money on another WP plugin? RSS Pigeon is a system …
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