5 Easy Tips For the Beginning Guest Blogger

June 30, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

This post was guest blogged by Adam McKerlie, a writer for devjargon.

What do Problogger.net, Freelanceswitch.com, and Dailyblogtips.com have in common? Other than the fact that they are all very successful blogs, they all have guest posters. Guest posting is a great way to get yourself known in the blogosphere and to increase your worshipers readers.

Being a good guest poster however is not easy. There are many things to think about such as integrating your post into the host website, impressing / pleasing the owner of the website you’re posting to and optimizing traffic that you receive from that guest post.

Posted in Blogging, Make Money Online | 25 Comments

Winning the Web T-Shirt Models – Part 4

June 26, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

Another set of 3 Winning the Web t-shirt models are in. If you want join these studs to be a stylish Winning the Web super model, get a t-shirt and send in your picture to be featured with a link back to your site.

Part 4 features 3 blogger guys who voted for me in my competition against Tyler Cruz a while back: Thomas Sinfield of Standout Blogger, Melvin Dichoso, and Darren Singleton.

Thomas Sinfield
Thomas Sinfield of Standout Blogger
Melvin Blog
Melvin Dichoso
Darren Singleton
Darren Singleton

Posted in Winning the Web | 21 Comments

The 5 Business Models of SEO – Pros & Cons, Discover the One For You

June 23, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

5 business models of SEOSEO is a relatively new industry that has taken off with growing Internet usage and the surging popularity of search engines like Google and Yahoo. Businesses are realizing the potential of online search as a means for effective lead generation, and this has a created a huge demand for increased organic search rankings and thus search engine marketing services.

So how can a good SEO profit from all of this? What are our options? I see the following 5 business models for SEO:

  1. In-house SEO for a company
  2. SEO agency
  3. Independent SEO consultant
  4. SEO education

Posted in Articles, SEO | 33 Comments

Weekly Link Roundup – June 16, 2008

June 22, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

  • Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting is a terrific interviewer who recently released the transcript of his link building interview with Googler Matt Cutts. The interview offers some great insights and takeaways that every SEO and web publisher should learn about.
  • It’s broken for a while, but the Social Media for Firefox add-on has now been fixed and re-released. The add-on shows you the vote counts on other social bookmarking networks when you’re viewing submissions on Digg, Reddit, StumbleUpon, and del.ici.ous. It’s useful to have if you’re into building up your submissions for your social media profiles.

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Download Firefox 3 – Be a Part of History & Set a New World Record

June 17, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

What is your web browser of choice? Today, Mozilla is releasing the much anticipated next version of it’s popular Firefox application. There’s a ton of fanfare to support the release and Mozilla is even trying to set a new world record for the most downloads in 24 hours.

At the time of this writing, there are over 1,700,000 pledges to download the software all around the world. In order set the new Guinness World Record, they’ll need at least 3 million downloads by the end of the day.

Posted in Internet News | 17 Comments

Win a Free Full Conference Pass to Blog World Expo 2008, Can’t-Miss Event

June 16, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

blog world expoWant to go to Blog World Expo this summer? Here’s your chance to win a FREE full conference pass to the popular 1-year old event, the first and only industry-wide tradeshow, conference, and media event dedicated to promoting the dynamic industry of blogging and new media. Last year’s expo was a huge success with thousands of attendees, great mainstream media coverage, and prominent speakers like Mark Cuban, Matt Mullenweg, and Jeremy Wright. The event is a prime opportunity to make new contacts, learn more about blogging, and receive more exposure for your brand – in fabulous Las Vegas too.

Posted in Blogging | 15 Comments

Joost de Valk aka Yoast – Winner of the Week

June 15, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

joost de valkThis week I want to feature Dutch SEO, Joost de Valk, for all of his excellent work creating WordPress plugins and resources. Joost (pronounced Yoast) lives in the Netherlands and is a knowledgeable SEO strategist who has spoken at popular search conferences like SES New York. What sets Joost apart from the competition is that he specializes in WordPress SEO, writing extremely useful newsletters and plugins for the blogging platform.

Joost recently changed his site to Yoast.com to redesign to a more professional look and to better brand himself as an expert in the US. Looks great!


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Weekly Link Roundup – June 9, 2008

June 15, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

weekly link roundupsIn past weeks, I’ve included weekly link roundups in the Winners of the Week series. However, I now want to reserve that series for actually picking “winners” and acknowledging their work on a weekly basis. Instead of just dropping a bunch of various links, I want to write a full post on why the chosen winner deserves the award.

So with that, a new category is born – weekly link roundups. Every week, I’ll be posting links to interesting articles in the recent past. I actively follow many Internet marketing related blogs in my feed reader and this is your way of receiving direct access to the pieces that impact me most. You’ve read my thoughts on why link roundup posts are so effective, so I hope this is helpful.

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Google Trends 2.0 – New Keyword Research Weapon? Discover My Killer Insights

June 11, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

Using Google Trends has always been a good way to stay on top of buzz keywords and to monitor trends for a single keyword over time. However, one of the biggest qualms about the service was the inability to determine absolute or even relative search frequency between different keywords. Fortunately, that’s changed with the latest update from Google.

Posted in Articles, SEO | 14 Comments

10 Ways to Select a Profitable Affiliate Offer

June 11, 2008 - Written by Gyutae Park  

PPC affiliate marketing is something that’s been high up on my to do list for a long time now. Aside from dealing with all of the SEO client work, blogging, and managing my web properties, I’d like to start up some more profitable affiliate campaigns that generate large flows of passive income.

Super affiliates like Paul Borque, Jonathan Volk, and Amit Mehta all make it look easy but you’d be a fool if you actually thought it was. Each of these super affiliates has invested thousands of dollars and countless hours into testing, tweaking, and optimizing campaigns.

Posted in Affiliate Marketing, Articles | 21 Comments

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