The Auto Wealth Maker – Our Straightforward Review

Is the Auto Wealth Maker course one of those programs that can show you the best way to earn online? We will be taking a closer look at this program to determine what it can do for you.

Discovering the right program that can explain to you how to make money online it’s not as simple as it seems. The Auto Wealth Maker course is one of those programs that can show you the best way to earn online and here we will be taking a closer look at this method.

This specific program is a little different in the fact that it does not rely on any of that “miracle” software you hear about nowadays.

Everyone should know that those million dollar software products aren’t effective and that is one of the first things they will tell you. This system does however show you how to become an online affiliate and drive loads of traffic to your affiliate offers so that you can make money.

For those of you who are unaware, an affiliate is someone that promotes a product and is provided with a commission for any sale they generate. When you ask anyone in the Internet marketing world, they’re going to tell you that affiliate marketing is one of the best ways to get started making money on the web.

Even though there are lots of programs that will permit you to become an affiliate for their products, the challenging part is getting people to see your offers. In fact 95 percent of all new affiliate markers fail, this is because of the fact that they have no idea how to begin getting people to see these offers. And the Auto Wealth Maker method helps you with the customers problem.

This system is basically a software package that helps you generate automated traffic for your affiliate links.

The whole process of setting everything up is actually quite easy, first you choose an opportunity which looks good to you. And after that the next step is always to create your visitors. You will be able to have your first campaign all set within 8 minutes.

Quite simply this software takes 8 minutes to put together a website and each website you build should earn you about $10 a day. He then also tells you that the key to becoming successful is to find something that works and copy it. When you can set up a website that will earn you on average $300 monthly, when you set up multiple sites such as this you will be making more money.

As we talked about earlier getting traffic is the challenging part and this software gets the website traffic for you. When you get the people to your affiliate links, you will make money.

This product and software has one more main ingredient that really makes it well worth a try. You will get to try the software out for a full 2 months and if your not making money, you receive a full refund on your purchase price. Any time anyone puts that sort of guarantee out there, you can be pretty sure that the software is going to work.

Basically the Auto Wealth Maker program is a fresh look at making money online. You can also buy it with piece of mind as you’re able to obtain a full refund for up to 2 months. Because you will get so much with this particular software and you can begin for only $47 makes it worth it for you to have a better look for yourself.

If you need more information on the whole system you’ll find a video on their primary web page that describes this system in additional detail.

Check out the Auto Wealth Maker and get started today.

DoFollow Blog Backlink Strategy Part 2

Robert was questioning whether his dofollow blog backlink strategy was working. By looking at the Yahoo backlinks to Roberts site, I found a good number of links pointing back to his blog.

This is part #2 of the post related to the dofollow blog backlink strategy and if it really works.

In part one of dofollow backlink strategy, Robert was questioning whether his dofollow blog backlink strategy was working.  By looking at the Yahoo backlinks to Roberts site, I found a good number of links pointing back to his blog.

So, I have to question if Robert is thinking his backlink strategy is not working because he is not seeing the traffic he is expecting.

If a lack of traffic is Roberts gauge of success, there may be a few reasons Robert is not seeing a return on his dofollow blog backlink time investment.  Here are the suggestions I gave Robert, with some detail added.

1. Make sure you are using keywords you want to target in the comment title. First look at some comments on the blog to make sure the blog owner allows keywords. Some only approve proper names.  I tend to shy away from dofollow blogs that only allow me to use proper names.  If they allow keyword titles, or they use the KeywordLuv plugin, make sure you use the keywords you are wanting to target.

2. If you are targeting keywords that are too competitive, you are fighting a loosing battle.  For example, if Robert is using a generic keyword such as “politics” for his keywords, he will never rank well due to the amount of competition he will have to face.  He will need to use more targeted keywords that have less competition to get on the first page of Google.

4.  Use different keywords.  If you use the same exact keyword on all blog commenting you do, Google may get suspicious and it may hurt you.  Change up your keywords so you have a variety of related keywords going to your blog.

5.  Don’t always use your main blog for the Website.  Use individual post URLs for some of your comments.  This is often called deep linking, and will help Google find individual posts, and send traffic to them.  Spread those links around to several pages (posts) on your site.

6. Make sure you leave quality comments so your comments are approved.  I delete about half the comments left on my blog.  It’s usually because they are not related to the post being commented, so I know they never read the blog post.  Or, the comment is just a short comment that adds absolutely no value to the blog post.  Don’t waste your time commenting on blogs if you’re not going to do it right.  Make good comments that will get approved.

7. Don’t just comment on the same blogs. It’s okay to comment on the same blogs over and over, especially if they have a Top Commentors plugin installed.  But, you also need to spread your comments out over multiple blogs.

I would also give Robert one more suggestion.  If I were going to spend the time building a lot of backlinks to a website, I would want to do it to a website that I had total control over.  Robert has done a lot of work, created a lot of unique content on Blogger.com.

If it were me, I would move the content to a WordPress blog on my own domain and web host.  You can get a domain for less than $10 per year and web hosting for less than $7 per month.  With your own domain, web host and WordPress blog you have more control over your website and you can do more with it.

I hope Robert and Sally don’t mind me using their comments for this post about dofollow blog backlink strategy.  They do get a link back to their sites, so that should help 🙂

Your comments are always welcome, and who knows, your quality comments may lead me to do a post related to your comments and you may get a link back to your site in a blog post – another reason to leave good and related comments.

Mike

New DoFollow Blog Comment Strategy

Today I discovered a new dofollow blog comment strategy. If you have a dofollow blog, you need to know this new strategy. If you comment on dofollow blogs, I have some advice for you.

If you are thinking about commenting on this dofollow blog, I welcome and value your comments.

You do need to know that I monitor the comments closely, and I do delete comments that are not related to the post topic.

The reason I have to monitor comments closely, is there will always be people who try to cheat the system.

By reading comments posted to this blog, I recently discovered a new dofollow blog comment strategy.  If you have a dofollow blog, you need to know about this new strategy.  If you comment on dofollow blogs, I will have some advice for you.

I noticed an interesting comment on this blog.  The comment stated “Is generating dofollow blog backlink traffic really worth the time and effort that it takes to make quality comments on dofollow blogs? Does it really work? I am a strong advocate of dofollow blogs, which is why I blog about it, and I can tell you that my experience tells me that it does work.”

I thought, that sure sounds familiar.  Of course it was familiar, it was the first paragraph of a post I made on this very blog a few days ago – see  Dofollow Blog Backlink Traffic.

This comment was not left on the above post, it was left as a comment on a different blog post.

So, it appears someone is extracting the first paragraph of a post, then posting that as a comment on a different post of the same blog, to get a backlink that looks like a valid comment.

I am guessing this is an automated, or semi-automated process that was designed to post a lot of comments in a short period of time.  This is a very clever strategy, and would have gone unnoticed if I didn’t actually read my blog comments.

But, I did catch it and this person will not get a backlink from me because I consider this – blog comment spam.  This time I just deleted the comment, if I see it again from the same person, I will flag it as spam.  If I start seeing it used more often by different people, I will flag them all as spam.

If your blog is a dofollow blog, you really need to watch your comments closely and not let people take advantage of you giving them a backlink.  Don’t reward people who are trying to cheat the system.

If you comment on dofollow blogs and are tempted to try something similar, don’t do it.  Sooner or later you will be discovered, and your blog comments will be flagged as spam.  Then your blog comments will disappear, and you will only have yourself to blame.

Mike

Dofollow Blogs and Page Rank

Well, it appears Google has done another page rank update. So, how did your dofollow blog Page Rank do? Does having a dofollow blog affect your page rank? Honestly, I don’t know. My page ranks have not changed at all – up or down, so I don’t know how they would have been ranked if they were not dofollow.

Well, it appears Google has done another page rank update.  So, how did your dofollow blog Page Rank do?  Does having a dofollow blog affect your page rank?

Honestly, I don’t know.  My page ranks have not changed at all – up or down, so I don’t know how they would have been ranked if they were not dofollow.

There are some who believe that your page rank will drop if you are a dofollow blog.  Since you will have more out going links, you will be losing some link juice.  There is probably some truth to that.

I came across Melissa Eaton’s Niche Website Building Tips blog, and she made a post claiming dofollow blogging affected her page rank negatively.  Her PR did drop, and it could have been related to dofollow, or it could be related to some other factors she mentions in her post.

She has turned dofollow off and is going to use a different plugin, that allows you to give your commentors dofollow links after a certain number of posts.

So, you if your PR is negatively affected by dofollow outgoing links, should you turn off dofollow?  Of course that is for you to decide, but here is my view.

Since going dofollow on 4 of my blogs, the page rank has not changed on any of them.  I would have thought that since the last Google update their PR would have increased since they are older, have more incoming links, have more content and have more traffic.

I think there is a strong possibility that my PR could have gone up on at least two of them if they were not dofollow.  So, I have to decide what I would rather have – a better PR, or more traffic.

Since going dofollow on my blogs my traffic has gone up and my Alexa rank has steadily improved on all the blogs.  I really don’t think my traffic would have increased if my blogs were nofollow.

I know that Google PR is important, but I really wonder if it’s as important as it used to be and as important as people believe it is.

I have seen websites with a PR3 or PR4 that I suspect received a high PR because they were ranked on obscure keywords that no one searches for, and they probably don’t have much traffic.  I have seen these sites with an Alexa rank of over 3 million in popularity, when my blogs are steadily dropping to the low 200K in popularity.  FYI, with Alexa lower is better.

I have also seen sites under 50K in Alexa with no PR, or a PR of zero.

So, my belief is – PR, though nice, is not as good as more traffic with a low, or no, PR.  Of course, ideally you would like to have both high PR and a lot of traffic.

I will continue to have dofollow blogs until I have strong evidence that it’s hurting my blogs to the point of costing me traffic.

Mike

A Simple Backlink Strategy

As you know, one good way of building backlinks is by posting on dofollow blogs. This is one of my favorite strategies, that’s why this blog exists and why I created my DoFollow Blog Directory. Because I am always interested in building backlinks, a post by Alex Sysoef caught my eye.

As you know, one good way of building backlinks is by posting on dofollow blogs. This is one of my favorite backlink strategies, that’s why this blog exists and why I created my DoFollow Blog Directory.

Because I am always interested in building backlinks, a post by Alex Sysoef caught my eye. He has a great post, Build Oneway Backlinks Through Influence Guide, that contains a video he did that shows another way to build backlinks.

This video has a couple of great tips on how to use Google and Google Alerts to notify you when someone links to your blog. His strategy is to reciprocate by doing something in return for the link – like Stumbling or Digging the post that links to him.

This has two benefits:
1. Gives you a chance to use the law of reciprocity
2. Can bring you more traffic as you Stumble and Digg those posts linking to you.

This is one of those simple strategies that makes so much sense that you wonder why you didn’t think of it yourself.

You can implement this simple backlink strategy today – it will only take a few minutes of your time.

Mike

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Criticizing DoFollow Blogs

I follow the dofollow blog movement closely, and I’ve seen a number of blog owners criticize the dofollow blog movement. That’s okay – if every blog owner went dofollow, we would lose the advantage we have being dofollow blog owners.

I follow the dofollow blog movement closely, and I’ve seen a number of blog owners criticize the dofollow blog movement.

There main criticisms are:

1. If you go dofollow on your blog, you are inviting comment spam – it’s just not worth it.

2. If you write good content on your blog, people will comment anyway, so you don’t need to go dofollow. So, you should pay no attention to nofollow vs. dofollow when commenting on blogs.

Now, I’m not going to totally discount those two opinions, there is some truth to both.

But, those blog owners need to understand a few things.

1. As an owner of 4 dofollow blogs, I spend about 5 minutes per day total, moderating comments on those blogs and deleting those comments that don’t add value.

So, the spam comment is really not a valid comment, unless you have a very high traffic blog.

I would guess that very high traffic blogs could have a difficult time moderating hundreds or thousands of comments.

Of course, if you have a very high traffic blog, you don’t need to be dofollow because you already have the visitors.

You will need a spam comment plugin regardless of whether your blog is dofollow, or nofollow – Askimet is a good one and is included with WordPress. SpamKarma is the one that I use.

2. Just because you have great content does not mean I am going to comment on your blog. I, like most people, am a very busy person. I visit a number of blogs during the day and read some good content. I may Stumble your blog, or social bookmark it, but if your blog is nofollow the chances of me taking the time to comment are very slim.

If I am looking at two blogs of equal quality content, and one is dofollow while the other is nofollow, which one do you think I am going to spend my time commenting on?

I have news for you nofollow blog owners with this attitude – your content is not so great, it’s not so much better than many other blogger’s, that I am going to comment strictly based on your content. Perhaps I am being too honest here, but that is reality.

Okay, I have to make a disclaimer here – I may comment on your nofollow blog to explain to you that you are wrong in your opinion of dofollow blogs, but that is the only time I comment on nofollow blogs.

As I stated earlier, I read a number of blogs daily, and many are very good – but I may have not commented on your blog because you are nofollow and I will save my commenting time for a blog that is dofollow.

It’s also interesting to note that most of these nofollow bloggers that criticize dofollow blogs, have very, very few comments on them. Even when their content is very good.

These blog owners are missing out on a very good opportunity to get more comments, and more readers just by going dofollow.

People are actively looking for dofollow blogs. Yes, they are doing that with the intent to post comments and build back links. But, most will read the post they are commenting on, and then leave quality comments.

Are people actively looking for your nofollow blog?

There will always be critics of the dofollow blog movement, and that’s okay – if every blog owner went dofollow, we would lose the advantage we have being dofollow blog owners.

Remember, those people actively looking for your dofollow blog? Help them find you by listing your blog on my DoFollow Blog Directory.

Mike

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DoFollow Blogs Q and A

DoFollow Blogs Questions and Answers. I’ve had a number of questions being asked by people commenting on my blog, so I compiled a list of the most common questions on DoFollow blog and have answered them here.

I’ve had a number of questions being asked by people commenting on my blog, so I compiled a list of the most common questions on DoFollow blog and have answered them here.

In some cases I have reworded the question slightly. In all cases I have tried to protect the privacy of the commentor.

DoFollow Blog Question:
I have submitted my site listed in “website” to 5 do-follow blog posts but I don’t see anything significant yet.

My Answer:
Submitting comments on 5 dofollow blogs is good, but it may not be enough for your chosen keywords.

I noticed on your comments to my blog you used the anchor text “keyword phrase withheld to protect the poster”. If you go to Google and do an exact match search by putting quotes around your keywords like “keyword phrase withheld to protect the poster”, you will see there are 13,600,000 competing pages. That means Google has over 13 million pages listed with the exact keyword phrase that you are trying to use.

You will probably never be able to compete with that phrase, it’s just to competitive.

Instead you need to find a less competitive keyword phrase. Of course, if you pick a keyword phrase that’s too unique, you may not get any traffic to it. So, you need to find a keyword phrase with enough traffic to make it worth your while, without it being too competitive.

I have also seen people who comment on blogs using their website address, or just their first name, or some other link text in the comments “website” box.

This is useless, since people are not going to be searching for those terms. You want to use terms that people may seach for on Google.

DoFollow Blog Question:
Can you tell me exactly what do-follow blog comments are, and why some people are mad about getting comments posted to do-follow blogs.

My Answer:
Most blogs are nofollow by default. There is an html nofollow tag that tells Google to not follow that link to the target website, and to not count it for ranking purposes.

This tag was created because people learned they could comment on blogs and get link love back to their sites. So, they spammed blogs with comments that were of no value to the blog owner, and created problems for blog owners.

I have a couple of blog posts that go into more detail on what dofollow blogs are, and their benefits. One is a serious explanation of dofollow blogs, and the other contains a video I did for fun (yes, this was fun for me – I am a nerd) that is spoof of the history of dofollow blogs .

Today, there are still blog comment spammers, but there are some good WordPress plugins that catch a lot of the spam. Plus, blog owners are wanting to do more social marketing with their visitors, and so they want to encourage them to comment, by giving them a dofollow link back to their site.

Some blog owners don’t want anything to do with allowing dofollow comments, because they are afraid they will get killed with spam comments. I can understand this if you have a very high traffic blog – you wouldn’t need to encourage comments and you could be opening yourself up for a ton of comment moderation.

For newer blogs, dofollow is great, for older very high traffic blogs – probably not so much.

BlogSpot DoFollow Blog Question:
I have some blogspot blogs. I would like to give my blogs dofollow. So, how do I insert dofollow in my blog?

My Answer:
My expertise lies in the area of WordPress blogs installed on your own domains. For information of making Blogpsot Blogs DoFollow, I will refer you to a Blogspot dofollow blog expert

Do-Follow Blog Question:
I want to learn as much as possible about posting do-follow blog comments, where do I find more information?

My Answer:
I have a number of posts about dofollow blogs, commenting rules, how to identify dofollow blogs, etc. on my dofollow information blog.

If your answer is not found on this blog, leave a comment with your question and I will answer it.

Mike

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