Free Report: The 6 New Rules For Traffic

Posted June 26th, 2013 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

“Want to rank on page 1 of Google? Get loads of traffic?”

I’ll bet you’ve seen that heading time and time again. The thing is there are loads of claims of mystery backdoors and loopholes and every time they get slammed shut, costing you BIG bucks in time and effort.

Well it’s time to put away all those sneaky tactics, fake backlinks, and so forth because they no longer work. Google has caught on and that’s what all these Panda and Penguin updates have been all about. If you continue down that road you are only going to hurt yourself.

The rules of the game have changed! But what are the new rules…how come nobody is talking about this?

Well a new report out today reveals it all.

The 6 New Rules For Traffic” is a must-have for everybody. It highlights the pivotal areas that you need to be focusing on in order to get traffic and ultimately to become an authority in your niche. It also introduces a brand new tool. Something that has never been seen before that will make getting traffic to your sites a breeze.

Click here for the report now.

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3 Responses so far

  1. kik login says:

    With having so much content do you ever run into any problems of plagiarism or copyright infringement? My blog has a lot of unique content I’ve either authored myself or outsourced but it appears a lot of it is popping it up all over the web without my permission. Do you know any ways to help stop content from being ripped off? I’d genuinely appreciate it.

    • Nelson Tan says:

      I had discussed this with someone else before. We can only take plagiarism in our stride. In the first place, since the content is freely published, be mentally prepared for it to be copied. Secondly, I noticed that mostly small-time websites will copy content from other sources. Your content is not the only one copied, so you can be sure these websites are full of copied content. Readers will recognize them, so does Google, and the Big G will penalized them for their search rankings accordingly. You can try writing to the webmasters to stop them, but if they don’t listen, what can you do? Small-time websites won’t last long anyway. Something would be seriously wrong if a well-known website copies content, but that doesn’t logically happen. If the webmasters copy your author’s signature as well, you wouldn’t be unhappy about it either. So with this frame of mind, I won’t worry too much.

      Another way from getting ripped off is to write in a very unique tone or write on more specialized topics. I wouldn’t dare copy from Guy Kawasaki’s or Seth Godin’s blogs because their writing ‘voice’ is not generic and their topics are not my type.

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