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June 13, 2007


Leveraging Google For Return Blog Traffic!

by oakhead112

What if you could leverage the power of Google to bring more traffic to your blog? Well, that would be incredible – but Google won't help out a small blog, will they?Yes, they will – without even knowing it!
The Google toolbar is powerful. It is on millions upon millions of browsers world-wide. And you can leverage THAT popularity – that "top of mind awareness" – to bring more traffic to your blog! This nifty little WordPress Plugin is called WP Goobar – and it actually lets you add a button to your visitors' Google Toolbar that links right back to your blog! No more "I forgot your URL" or "what blog" or "I didn't know you updated" – your loyal visitors can see it all, right there. Best of all, while they have complete control (they can remove the button as they please), the button is always sitting there – just waiting for them to CLICK!
Leverage the popularity of the Google Toolbar to bring repeat visitors to your blog – check out WP Goobar!

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  2. Aug 21 2008

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  3. Aug 21 2008

    It’s really interesting to see SEO in practice.

  4. Aug 21 2008

    I have just launched a small business website. I found even submitting it onto Digg and my Facebook profile helped index the site really quickly in Google. I’ve also added a link on relevant blogs etc. It’s definitely a good idea to submit to sites like this for smaller website with little competition. Website Awards

  5. Hello there, You have done an excellent job. I will certainly digg it and personally
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