It's All About the Numbers


If you've read even a single article on how to increase blog traffic or make a post search engine friendly, then you must know how every one says blog posts with lists are one great way to do it.

Every one does them. Me too, only I'm obviously doing something wrong. Because even though my search engine results have spiked, blog participation is a bit fat zero. This week, it's time to share the love with list posts.

  1. 49 Tips to Become a Better Blogger
  2. Zen Blogging - 5 Benefits to Getting Started
  3. Top 100 Books for Freelance Writers
  4. The Top 30 Blogs on Writing
  5. 3 Easy Ways to Write With Style
  6. 100 Freelancer Writers You Can Outsource Your Blog Content To - I'm at number 26! (muhaha! =P)

And keeping tune with this week's theme, I've numbered the links too!

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Sal said...
February 16, 2009 at 8:22 AM  

No fair, I'm not on that list...I should be at least number 27 or something ;)

Tazeen said...
February 16, 2009 at 9:10 AM  


Samar Owais said...
February 16, 2009 at 10:30 AM  

You should have been at number 25 or earlier Sal! Don't forget to comment listing urself as a freelancer :)

Sal said...
February 16, 2009 at 10:41 AM  

So where do I comment? And have you actually gotten any work from this site yet? I am just wondering about the stats on it...

Samar Owais said...
February 16, 2009 at 10:47 AM  

Notice how a few writers have listed themselves in comments? The current list is only 50 people long. They'll be adding another 50 in a different post and they've invited people to list themselves or other freelancers they know who aren't on the list. So comment on the post I've linked to and leave a comment introducing yourself.

Also, I haven't gotten any work. But it just feels so good to be listed! :D Also, check

Chris Cairns said...
February 18, 2009 at 2:53 PM  

Hopefully you do get some work from the list! It may take some time -- it's just a matter of how much I can continue to grow the blog.

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