Hello all. I assume that many of you have heard of "vampirestat." This site is apparently one of a few infamous sites that hits blogs, spiking the traffic data on the blog's back end, which in turn gives traffic to vampirestat et al., provided that the blogger is naive enough to click on the link going back to vampire et al.
I have read that we can't really do anything about these sites hitting our blogs the way they do, but I'm the type of guy who will go the extra mile to get the activity to stop.
Please let me know if you know of a means of contacting or blocking vampire et al.
I read a post today on the WF declaring that article marketing was dead. If youíve been on this forum for a while youíve seen this declaration multiple times before. The Warrior said it used to work years ago, but there is no sense in using this outdated bygone strategy today.
Let me ask you Ė do people still read articles online? Of course they do and these articles are the lifeblood of some of the most popular web sites on the planet. All publish articles that have outgoing links to further information or the authorís web site. Here are some examples:
I've JUST set up a Blogger blog (!) and I'm starting to drive traffic to it. I've been accepted as an affiliate marketer with Shareasale too with that blog domain BUT I've just heard that it's better to set up a blog with BlueHost and use Wordpress etc...
Am I disadvantaging myself by using Blogger? Thanks