Book Review – Pimp Ur Blog Episode 2

Pimp Ur Blog Episode 2: Increase Search Results with Articles and Feeds – Improve Your Blogs Visibility

Author: Paul Rice and Messie Jessie
Rating: 4 of 5
Format: Kindle, Paperback

Once more authors Paul Rice and Messie Jessie share their tips and experience on how to promote and increase your blogs visibility by employing various SEO techniques.

In this episode, Rice builds on the learning they gained using IMAutomator and the benefits upgrading to IMAutomator Pro provides. Rice is a master at research and experimentation and he shares with readers the different techniques he has tried with this software, how to use the article submission and secondary features provided, and their resulting successes including the number of submissions accepted, the subsequent links created, and how long the links remain active and his tricks to keeping them active longer.
The authors styles are complimentary keeping what could have been a dry recitation of information interesting by injecting in anecdotes of why they write their blogs and why writing about one’s passion is one key to keeping readers coming back.

For those interested in this series, the authors have made their first book’s articles available on the web as a series of blog posts.

With more tips and techniques, blog enthusiasts will again find ways to maximize their exposure in Pimp Ur Blog Episode 2!

Note: A complimentary copy of this work was provided in return for a review.

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Posted on August 2, 2012, in Book Review and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks again for your help Todd!

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