“Hi. My name is Kim Roach and I’m a complete traffic addict.” What blogger doesn’t want a steady supply of traffic? You could say Kim’s trafficking in traffic – and she loves discovering and sharing new strategies for bringing in more, more, more.
BuzzBlogger is the brainchild of Internet Marketer Kim Roach – a self-proclaimed social media addict, blogger, bookworm, and “running nut.” Her blog is designed to help you reach your Internet Marketing goals and build a successful online business.
Kim promises to share her latest discoveries – not just the tried and true and proven cornerstones of traffic generation, like article marketing, forum marketing, SEO, video marketing, social bookmarking, press releases, blogging – “Because I really was never very good at coloring inside the lines,” she says. Read more at her post, Unusual Traffic Strategies for 2012 and 21 Steps to 1,000 Visitors Per Day.
Pretty cheeky, huh? But there’s lots more where that came from! Kim gives away the farm with posts like 21 Untapped Traffic Sources. Twenty-one? Even five would have been a gold mine, right? And not only does Kim Roach list 500+ Places to Syndicate Your Content, she serves up her favorite do-it-yourself search queries to help you find new ones, easily, on your own.
Kim offers practical advice on all the topics of interest to bloggers: Link Building, Site News, Social Media, Strategy, Success, and Traffic. She cooks these up in her super top-secret “Marketing Laboratory” – it’s easy to picture Kim dressed up in a white lab coat and running shoes, concocting new methods of achieving blogging and business success before heading out on a run.
Need resources? Want to know which web hosting company Kim recommends? It’s all here, in her Rolodex.
What blogger doesn’t want to learn the secret to crafting the most eye-catching, attention-grabbing, link-and-click-worthy headlines for their posts? And who doesn’t want to know the secret to sharable success on Digg? Best of both worlds is right here on BuzzBlogger, in Kim’s mega-list of 100 of the Best Digg Headlines. Though the list could stand an update, the underlying principles are clear and classic – the best performers are still the how-to, the curiosity generator, the list post, resource sharing, questions and answers, “the secret to…”, and hot news of the day.