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July 15, 2008


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Patty Hankins

Most of my traffic comes from search engines - followed by other blogs - then Twitter/Facebook/Friendfeed and finally my website.

As I've gotten more active on Twitter & FriendFeed, I've definitely seen an increase in overall traffic to the blog

Ricardo Bueno

(Note: I authored a different blog than the one I linked to here...this one is new)

A lot of my traffic was coming from Twitter, Google searches and most importantly the conversations I was having off-line and via e-mail. I was adding a personal touch in my communication that ultimately led to greater traffic. Sure it seems inherent that we should be "personal" in our communications but it's a point that is forgotten all too often.

Paul Chaney

I should also mention that, from time to time, I get a lot of traffic from StumbleUpon. I should put more emphasis on encouraging the use of that application and certainly encourage other bloggers to do so as well.

One more thing, Chris Brogan created a list of 50 ways to use social media for marketing purposes, and I think it has relevance here.

Here's the link: http://www.chrisbrogan.com/50-ways-marketers-can-use-social-media-to-improve-their-marketing/

Ricardo Bueno

Now there's a site I should probably make use of. I've used Digg more than stumbleupon (I like it more).

Off to visit Chris Brogan's post...

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