It is estimated that the internet grows by 7.3 million pages per day. Between 2000 and 2007, internet use has grown by 225%. An October 1999 Business Week article reported an estimated 3 billion-plus email messages sent per day. Current daily internet users are estimated to be 6,574,666,417 — with 334,538,018 of those in North America. The overall average of internet use per population in the entire world is only approximately 18%, although the North America average is 69%. Some sources say there are 100 new internet users every minute — that’s 1,440 a day. Others report a first-time internet purchaser every 6 seconds. Reported ecommerce revenues in 2005 were $2,400,000,000,000, which represented a 17% increase over 2004.
So let’s get to why blogs are good for list building. If you are updating your blog every day and you have used a relevant keyword in each post, your blog will rank higher for that particular word. This is great because when people are searching for something, they typically will click on one of the search results that are on the first page or first few pages. If you end up there, the chances are very good that you will get visitors to your site.
Wikipedia ranks in the top 10 in Google for a significant number of competitive terms these days. It’s actually a little ridiculous. However, you can use that to your advantage. Remember that Wikpedia is a website that pretty much anyone can edit and modify. So if your website was listed as a resource on one of those high ranking, high traffic pages, you’d probably get a good bit of traffic from Wikipedia, right?
There are many ways to offer constantly updating content to your website. RSS feeds allow you to display content that is weleakinfo friendly and will help you in getting your site indexed by the search engines. Search engines will visit your site more often because they see is as being updated more often.
Blogs are easy and inexpensive to set up. There are several blogging platforms available. I like Typepad because it is easy to use, easy to set up, and they have great customer service. You can have a blog up and running in a little as one hour using Typepad.
I spent a lot of time and energy trying to find books that I can study, and sometimes I found gold mine and that’s what you really need. You don’t need books that are written by some low paid writer whose goal is just to fill up the page with fluff and boring facts that would almost guarantee to put any students into a deep sleep when reading the first sentence.
Try to buy textbook from an online university bookstore and see how you better your book buying expense. This is actually the most normal thing to do now.