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Link Building With RSS Hugger

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August 21  |  Link Building  |   Ryan Clark

Colin Lahay from Mixed Market Arts is the brain child behind rssHugger. The purpose of rssHugger is to bring in more readers through your RSS Feed, as well as providing a strong back link to your website. Colin has managed to provide a unique site which is rewarded by a pr5, 1800+ indexed pages and thousands of links pointing to the site. He has also setup a similar service called wordHugger which I will blog about tomorrow. This just goes to show how you can create new ways of building links and ranking with a unique web service.

The Goal

My goal was originally to get 50,000 blogs signed up with a $10 joiners fee, but due to the fact that I want to support all of the great bloggers, even those who cannot afford $10, I changed this goal to sign up 250,000 free blogs within the first year of operation. With over 112 million registered blogs, with about 175,000 new ones per day, I feel this goal is possible. The money will be used to pay off college expenses, to invest in my other internet startup companies, sponsor like-minded business folk, and continue to support Kiva, who support entrepreneurs in the developing world.

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About Ryan Clark

I'm the CEO of Linkbuildr Marketing and the brains behind our branding and blog content. I specialize in effective marketing strategies for hotels, luxury brands and real estate. If your brand is in need of a boost then don't hesitate to contact me for a free proposal. Follow me on Google+: +Ryan Clark Twitter: @Linkbuildr on Twitter. You can also come ask me a question on our Facebook Page.  

One Response to Link Building With RSS Hugger

  1. fabs says:

    Thanks for the post :D

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