Well you all remember pay for blog posts I’m sure….here’s the start of another search marketing industry that is about to go underground Twitter recently said that there will be no more inserting third party ads via the Twitter API. Companies like Sponsored tweets may take a little hit, but for now I think they’re still going to bank for a while. This is nothing new of course. Where there is a crowd, there is a marketer. I think in the right context, with the right set of followers this shouldn’t be a problem as long as the shoe fits. Obviously the debate is heating up on Mashable, so check it out to voice your opinion, especially if you’re a developer.
One of my clients refered me to Arkayne which is a Widget that finds and connects relevant content between your blog and what your readers want to see. I’m going to be giving it a try on here for a week and see if it makes a difference. Since this blog is relatively new, I should be able to easily see how effective this strategy is. The WordPress plugin for the Arkayne widget includes a complete control panel for every widget option. From the panel you can adjust everything from text, color, size, to link counts, similarity limits, and link categories. Download The Plugin.
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