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Massive blog traffic from Work at Home Blog Carnival

You may have followed my series of posts on Darren Rowse’s ProBlogger.Net writing projects (Group Writing Project Winners), such as: Yes!!! $1,800 Blogging competition launched!

And maybe even read my project entry: 10,000 in your list in 30 days? Andrew Wee goes guerilla!

You would know that besides the prizes (who doesn’t want to spend a week in Costa Del Sol in Spain for a week?), the main benefit is the blog traffic that results. And if you’re lucky, you’ll increase your loyal reader base.

Such is the case, after I check out Joe Hauckes’ ProBlogger entry:6 Ways to Improve Navigation and Increase PageViews.

One thing lead to another, and we started talking (in the comments section) about his ProBlogger.net post: Home Business Links from ProBloggers How To… List

And then it spilled into the next thread: Link Baiting?

Where together with Lara Kulpa from Anubis Marketing, we had an interesting conversation which spanned to 42 comments (as of the time of writing this post).

But wait, Joe’s launching something interesting:

Blog Carnival

A blog carnival!

Check out Joe’s post:Working at Home Blog Carnival

Some information from Joe to take note:

  • I would like to present this project each Friday morning, so submissions will be accepted until 11:59 pm EST Thursday night every week.
  • It is easy to participate. Just submit an article you have written that may help someone else who is Self-employed. It can be for those who are home based, work at home, telecommute, or any other type of entrepreneurship that you like.
  • You can write about your personal experinces, they can be humorous, serious, successes, failures, lists of to do’s (don’ts), whatever you like.

If you’d like to go to the blog carnival, you can find it at: Working at Home blog carnival – Oct 6, 2006 edition

Blog Carnival

I plan to take part too, though at this point, I need to resolve a blogging product issue (Ewen Chia’s Auto Blog Income Generator special edition delayed) first.

4 comments on Massive blog traffic from Work at Home Blog Carnival

  1. Joe
    October 4, 2006 at 7:43 am (8 years ago)

    Hey Andrew,

    Thanks, now I know why I got so many pingbacks from you. I appreciate you letting people know about the Carnival.

    It should be a lot of fun for all involved.

    Thanks again,

    Joe

  2. Lara
    October 5, 2006 at 10:24 am (8 years ago)

    Ditto on the thankage for the linkage! I was wondering about that too! :)

    I can’t make the carnival this week, but I do think it’d be nice to get my posts in there. :) I still owe a commenter from the how to project a list of free directories to submit to, as a “part deux” to my how to post… so that might be my first entry, but I doubt I’ll get it done for this week. :(

  3. Andrew Wee
    October 5, 2006 at 1:01 pm (8 years ago)

    Hey Joe, Lara,
    tks for dropping by.

    I’m trying to scratch out some time to come into the blog carnival.

    I’ll do my best.

    Cheers!
    Andrew Wee
    http://www.WhoIsAndrewWee.com

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