Latest And Best Lead Generation Techniques For Your Blog

Every time you create a blog or an online, post Google only talks about the rich and unique content. There are many times you are told about the best and excellent way to stimulate your website rankings is to deliver quality and unique content.

Here is some latest and best lead generation techniques for your blog:

Latest And Best Lead Generation Techniques For Your Blog
             The first technique is to have meaningful and useful content. This technique can be very well judged from the popularity garnered by different blogs such as Hubspot’s Blog, Marketo’s Blog and many other popular blogs. The blogs generated by these companies are a great source of information on the latest topics and actually help many marketing personals to acquire or generate leads through it.
             Another most beneficial technique is to ask a few questions to yourself before writing a blog such as what exactly does my blog has to offer, is my blog interesting, how readers are going to find answers to their questions after reading my blog.
·                  It is always good if you invite readers to write or do something during the end of the blog. This technique not only helps you to engage better but also creates a long-term relation with them and it is sure that they are going to revisit your blog and hence the overall traffic will definitely increase.
             Another piece of advice is to include CTA with every blog post. The CTA button at the end of the blog can be quite interesting and will generate enough curiosity in the mind of the reader.
·                 In order to generate more and more leads you can add authorship in the blog and don’t forget to share it because if you have something good to share then you must share it with everybody so that more and more positive effect can be created and distributed which is always good for lead generation.
           Creating a blog and managing a blog can be a time consuming affair and always remember one thing that it takes several months to generate interest. Hence, we can say that slow and steady wins the race. Always keep on building your blog with more and more unique and rich content and have patience and you will see loads of fruitful results after some time that are enough to bring a smile on your face.
·              One of the most important parts is to track your blog analytics at every stage and compare the initial days with the latest days and if you see an increase in the traffic to a good number then it means you are definitely on the right track.

All of the techniques and important points that are discussed above are tried and tested points and have helped many SEO India Agency bloggers to attain the level of great popularity. Hence, you can follow all these techniques with a blind eye and can start blogging and see yourself growing with a passage of time.

Apple is said to be Developing new Sensors and curved iPhones with Large 4.7 and 5.5 inch Display

If rumors are believed Apple is planning new bigger iPhones with curved displays and new sensors that can detect various levels of pressure.
Two variants to be released in the second half of next year, the usual launch cycle, would feature larger displays with glass that curves downward at the edges. The new screen sizes would vary between 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, the new models would be Apple’s largest iPhones.
Samsung and LG both showed of their versions of curved phones last month, with a horizontally curved Samsung Galaxy Round and a vertically curved LG G Flex, Apple’s curved iPhone may not be that far.
Apple still has to catch up to screen sizes in the Android camp, and with the proposed 4.7 inch and 5.5. inch screen sizes “supposedly” in the making, Apple may have just the right mix of new tech they may need to remain at pole position. 
Apple also said last week that it will open a new plant in Arizona to make components for its devices. Merrimack, New Hampshire-based GT Advanced Technologies said Apple will prepay $578 million for furnaces to make sapphire materials used in smartphones, with the iPhone maker getting some exclusive rights.

Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 Now Available For Purchase On Play Store

Recently Google launched its new Flagship devices, the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, in the International markets. In India many users are keen on purchasing Nexus products, however, availability has always been an issue and so have prices. 
Google is the bearer of good news for all interested in owning Nexus devices, as flagship products from Google, the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 (2nd gen) are now available on the Play Store. Google has listed the products on the Indian Play Store with immediate availability, the Nexus 5 16/32 GB is available for 28999 and 32999 INR respectively (Sold out now). If you order the KitKat phone from the Play Store it will be dispatched from Google’s warehouse within 1 or 2 business days.
The Google Nexus 7 2013 is also available for purchase from the Play Store, with the WiFi only 16/32 GB variants priced at 20999 and 23999 INR respectively. The Nexus 7 LTE  GB variant is available for 27999 INR. Google will dispatch the Wifi-Only Nexus 7 from Google’s warehouse by 26th of November whereas the LTE variant will dispatch within 1 or 2 business days. 
Apart from the Nexus devices, Google also has some great accessories available price between Rs. 2000 to Rs. 3000 including a Bumper cases for Nexus 5 and sleeves for the Nexus 7.

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[Guide] A complete Jingling guide

Hey. Seeing how users often struggle in using Jingling, i'll try to create a guide as complete and understandable as possible. I'm not an expert, but I learned a few things here and there, and I'll be happy to try to help you if I can.

I/ The Jingling software
Download link

So, when you launch it, you have this :

Let's go, one button after another.

1/ The first and main tab. You'll use this one pretty much all the time.
2/ 2nd tab, it's point is to add link with more precise control, there you can specify a daily flow amount, that kind of things. Not really useful.
3/ 3rd tab : Involving QQ. If you ever need this, you probably can understand chinese, and you're not reading this guide.
4/ The number of sites you can add. Based on your computer's performance. Goes between 1 and 6.
5/ The are where you'll be able to manage your links. More on that later.
6/ That button is used to add a new link into Jingling. The 2nd button next to it is to add a link with more control over flow. 2nd one is pretty useless for us aswell.
7/ Random informations. You don't care about this at all.

Okay. Now this should be a little more clear. Now let's talk about adding a link, and change its settings.

To add a link, you click on the button marked "6" on the previous screenshot, you past your link in, and press the OK button (it's the one on the left.).
Your site should now show up in the 5th panel.

Let's see what we got here.

1/ Edit your link button. Pretty simple.
2/ Amout of view your site got. Resets every day. Not 100% accurate.
3/ State of your link. Basically, green is good, red is bad.
4/ Use this to put a link on pause. It'll ask for a confirmation. Just press it again afterwards to restart it.
5/ Delete your link. Simple aswell.
6/ Control flow based on time. This will open a window with a panel divided into 24 hours, and you'll be able to limit traffic based on hours of they day. Not that useful for most users. However, if you have to use it, it's pretty straigh forward. The buttons in the bottom are, from left to right : Save, Default, Reset, Cancel.
7/ Traffic origin configuration. Now that's a useful tab. Allows you to get traffic worldwide, from China only, or everywhere except China. More on that later too 
8/ Advanced configuration. That'll be explained aswell.

Trafic origin

To access that, clic on the button 7 on the main tab. Here's what you get :

1/ Worldwide traffic.
2/ Both of them are Chinese only traffic.
3/ Western traffic only. This will what you'll use mostly.
4/ Custom traffic. Allow you to customize traffic, chinese regions only, so not users here.

So, if you wanna set Jingling to western traffic only, you just have to tick box 3, and save. The four buttons are, from left to right : Save, Default, Reset, Cancel.

Link configuration

Now that the source of your traffic is configured, let's see what we got in advanced configuration. To access it, press button marked 8 on main tab.

Alright. Now it gets funny.
1/ IPV ratio : Number of subpages an IP will visit. 1:1 means it will only acces the link, and exit. 1:2 means it'll go the the link, find a subpage and clic on it. 1:3 means it will go on main link, find a subpage, clic, find a sub-subpage, and clic.
2/ That will configure the behavior of your links : The first box will behave with the IPV ratio, clicking on random links on the page. The 2nd one will reload the page only. The 3rd one will access a subpage, then open the original link again. The 4th will search for a matching subpage : you can enter what you want in the textbox, the bot will search for it, and access it if it can find it.
3/ Enable or disable popup. Enable it if you site has popups in it. If you're not sure, I'll talk about the Jingling link testing tool later on. If you have popups, you want to set it a 20%.
4/ That's the destination configuration. Used to redirect traffic after a page load. You can add up to 5 links here, and configure a % for each link.
5/ That's the referer. You can change the referer URL here. Add up to 20 links, and chose it's %. For instance, if you set 50% on and 50% on, you're going to have half of your traffic coming from each of these sites.

Add a link with visits flow control

Using Jingling, you can also add a link and configure the amout of visitor you're going to get. To do that, you will have to switch to the second tab on Jingling (button #2 on the first image on this post), and click to add a new website. You're going to end up on this page :

1/ Add here your link URL.
2/ This is the amount of time the visitor will sped on your link. Configure as needed.
3/ Amount of visitor per day. If you want more than 600, add your URL in the first tab of the software. Note that the amount of view will be multiplied by your IPV ratio. If each visitor is set to view 3 subpages, you're going to have 3 times the visits.
4/ IPV ratio. Same as before, refer to the explaination earlier.
5/ Traffic source. Refer to the information earlier in the post aswell.

One you have added a link with this tool, the buttons to configure flow based on time (#6 on my second image) will be disabled. That's normal.

With this, you should be able to do whatever you want with Jingling. But to configure it well, you need to know how your links will behave in Jingling's software. And there's a way to know exactly that.

II/ The Jingling Traffic Wizard testing tool

Not a lot of people know this, but the Jingling author released a little know to help you configure your links.
Download link.

Now, the principe is pretty simple. You start it, you past your link address in the bar, and you see how it load. You can check if popups are showing, and using the little menu, you can do some cool stuff :

This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 662x290.

1/ This is used to test the automatic subpage access. Related to the first box of #2 in advanced configuration.
2/ Click on a link with specific text. See #2 4th box in advanced configuration.
3/ Reload the page test. See #2 2nd box in advanced configuration.
4/ Start the test button. Use it to start whatever test you just selected.
5/ This whole box is used to test the destination configuration. See #4 in advanced configuration.

Use this tool to play around, see what's your link behaviour, and configure it properly in Jingling afterwards.

III/ Exploit Jingling

So, depending on your configuration, you can add a different number of links in Jingling. But this can be exploited.

Before going any further, note that you can only have 6 links per IP. More than that, and they won't get into the system.

-You can run more than one Jingling using Sandboxie, allowing you to get 6 links running on one computer.

To get more than 6 links, you're going to need more computers. Or a virtual machine.
If you have a second computer lying around, find yourself a VPN, run it on that computer, and launch more Jingling on that.
Same goes with a virtual machine.
Ultimately, you can find some cheap VPS here on TBN, and run Jingling on those.

Alright, so I think I'm done. If you have any question, don't hesitate, I'll try my best to answer. Oh, and thanks and rep are appreciated. 

Optimizing Google Adsense Link Units

One of the Google Adsense Units that we haven’t mentioned much is the “Link Unit” option which many bloggers often fail to use at all or simply use ignorantly without much gain.
Recently a new update to link units have been implemented which, based on their research, will hopefully yield even higher CTR for bloggers and publishers:
We’ve heard feedback from publishers that it isn’t clear why they should choose to show four versus five terms in their link units. Most people pick one of these options by guessing the expected performance. We’ve actually found that link units with four terms almost always perform better than five.
As a result, we’re reducing the number of topics in all link units to four for horizontal orientations and three for vertical orientations. If you’re currently using link units, this change will happen automatically. We’re also slightly increasing spacing between and font size of each term.
Not too bad! I do use them here and their situated after the content and before the comment layer:
The challenge with Link Units is that it can be a challenge to find a great place to put them, especially in an optimal fashion.
But if you can blend them well with your design and navigation you could have a huge winner.
Check out these two examples:

Well place on the left navigation.
As you can see the text link units are well placed in the top left on the vertical navigation. It looks natural and matches the rest of the websites colors!
Here’s a great one for top navigation:
As you can see the link units right below the logo match with the overall site and go well with the flow of the content and presentation.
Well done!
But it’s good to know that it requires the user to not only click once but twice – you see, clicking a link unit jumps you to a page that looks like this:

Requires two clicks.
And if the user clicks on one of the links on the Google Link Page then you’ll get paid.
That’s why many publishers ignore link units because it requires the end-user to click twice – although, I believe that if done well it can pay off big time.

Adsense: Optimizing Your Blog for The 3 Unit Rule

This is the policy. Period.

By now you’ve walked through a number of optimization efforts of your actual units and we’ve discussed how a lot of this is generally useless unless you have the right amount and type of traffic.
In fact, optimization of the units is only half the battle – making sure that they are positioned well (like the Blogger’s Adsense Combo) as well as strategically is the other half!
One of the things that you will need to learn about as well as begin to build a strategy around is the 3 Unit Rule:

What is the 3 Unit Rule?

Many bloggers and Adsense users either are blindly unaware of the 3 Unit Rule or they know about it but haven’t actually spent the time to optimize it properly.
Most simply it’s the rule that you can’t place more than 3 Adsense units on any given page. The rule also applies to text-based ads (3) and search (2). If you do try the advertisements simply won’t show. There have been enough discussions where people try and although they don’t show it may even slow down your blog site – I can’t confirm or deny that this will actually occur but there’s no point in trying in any case.
But what about optimization? That’s the challenge because you have more than one “type” of page on a blog. Here are just a few that you are already familiar with:
  • Home page
  • Category page(s)
  • Single post page(s)
  • Static page(s)
And most of them may have sidebars, footer areas, and other content areas for advertisements so the chance of having too many or too few adsense is very possible!
For example, on your homepage you may have one adsense in the header and two in the sidebar. But when you jump into the single post view you might also want one in the content of the blog post as well as one above or below the content area. But wait! You already have on in the header and two in the sidebar meaning that you now are trying to populate the single post view with five adsense ads!
Does that mean that you’ll have to give up one of the sidebar advertisements or the header advertisement on the homepage? What should you do? It means that you not only have to spend time testing your spots for conversion but that you have to do a bit of work to make sure that every single page has the right number of Google Adsense ads that you want.
This could require a bit of code, if you’re up for it!
One quick way to do this via WordPress is to use a little “if then” logic:

What this does is shows a specific Adsense advertisement if on the single post view (and only there) and a different one on the home page (and anywhere else this code sits).
You can quickly figure out that this simple logic can make sure that you have the full three advertisements that you’re allowed to have on all your pages on your blog.
You can also start thinking of strategy of how to use this more widely with your other advertisements as well!

Adsense: Find the Right Frequency to Check Your Metrics

One of the natural things to note while we’re talking about traffic, monetization, and especially web metrics is that obsessing over it and constantly checking your Adsense account and metrics will really get you nowhere.
In fact, it might be one of the more unhealthy things you could be doing with your time – there are certainly more important things to be doing with your life (like spending time optimizing!).
But let me be clear that there’s a rational and reasonable justification of why checking daily (or more than once a day) is pretty much fruitless:
  • Hourly (daily) changes have no long term statistical meaning and relatively low-to-no significance.
  • Checking that often is just a waste of time. Period. You have better things to do.
What you’re better off doing is establishing a rhythm and schedule of checking and sticking to it. For example, in my BlogX program I’m coaching people to check daily but for less than 5 minutes and at the beginning of their work. And that’s it! Just once to jot down some statistical information.
What we do then is once a month take a look back and begin to formulate significance. This of course begs the question about frequency

What is the Right Frequency for Checking Statistics?

The quick answer is that there is none. There is no one right amount of checking a day, a week, or a month that’s “optimal.” Rather, the most important thing is that it’s both calculated and systematic.
What does that mean? It means that you determine a period of time that works for the goals and the elements that you’re measuring and check during that time. It actually behooves you to stick to that schedule and you can learn a thing or two about self-control!
I think checking once a month is too long and I think checking more than once a day is ridiculous. For my activity for BlogX participants I’m asking them to checkonce daily (to get them in a rhythm of establishing a method and practice) but I personally check my analytics once a week.
Why? I simply have discovered that nothing short of a week is going to give me enough practically to make significant changes to my blog that are warranted. You can’t believe how much time this saves me and how it reduces my stress!
Pick the right frequency that works for you and then stick with it.

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