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July 18th, 2006
One of the webmaster headaches – where to get traffic for the website. Even if you are doing fine with search engines you would like to steadily increase your traffic. A few extra traffic sources are social networking websites and Alexa Top 100 online giants.
Recently there was a series of discussions on EarnersForum:
Spammin and Jammin on CraigsList
Spammin and Jammin on Digg
Spammin and Jammin on MySpace
When the forum members discuss Digg and CraigsList they agree it should be a good source of traffic, but there is no any example or algorithm how that traffic to get.
I mean it is clear that if your story gets on Digg home page you will get tons of traffic, but the question how to get on that page remains unanswered.
Another discussion ‘I digg you, you digg me’ shows that it is a topic that interests webmasters, but there is no general agreement if Digg.com is a great website or scam. The idea ‘I digg you, you digg me’ was rejected, but the discussion has turned to this – some stories that are placed on Digg home page do not deserve it and Digg site administrators are not objective.
MySpace, website #1 in traffic in the USA, is the most popular topic discussed in that series on EarnersForum. Marketing on MySpace is not much different from e-mail spam – you just send out tons of spam bulletins with the links to your website or to the websites you are affiliated with. Friends are accumulated automatically with some special software. To make the process faster, set up a few accounts. Yes, they can ban you from MySpace, but you should really try hard.
MySpace attracts many webmasters. There are a lot of blog and forum posts. The one that comes to my mind is the recent post on this topic from Todd Malicoat with a few links on MySpace optimization:
Summary: MySpace, Digg.com, CraigsList look like good sources of traffic at this moment. They are worth your time for experimenting and checking they are working for your niche.
[tags]MySpace, Digg.com, CraigsList, alexa, social bookmark, social bookmarking websites, affiliate marketing, work from home, home based job, affiliate marketing, digitalpoint, earnersforum[/tags]
July 18th, 2006
YouTube said viewers are now watching more than 100,000000 videos per day, marking the surge in demand for its “snack-sized” video fare.
Since last year, YouTube has hold the leading position in online video with 29% of the USA multimedia entertainment market.
YouTube videos make 60% of all videos that are watched online. Videos are free on YouTube. The company is still working on advertising and other means of generating money to support the business.
The site majors in short comic videos uploaded by users. YouTube serves as a quick entertainment break or viewers with broadband computer connections at work or home.
MySpace occupies almost 19% of the market according to Hitwise. Yahoo, Microsoft MSN, Google and AOL have 3-5% each. If summed, these four Web portals have smaller share than YouTube or MySpace.
In June 2006, 25,000000000 videos were watched on YouTube. Every day users upload more than 65,000 videos to YouTube.
YouTube has about 20,000000 users per month.
To see the full article go HERE
[tag] YouTube, Myspace, MSN, Yahoo, Google, AOL, Hitwise, Microsoft [/tag]
July 18th, 2006
The most senior aides of president George Bush have recently received extra $4,200 to their salaries and now the top pay rate for them is established at $165,200. The list of salaries was created for the year and displayed both alphabetically and by dollar ranking. At the bottom of the list are people answering phones and responding to the mail.
This year the list does not include aides who left the White House in recent weeks, even in case the president intends to fill the posts at the rate of pay this year.
Employees on loan to the White House from their home agencies on the list are italicized. There are other curiosities: a General Electric security specialist is included in the list as an employee & member of the president’s Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board with a salary of $548.
The list consists of 433 positions not including White House residence employees, Office of Management and Budget staff, and the personnel working in the Office of the Vice President who are on the payroll of the U.S. Senate. President Bush has a salary of $400,000. The vice president’s payment is $212,100.
Here are the first 20 members of the 2006 WHITE HOUSE SALARY LIST:
- Bartlett, Daniel – Counselor to the President – $165,200
- Bolten, Joshua B. – Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff – $165,200
- Crouch II, Jack D – Assistant to the President & Deputy National Security Advisor – $165,200
- Hadley, Stephen J. – Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs – $165,200
- Hagin, Joseph W. – Assistant to the President & Deputy Chief of Staff – $165,200
- Hubbard, Allan B. – Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director, NEC – $165,200
- Kaplan, Joel D. – Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy – $165,200
- McGurn, William J. – Assistant to the President for Speechwriting – $165,200
- Miers, Harriet E. – Counsel to the President – $165,200
- Renner, Liza W. – Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel – $165,200
- Rove, Karl C. – Assistant to the President, Deputy Chief of Staff & Senior Advisor – $165,200
- Snow, Robert A – Assistant to the President and Press Secretary – $165,200
- Townsend, Frances Fragos – Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism – $165,200
- Wallace, Nicolle – Assistant to the President for Communications – $165,200
- Wolff, Candida Perotti – Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs – $165,200
- Yanes, Raul Francisco – Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary – $165,200
- Zinsmeister, Walter Karl – Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy – $165,200
- Gambatesa, Linda M. – Deputy Assistant to the President for Management and Administration – $149,000
- Kelley, William K. – Deputy Counsel to the President – $149,000
- McBride, Anita B. – Deputy Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to the First Lady – $149,000
To see the full article go HERE
[tag] The White House, George Bush, Salary list, Counselor, deputy [/tag]