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Welcome to the November 21, 2012 edition of the web marketing blog carnival.


Jeremy Biberdorf presents Avoiding Blog Comment Trackback Spam posted at Modest Money. This week I’ll be providing some tips to avoid spam. When we have limited time to run our blogs, the last thing we want to do is let spammers waste our time. In particular you’ll learn how to avoid blog comment trackback spam.

Online Marketing

Jon Rhodes presents Places That Accept Guest Posts posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “This article shows you loads of places where you can submit guest posts to. If your blog accepts guest posts then you can submit it here for others to find.”

Arnel Ariate presents Blogging is a Restaurant posted at Money Soldiers, saying, “In this article I talk about how blogging can be thought of as a restaurant or any other brick-and-mortar business establishments. Blogging can be a great business opportunity.” presents How YouTube can be a Marketing Tool for Small Business posted at NerdWallet Blog – Credit Card Watch, saying, “If you’re looking to promote your business online, you’ll want to consider starting a YouTube channel, if you haven’t already. With its billions of viewers and the right video strategies, your small business could generate some serious YouTube traffic.”

Dan Roberts presents AdWords Express, Now with Call Reporting posted at CHEGO Inc. | Online Marketing & Internet Consulting, saying, “AdWords Express now has call reporting capabilities. This is a very important feature for small businesses. The new call reporting feature updates all the numbers for your business that are shown externally as part of the Google advertising network. This update is a big step towards proving the value of AdWords for less savvy advertisers.”

Web Marketing

Ink’d Content, LLP presents 9 Reasons I’m Not Reading Your Blog posted at Ink’d Content, saying, “I can judge a blog’s character in five minutes or less. Believe me, I’m being generous: the average reader will give you 30 seconds before he’s back to the SERPs. If you have any chance of hooking that reader, you’ve got to make a strong impression. So put your blog through the wringer and give your blog the Nicki Porter Blog Litmus Test – here are the Nine Reasons I’m Not Reading Your Blog.”

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