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michael gibbons

Not sure ya'll have seen this or that you necessarily want to but the Blog Squad may have met their match -- let's call them the "odd squad"-- My friend Pam Slim points to a very funny video here
http://www.escapefromcubiclenation.com/get_a_life_blog/2008/01/wickedly-clever.html

John Trosko

I have occassionlly created a contest for new readers, via feedblitz. I have also done a contest with entries for each time they make a commment. It works!

- John

Nick - road2blogging

I always try to come up with post titles that will intrigue readers to read it. Sometimes I do feel like I've written a really long post and people will become bored with it, but these are the ones that get the most comments and discussion on.

Rosalind Joffe

I think it's like all marketing - you spread lots of seeds and see which ones grow for you. Different seeds need different conditions, don't you think? The only thing I know for sure is that nothing concerning marketing is rock solid science.

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I recently launched PitchPanel and am inviting bloggers to post a 125x125 banner ad for free. You can opt-in to cost-per-click fees, but only if you want premium placement of your ad. Otherwise, just enter zero for your CPC bid and your ad will stay on the site at no cost.

Anthony Lorizio

Thank you for sharing this valuable information. Looks like plenty of work but your example proves it is worthwhile.
Onward!

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