Thursday, October 02, 2008

Wachovia: Another Bank Failure, Another Opportunity for Freelance Writers

In yesterday's post, I wrote about how to use the news to increase traffic to your website/blog. Today's article, Wachovia: Another Bank Failure, Another Opportunity for Freelance Writers, illustrates perfectly how this is done.

Remember, website and blog traffic is built based on what people are searching for on the net. Make what's topical (what's being discussed in the news) relevant to your niche and you can increase traffic to your online presence, and make your site more interesting at the same time.

On a side note: I actually finished all of my work on time today. That freelance writing tip I relayed in Monday's post really works!

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