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John Reese Helps You Drive More Traffic to Your Blog

ش, شهریور ۲۴, ۱۳۸۶

Blogging, Internet Marketing

John Reese (aslo known as The Million Dollar Man), launched a cool new website a few hours ago: BlogRush

BlogRugh comes with a creative concept that helps you drive lots of targeted traffic to your blog easily and automatically.

As you can see, I have just added it to my blog on the right. 🙂

Here’s how it works…

You simply sign up for a free account in 3 minutes and add a few lines of ready-made codes to your blog. Then it shows a similar box as you can see on the right with links to 5 other related posts on other blogs.

So what’s in it for YOU?

A lot, actually. The short answer is: You get a lot more traffic back for every traffic you send out. But how exactly?

I could explain it here but since there are many benefits and levels. So I honestly think you can grasp this amazing creative concept more by watching this video where John himself explains the process for you.

Hint: There are also several lessons in the creation of the video itself for creating powerful attention grabbing videos for YOUR websites.

So check out the video and start getting more traffic to your blog today!

To your success,
Ladan

P.S. Here’s also a post at John’s blog showing a funny picture of him and his team working before the launch of BlogRugh – with 41 hours of no sleep!

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. Anthony Says:

    Ladan,

    I came across your post while scrolling through the comments on John Reese’s site.

    Your name jumped out at me, immediately, because I recognized it as Iranian. A former bandmate of mine — I was lead singer in a rock band — is from Sydney and his former girlfriend was Iranian. She had a sister, now deceased, who shared your name. She was a wonderful human being. I miss her.;-)

    I would never judge you based on your country of origin and, as a black man in the Unite States who’s constantly assessed by the “cover” of his book, I’m a little sensitive to things like that.

    Based on my limited knowledge of Iran, I think it’s fantastic that you’re communicating with the world vis a vis a blog. It’s nice to have a different perspective on a country we hear so many negative things about in the American media.;-)

    I bookmarked your blog because I want to expand the circle of people I know around the globe.

    Take Care,
    Anthony

  2. Anthony Says:

    United States. Sorry about that.;-)

  3. Ladan Lashkari Says:

    Hi Anthony,

    I definitely understand the feeling of being assessed by the “cover” of our book. It used to happen to me all the time when I first entered the Internet marketing world.

    I even received hate PM’s in forums saying “interesting” things. 🙂

    But now it’s much better now since more people know me online and have seen that I am not the picture they had in mind – not even close.

    To the day when we all can communicate together freely and get to know each other – despite of race and color…

    Best wishes and warm greetings to you from across the globe,

    Ladan

  4. Namal De Silva Says:

    Hi Ladan, I first heard of you through a post made my copywriting great Michel Fortin on his blog, I think it was titled “Nothing Can Take The Place Of Persistence” and I was really amazed and admired at all the difficulties you had to go through to get your business and things up and running in Iran. So just wanted to say hi, I’m a beginning ‘Net Marketer myself so maybe we will get to know more of each other as time passes! All the best for your future -Namal

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