How do you write a blog post that will capture 1 Million readers today?

September 24, 2012

How to write a blog post that will capture the attention of one million readers

by Stan Faryna

Stan Faryna

ATB, The Chosen Ones

How do you write a blog post that will capture 1 Million readers today? That’s the question that you and I have to ask ourselves – if we ever hope to be the kind of super blogger that gets opportunities to greater fame and fortune.

Even if your (or my) chances are one in twenty million. Read the rest of this entry »

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“Yippee-ki-yay, MFs…” @Faryna shouted as he pressed publish on WordPress.

May 10, 2011

Keyword repetition is out.

Google search results changed this week. Yes, the pages are cleaner. Lighter. You may or may not be a fan of white design – that’s your problem. Anyway, the new look may or may not be what sticks. But that’s not the big deal. In fact, the design change was a distraction.

The big deal is that Google is ranking pages and relevance somewhat differently this week. And SEO experts still don’t know what to say or how to game the new factors. Despite the hush, last week’s update to Google’s new Panda search ranking algorithm has had the kind of impact on business that is garnering lawsuits against Google. Read the rest of this entry »


Triberr 1.0: invite-only crack for the in crowd

March 24, 2011

The Start-up that didn’t know it was a Start-up

I’m beta-testing an app that could be. Huge. Killer. The stuff VCs line up for! It’s called Triberr.

Once you’re signed up and set up, Tribber automatically promotes new blog posts through the Twitter feeds of everyone in your tribe. Yours too.

My blog reach went from 10,000-ish to 100,000-ish in sixty seconds. Ok, 60 seconds may be an exaggeration. It’s more like 24 hours if you get an invite into the right tribe. In other words, my blog posts are being seen by 10 times more people on Twitter this week than last week. Can you say, WOW, with me? I knew you could… Read the rest of this entry »