Saturday, June 27, 2009

Blogging Successfully for Sarah Palin

I don't know how many of you are doing this, but please sign up for google alerts on Sarah Palin. It will give you an insight into what is being said of her. One thing I am noticing is that she is now starting to get almost as much positive coverage on the blogs defending her as she was once being slammed.

We need to continue this effort.If you have a blog, one way to insure what you post makes its way into google alerts, page rank, and other search engines is to register your blog with technorati (which is a crock, I know). Also do the same with site meter, and make sure you are doing everything to insure google page rank on the blog.

It's a pain, but it will make a huge difference. It's also a game, but if you begin playing it correctly it is only going to benefit Sarah Palin.

I've noticed a change as the misc. bloggers for Palin are growing more sophisticated online and with their blogs. We are starting to turn the tide, but need to do more.The more SP blogs play the little page rank and site meter games, the more their presence is felt on line. It is nice to have the huge blogging effort - but only a handful of the blogs are being noticed, primarily because of lack of sophistication.

Check The Pink Flamingo - (No, for once not a shameless plug for traffic) and see the things I do, some of them hidden to schlep for page rank.

Also, sign up for feedburner - this is terribly important. Do a RSS feed for your blog.Cindy

1 comment:

Greg said...

I always read the comment sections on news stories and blogs related to Gov. Palin, and have noticed that there are an increasing number of positive comments being left, particularly at the Anchorage Daily News, Boston Herald, and other papers. Some of the anti-Palin bogs are getting a lot of pro-Palin comments left on them as well. More and more blogs that have never mentioned her before are now posting positive stuff about her from time to time.

Gov. Palin's Facebook is fast approaching 560,000 up about 15,000 in the last 2 weeks, and she is approaching 40,000 followers on Twitter.