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How to Make Your Blog Instantly Popular

I stumbled upon a great recipe for blog promotion that attracts a regular stream of readers to a blog.

It’s actually very easy. Just publish a post titled “Ron Paul Is Not a Libertarian” and observe people arrive at your blog through a Google search that is identical to this post’s title.

In general, just mentioning Ron Paul’s name helps the stats in ways that mentioning, say, Rick Perry doesn’t. I have no idea why that is but Ron Paul brings readers to a blog like no other candidate. Palin used to be a great hit magnet but those times are long gone.

Blogging is always so full of surprises.

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8 thoughts on “How to Make Your Blog Instantly Popular

  1. Is that really the kind of attention that you want for your blog ?

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  2. george on said:

    Try “would Ron Paul be an existential threat to Israel?”

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  3. I stumbled upon a great recipe for blog promotion that attracts a regular stream of readers to a blog.

    It’s actually very easy. Just publish a post titled “Ron Paul Is Not a Libertarian” and observe people arrive at your blog through a Google search that is identical to this post’s title.

    Wow. You ain’t kiddin’ Following that very advice broke my previous one-day record by 33%

    Trying the “ron paul is not a libertarian” search on Yahoo! I found this interesting piece at 3quarksdaily which links to this 1984 gem from Bob Black: The Libertarian as Conservative

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  5. I’ve found that posting pictures of butterflies helps a lot, too.
    ;)

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