Regret I Didn’t Come Up with These Myself… June 2011

I know that it’s almost the end of July, but anyway, it’s time to continue my only regular monthly series on this blog with some cool pieces of writing from around the blogosphere. Without further ado let’s take a look at these 6 great blog posts from the past month (June 2011) which I regret I didn’t come up with myself.

Today’s theme: “Getting More!”

3 Step Recipe for Attracting 400 Blog Comments [Case Study] by Magdalena Georgieva

First up is a post from the HubSpot Blog. It gives some specific advice on how to attract more comments by using three simple tricks: stirring some controversy, making your post newsworthy, and responding to every single comment (something I’ve been talking about just the other day – how to get more blog comments).

How to Get More Clients Than You Can Handle + Get the Contract Every Time (Without Resorting to Scumbaginism.) by Ash

If you haven’t stumbled upon Ash’s blog yet then you’re in for a treat. This post is a perfect example of her style of writing. There are not many people who can actually provide great information and be extremely entertaining at the same time. In this piece Ash shares one simple technique of taking (not getting) new customers.

Top 21 Traffic Generation Techniques to Help You Get More Traffic to Your Blog by Onibalusi

Another portion of solid content from Onibalusi. This time he shares 21 techniques for getting traffic to your website. If you’re struggling to get people to notice your blog, this is the place where you can get some valuable information.

How I Gained 3,500 Subscribers in 12 Months by Henri Juntila

Thousands of blogs are created every single day, but only a small portion of them receives any significant recognition. Getting 3,500 subscribers in one year is something worth congratulating. In this post, Henri shares five simple pieces of advice that got him to where he is right now.

How I Tripled My Email Subscription Rate (and Why I Switched from MailChimp to AWeber) by Corbett Barr

Corbett shares some interesting information on how his subscription rates grew after he changed his email marketing service provider. To be frank, it’s not all he did. So the rise can’t be all accounted to the magic of AWeber, but anyway, it is definitely worth a read. And it contains one great email marketing tactic you can use in your own strategy.

Email marketing services reviewed by Patrick McNeil

Since we’re talking email marketing services, it’s worth to have a look at a cool comparison of the five leaders in that field (including MailChimp and AWeber). Patrick gives some straightforward advice that will surely help you to make up your mind if you haven’t chosen your provider yet.