Sunday, April 05, 2009

Contributing FREE Content Is A Great Way To Gain Exposure For Your Website or Blog!

There are so many ways for you to gain exposure for your website and/or blog on the Internet. One of the ways to do so is to provide FREE content on your website and/or blog.

The FREE content can be in the way of a post, pattern or e-pattern, tutorial, project, graphic, printable, podcast, e-book, e-class, video, etc. It can even be a how-to or a tip. Just about anything you think your customers or readers would be interested in.

You can also allow other websites and blog owners to either add links to or your actual free content to their websites and blogs thereby providing links back to your website and/or blog. Case in point would be my The Best FREE Craft Articles blog.

I have had so many wonderfully talented artists and crafters contribute FREE articles, tutorials, e-books, e-patterns, graphics, e-printables, how-to's, craft projects, tips, crafting podcasts, etc. to my "The Best FREE Crafts Articles" blog over the last three years that even I have lost count of the numbers.

Thank goodness for computers. They never lose count and at last count over 500 FREE articles, tutorials, e-books, e-patterns, graphics, e-printables, how-to's, craft projects, tips, crafting podcasts, etc. have been contributed.

If you'd like to see all the FREE content by category please just CLICK on the CATEGORY below:
If you'd like to see the contributions by artist or crafter please just CLICK on their NAME in the drop down menu below:



I'm sure that any of the above would tell you that adding free content to their websites and blogs has brought them more traffic. I know that it has certainly brought a ton of traffic to my "The Best FREE Craft Articles" blog which I hope has translated into more traffic for my contributors.

If you're looking for a way to gain exposure on the web consider what you can offer for free.

Copyright © 2009 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals and Linda's Blog. Linda is a doll maker and doll pattern designer. http://lindawalshoriginals.com

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