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Does Your Blog Cry?

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Your blog craves…



…back and internal links

…daily stroking

Without the above your blog will be upset, feeling very lonely…in fact…CRYING!

Now…let’s just say you had a magic wand and you could wave it over your blog…say some magic words like…”azaam bezaam zezaam” and hey presto, suddenly your blog had:

1,000,000 visitors a day

100,000 subscribers

500,000 back and internal links

And you knew exactly what to do each day to keep your blog growing.

How would your blog feel then?

How would you feel?



Of course you would…we all would!

Problem is how do you get those sort of numbers?

Come closer…really listen…this is important…

Err…I’m really sorry to tell you but there is no such thing as a magic wand and those magic words, …”azaam bezaam zezaam”, I made them up.

But there are ways in which you can grow your visitors, your subscribers, and your backlinks. There are ways in which you can stop your blog crying.

Obviously it would take a long time to reach the numbers I mention above but we all have to start somewhere don’t we?

And the best way to start is by learning from someone who has been there and already done it, right?

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If you want the next best thing to a magic wand then this is what I recommend you do:

Click here: MaxBlogPress Xmas Deal: – 70% off and grab the 5 products on offer.

Take a little action and by Christmas you will have increased your subscriptions, visitors, backlinks and have a daily plan in place for stroking your blog.


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9 Responses to Does Your Blog Cry?

  1. Ryan Biddulph December 7, 2010 at 7:58 pm #

    Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for sharing the products and your insight.

    The only secret behind generating blog traffic is persistence in networking, putting out great content and adopting similar strategies that successful bloggers have developed.

    Have a powerful day!


    • Andrew December 8, 2010 at 9:22 am #



      And these products show you the ‘how’.


  2. Vivek Parmar December 10, 2010 at 10:19 am #

    thanks Andrew for sharing your useful insights and useful information with us

  3. Kimi December 10, 2010 at 10:42 am #


    To be honest, i will be panic if i have 100.000 visitors a day, i am afraid i will have my blog suspended by my host ahaha.

    I mean with that visitors amount a day, it is not a big deal if i also have a conversion, but if not, it will be disaster.

    In fact i love what i am having now with my blog, but yeah, will be happy too to have an increasing visitors.

    Thanks for the resources links.

    • Andrew December 10, 2010 at 1:23 pm #


      I’m sure if you got to 100,000 visitors a day you could afford to improve your hosting!


  4. Paul Tech December 16, 2010 at 1:25 pm #

    Good point Andrew, to reach that kind of traffic numbers, we have to work really hard.

    If “Azaam bezaam zezaam” works, let’s get 1 million dollars instead and blog for fun in Mauritius, forget about traffic … 🙂

    • Andrew December 17, 2010 at 6:18 pm #


      I wished “Azaam bezaam zezaam” did work!


  5. Felicia December 18, 2010 at 2:00 am #

    Hi Andrew,
    Thanks for sharing your products as well as providing your reviews of them.


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