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Traffic, traffic, traffic – love it, right?!

It depends on what context you’re using in it – but in this case, we are talking about BLOG traffic.

How to get more traffic to your blog has been the age-old question since blogs first started appearing on the Internet in the 1990′s.  In fact, one of the first recognized bloggers began his blog in 1994and is still going strong today – check out Justin Hall’s blog.

Blogs are an incredible testament to the power of the world wide web.  Everything from the comments we make to the people we friend on Facebook becomes molded in the web, as a footprint impression in concrete, it can only be covered up, not deleted.

But our blogs are extensions of us and each of us has a reason for writing them – What is yours?  To share your recipes, to create a photo album for friends and family, to host giveaways, to market something, to make money?

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