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Categories: Escort Website Hosting

Three Reasons Why You Should Host Your Escort Site/Blog on A Subdomain

A sub domain from a site like WordPress.com is ideal for an escort or other person in the adult industry who is on a budget and has their safety in mind. This is because a sub domain is both safer and cheaper.

If you go with a domain, I would recommend going with one from WordPress. Use one of their blogging templates (like the one this uses) and create a hybrid of a blog and escort site.

Why should you use WordPress.com? Because WordPress is free. You read it FREE. WordPress has a bunch of cool designs, and it also has killer analytics to watch your traffic and where it comes from.

You can host your site on a subdomain such as http://bellaisabella15.wordpress.com/. When you have a blog (or even a website built on a blog platform) it’s completely acceptable to host your site on a subdomain, and safer too! A blog based website is also great for SEO, especially if you update it everyday with fresh, new content.

Why is a sub domain from WordPress.com safer then a domain? Your IP can easily be traced from your domain, a sub domain from WordPress has no IP and can not be traced.

Also if you have a existing sub domain and then later add-on a domain, you will lose all back links and your Alexa ranking.

Categories: Choice Dilemma

Payin’ for the Pussy: Porn Stars VS. Escorts

 

My brother has a term for all the vacant, materialistic girls that hang around him because he takes them out to five-star restaurants and buys them expensive handbags and clothing. He calls it ” Payin it for the pussy.”

“And what about escorts and porn stars?” I asked him. And he responded:

“Porn stars get paid a lot to do what directors tell them sometimes having to do the same thing over and over with sex partners they can’t choose, and escorts get paid MORE to do what they are comfortable with, for the price they choose and with the partner of their choice.”

He was right. Continue reading “Payin’ for the Pussy: Porn Stars VS. Escorts”

Categories: Blogger Tips

Using Tags to Bring More Traffic to Your Escort Blog

What are tags?

Tags are the key words that you put at the end of your article or content like “money” or “taxes.”

What do tags do?

They cause websites to appear in a search engine when that particular word or phrase is keyed in a search. Websites that have the word in the title of their site usually appear first, then others that have the word or phrase in the content show up next and of course all of this is based on your search ranking with the individual search engine.

The more page views that you get the higher your ranking will be. I was ranked number four on one search. I am now down to number six which is still pretty good.

How many tags should you use? As many as you can think of that are relevant to your site. In other words, tag it to death. It is not going to hurt anything to put a lot of tags on your articles. Just make sure to use relevant tags, so you don’t frustrate people who come to your site expecting something ese.

I usually try to come up with at least ten. Sometimes you can. Sometimes you can’t but you do need to try.

Think of tags as roads that lead to your blog or content site. The more roads that you have coming to you the
you will have.

One road can only hold so much traffic.

Good tags are as good as a good headline. As a matter of fact, they are better. As I just said, tags can open up a number of avenues to your site but you only have one headline. So if you are depending just on your headline, it better be a doozy.

Tag it, tag it and tag it some more. Make all roads lead to your site.


Categories: Escorts SEO Tips

More SEO Tips For getting people to your Escort Blog

Escort Blogs and blog posts are naturally search engine friendly because they are text-rich, link-rich, frequently-updated webpages that use stylesheets or CSS, and have very little extraneous HTML.

Optimizing a blog is very similar to optimizing a website, and optimizing a blog post similar to optimizing a web page. But depending on the blogging service or software you use, the results may look somewhat different.If you follow some simple rules for search engine optimization, your blog can rank much higher than static website pages in the search engine results pages. Here are the most important rules to follow to get your posts listed for keywords of your choice.

1. Use your primary keyword in your blog domain

Whether you purchase a separate domain (recommended) for your blog, or host it on a blogging service or a subdomain of your own site, try to ensure that your URL contains the primary keyword you want to optimize for.

For example, if you want your blog to get found for the keyword “rss” get a domain with the keyword “rss”, or use the keyword in a subdomain as in

Getting a domain name with your own name might make for good branding, especially if yours is a personal blog.

But if you’re doing it for business and want the targeted traffic to flow your way, keywords in the domain or subdomain are a move in the right direction.

2. Use your primary key phrase in your blog header tags and the title of your posts

If your primary key phrase is “business blogging” make sure that the word business, or blogging, or both, appear in your blog headers (the H1 or H2 tags) as well as the title of each of your posts.

Most blogging software will take the keywords in your post title and put them into the file name of the permalink posts it creates.

For example, if you have a blog on Blogger and title your post “Search Engine Optimization For Blogs”, Blogger will automatically create a page with your post and name the file “search-engine-optimization-for-blogs.html” or something similar.

With other server-side software like WordPress and Movable Type, you may require the mod_rewrite command to save the title of your entries as a permalink.

3. Use your secondary keywords in the body of your post

If you want to get listed for secondary keywords use them infrequently in the body of your post and pepper your blog titles or links with them appropriately.

Don’t overdo this or your posts will end up sounding unnatural and spammy to readers.

4. Use your keywords in the anchor text of links

Keyword in links have more importance than simple text.

Use your primary and secondary keywords in the anchor text of links when linking to other blog posts or to other pages on your main site.

Link keywords where they naturally appear in the body text, but again, don’t overdo it, or you’ll end up with spammy looking pages.

5. Make sure search engines can spider your blog easily

Set up your blog so that the side navigation bar is present on all pages.

Make sure your archives and previous posts are accessible from all pages of your blog so they get spidered easily.

6. Get backlinks from other blogs or websites

Links pointing to your blog or posts are essential to build pagerank and make your blog rank higher in the search engine listings.

I’ve seen many people recommend Blogrolling as one method of building links to your blog.

BlogRolling is a one-stop linklist manager for your blog or journal. But all this service actually does is give you a bit of javascript code that “calls” the links.

As far as search engine rankings go, this method of linking is of little use, because spiders can’t read external javascript code.

Instead I recommend that you focus your linking efforts on the methods here.

Submitting to Blog Search Engines and Directories:

Submitting your blog and RSS feed to blog search engines and directories is essential for getting high-quality links back to your blog.

Here is the best list I’ve found of places to submit your feed or blog.

Best Blog Directory And RSS Submission Sites

Link Exchanges:

Many similarly-themed blogs are often willing to exchange links with other blogs and form richly interlinked networks or communities. Link exchanges with other blogs are easy to implement with most blogging software.

Trackbacks:

You can also get links back to your blog using trackbacks. One of the disadvantages of using Blogger is that it does not automatically create trackback urls that others can use to link back to your posts.

But if trackbacks are an important component of your linking strategy, I would advise using another software or system that adds this feature automatically.

Comments:

You can also get back links to your blog by posting legitimate comments in response to posts on other blogs.

7. Update frequently

There’s no better food for search engine spiders than fresh content.

Post and update your blog frequently using all the rules outlined above and there’s no reason why your blog will not get you top rankings in a short period of time.

8. Stay put

Once you create your blog, try to stick to the same domain and blog host or system for as long as you continue to publish.

You could end up losing a lot of your traffic, your readers and all your search engine listings if you decide to move.

Categories: London

Sunrise

Sunrise over Paris, in this distance is Montmartre where I live.

As I sitting writing this, I am heading on the train going from Paris to LONDON!

I arrived at early at Thierry’s house before the sun rose. Thierry recently took a job as an editor at French Publication and has enlisted me as his assistant…well kind of ;) , I really don’t do any assisting unless it might be grabbing a coffee or doing a little typing, he’s got other uses for me that are known to only us two. Thierry told me this morning on the way to Gare Du Nord that he would give me a weekly allowance, so he’s almost like a sugar daddy, even though give him I do for free, the reason for the “assistant” is act to as a sort of “cover” so my husband Marc doesn’t find out.

According to Thierry, we will be taking many trips to the UK, some perhaps even overnight…

While there is a good part that is excited sexy and forbidden affair, there is another part of me that feels guilt. As I watch France slowly slip away, I think of Marc, of how woke early when everything around me was still black and cold, I reached out to rouse him in the darkness, my hands finding him his and his finding mine, and both still half asleep, we made love.

He then sauntered out of bed in only his boxers robe, and came with a of coffee for me and lit cigarette for him.

As I sit on the train, watching France slip away…I relieze everything I might lose.

Categories: Escorts SEO Tips

Basic SEO Tips to Charge Up Your WordPress Escort Blog!

Every escort should have at least ONE blog. A blog helps drive traffic to your escort site and it also helps potential clients get to a little more about before and past clients keep in touch with you.

WordPress.com is one of the best blogging platforms (I have been using it for over 2 years for Diary Of A Escort), I also recommend using Blogger.

In the mean time, here are some ways to charge up your escort blog on WordPress.

1 – Comments Should be Enabled !
Some WordPress users restrict comments to registered users, or disable them entirely. While this may be appropriate in some situations, in most cases comments are a very beneficial factor, and a defining mark, of a blog.

Comments engage your readers, help you get more “fresh content” SEO brownie points, and give search engines another reason to come back frequently.

2-Your blog should have a focus!

Is your blog a chronicle of your adventures as an escort? Rants against the government? An advice blog for escorts? Give it a theme and stick with it.

3 -Use Images in Your Posts !

Not only do they increase visitor attention and retention, they give you an opportunity to use keyword-rich “alt” attributes, “title” attributes, and filenames. Plus it’ll give your blog visibility in image search engines like http://images.google.com !

4 – Write Right Post Titles !
SEO isn’t everything: once you’re high in the SERPs, you need action words to prompt clickthroughs.
Put keywords in your title if at all possible, but not if it’ll compromise the click-trigger action title.

5 – Integrate Social Media !
* Digg
* Sphinn
* StumbleUpon
* Mixx
* Scoop

6 – Install the Google XML Sitemaps Generator Plugin
XML Sitemaps are search-engine-friendly directories of your blog’s posts and other pages intended to help search engines spider your site. Though pioneered by Google, they’re supported by Yahoo, MSN, and Ask.com as well.

The Google XML Sitemaps Generator for WordPress makes creation of these sitemaps easy and automatic. It also lets the engines know when you post new content.

Categories: Escorts SEO Tips

15 ways Of Getting More Traffic To Your Escort Blog

Having a good escort blog is a key ingredient in getting people to your escort website. When I write about escort blogs, I always suggest setting up two escort blogs, one built into your escort website,and one off-site that links to your website for SEO purposes. Recently I have also suggested you can build a website based off of a WordPress or blogger platform, both are good,but I recommend WordPress since it is what I used to build Diary Of An Escort.

This article is going to talk about the blog that should be set up for people who come to your website to read. When you bring people to your blog, you are ultimately bringing people to your escort website.

1. Write Well and Write Often

Frequently updating your blog with useful content is the first step to building your blog’s audience. The content you write is what will keep readers coming back for more. Make sure you have something meaningful to say to them and say it often to maintain their interest and keep them loyal. Also make sure your content is key word rich. If you use WordPress, you will start to notice certain keywords or phrases that people search for to find your blog. When you see what these are, frequently use them in your blog with a hyperlink that directly links back to your blog.  For example, one of my keywords ( or pharses is hiring an escort, if you google it, my website probably pops up near the top.) add a hyper link to your keyword like so: hiring an escort ( if you click it goes back to my blog) What you are esstentially doing is telling the search engines this blog is about hiring an escort, thus when someone is searching for the phrase, google will know to send traffic my way.

Furthermore, post frequently to increase the number of chances you have for your blog’s content to be noticed by search engines such as Google or Technorati.

2. Submit Your Blog to Search Engines

Get on the radar screen for the popular search engines such as Google and Yahoo! by submitting your blog’s URL to them. Most search engines provide a ‘Submit’ link (or something similar) to notify the search engine of your new blog, so those search engines will crawl it and include your pages in their results.

It’s important to understand that simply submitting your blog to search engines doesn’t mean your pages will appear at the top of a Google search results screen, but at least your blog will be included and will have the chance of being picked up by a search engine.

3. Use and Update Your Blogroll

By adding links to sites you like in your blogroll, the owners of those blogs will find your blog and will be likely to add a reciprocal link in their blogrolls. It’s an easy way to get the link to your blog in front of many readers on other blogs. The hope is that some of those readers will click on the link to your blog on the other blogs’ blogrolls and find your content interesting and enjoyable turning them into loyal readers.

4. Harness the Power of Comments

Commenting is a simple and essential tool to increase your blog’s traffic. First, respond to comments left on your blog to show your readers that you value their opinions and draw them into a two-way conversation. This will increase reader loyalty.

Second, leave comments on other blogs to drive new traffic. Make sure you leave your blog’s URL in your comment, so you create a link back to your own blog. Many people will read the comments left on a blog post. If they read a particularly interesting comment, they are highly likely to click on the link to visit the commentor’s website. It’s important to make sure you leave meaningful comments that are likely to invite people to click on your link to read more.

The blogosphere is a big and busy world with over 100 million blogs and growing. How do you attract visitors to your blog? Follow these simple tips to drive traffic to your blog.

1. Write Well and Write Often

Frequently updating your blog with useful content is the first step to building your blog’s audience. The content you write is what will keep readers coming back for more. Make sure you have something meaningful to say to them and say it often to maintain their interest and keep them loyal.

Furthermore, post frequently to increase the number of chances you have for your blog’s content to be noticed by search engines such as Google or Technorati.

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2. Submit Your Blog to Search Engines

Get on the radar screen for the popular search engines such as Google and Yahoo! by submitting your blog’s URL to them. Most search engines provide a ‘Submit’ link (or something similar) to notify the search engine of your new blog, so those search engines will crawl it and include your pages in their results.

It’s important to understand that simply submitting your blog to search engines doesn’t mean your pages will appear at the top of a Google search results screen, but at least your blog will be included and will have the chance of being picked up by a search engine.

3. Use and Update Your Blogroll

By adding links to sites you like in your blogroll, the owners of those blogs will find your blog and will be likely to add a reciprocal link in their blogrolls. It’s an easy way to get the link to your blog in front of many readers on other blogs. The hope is that some of those readers will click on the link to your blog on the other blogs’ blogrolls and find your content interesting and enjoyable turning them into loyal readers.

4. Harness the Power of Comments

Commenting is a simple and essential tool to increase your blog’s traffic. First, respond to comments left on your blog to show your readers that you value their opinions and draw them into a two-way conversation. This will increase reader loyalty.

Second, leave comments on other blogs to drive new traffic. Make sure you leave your blog’s URL in your comment, so you create a link back to your own blog. Many people will read the comments left on a blog post. If they read a particularly interesting comment, they are highly likely to click on the link to visit the commentor’s website. It’s important to make sure you leave meaningful comments that are likely to invite people to click on your link to read more.

5. Syndicate Your Blog’s Content with an RSS Feed

Setting up an RSS feed button on your blog makes it easy for your loyal readers to not just read your blog but also know when you publish new content.

6. Use Links and Trackbacks

Links are one of the most powerful parts of your blog. Not only are links noticed by search engines, but they also act as a tap on the shoulder to other bloggers who can easily identify who is linking to their sites. Linking helps to get you noticed by other bloggers who are likely to investigate the sites that are linking to them. This may lead them to become new readers of your blog or to add links to your blog from theirs.

You can take links to other blogs a step further by leaving a trackback on the other blog to let them know you’ve linked to them. Blogs that allow trackbacks will include a link back to your blog in the comments section of the post that you originally linked to. People do click on trackback links!

7. Tag Your Posts

It takes a few extra seconds to add tags to each of your blog posts, but it’s worth the time in terms of the additional traffic tags can drive to your blog. Tags (like links) are easily noticed by search engines. They’re also key to helping readers find your blog when they perform searches on popular blog search engines such as Technorati. I highly recommend doing this as tags send a huge amount of traffic to my blog everyday.

8. Submit Your Posts to Social Bookmarking Sites

Taking the time to submit your best posts to social bookmarking sites such as Digg, StumbleUpon, Reddit and more can be a simple way to quickly boost traffic to your blog.

9. Remember Search Engine Optimization

When you write your blog posts and pages, remember to optimize your pages for search engines to find them. Include relevant keywords and links but don’t overload your posts with too many relevant keywords or completely irrelevant keywords. Doing so can be considered spamming and could have negative results such as your blog being removed from Google’s search entirely.

10. Don’t Forget Images

Images don’t just make your blog look pretty, they also help people find you in search engine listings. People often use the image search options offered by Google, Yahoo! and other search engines, and naming your images with search engine optimization in mind can easily boost your traffic.

11. Consider Guest Blogging

Guest blogging can be done when you write a guest post on another blogger’s blog or when another blogger writes a guest post on your blog. Both methods are likely to increase traffic as your blog will be exposed to the other blogger’s audience. Many of the other blogger’s readers will visit your blog to see what you have to say.

12. Join Forums, Web Rings or Online Groups

Find online forums, web rings, groups or social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn where you can share ideas and ask questions of like-minded individuals. Add a link to your blog in your signature line or profile, so each time you post on a forum or participate in another online network, you’re indirectly promoting your blog. Chances are many people will click on that link to learn more about you.

13. Promote Outside Your Blog

Promoting your blog shouldn’t stop when you step outside the blogosphere. Add your blog’s URL to your email signature and business cards. Talk about it in offline conversations. It’s important to get your name and your blog’s URL noticed offline, too.

14. Nominate Yourself and Other Blogs for Blog Awards

There are a number of blog awards given out throughout the year. Nominating yourself and other blogs and bloggers can draw attention to your blog and drive traffic to it.

15. Don’t Be Shy

The most important part of the blogosphere is its community and much of your success as a blogger will be tied to your willingness to network with that community. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, join conversations or just say hi and introduce yourself. Don’t sit back and hope the online world will find you. Speak out and get yourself noticed. Let the blogosphere know you’ve arrived and have something to say!

This post was partly inspired by an excellent article by Susan Gunlius from about.com