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n5anf2008




msg:3861612
 10:46 am on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi everybody,

sorry to bother you all but after reading recent posts you all seem to be very knowledgeable about this. I have recently made a site with basically ways to make a bit of cash online, you no the basic ppc and affiliate thing. I was just wondering what was the best way to get my site out there and know and also people to link to it. I have tried to contact them but to no success. Any help would be appreciated

Thanks guys

 

Yoshimi




msg:3861656
 12:01 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

Please don't take this the wrong way, but how can you have a site showing people how to make money online if you are unable to get your own site visible to your customers. Putting affiliate links, or PPC on a site is the easy part, the difficult part is getting customers to your site, and if you can't do that for your own site you certainly can't tell others how to do it.

n5anf2008




msg:3861658
 12:12 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

hi, thanks for your input. I didnt create the content. This was all done for me. I just own the rights to it, and maybe started at the deep end and wanted a feel for managing a site. I know i am on a steep learning curve. The info the site offers is great. But like i say you all seem very knowledgable and thought that you may have some tips or tricks. Sorry if i have wasted your time

wheel




msg:3861665
 12:29 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

I guess the first thing you should do is follow the content and do PPC. Read your own site first. If it doesn't work, that'll tell you something about the content you're promoting.

n5anf2008




msg:3861667
 12:37 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

Thanks guys, appreciate it. Sorry about the time wasting

Reflections




msg:3861668
 12:39 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

In order to attract and increase your traffic perform search engine optimisation analysis and implement different seo techniques in your website.

Shaddows




msg:3861686
 1:35 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

I guess the first thing you should do is follow the content and do PPC. Read your own site first. If it doesn't work, that'll tell you something about the content you're promoting.

Could not agree more.

If you have a site purporting to teach people website marketing, its either useful or useless.

Personally, I would blog your promo activity as a record of just how successful your 'formula' is! And if its not, you might as well drop it.

n5anf2008




msg:3861692
 1:47 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

Thanks Shadows

joost




msg:3861762
 3:56 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

Leave the site for what it is a few days. Do other things. Then have a look at your site again and try to form an honest opinion as to the quality of the content (and design). If you come to the conclusion that quality is low to average, go ahead and first learn about "low quality" link development: directory submissions, article submissions, blog comments, etc. If you come to the conclusion that the content is average to good quality, go ahead and start looking for sites and blogs in the same field to contact for a link.

Any which way, first spend time reading the Link Development Library: [webmasterworld.com...]

nealrodriguez




msg:3862056
 9:45 pm on Mar 3, 2009 (gmt 0)

well my 1st dive into internet marketing comprised of me creating adwords ads for affiliate products until one sold for like $100 a week profit. the product was paid survey lists.

i only had some knowledge on ppc and made it work after a few months of trial & error and perseverance. so start learning how to manage pay per click campaigns; the google professional course is good; you get a nice badge once you pass their accreditation too; i actually learned from an ebook which i wouldn't recommend.

i haven't done ppc in years, but if you are going the paid route start smalllll - small budget that is. ensure your not using your rent money for ads; it could wipe you out.

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