Wow, sounds good!
Wow, sounds good!
lol so many accounts just used to rank up in posts^
Either way still working on my site. I find that google alerts isn't that effective for my niche, the searching for forums and building reputation method is better for me I think. Sadly there are a lot of forums where it's not even possible to have a signature.
I might use the forums where you can have a signature to slowly build reputation and help people out, refer to my blog in my sig.
And then the forums where you can't have a signature I might refer to a review directly in a post.
if google alerts is not working for you (and I hear it's going to be taken down anyway), try treewalker.com, it's a similar service. Kdot. how's the traffic from the forums you're trying? I know it's a good source of traffic but there is alot of work to be done to get on a forum, build rep, post, etc. Thanks
ps...I'd also like to see what you think about my site spiffyreview.com, it's not done but any and all constructive criticism would help and if you would leave some comments I'm sure that wouldn't either, LOL (I'll do the same for you, pm me) thanks!
Last edited by tdizzle13; 06-03-2013 at 01:13 AM.
Guys, don't forget that there are other sources of traffic - I think that Yahoo Answers has been mentioned a few times. Might also be possible to "outsource" rep building on forums and the like.
Been lurking the site for awhile decided to register and found this thread
That was a long read for sure but definitely do-able method for a noob like will definitely report back
;tdizzle Hey man I don't think I'm the right guy to ask advice from I just started out like you. But either way it's true that building rep etc is a lot of work. However I got some experience in my field and find it easy and sometimes even fun to post resourceful stuff on the forums and help ppl out.
Regarding your site the header looks a bit cheap! Gotta give that a professional look. As for the site itself I think it's fine, what audience are you targeting with the alerts?
;sanjeev2010 Yeah I used YA in the beginning, it's pretty good. Thing is in my niche I have to compete with someone else who's religiously answering every question haha.
if i get traffic from any website then?
Great Method For Noobs .... Straight To The Point , Will Give It A Shot
Just using sense can make money
Which is a huge shame really, since this IS a great way to start out!
tried this method but my badluck all my sites got hit by Google Panda ;(
So, for those people using Yahoo Answers for this method - are you using proxies?
Awesome technique and I'm sure with some out the box thinking there is potential for a lot more than $100/day.
Will definitely try this and see how it goes! Thanks!
This looks good and Im a noob. Will be trying this
Blogger killed my blogs citing that they break the new user agreement.
Thank you for sharing this. It makes IM easier for newbies.
Thanks, from a Newb!
Anyone got any earning updates? This is still working well for me
I was really wondering if this still works in 2013 .Thanx.I will give it a try!
thanks for this. always good to read new twists on old methods even if they're just new to me.
Thank you so much MeatHead, I heard of your name but never knew this was your style haha.
I may launch this shortly, however you said this is still raking in for you...exactly how much?
Just so I have a ballpark of side income to fuel my larger endeavors. Again, thank you my good friend.
Nice post. I will try to see if I can make this work! Thank you for sharing
I'm going to check this out. Thanks
good post nice info
I set up a site using this very method a loooooooooooong time ago, reviewed 5 diff. products on a topic.
Here's a twist that simply works: one of the products I reviewed is FREE. Yes, completely free, but it pretty much contains the same things that the other ones do -- or at least that's what I say in the review. Gets, not surprisingly, decent amount of sign ups. And of course it's my own list, just a single-pager set up using optimizepress. Down the line, I will then sell the products that were reviewed using autoresponder.
Making sales, building a list.
What's there not to like in this method? And forfuckssake what are these "will this still work in 2013" posts? Will product reviews work? Well think twice.
This is a old method but i have friends that modified it and they earn more money
I am not sure if this is mentioned before, just want to contribute to the thread.
I have been trying this and i think something really good and interesting about this method. You actually dont have to write ANYTHING. since you dont have to worry about dup content, you can just C&V from other. Blast it with comment and links.
The setting up is just too easy, ewhy bothers guys?
I'm really interested in trying this but I'm more into Joomla than Wordpress. Has anyone used this with Joomla and if so what results did you get?
Thanks for the guide bookmarked for later.
Good guide meat. I was trying to do it and absolutely forgot, set up my g alerts already. I guess I will write like 50 posts and leave in autopilot )
And Meat, how much are you earning each month now and how long time do you spend a day/week ?
Third edit: just read how much are you earning good luck, I'll start today and report after each sale hehe ; )
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Message me if you've got DATING traffic. Big EPCs, weekly payments, 24/7 support.
I have been lurking for awhile (due to not having the cash at the time to actually try anything) and had to sign up and thank you for the brilliant post.
I am currently just about to get started and looking into getting my domain and webhost sorted, exciting times as I have plenty of free time at the moment to work on this and am looking forward to it, plus it will be good practice for myself as I have been dabbling with coding / wordpress these past few weeks.
Forgot to ask, where is the best place for a domain, I normally use GoDaddy, but if anyone has a cheaper recommendation I am all ears.
Oh and what are peoples thoughts on .co.uk ?
Last edited by Red Army; 07-30-2013 at 09:10 PM.
Here's a noob question... When responding to a blog post, article etc. Do you simply write the url of the review site, or does it have to be in html format. IE. are you going for the backlinks too, or just copy and paste traffic?
nice tutorial, but, the domain itself will cost some money, bro.
Awsum man will give a try!
Just found this thread. Nice share