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Anyone need a free forum poster/tutorial maker?

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by JamesCC, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. JamesCC

    JamesCC Newbie

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    Hello,

    My name is James. I'm looking to become a forum poster in about any subject (preferably non-porn). To build my CV in real life for my post graduate job search. I'm in the final year of my E-Commerce & Marketing Degree course and showing your apart of a bigger community aids the substance of your CV. I've looked everywhere on the internet for people looking for free forum posters yet all the posts seem dated or looking to pay.

    Thanks for reading,
    James.
     
  2. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    I'm confused as to why somebody who would pay for forum posts wouldn't accept your service for free? Why not just find a forum of interest to you and join it and become a part of that community? I'm sure it wouldn't look good to join a forum you're not passionate about.
     
  3. Eagle Eye

    Eagle Eye Senior Member

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    yeah I could use some help

    add me on skype:wmoriarty1
     
  4. JamesCC

    JamesCC Newbie

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    I've not applied for any forum posting jobs. As I don't want a job. I'm more after the reference. It's weird to explain, I don't want the job of making sure I have to post. I'm more looking for a new forum/ early stages of a forum where I could be one of the lead contributors.

    Not got skype. If you can send me through private chat or I think I made my email public.

    Italian. I'm just going by what past students on my course have done. I can't find forums that are young enough. And as for the passion I would only do about 4-5 posts a week for a year until the interviews came around it's a small compromise.
     
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  5. codexehow

    codexehow Power Member

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    Just go join a forum.
     
  6. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    Go join the forums you are actually interested in being a part of, like everyone here has suggested.

    The thing you need to understand is that internet marketing is all about being an authority and expert in a specific area and niche market just like in the real world of marketing. That hasn't changed.

    By wanting to post on any forum and any niche topic, you aren't going to achieve what you are looking to do, no matter who references you. All you are doing in taking that path is making yourself an expert forum poster for any general information across the board.

    If you really don't want a job as you say, you sure are on the right path to creating one...as the previously mentioned ' professional forum poster '.

    If you want to get a serious reputation and expert authority status, you need to immediately focus on joining only forums that are targeted to your ideal niche markets of interest and become an authority and get your desired recommendations/references/referrals through the best method possible of ' actually earning them through contribution of solid information over time '.

    Make the investment, do the work and earn the reputation. There is no instant super method for doing this. If you really want it, you have to earn it the old fashioned way, by investing effort, knowledge and experience over time.

    Post on what you know and actually LIKE/HAVE INTEREST IN, never fluffing a response with common crap.

    Get serious and get started.

    Hope this helps.
     
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