Discussion in 'Making Money' started by meathead1234, Oct 5, 2011.
there is a way to get around facebook plugin. I am still testing it but I think it might be even better because it's less spammy.
create a page on facebook with a name as your domain name, so you should end up having a page named yourdomain.com
and when you comment on an article there will be an option in the left bottom where you can select the page to comment with.
This way your comments will look 100% natural as there is no link in the comment body, but the drawbacks are obviously less ctr and that you can't really promote particular products, but rather your niche website.
It also works for disqus, the comments stick it seems for now.
Today is a good day folks. god bless
I was shocked by the amount of likes you received over these past couple of years, but it's still a good thread with information still useable in 2018. Good job!
I just restarted meathead's method and now I stick to it, because although I made some sales 2 years back, due to lack of time I discarded the project.
This time I will not give up and keep tweaking. I have already figured out how to do facebook and disqus comments and I am very optimistic about the outcome, though I don't expect it to come quick.
I went through the pages of the method and it turned out that for the first months you were doing the method with no results. I would like to know what you were doing and what did you do so differently that you were making $$$ on the first week after you tweaked the method.
My other question is, what else can I do if I am done commenting for the given day?
I thought about doing social media managment and focusing on manual growth, because after all social media can bring you great autopilot traffic long-term as well. Building more sites is not really something I want to do as long as I have no results from this site.
Also, there was a guy who attacked you saying you are lying and things like that, and afaik you have talked to a guy/ tried to help him.
I would like to know what he was doing and why he did not succeed.
Basically, the purpose of this message is to learn about others' mistakes and see what they did/do wrong. I surely know that the method works, but you have to admit that the game changed a lot and it's much harder to find success than years ago.
Apologies if I asked something already answered.
I thank you very much for your help and that you give back to the community after making your im goals come true.
Seems like freddy is not around these days.
@meathead1234 might be able to answer my questions...
I'm obviously a complete newbie to have to ask this, but how, exactly, do you go about turning blog views into actual $$$? There doesn't seem to be any direct instructions on how to do this. Do you need to find product sponsors and approach them via email to gain their backing or is there a less "fishing for sponsors" approach that could be employed?
Have you tried reading the original post?
You don't have to fish for "sponsors"... Finding products is the easiest part of this method.
Guys, somebody is making money from this?
Is this method still effective in 2018?
Today I started to prepare all things to test it but a bit different and tomorrow I gonna start. I will test 1 months and after these days I will write here the results. (I hope good results).
I am not saying this method does not work, but it's surely not easy in 2018.
I did not have success, but I know I did not commit 100% to it.
I switched to wholesaling instead. So much easier to sell real products than crappy ebooks.
Approaching Product Sponsors via "email" is very "old school."
The Millenial Method, as it's called, is to simply show up, unannounced, at their headquarters, barge right in (remember, you're being judged by the Product Sponsor as much by your assertiveness and can-do attitude as by the quality - and quantity - of your "review pages") and demand the receptionist to let you meet with the Head of the Blog Product Sponsorship Department (BPSD).
This results in roughly a 97.4% success rate, although the more loud and boisterous one is in the Product Sponsor lobby, generally the more successful they are at getting that big Meeting with the Decision Maker.
There is one caveat, though. And that is this: since the most Successful blog reviewers tend to be those who focus almost exclusively on the Adult Products market (toys, oils, massage creams, dildos - either battery-powered or the kind that plugs into the wall - triple-X videos, whips, ball gags, handcuffs - you get the picture) - you generally must travel to Chatsworth, California (a/k/a "porn valley") in order to get a face-to-face (no pun intended) with the desired Product Sponsors.
That airfare can and will add up, if you happen to live far from there.
That being said, there's no reason you can't take a Greyhound or, for those with even more limited resources, hitchhike. Ignore the nay-sayers who will be quick to say, "That's a good way to wind up in a shallow grave alongside I-40." It's all FUD. They just don't want the competition.
I hope this helps. If there's anything else I can point out, please feel free to ask.
I always want to implement this kind of method, but I can not keep consistence doing the same job every day, poor me.
Upon reading your guide, it seems to be a evergreen guide that works perfectly even it's in 2018. Thanks OP.
this thread is still floating around, nice
nice method . have to try it
Thanks for this method sir, i will try this.
This is good method
Wow, just the tip about using (G) alert is a big help for me. Just have to do manual commenting and smart anchor text will go a long way..
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