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Hello everyone. I'm new to the community. Any tips?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Peepers, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. Peepers

    Peepers Junior Member

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    I just wanted to say thank you all for taking the time to read this. Do you have any tips for me as a new member? I've got an LLC for booking and promotion.

    Should I use that name or my real name for my affiliate chekqs? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you for welcoming me. Have a wonderful day.
     
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    Xnode Newbie

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    Good to have you with us. My tip would be to read as much as you can here , it's an excellent resource to have.
     
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  3. Peepers

    Peepers Junior Member

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    Thanks. I'm learning a lot! I'm starting an autoblogging site. Would it be a good idea to cookie stuff with flash on my autoblog's home page? Besides ads and cookie stuffing, what are some other ways to generate revenue? I'll ask about traffic once I get the website done. I appreciate your help!
     
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    Well, I've learned that this would be a good idea once I have familiarized myself with advertising and publishing. My first campaigns will run this 29th, as I have not finished monetizing my site. I have selected a niche topic and am doing well with seo, but just figuring things out; I am having most trouble finding products with clickbank. Adbrite isn't giving me the prettiest ads for my keywords given... The idea is to target the traffic and make it kinda flow, right?

    Well, I don't think clickbank is allowing me to do that. Or maybe it's just me?? Mostly TEXT ADS are showing; and my blog is boring and white.. I intended on having the ADS do most of the website's talking with bright and colorful advertisements. Slowly, I am seeing more traffic, but we're counting our figures on one hand. It's gotta be something I'm doing wrong. I think I need more content and better SEO..

    This particular topic isn't one big tangent. I do have a question for you. See, I'm with clickbank, but it doesn't seem to have a wide range of products that are categorized to specifically meet the needs of my watcha-muh-callits.. for the range of gravity that I'm looking for; about 70-150 and products specific for my niche.

    Shit, where are the smokin' hot affiliates with bang pay, and colorful advertisements?
    Alternatives to Clickbank and Adbrite????

    I appreciate any help. Thanks, guys.