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How do you imagine blackhat ,PPC ,Cpa ,facebook ,twiter in 5 years?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by rabux, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. rabux

    rabux Newbie

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    How do you imagine blackhat ,PPC ,Cpa ,facebook and twiter in 5 years?
     
  2. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    More and more competition for all and twitter will have some crazy filters for spammers like FB is doing now.
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  3. Ansatsu

    Ansatsu Regular Member

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    all dead
     
  4. IcedCube

    IcedCube Junior Member

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    Asking how 'blackhat' will be is a silly question on its own, as any whitehat method can be exploited in a way not commonly thought of. Hence, it will be completely dependent on its whitehat counterparts.

    PPC will still be the most effective (and definitely efficient) method of advertising any product imaginable, and though guidelines change over time, decent marketers will be able to avoid search engine hostility and proceed as they always had.

    The number of competitors will drop, as most marketers will either go on to better ventures or become part of a professional PPC company/consultation agency. Marketers like Mike Filsaime and <insert other random guru name> will hopefully go bankrupt or at least become inactive because people will understand info products can't possibly be sold for more than a physical copy (a book, that is -- not sure if you've heard of it). This is wishful thinking, admittedly, as it depends largely on the lessening of human stupidity.

    CPA IS PPC (or other kinds of media buys). Article marketing, SEO, etc. have nothing on PPC, and for as long as CPA provides products, PPC will market them.

    Facebook will probably still be viable, though I find the method needlessly tedious and wasteful (qua time). Twitter will have died as a viable marketing mechanism, and rightfully so.

    That is how I imagine the future of IM. I also do palm reading, should anyone be interested.

    ~Iced
     
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  5. especial

    especial Registered Member

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    blackhat (ever strong)
    ,PPC (ever strong but Google might slap even harder)
    ,Cpa (still exist)
    ,facebook and twiter ( consistent unless a new wave of social network unleashed *think of how FB owned Myspace/Bebo etc*)
     
  6. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    In 5 years the world may not even be here, so why ponder and speculate?

    Make your fortune now, and in 5 years, you'll be relaxing on an exotic beach watching everyone else scramble for the crumbs :)

    Cheers!
     
  7. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED

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    BH will still be going strong due to the fact that its only real limitation is human ingenuity. Spam methods will certainly become more difficult as time passes, but again, it gets back to human ingenuity to find new angles. CPA and PPC isn't going anywhere either I believe although competition will grow as the years pass.