Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by cepluk, Feb 9, 2010.
i getting crazy and i build 100 account in digg,stumbleupon, so what should i do now?
Tell me.. How did you make them?
From one single ip?
How do you manage so many accounts. I have just a few and my biggest problem is that I Keep forgetting the password/passwords. Anyway, what I heard was the digg community is strict and does not take kindly to self digging---if there's such a term
The next step is make a script to automate those accounts, then you're in business!
You could stumble my sites with all 100 accounts if you want?
find a forum where you can provide services for stumbleupon and digg. I used to provide service of such and earned $5 for 20 diggs and stumbles. The only hard part will be the review but I guess you can get along with it. Beware of people who already have automated tools though. they might flame you when you provide such service...lots of haters nowadays....lol
Yep, i think this one is a great idea! Just give your "service" away
Good point, they're gonna catch on if you vote/submit with any kind of frequency without using multiple IP's. And then, if they're ALL using a proxy that's fairly easy to detect as well if they put any effort into it.
of course no. I will getting banned. Just restart my modem and its give me new ip address
does anybody has working script?
You unplugged and plugged your DSL modem 200 times?!?!?!?! Surely there's a better way to use your time.
that's because i'm getting crazy when build it
Hmm... I agree. You really had to do that 200 (well, I guess maybe 99 actually) times?
Well, the best way monetize would be to automate a stumbling/digging service you could offer to clients. Maybe even here at BHW as long as you went through the proper channels.
If you wanted to be a little risky you could of course stumble and digg through a little article marketing system you setup.
Write an original article or have someone write one for you for a few dollars and submit to either goarticles.com or hubpages.com (both accept affiliate links). Really, you should not have to do any selling in your article and I recommend being purely informative. Just need to get those clicks to vendor page, its up to them to convert sales.
I generally aim for products with a gravity in the range of 15-60 depending on the niche. Of course, you could go higher than 60 but I would stay away from products with less than 15 gravity unless it is a completely new product / service that has an awesome salespage.
So what do we have. Product / Service from ClickBank. Article submitted to directory. Now just stumble and digg your article like crazy. Regardless of what any vendor claims their conversion rates to be you can set a bar at 1:100 for fair products. That's 1 sale out of 100 visits (to THEIR page not your article).
I hope you (and others) get something out of this. Best of luck!
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