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In this case, will it help buying traffic?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by super11, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. super11

    super11 Senior Member

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    A day back, I decided to give life to my luck again. Admits my confusing thoughts, I decided to try out clickbank stuff. I started a blog with one page review about a product. Basically, the product is about eBay (good gravity)

    Here's my small plan for now:

    10 posts a day. This would include posting on yahoo answers, other blogs, youtube and so on.

    I do not have adsense or similar programs on my blog. Since adsense and similar programs are out of picture, mere traffic or clicks won't help me.

    In this case, does it help buying traffic instead of blog posting.

    Bumped into a guy on another forum offering around 1000 visitors for few dollars(targetted niche traffic). I have never purchased traffic before, so would like to know do they convert?

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    super11
     
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  2. blacktree

    blacktree Newbie

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    such traffic is generated by the providers ( who fraud with users by asking them to look at websites and they will pay them ), bots which click the links within emails ( it is typical and needs a complete elaboration ).

    So overall, I suggest you the following -
    1. Hire someone from GAF who will do blog posting for you with small, unique and targetted content. This guy will give you the report on where all he has done the postings.

    2. Again you can use the same person or hire another one to post answers in Yahoo answers. Do not do marketing in Yahoo answers. Talk about the subject ( even 200 words are enough ) and then tell them to visit a link which you found useful. Dont post the link as if it is yours.

    3. Do plenty of article marketing, write articles and publish them in article directories.

    All the writings that you will make should have perfect keyword density so that more and more people can reach to your posting via search engines.

    If you are not able to write then hire ghost writers. Again do not fall for the ghost writers who can write for you in $1. Most of these guys are spinners and may not leave grammar mistakes but out of the scope context.

    PM me if you want to learn more about this.
     
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    blacktree Newbie

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    or infact dont PM me, let us continue discussions here only so that others can benefit as well.
     
  4. super11

    super11 Senior Member

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    Thanks for these supercool tips. Here I stand now:

    -Skipped the idea of buying traffic
    -Hired a guy to do blog posting.
    -I will take care of the content writing part myself. Created a new ezine account, and my first article is awaiting approval. Will submit more articles once they accept the first one.

    Do you suggest targetting long tailored keyword?
     
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