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Need some opinions on my review site??

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by zsimpson22, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. zsimpson22

    zsimpson22 Regular Member

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    Hey guys whats up, as you can see, I am a newbie here and this is my first post. I have been reading around on the forums for awhile and you guys have given me some great advice and new methods for noobs to make money and I just wanted to say thank you for everything on here. I used one of the methods I found on here about starting up a review site and putting my clickbank links in the reviews. I used a free website maker, which I know is not the best way of doing things, but I have absolutely no start up money! I am in college and am jobless, leaving me with a bunch of time on my hands but no money whatsoever. Any tips you more experienced guys have to improve a review site would be awesome, and anything that I could do to maybe get more conversions. I made the site about 2 weeks ago, and have had over 100 views through commenting on sites that have to do with my niche, which is weightloss/fitness. But no sales :( I actually enjoy writing about this niche, and have a good amount of knowledge in it, which is why I chose it in the first place. I am obviously not allowed to post URL's for you guys to look at my site, which sucks, so if you could just give some general advice on making review sites better, that would be great. I dont really have that much knowledge on SEO, so that is why I am going the commenting route for now, until I gain more knowledge on the subject. Also if you guys have any methods that could help me make a little bit of starting up money, that would be awesome. Not looking to be "spoonfed" here, just maybe trying to get some general advice.

    I also have one more question. I set up google alerts to tell me when new results are found through my niche, which is doing me pretty good so far. But do you guys think that when I find a site that has really high traffic but some of the articles are old, I should use my time to comment on those sites with my site? For example, the mens fitness site has articles and posts that have well over 100,000 facebook likes in the 2 months that they have been up, but am I wasting my time commenting on the articles that were posted months ago, or should I continue to comment on the newest results given to me by google alerts? Thank you guys in advance, and once again, any information is much appreciated guys. Just trying to make the best with my time in starting the journey of internet marketing.
     
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    Thanks bro. Learned alot of great things on here so far.
     
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    To make some easy start up cash, and learn on the way, you can write and submit your content manually on web2.0s and offer that as a service - articles + professional submissions (editing layouts etc). As that is something people would be looking for, if you underprice it a bit, you can make some cash to invest in tools/resources for testing and start learning SEO.
     
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    Thanks a lot man. That doesnt sound like a bad idea. I'll have to look into it. Also, I was looking at associated content, or what apparently is now known as yahoo voices, and was wondering what kind of payouts you get for stuff like that? and how do I know if something like that is for me?
     
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    Any more help guys would be great.
     
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    For newbies, i wouldnt recommend you to start on SEO. It takes ages to rank if you dont have the right tools and there will be time when your site goes up and down after another google update. Considering your site is just another affiliate review site, obviously it makes it harder to be sustainable in G updates. These stuffs probably would frustrate you before you even make a single cent from your site.

    I personally would recommend you to go with the quicker route then after you succeed you can start learning SEO. Youtube marketing and forum posts work good for starters.