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Question about free traffic through social network

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by jman112, May 16, 2012.

  1. jman112

    jman112 BANNED BANNED

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    I know account quality and all that play a role in how long your account will stay active before deletion while spamming, but I'm curious do some websites have spam filters in there message system that trigger words like ipad2 for example that will make a deletion faster?
     
  2. GiftGuru

    GiftGuru Supreme Member

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    Nobody knows for sure....but then no good IM'er will say such things that are obvious spam. And it is also not "free" as you will usually have de captcher fees associated and of course the cost of the bot
     
  3. jacobm10

    jacobm10 Newbie

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    Every minute of the day, thousands of people are visiting websites to share ideas, post comments, give recommendations and advice, expand a circle of friends, and meet new individuals.
    A good relationship is completely necessary so as to take care of friendly ties which might be utilised to influence people and organizations. The pattern of human interaction in a very social network may be a good tool to extend the amount of traffic to a web site. Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace are major social networking teams that may influence the unfold of knowledge concerning merchandise and services and might truly bring a larger proportion of prospective patrons to go to on a web site.
     
  4. insanebeeftw

    insanebeeftw Junior Member Premium Member

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    A good number of newcomers have a "set it and forget it" mentality when it comes to using social networks to promote their content on blogs, their own websites, or revenue-sharing sites. Nothing looks worse than a Facebook profile or Twitter feed that contains only links to the owner's latest post or article. These people are throwing out the entire social element, and this is a great way to get a reputation as a social network spammer. Since no one wants this kind of reputation, it is essential to remember the human side of the Internet and that relationship-building carries just as much weight as it does offline.