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Should I spam, blackhat or simply die in website lethargy?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by shaise, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. shaise

    shaise Newbie

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    Hey buddies,
    I just desperately wanted to ask all of You, people with way more experience and skills, what should I do? I guess many of you has the same/similar issue so here's mine.

    It really pissed me off watching my site like a time-capsule created and buried under "no-members" tomb. I have tried so many methods like emails, tutorials, sigs, articles, lenses, link-love, and so on. I do realize that getting up to the surface requires money, that actually I don't have them much :(. Of course, everybody say..."Content is a King!".

    Well, I try my best. Also, I'm not a greedy person. I just want couple thousand people and that's it. My dreams aren't in millions. Anyway, what do you recommend me to do...a tool for getting a thousands of members or just surrender myself(which I doubt)?
    I really want to find that tool (besides Xrumer) which drives people to a website and if you have it(or in mind) please send(it over) me a PM with your help!

    Thank you so much for your patience!
    Peace!
     
  2. JimBow

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    Just taken a look at your site and got a little constructive criticism for you. This is based on first impressions (I might be wrong, but first impressions count)...

    It's not clear to me what your target niche is. Is it just a general forum? If it is I think you should reevaluate and focus on a topic that isn't very well serviced yet.

    If I'm wrong and you do have a niche then let visitors know as soon as they hit the site using stronger branding.

    As for link building and getting more members I'm afraid I've not got any better ideas - it sounds like you're using the usual free methods. I guess the only thing left is to pay for content or reward users for joining and posting (ebooks etc).
     
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  3. JimBow

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    please delete
     
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