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Think I finally found what I'm good at!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CollinEm, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. CollinEm

    CollinEm Junior Member

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    I've made a few threads in a desperate attempt for help, and everyone kept telling me I need to figure out my own methods. I can now say that after I found what I fit in, this is completely true. Those who are discouraged, do not give up! It took me months to find something I liked, and I'm literally kicking it off today.

    For those of you who may ask what I'm doing, I started with Squidoo today! I published my first lens, and it has really high quality. Soon I will request articles to post them there to make lens building faster, but I'm not going to try and cheat anything but obtaining unlegit 5-star rankings. Hopefully all goes well! Any tips would help :)

    Also, am I aloud to post a picture of my niche with a link to my lens on pinterest? I think I would get a lot of traffic!

    I am excited, this feeling is great! Good luck to all those who are still looking!
     
  2. CollinEm

    CollinEm Junior Member

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    Quick update: Got about 5 views on my page. Kind of happy :) Is Squidoo still worth doing? I don't hear much about it anymore but it seems nice, it's like creating a ton of Adsense pages but much easier and you get ranking assistance.
     
  3. thehobbster

    thehobbster Junior Member

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    I wouldn't use Squidoo as my main source of income, because you are building someone else's business ultimately. I'd use these lenses to point links at my own site that I own on my own domain! Otherwise, yeah, it's an excellent tool. But I'd use it for nothing more than backlinks.

    If you really wanna get crafty, build your own "lense" sites on your own domains. Creating your own pumper sites.