Indianpad is a social bookmarking site, something like Digg or SheToldMe.
I just wanted to ask - Has anybody had any success with it?
It'll bring some traffic to your hubs(which are related to india). Most of the time you'll get Linkdroppers from that site. Also very little conversion.
Hmm. That's what I suspected.
I am also curious about the apparently "permanent residents" on the home page of Indianpad. There are two or three blogspot blogs, clearly owned by the same person, and looking for some quick adsense revenue.
The other two sites are also Bollywood related, with stupid articles and pirated pics. The interface and subject seems to be somehow curiously similar to the blogspot blogs.
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