I got my first ad click, any advise to keep things rolling?

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  1. Lazer317 profile image78
    Lazer317posted 7 years ago

    I got my first ad click, any advise to keep things rolling?

  2. RicardoE profile image69
    RicardoEposted 7 years ago

    Do bookmarking!
    A lot of bookmarking, that's what I'm doing
    maybe we can improve earnings doing this.

    use digg, reddit, delicious, and others smile

  3. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image96
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    I seriously suggest that you join Shetoldme, and Best Reviewer, those sites allow you to backlink from two diff domains, and give you one hundred percent adsense revenues; you then share those links that you create (reviewing your hubs, etc) on those sites, and submit those to digg, facebook, twitter, myspace, redgage, whatever.

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    akycrawlerposted 7 years ago

    Bookmark your hubs using shetoldme, xomba, digg, delicious, and keep writing. I would recommend using tags to create rss feeds to further your scope of advertising and backlinks. Keep writing and dont stop!! Make as many hubs as possible but keeping them quality and interlinking.

    Use trigger words if you are an affiliate and write from the heart! Keep creating and the money will continue to grow.

  5. Vaiebhav profile image81
    Vaiebhavposted 7 years ago

    Congratulations Lazer317 on earning your first cent. Many big journeys begin with a small step.
    1. Keep motivation high. The initial weeks/months are going to be slow - both for traffic and money. Make sure you have other sources of revenue to sustain yourself during this time.
    2. Write more. Write better. Write faster.
    3. Keywords. Choose 10 or 20 keywords. And write content around ONLY those keywords for the whole year. Yes, one whole year. Use Google Keyword Tool to choose those 20 keywords. Ideally the keywords should be related. But that's not absolutely necessary.
    4. Write on other websites (on sites suggested by other hubbers here), and create backlinks from those sites to your hub(s). Make sure the backlinks are created using your kewords as anchor texts. Don't insert more than two links in one external article.

  6. Lazer317 profile image78
    Lazer317posted 7 years ago

    thanks everyone...great advise.  I guess I have to investigate the other site suggested here....

 
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