Reading through some of my forum posts lately I myself felt the tone of my posts was well, a little sarcastic and easily misunderstood.
As an olive branch to the forum members I found a nice video site on link building that may possibly help with you getting the traffic to your hubs. I realise there may be some sales pitch in the video but there is still some gems of information that can be used. If nothing else, it will provide a little understanding as to the importance of link building.
By the way, I am not affiliated with the site at all.
Here's the url http://www.articleunderground.com/multimedia/20/
That's very nice of you to post the link Terry. And I don't think you are sarcastic!
I'm going to take the guys advice at that link, when I have time, get myself a beverage, a notepad, and take some notes. I'll just pretend I'm back in school and that this is important.
Ahhh,,, the discipline,,,,,,lol.....
My backlog of instructional videos to watch is days long, Terry. More and more IM marketers are putting out video and audio materials without any transcripts.
If they had a transcript I'd have read it by now, since I can read a 10-minute video's worth of words in less than two minutes!
It's a nice thought to give something back to the community by posting useful information, though - thanks for doing it.
I may get to it at some point in the future ...
That is a great idea Jenny - isn't that always the way...the most simple ideas are often left unexplored.
Sorry to get off track terryg, just had to acknowledge that input : )
I totally agree - and Ive nearly thru my month's download quota in less than 2 weeks - purely because my favourite blog has gone video! When I was on the net full-time late last year I was nowhere near the same monthly limit!
I understand and seem to spend my day watching these too, but this one stood out for me.
LOL I even stopped watching course videos I paid like $1500 for
I just can't force myself...
Perhaps, Lissie meant to say bandwidth quotas with her hosting company where she host her blogs or the quota of whatever the blog services she used. Like I said, I am guessing here. Lissie can fill you in on it.
In some countries, there is a download limit on your personal ISP account. i.e you can only download so much content from the internet.
Sounds like LIssie has hit that. Which means no more internet for her this month.
Which actually means very expensive internet for the rest of the month
Geeze... thats harsh. I can't imagine a limit downloads. That can't be fun.
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