If you are serious about backlinks, this program is a steal at current prices - but only for those who are serious about making money. Without proper keyword research this is a waste of money.
No, this is not an affiliate link, and Jon is no BS, he is a serious guy.
No, you have to dedicate a wordpress blog for that. On a separate domain. If you don't have a spare domain laying around, you 'll need to buy one.
I somehow got on this guy's mailing list. I got the email about this program but I have to confess, I read it, and had no idea what it meant.
Guess I still have a lot to learn.....
Bumping it for those who did not see it. No, I do not have any interest in this, neither affiliate nor otherwise, I just believe it is a great opportunity. I am afraid the doors will be closed soon, because the plan is to have about 500 members, and currently there are at least 350. When I started this thread there were around 180...
Did you know there are FREE services that do the same thing.
http://www.google.com.au/search?q=free+ … AU285AU285
I use traffic link (http://www.thetrafficlink.com/user.php?action=welcome) and it slowly builds inbound outbound links. The search engines seem to love these links, especially Yahoo.
I will definitely check this service.
However, usually such free services suffer from excessive ads, spamming, and stupid posters leaving a footprint, which sooner or later allows Google to catch the network and discount the links completely...
Paid networks are way more strict and therefore more stable.
So true. I totally agree with you. I looked at Jonathan and even joined the blog post swap he has running. So being me I looked for an alternative and found traffic link fits. It does not seem to work with Google, but hardly anything does in my view except chance. This 3 way linking does wonders on Yahoo though and thats my target.
Thank you for this. If almost anyone other than you had posted it, I would have ignored it completely, but I have signed up for it instead. I look forward to seeing the results.
Also - if you do not have a wordpress blog (which I think you do not) I have a few spare ones I could lend/sell/give you lol
You are welcome Mark
I am glad you did, and to the best of my knowledge you will not regret.
And thanks for your generous offer, but I myself have a handful of wordpress blogs laying around doing nothing, too - so I did not have any problem finding one for that program
Interesting posts here! that im going to check out, now!!, which is going to delay my daily Birthday hubs again!!
Thanks for the links:)
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