Having friends will help you earn money online. Just like in real life, your friends will help support you and will build a sense of community. The same can be said when trying to earn money from the internet. The more friends and supporters you have, the higher the chance that all of you can benefit from each other and build a strong support group. Making friends is important for your “online” reputation as well as building a basis for your Internet Marketing empire.
Start an Register your stats here. Create a place where people can connect and talk about related things. A forum with message posting is a great place to start a community. When things are up and you have many members, you can put ads on the site to promote a product.
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This is a great tool and there are others like it that can tell your page rank, outbound and inbound links, and other important stats. Take advantage of these tools and understand your competition to beat them.
Take Note. When you visit a forum for the first time, open up a page in your favorite journaling tool. My favorite is Microsoft OneNote, closely followed by a notepad and pen. During your visit, take notes about what, within the site, has potential for helping you be more profitable. Use these notes when you return and take additional notes to be sure that you fully benefit from those areas. For example, depending on the site, this could be a training video on how to do market research, a series of articles on targeting your niche, or detailed forum discussions in an online area teeming with search-engine optimization experts.
Nothing is going to turn people off more than reading a post full of self-aggrandizing verbiage. You are there to provide service to others through providing incredibly useful information. Leave your sales pitch out the door. Your purpose on a forum is to be seen as helpful and knowledgeable. Leave the pitch for the signature box! If people respect you and like you enough, they will click on the link in your signature to go to your website.
So what is my point? The world of web2.0 has allowed this phenomenon but I’d like to ask YOU. Are connected to a online community where you are happy? Or are you like I was for so long. A drifter, a gypsy, drifting from place to place trying to find my place in the sun. I’m glad a friend of mine recently told me about Cagora. The name comes from the Greek word agora which means marketplace and the “C” stands for community. I believe they are going to fill a real gap in the world of web 2.0 by being a one stop spot where you can gossip, buy and sell, get information from all quarters of the internet, and be in online groups that are exclusive. In other words at Cagora there is only one group for “dogs” and one group or spot for “cars”.