Joined: 04 Oct 10
21 Nov 12 6:56 pm
I understand what you are saying and think that everyone who tries to start making money on line has gone through but just take your time and learn everything you can but not too fast because all the information will make your head spin.
Unless you lost your job there isn't a reason to rush through things. Take your time and if you need to read through things a few times to understand it then fine I know I did. There are many ways to get links and I think for me I started out slow and put up a couple Squidoo pages which allows you to put in a few links that way you can have links to different pages of your site, you can do the same with Hub pages and e-zine articles.
These three are the long way to get links because they require you to write articles. I also post comments on blogs and forums that are related to my site, I know some people say a link is a link but in my mind a link to a baking site from a site that talks about nascar just isn't as good no mater what the page rank is.
If you are going to post comments on blogs and forums make sure your posts are a nice length otherwise the comments may be deleted and make sure the comments are well written and on point with the article. Also some sites want you to join a comment type of place like Disqus where you put in a profile along with your web address which is fine but the only problem with this is that you don't have the opportunity to pick your anchor text because every comment is associated with your profile name, this I haven't found to be a problem since my site is on page one and checking anchor words my name it the most used from anyplace so I don't think is maters as much as I used to.
Another thing to know when posting on blogs and forums is not to post to many times in a day because people don't like to think you are commenting on many different discussions just to get a link. So my advice is take your time take it slow and do everything right the first time, it is much easier this way then going back and trying to fix everything you messed up.