by Paul Germana from
Even as I write this post, I am continuing to post my comments at other affiliate marketing blogs. It is very important to keep posting comments!!! Sharing content and creating back links to your domain is more important than even you or I can understand. But there are some basics that anyone can understand, if they just open their minds and apply their interests. Once we get our link out there and start stimulating the interests of others, we get real excited and yet we are completely unaware of how prominent we can become as a domain if we just keep plugging away. Add a few proven quality Clickbank products and get to commenting on your researched niche. In fact I invite everyone within the ‘click of my keyboard’ to use my research until they become proficient with their own research.
Just open your Google Reader, add the feed link of ‘My Keyword Research’, to the “add subscription” field above the “home” section in Google Reader. Then commence visiting the blogs and forums in the lists bundle. Each feed in the bundle will show numbers as new posts are being added to blogs, forums and sites across the web. Just click on the coinciding icon and on each title in the feed. You will be lead to the sites, where you can post your comment. I like to post my comment in relation to the blog post and the key question feed I am reading from. I keep writing new ones until I come up with one I really like. I then copy it and add it to all the blogs I come to, modifying it and adapting it as necessary, until I am convinced of it’s universality to the niche keyword phrase I’m commenting. Then I copy it once more and keep it on a notepad, so that I can pull it up, should I have to copy and paste something else. I keep commenting and do not stop.
One should try to do this for many hours. It’s fun and extremely gratifying when results begin to show at your domain. Besides think of how many hours we spend modifying our site? This makes no money and brings in no traffic. How many times have we had our site just right, but got no results? It wasn’t the layout, the products or even the keyword tags assigned to our homepage. It was the fact that we had no traffic coming in. Yet, how many hours did we spend? If you knew that you could bring traffic to your site and actually control how much, how many hours would you spend then? Me? I’d spend 24hours a day if I could stay awake!