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March 20th, 2005, 11:43 AM #1
Purchasing links on sites & in ExactSeek etc
- Join Date
- January 18th, 2005
- State of Perpetual Confusion
I have 2 new sites that are almost complete. Since I got behind, they will be ready at the same time that products will be sought out, I would like to hit the ground running.
Has anyone had any experience with working with a link broker or with a link listing company such as ExactSeek?
During this time I will have limited access to the net so I don't really want to play around with AdWords.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated
June 7th, 2005, 11:15 AM #2
I haven't used Exactseek yet. But I've used a couple of small ad brokers without much success. I recommend that you research the sites where your ad site going to appear to see what type of traffic they have. Is it targetted or general? Do they have a lot of traffic? Is your ad targetted to a specific group of people or just a general branding type of ad?
You need to answer these questions before you buy your ad. Because you would like to get a good return on your investment. A targetted ad to a small nicht market will always be better than a general ad. Especially if your targetted ad answers a potential problem or want for the consumer.Luke
Have you promoted your brand name today?
June 9th, 2005, 04:55 PM #3
- Join Date
- February 28th, 2005
Off page factors are still the way to go. Be careful with anything that looks like it may be associated with a link farm. There are some superior link brokers and others that proclaim to be. A word to the wise " ask for references" if they can supply them to you you have probably found a company you ought to be spending $$ with.
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