Posts tagged automation
Hi Fellow Blogger,
Please don't think of this as an intrusion but as a blogger myself I know that something we all need is subscribers. Walt Bayliss has created a program that gives you a Fre*e Blog as well as 200 Fre*e Subscribers to start out.It is well worth checking out as it will only reinforce what you are already doing.
Have a Great day,
I should probably begin by advising my readers not to take the same route you have by beginning a spam campaign. Spammers are blacklisted, and the conversion rate is easily under .01%. Such shameful methods for a modest return are not worth your time, nor the sacrifice of your reputation.
With that out of the way, this piece of spam brings about a topic worth talking about: automated tools or paid services to gain subscribers. While you’ll probably note some short-term success if you decide to use either of these, the problem is that you’re not going to retain the vast majority of those people. Worse yet, once your blog or website is labeled a spam trap…it sticks. And because you don’t want to have your (real) name attached to any campaign like that, you are building absolutely zero personal brand equity. The advantage of gaining readers organically is that you build relationships, and therefore loyalty, along the way. Commenting on blogs that you are genuinely interested in, adding helpful tips to related forums, taking the initiative on Q&A sites, these are all ways to organically meet people with similar interests and gain new readers, while at the same time solidifying your public reputation. The best part of this method? Because you’re doing things honestly and not paying someone to send out spam for you, you’ll actually enjoy doing it.
Thanks for your question!