The Triond community has always been there for me. I hope it can help me this time as well.
As many of you know, I am very interested in learning how to do proper SEO and promotion. I take the time to study each and every new system I find. And once I have the results – I publish it to you as well. So you can enjoy my knowledge.
I first started with digg. I sat, read, followed, and eventually have many insights that made me write my guide about how to properly use Digg. Even earlier to that I study the use of traffic generators (which are illegal on Triond) and how we can leverage them to help us, which lead me to my EasyHit and Digg trick.
I then continue to research Stumbelupon how turn out to be quite easy, and twitter, which I still can not say I fully understand. Along the way I found some other opportunities and I shared the best one with you, such as the opportunity to get 25 free backlinks per day – for free!
My next challenge was Reddit. It was very frustrated from it. However, eventually I understood how to use it and had great results with it. I immediately published my reddit guide for your use, and even showed you another great result I had with it. I would also like to update you that the results just keep in coming. It turns out that reddit also increases the page rank in Google engines therefore I gain a lot more results from Google lately and the earning I got only from the article I sent to reddit are near $2!
So here is my problem: many people told me I miss a lot of things because I do not use Facebook. So I decided to check it out. Unfortunately, even after reading a lot about it. I do not really understand this social network.
Here is where I am asking for your help: If you use Facebook please help me. You can either comment this article or PM me:
Is it really worth it? How much time do you need to invest in it? What kind of page do you open on Facebook, and how do you promote your articles in it?
I will also appreciate well written and research links to already written articles about this matter.