Tuesday, February 1, 2011


Now that I knew about backlinking, I wanted more. So I signed up with SheToldMe. Although I am not fond of the fact that you cannot edit or delete the posts, SheToldMe certainly brings in the traffic. If you get a friend or two to vote your submissions up, you could even end up on the front page (be sure to do the same for them). SheToldMe is run by a very nice fellow called James, and if you follow the rules everything should be just fine, but with most Web 2.0 sites, the owners tend to guard their sites very jealously and will go to great lengths to protect them.

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People are often confused about why they should cooperate with other people rather than compete with them, and it works a little like this. The make money online industry is new. There's no telling what could come in the future. The faster we pioneers (and yes, we are pioneers) work to build up that industry, the more money there will be to be made; the more avenues will open to us as more businesses determine that the model is successful; and no-one knows where the future will lead. The sky is literally the limit in the next twenty years. Just think about if you had been in on the start of the banking industry, which started in the Middle Ages with a few nobles, and ended up being so that anyone with a little knowledge can make money off of products the banks will sell. By promoting and building up the online industry, we will be ensuring our own profits, as well as the profits for future generations. Right now, industries are adopting a wait-and-see attitude towards small bloggers and revenue-sharing Web 2.0 properties. Five years from now, who knows where we could be?

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