How Do They Find You?

Written by A.T.Rendon

The movie, "Field of Dreams", starring Kevin Costner and James Earl Jones, made this line famous: "If you build it, they will come."

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For example, you are promoting an ad service that pays you 50% commission. You run one ad in a newsletter, another is done via your signature in posting to a business list and still another ad is exposed via FFA Link submissions.

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If you do not have access to such info from you host provider, there are many good FREE online stat services you can use.


Written by Andy Walsh

The idea of this section is for you to start to build useful links from your site. Do this for two reasons:-

1.To act as a resource to your visitors 2.You may be given a reciprocal link, which should increase your traffic.

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Think about this for a minute. Is it LA? Is it Paris? Is it Africa?

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You've written a hard-hitting police drama set in San Francisco. So, following my advice, you putrepparttar 119401 words `San Francisco' into your search engine.

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Well, in less than a second I've found 2 million links!!!

The first link I looked at was a map ofrepparttar 119402 city. Wouldn't that be great to add as a link? People can then followrepparttar 119403 action in your book.

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I trawl through a few more links then I find a site that has a series of web cams set up. Wow!

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