While this concept sounds absolutely absurd, but it turns out it is actually possible! A service called po.st offers share buttons that you can integrate into your blog or website. The awesome thing about this service is that when someone shares via these buttons, the confirmation box displays an advert that generates revenue. Also, these share buttons are not for unknown networks, but for the popular ones like Twitter, Facebook, Stumbleupon, Google+, etc.
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B-WebHost seems to be a web hosting company that is new on the scene. I was lucky enough to get in contact with the owner and have the opportunity of being able to test the service for free. I have tested the service for a total of 3 weeks now, and I have decided to prepare this review. Also with my review, I’ll provide another resource that has reviews of their service.
Most of the time I build my links manually via comments, guest posts and forums. But on occasion I use some automated services that are on SEOClerks. A common misconception is that automated services usually set you in line for a Google ban hammer, but I have to disagree. I disagree, because there are many cases where people build a huge amount of automated links a day and still have great rankings and no warnings from Google. Building automated links is like drinking alcohol, you have to do it responsibly. Ordering an occasional service for Edu Links, blog comments, or a link pyramid usually offers no problem between you and Google.
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Within SEO and Link Building there has always been that theory of does social networking really help at all and is it worth your time as a webmaster to devote your time to using these social websites to promote your website. In all honesty it’s really up to you as the administrator to deem whether Social Networking will aid your website in any way. There has been research stating it both working and not working for various niches and fields. As a fellow webmaster and SEO enthusiast I’d like to think I’ve done a fair amount of research personally and I can honestly say that both theories are correct.