How do you promote your programs???

United States
December 28, 2007 11:37am CST
I am not asking for links so please don't post ok. I am just wondering what everyone chooses to use to promote their Paid To programs and such. Right now I am promoting Yuwie and I do the traffic exchanges and the advertising on paid to click sites. Then I stepped it up a bit and made buisness cards. Now my hubby is sporting a Yuwie promotion sticker on the back of his truck :) So what do you use and how are those things working out for you?
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@byfaithonly (10716)
• United States
28 Dec 07
I too use traffic exchanges and although not great have over the years gotten some referrals from them but I think where I've gotten the most is from my blog. Afraid I haven't been consistantly writing to them lately but when I do good wording and informative information on programs seems to get people's attention.
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• United States
29 Dec 07
That is true my friend,I have two blogs,one is just about my experiences with the programs I use to make money,and the other is solely for yuwie,what it is about and how to get into using it just like a other social site.
• United States
28 Dec 07
Having a number of different venues to either earn income or just serve information, I have found creative marketing to be the best choice. When I say creative marketing, I mean using my computer to its full advantage. I learned html (hyper text markup language) which serves embeds, graphics, image source coding, text and of course url (uniform resource locator) enhancement. I have flyers, brochures, business cards and also a domain that has served a purpose of 'engaging communication between spirit, mind & body improvement' which grants some income and plenty of contacts looking to improve some facet of their life. It has been an exciting and not so exciting avenue to create residual income as a 'netrepreneur'. I am also a published writer and have a second book awaiting a reliable and honest literary agent to present it. I was raked over the coals by one woman who claimed she could provide a salary plus commission working in an organization, that I found later, was not legitimate in their products, services or promises. I was duped but I sure learned alot ! Are you happy with Yuwie ? I heard about it but never went forward in using the service. I am at Associated Content, myLot, mySpace, Live Journal, Blogger, yahoo 360, a few MSN groups, a dozen or so Yahoo groups, my domain, and am part of several affiliate programs. Best of luck to you and kit, sharing the light and happy holidays, Miss Erica Hidvegi, the Enlightenment_Advisor, B.A. Psych/M.A. Transpersonal Studies- Cnslng/Author, Artist, Photographer, Entrepreneur & Freelance extraordinaire
• United States
29 Dec 07
Wow you sure have alot of great qualities about you. And you are right,knowing what you know sure does help. And yes I love Yuwie,for me I don't just look at it from the stand point of a place to make money but also a great place to met people who enjoy the same things I do,it is kinda like mylot in that respect,but some people give up on yuwie and then talk bad about them,my thing is,if you really enjoy a program no matter what it might be you have to stick with it,and then some people don't care for yuwie because having a big active downline is the key.
@StereoDiva (2143)
• Canada
28 Dec 07
For me it's posting in forums, driving traffic to my blog, swapping links, using getref and starreferrals. I tried doing posters, etc, but that didn't work for me. I hope your hubby's truck brings you much success. LOL :)
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• United States
28 Dec 07
thanks yea I use getref too and so far it has worked pretty well,but sometimes you get those people who just won't do it ya know.