What should I do with all my referral links?

@MichGurl (144)
United States
March 7, 2009 2:35pm CST
I posted a discussion on here about a week ago asking, "What are some good websites to earn extra money?" and received a wealth of responses with some really great websites (Thanks to everyone who replied to that, I really appreciated it!!) and I have tons of referral links that I would like to get circulated, but have no idea how without having to invest money into it. So does anyone know of a website I can create a free page on (without getting into trouble) to display all my referral links so that I can try to earn a little extra on the websites which I have joined (approximately 35-40)? The sites I have joined so far, besides MyLot are Gather, Helium, numerous "Pay To" sites, etc. Any ideas and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!! THANKS in advance to everyone who replies and my apologies in advance if I cannot comment right away as I've been extremely busy, but do come back and comment as often as possible. THANKS AGAIN!!
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@jason1308 (1587)
• France
7 Mar 09
First of all let me say Welcome to Mylot, I hope that you make plenty of friends on here, and also earn a few extra diolars as well. The easiest way I would recommend is set up a blog, they are free ones available with the likes of blogger and it's a good way to start to put them all in one place and also to write something about them as well. When you get paid by them, you can then post your payment proofs on there as well, to prove what you have said about the sites you recommend is true. Then you can promote your Blog link on your profile page here, and then refer people to look at it. Happy MyLotting
@MichGurl (144)
• United States
8 Mar 09
Hello Jason and thank you for your response! I'm still entertaining the idea of starting a blog, but have been putting it off for the time being because I've been so busy with other things. But I will look into it when I get some more time. For now, I have created my own web-page through All4Webs and it seems to be serving the purpose for the time being, and I have added that link to my profile here as well as on my profile on several other websites. So now it is just a matter of sit and wait to see what happens. Thanks again for the suggestion, I really appreciate it!
@iakulchen (615)
• Singapore
8 Mar 09
I recall that discussion of yours. If you are looking to set up your own free webpage, I would say that Hubpages and Squidoo are good places to check out. Setting up a hub(what they call a webpage there) on Hubpages is easier than Squidoo, although they do have less options for customisation. Still, if what you want is just a site for you to display your referral links, you probably won't be bothered too much by that fact. Hubpages does impose a penalty on your Hubscore(page score) if they find that you have more than 2 links to a single domain. Which isn't too much of a problem, unless you also plan to display the links of your downlines as well. The only thing that I forseen might become a problem is that your site might be flagged as being overly promotional. However, you should be able to avoid that by adding short descriptions to your links and having a good introduction at tht top of your webpage. Here's the link to my Hubpage, which is a list of links. It wasn't built with promoting referral links in mind though, although it should still be quite useful for reference. http://www.hubpages.com/_pageranks/hub/pageranks For Squidoo, they're less picky about what your lenses (what they call a webpage there)is all about. It may take longer to set up a lenses on Squidoo than Hubpages though, but other than that, I don't foresee too much of a problem. Here's my Squidoo lenses, also a list, which you can take for reference. http://www.squidoo.com/writingfulltime Alternatively, you could also set up a blog with a single entry and just put all your links in there.
@MichGurl (144)
• United States
8 Mar 09
Hello iakulchen and thanks for your response! I haven't come across the sites that you mentioned yet, but I will certainly check them out when I have a few extra minutes. I did however come across All4Webs yesterday, which I signed up with and in a matter of minutes I had my own web-page to display my referral banners on. I was actually quite impressed with how much customization they offered for a page that doesn't cost anything. If you would like to take a look at it, perhaps you could make some suggestions on how I could make the page more appealing as I didn't spend a whole lot of time on it, and you seem to know far more about it than I do. LOL! If you are interested the link is on my profile. I'm going to give it some time to see if it helps at all, but I'll start looking into blogging as many people here have suggested it, as well as the websites you mentioned. I figure it can't hurt, right!?! Thanks again and happy blogging!!
• Singapore
8 Mar 09
Took a look at your website and your web host. Have to say that you picked a good choice for your webhost. I see the obligatory link to All4webs that I would expect from a free webpage host, but it's not the big, humongous banner that some free web hosts require. Personally, I don't like having lots of banners on a webpage, preferring to use text links instead, as it was drilled into me that lots of banners = slow loading speed = forever to load for people using dial-up. But there are also webmasters who argue that banners are more visible so it's more a matter of personal preference in this case. You might want to include a guestbook or some other way for people to leave comments on your webpage though, as without descriptions of any sort, it's likely that people will have questions to ask before joining a site.
• India
8 Mar 09
you can create a blog.the procedure is that just sign a gmail account and go to blogspot.com and have a blog.else if you need a website then you should pay .
@MichGurl (144)
• United States
8 Mar 09
Hello gayathri_nugur and thank you for your response! I'm going to look into the blog thing when I get some free time. In the meantime I was able to create a web-page through All4Webs which didn't cost me anything, and I have the link to that posted on my profile. Once I get the hang of the blog, if I decide to go that route, I will come back and update the link on my profile. Thanks again and happy blogging!!
@rakesh284 (1473)
• India
8 Mar 09
For this purpose you can create a blog and put some details about the sites on which you are working and your referrer link in it. Even you can send them to some of your friends who are interested in Online Earning. Also other option is you can post your referrer link on some social networking site such as Orkut, facebook, etc. Best of luck