Ways to promote your referral links?!

United States
April 6, 2009 5:01am CST
Do you know of affective ways to promote your referral links or places where you can post your links for free? I know making a blog and blogging about your referral/affiliate programs is a good way to get referrals, and traffic exchange sites are another good way. I've seen and heard about people being able to get hundreds of referrals a day :0, how do they do that? {without cheating}
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@Toonboy (13)
• Singapore
6 Apr 09
Blogger seems to be very easy to use . I just started one a few days back . I had also make a few Squidoo Lens and they are quite good in getting visitors. I made this one a few weeks ago and it is sending me visitors every day .http://www.squidoo.com/Funny-Cartoon-Cat-Poems
• United States
7 Apr 09
Squidoo Lens, never heard of it, I'll have to check it out sounds like a good idea, thanks!!
• Philippines
6 Apr 09
I doubt that you can make 100 referrals a day without cheating. It's very impossible unless you offer money to someone just to get him/her sign up to your program. It's really hard to get referrals. You will really spend a lot of time in internet, as in quality time.
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@asweetie (1188)
• India
6 Apr 09
well to be frank it is not possible to get 100s and 100s of referral on anysite and anyone who says that he can do it in a day is either a liar or runs a site like yahoo. I think you should stick with the traffic exchange if ur not a member of anysite i would be happy to provide u with one link of traffic exchange
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@manjulak (120)
• India
6 Apr 09
Put your links in blog commenting.
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@jjstream (313)
• United States
6 Apr 09
I have three sites that do this sort of thing. I have gotten many referrals from those sites and for the past few months that I have joined these sites. If you're interested, just add me as a friend and I will provide you with the links.
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• United States
7 Apr 09
Okay, sounds great. I sent you a request, looking forward to your reply. Thanks for your responce!
• United States
7 Apr 09
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