Social bookmarking demon can be used for many reasons. My personal favorite is to use it for it abilities to have conversations, but if you have an online website, there is a lot more you can do with it. Whenever you contribute to a social bookmarking community, you get an opportunity to link to a page of your own, thereby increasing your inbound traffic and earning you higher positions in the results of all the major search engines.
I’ve seen lots of softwares out and around on the internet which claim to do this. I’d been curious for a while now if these actually did what they claimed, and if so, whether the end product was worthwhile for most users.
As any company trying to conduct business on the web is aware, search engine optimization and other sources of inbound traffic are getting harder to reliably attain. The idea of a software-based solution, then, would surely catch a good deal of interest.
There are so many steps to do this work by hand. First you have to sign up, then confirm the account by email, get the link, paste it in the correct field, type in your description and finally submit.
If you’re doing this on 20 sites, 50 sites, or 100 sites you’re looking at 8 – 12 hours work to do this manually depending on how fast you type.
Before I buy any of this software, I wanted some questions answered.
But will this software actually get rid of my problems, or will it cause more problems?
Is there a way this would work? And if so how?
Does the software create actual bookmarks that are visible to other users on the bookmarking site?
Once I make the post, will it eventually become part of the publicly-accessible site, word-for-word and with embedded hyperlinks intact?
Many questions were dancing in my brain and perhaps they are waltzing through your thoughts at this very moment.
It’s an intriguing possibility but the potential for spam was high. People were telling me about a software they were using in a particular way to be natural and avoid any look, hint or whiff of spam. Thus avoiding the Google slapdown.
I was getting scared now and didn’t know what to believe. I had the joy of speaking with a couple of trained and superb marketers. They informed me of a software that they had discovered. It seemed to be working well and barely collected any junk mail.
It was back to square one, which was thrilling in a way, but it was tainted with the lingering fear of whether or not this was my best option. I was riding I thinking all systems are go but there was this nagging feeling almost like a little voice inside wondering whether I could piece together the sketchy details and apply the formula correctly so everything looked natural.
After a couple days I decided to take the plunge and just do it by picking up bookmarking demon.