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Brand Building & how I attract new eyeballs to my clients businesses.



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Brand Building & how I attract new eyeballs to my clients businesses.

My Brand building business.

My main business is brand building and I've been doing it for years already. It easy but it requires tons of effort, time and it's extremely frustrating at times. - That being said, I took one thing most of us are doing on a regular basis for free, and turned it in to a full time business.

I'm talking about Forum Posting.
In this day and age, most of us are active on social medias, forums or in the community discussions on SEOClerks or any other ionicware owned site. We help each other. We answer questions and we provide information.

It all started a few years ago, when I was tired of wasting time on providing social media signals for nickels and dimes. I wanted to do something else and I was looking for another option. I was looking for a genuine business where I would be able to provide my clients with a better service. Something that I had never offered anyone before and it turned out to be a terrific service, even though it was a huge hassle for starters, and still is today.

I tried to provide people with forum posts, but how would I be able to present such a service, and charge "a lot" for it, compared to other similar services?

If you want to hear more about it, make sure to read the part 2.


You have probably already read Mike's post here:
Have you ever run a forum posting service are they still profitable? and if you haven't read it yet, make sure you do. This article is somewhat inspired by his topic, even though I had planned to create this topic earlier. - Thanks for the read Mike.

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Lynne

Oh this is looking interesting Andre! I am always looking for new ways to grow my audience and I read that post that Mike posted...



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hitmeasap

Thank you Lynne, I appreciate it, and yeah. Mike gave me the last nudge of inspiration I needed to finally decide to share everything about my main business. - I had thoughts of doing it previously, actually as far as 2 months back or so, but I never did. - So Mike totally deserves the appreciation! Brand Building & how I attract new eyeballs to my clients businesses.



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Cristian

Forum posting is actually the simplest task you can be paid only for. I mean with proper research you can create content for any niche. The only problem is the earnings, forum posting is a low-paid online service and you need to find the right buyers, willing to pay a lot more for proper research and unique quality content.
When you find those clients, don't let them go! Keep your deliver quality up and make sure you are in for the long term.



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hitmeasap

Hey Cristian!
I definitely agree with you. Forum posts are easy to do and something you can offer for a low cost. However, I didn't offer "forum posting" in the same way as others did. I didn't create posts in their own forums or anything like that. I helped them to build their brand, their credibility and their reputation. And I helped them to gain exposure by simple, yet effective tasks. - And that's also the reason I've been able to charge more for my services than other forum posting services out there. - Although it's been a tricky journey with a tons of bumps along the way.



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DenisP

"The only problem is the earnings, forum posting is a low-paid online service and you need to find the right buyers,…"

As someone who does paid forum posting to earn some extra spending money, I absolutely have to agree with this. I can definitely say that sometimes the work-to-pay ratio is absolutely bonkers. This is especially true concerning writing about topics that I don't really have experience with. There are certain topics that I'd say I'm qualified to talk about, so when a forum pops up on that topic, it's really no big deal for me to quickly churn out some quality posts. But when I have to get research and stuff involved, it really doesn't pay as well anymore.



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