Discussion in 'Making Money' started by W White, Apr 9, 2019.
you probaly will be banned if you spam the links lol
I don't feel like the method is even worth it. You might make some money, But then what. This method is about as short term as it gets .You'd be better off using reddit to grow a YouTube channel
I was trying to make a campaign for this on snapchat ads, but they are strict as hell and give zero feedback
Would you still revert it to your Twitter account or a landing page? I'm assuming the direct link would get you banned?
Thanks works well
Reddit traffic is pretty hard to convince. Many commented like this and you're saying you made $300? HOW is that even possible
Reddit users really scrutinize links, I'll try this out on a couple other forums I know and see if they're a profitable audience.
Now this method is going to be saturated i think!
it already is
That means you got computer savy nerds in that the subreddit.Try another subreddit.Its hard to sell products to nerds because they are too fucking logical.
A tip is to write a related comment under, wait a while and edit in a link stealthily. less views but maybe bigger chance over time and safer.
love this method.can't wait to test it
I have fanpage with 260k followers. Does it work ?
Reddit doesnt work? Move to FB groups.
Fb groups can be quite a gold mine
Thanks OP, very interesting method will try ++
Trying this out now with a few tracking links along the way in hopes that I can add a bit to this thread in the future! Any subreddit suggestions? I am trying /r/Freebies, but who knows how long the link will stay up. I'll add a reply when I gather some link tracking information.
Assuming you could find a product on ClickBank in your niche, it would likely convert pretty well on your page. I would gauge your followers' responses to see if they think it is too spammy. If it seems to have a high engagement and few comments that are saying that it's spammy or a scam, this method will likely be a success on your page!
Nice gonna try immediately thnx bro
wow, great idea mate, thanks for getting this to us
This method only works with US
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