About neorealism
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Does anyone know how to or what plugin allows a product to be given away free, but only if potential client sends an invite to like on Facebook to 3 people? I have seen this

Me too, but that person that made me do it , was giving people a chance to receive an amazing product for free, and he now owns a piece of the Denver broncos, lol.

I've never been a huge fan of coercing people into liking my Facebook pages and it's even worse when forcing those people to send it to their Facebook friends. Some here may argue that it's okay but for me it really starts getting into the gray hat techniques that can serve to ruin your reputation. Plus you don't need it. Follow the techniques taught here and you can bypass these kinds of methods.

I don't know about that particular one that you mentioned but it would have to be a plug in. If you really want to find it I'm sure someone on the warrior forum will have it available. Please don't misconstrue this as a recommendation, however.

Best Regards,
Jim

What Social Script or Plug in is this?

What Social Script or Plug in is this?

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Does anyone know how to or what plugin allows a product to be given away free, but only if potential client sends an invite to like on Facebook to 3 people? I have seen this

Me too, but that person that made me do it , was giving people a chance to receive an amazing product for free, and he now owns a piece of the Denver broncos, lol.

I've never been a huge fan of coercing people into liking my Facebook pages and it's even worse when forcing those people to send it to their Facebook friends. Some here may argue that it's okay but for me it really starts getting into the gray hat techniques that can serve to ruin your reputation. Plus you don't need it. Follow the techniques taught here and you can bypass these kinds of methods.

I don't know about that particular one that you mentioned but it would have to be a plug in. If you really want to find it I'm sure someone on the warrior forum will have it available. Please don't misconstrue this as a recommendation, however.

Best Regards,
Jim

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Can anyone quickly let me know, if i wanted to share some valuable insight , or training tutorial would I do that on my blog?

Blog or create training resource- your choice...

How to make money on line LOL :O)

What are you looking for? (type it here

What are you looking for? (type it here

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Can anyone quickly let me know, if i wanted to share some valuable insight , or training tutorial would I do that on my blog?

Blog or create training resource- your choice...

How to make money on line LOL :O)

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What happens when you are just not interested in your site, its keyword, the look or structure and you have it half done already? Is there buyers for that?

I have the same issue , but I haven't bought a domain just yet, still 2nd guessing myself

If you own the domain name then it has 'age' as a positive attribute. The longer a site has been around - even unchanged or unloved - the better the value of that site in Google's eyes. You will be able to sell it for more than just the basic cost of the domain if it is more than a year old.

YA I THINK I WILL DITCH IT., I WONDER WHAT HAPPENS TO A SITE IF YOU DO NOTHING TO IT FOR A YEAR, AND THEN GO BACK AND FINISH IT, DOES GOOGLE, SAY THIS ISN'T A SITE THAT HE CARES ABOUT SO WHY SHOULD WE? I WONDER.

Lots of people just leave sites and then go back to them at a later stage. You can pick them up later and get them to rank once you start working on them.

YA BUT THAT WOULD BE FLIPPA IS FOR SIGHTS WITH VALUE, IM JUST NOT INTO MY SITE DIRECTION AT ALL, BUT IT IS KIND OF WORTHLESS, WITHOUT SEASONING, AND OPTIMIZATION, I DOUBT I WOULD GET ANY THING BUT THE COST OF A DOMAIN NAME FOR IT, YA KNOW.

You can auction websites at places such as Flippa http://www.flippa.com However, I'd check out their current listings and see whether you think your site in it's current state will stand a chance of selling against the competition. If not, I'd do as Diva B. suggests and ditch it. I did this with my second site, I'd listened to people who were "chasing the money" and followed suit, only afterwards realising there's nothing more boring than working daily in a niche that didn't interest me. I eventually decided it was more important for me to build a business, not a website, and that if I intended to work on it for years I should at the very least *like* the topic. :) Rich.

If you're not interested in your site in any way - I would ditch it and start again.

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What happens when you are just not interested in your site, its keyword, the look or structure and y

What happens when you are just not interested in your site, its keyword, the look or structure and y

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What happens when you are just not interested in your site, its keyword, the look or structure and you have it half done already? Is there buyers for that?

I have the same issue , but I haven't bought a domain just yet, still 2nd guessing myself

If you own the domain name then it has 'age' as a positive attribute. The longer a site has been around - even unchanged or unloved - the better the value of that site in Google's eyes. You will be able to sell it for more than just the basic cost of the domain if it is more than a year old.

YA I THINK I WILL DITCH IT., I WONDER WHAT HAPPENS TO A SITE IF YOU DO NOTHING TO IT FOR A YEAR, AND THEN GO BACK AND FINISH IT, DOES GOOGLE, SAY THIS ISN'T A SITE THAT HE CARES ABOUT SO WHY SHOULD WE? I WONDER.

Lots of people just leave sites and then go back to them at a later stage. You can pick them up later and get them to rank once you start working on them.

YA BUT THAT WOULD BE FLIPPA IS FOR SIGHTS WITH VALUE, IM JUST NOT INTO MY SITE DIRECTION AT ALL, BUT IT IS KIND OF WORTHLESS, WITHOUT SEASONING, AND OPTIMIZATION, I DOUBT I WOULD GET ANY THING BUT THE COST OF A DOMAIN NAME FOR IT, YA KNOW.

You can auction websites at places such as Flippa http://www.flippa.com However, I'd check out their current listings and see whether you think your site in it's current state will stand a chance of selling against the competition. If not, I'd do as Diva B. suggests and ditch it. I did this with my second site, I'd listened to people who were "chasing the money" and followed suit, only afterwards realising there's nothing more boring than working daily in a niche that didn't interest me. I eventually decided it was more important for me to build a business, not a website, and that if I intended to work on it for years I should at the very least *like* the topic. :) Rich.

If you're not interested in your site in any way - I would ditch it and start again.

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hello everyone, I am new, and have a quick question: Is it ok to post original cocontent to more than 1 blog if you own both of the blogs>? Or is it better to post origni

I don't think it matters due to the fact that they are your own Blogs and you are copying from yourself !

I can only find opinions nobody can offer any definitive proof, and I may call google to ask, because we will get to the bottom of this lol ! Seriously, what is googles number"?

LoL

Hi Neorealism. Yes I've seen products for posting to different blog sites at the hit of a couple of buttons. I know what you mean now. Good question.

Carson and Kyle do say from time to time that there is all this crud being sold that is a waste of money, as the people making/selling them don't really understand how things work. Especially with the latest Panda update, the way google ranks and checks web pages has changed. That may impact the effectiveness of some of the software that sends the duplicate posts out to other sites.

You obviously couldn't find the answer in the search query box above. Key in nathaniell
in the search box. His name is first I think, on the drop down list. He's pretty cluey. Send him a PM.

Hope this helps you out.

I've been premium for about 3 weeks, so I'm not an expert either. The following is what shot through my mind.

Do you mean copy and paste from one blog site or website to another - to save time and get more traffic with multiple leads? Really if your blog reads the same, I don't see how it can end up listed on different Google pages. Google will NOT like it. All search engines are clever. They have a way of scanning your material and will know if it's duplicated. As kws12 writes - NOT GOOD.

If you want people to go from one blog post to another, you could use a hyperlink. If you do decide to copy and paste, from one blog to another, you must change some of the wording around, and use completely different wording altogether throughout some of your post. You'd have to probably re-think a new page title, upload new pictures and so on. Maybe you would only change one or two key words.

By the time you're done, you'd have spent quite a bit of time changing it around. It may be better just to start re writing it again to begin with.

Maybe a more experienced member will give you the correct answer soon.

Good luck!

no Annie, I am just wondering why there is so much time spent in producing extensions and software that sells itself on the ability to post to multiple blogs and social sites at one time, like scribe and all post to wp right click extensions through chrome and firefox if google looks at it in a negative way, and so far nobody has shown me proof that is the case, so I am curious. Just Others Opinions, and that is not proof to me, ya know.

Google will view it as duplication- not good.

I am new also so I am not giving this advice out of experience in the field. But when I am looking through the web for answers to a certain question. I will often find that blogs or tutorials are recreated in many places, which tells me that one place is copying another. Most people probably will not mind, but they also may not take the time to learn that you created the original post and have put it into websites that you own.

An alternative may be to say that this post was originally created another place with a hyperlink back to your other site. I always felt that people who admitted the content was not originally posted to their website were more professional.

Hope this helps or at least gets you thinking. Good luck!

It seems odd, then why there are so many tools like scribe etc, firefox and right click extensions to post things to all of your blogs at once, like it is some kind of niche. productive blogging niche, or something, IDK

I guess i just would like some definitive information that google does in fact look at duplicate content on 2 sites you own, and are similar as being negative, and I don't actually even like my current niche, but i am just curious thanks all.

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hello everyone, I am new, and have a quick question:  Is it ok to post original cocontent to more th

hello everyone, I am new, and have a quick question: Is it ok to post original cocontent to more th

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hello everyone, I am new, and have a quick question: Is it ok to post original cocontent to more than 1 blog if you own both of the blogs>? Or is it better to post origni

I don't think it matters due to the fact that they are your own Blogs and you are copying from yourself !

I can only find opinions nobody can offer any definitive proof, and I may call google to ask, because we will get to the bottom of this lol ! Seriously, what is googles number"?

LoL

Hi Neorealism. Yes I've seen products for posting to different blog sites at the hit of a couple of buttons. I know what you mean now. Good question.

Carson and Kyle do say from time to time that there is all this crud being sold that is a waste of money, as the people making/selling them don't really understand how things work. Especially with the latest Panda update, the way google ranks and checks web pages has changed. That may impact the effectiveness of some of the software that sends the duplicate posts out to other sites.

You obviously couldn't find the answer in the search query box above. Key in nathaniell
in the search box. His name is first I think, on the drop down list. He's pretty cluey. Send him a PM.

Hope this helps you out.

I've been premium for about 3 weeks, so I'm not an expert either. The following is what shot through my mind.

Do you mean copy and paste from one blog site or website to another - to save time and get more traffic with multiple leads? Really if your blog reads the same, I don't see how it can end up listed on different Google pages. Google will NOT like it. All search engines are clever. They have a way of scanning your material and will know if it's duplicated. As kws12 writes - NOT GOOD.

If you want people to go from one blog post to another, you could use a hyperlink. If you do decide to copy and paste, from one blog to another, you must change some of the wording around, and use completely different wording altogether throughout some of your post. You'd have to probably re-think a new page title, upload new pictures and so on. Maybe you would only change one or two key words.

By the time you're done, you'd have spent quite a bit of time changing it around. It may be better just to start re writing it again to begin with.

Maybe a more experienced member will give you the correct answer soon.

Good luck!

no Annie, I am just wondering why there is so much time spent in producing extensions and software that sells itself on the ability to post to multiple blogs and social sites at one time, like scribe and all post to wp right click extensions through chrome and firefox if google looks at it in a negative way, and so far nobody has shown me proof that is the case, so I am curious. Just Others Opinions, and that is not proof to me, ya know.

Google will view it as duplication- not good.

I am new also so I am not giving this advice out of experience in the field. But when I am looking through the web for answers to a certain question. I will often find that blogs or tutorials are recreated in many places, which tells me that one place is copying another. Most people probably will not mind, but they also may not take the time to learn that you created the original post and have put it into websites that you own.

An alternative may be to say that this post was originally created another place with a hyperlink back to your other site. I always felt that people who admitted the content was not originally posted to their website were more professional.

Hope this helps or at least gets you thinking. Good luck!

It seems odd, then why there are so many tools like scribe etc, firefox and right click extensions to post things to all of your blogs at once, like it is some kind of niche. productive blogging niche, or something, IDK

I guess i just would like some definitive information that google does in fact look at duplicate content on 2 sites you own, and are similar as being negative, and I don't actually even like my current niche, but i am just curious thanks all.

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