One of the biggest questions is 'how do I get referrals?'.
There are many many ways to go about gaining referrals.
I posted a topic A few tips for building your ClixSense | ClixSense Forum
a long time ago and it's a good way to aid in gaining referrals.
It's a prerogative, in that some people will do what it takes and some people won't.
Here I go sounding pretentious but I have worked online a long time and made nothing
short of a small fortune. When I want referrals, I go and get them. There's a lot of
ways I go about that and it is also dependent upon what I intend to promote.
Therefore, if you are up to it and you're struggling to gain referrals, one way is to
write for them.
Here's an example:
The Dog That Wouldn't Eat
At almost 60 years old, I purchased my first dog. It wasn't that I never had dogs
before. A doberman puppy entered my yard one day in 1987 and there he stayed
until his demise some ten years later. Yes, it was a long time coming that I came
across the perfect house pet, a four pound maltese.
The problems ensued when I realized my new four pound pet, had no desire for
eating, or so it seemed. I purchased a large variety of dog foods over the course
of several weeks before I realized, my dog simply will not eat dog food. It
didn't matter if it was the best dry dog food or the best can dog food, he refused
Fortunately, the solution for my dog, and myself, did arrive. Purchasing whole
About the Author:
Valerie...... has several of her own special dog food recipes that you will find
located at her website....... http://.....
The above is an example.
Find the Newsletter. Discover the Problem. Find the Answer.
Write: Define the Problem and Offer the Solution and make sure your title fits the content.
If you don't have a website, what do you put?
You put your ClixSense referral url and for the article above:
Valerie.... has learned how to get all of her pet expenses paid simply by using a free
online program http://.....my tiny url
So what is the glory to all this?
Well, a lot of glory and a variety of it. Many article websites will place the articles on their
website....which in turn is spidered by the engines and before you know it, your article and
link is every where. Also, same goes for Ezines and Newsletters in that many publishers
list their weekly/monthly/etc publications on their website. So, not only is your article often
emailed out to thousands of people, it is also listed directly on the website.
It's work but it's free and it can be very rewarding.
Some additional hints are:
NEVER mis-spell words. Use a spell checker.
ALWAYS make your article at least 3 sentences to a paragraph and 3 paragraph's.
NEVER make a long drawn out article......otherwise, it becomes a story and you stand to lose interest.
TRY to stick to what you know. If you don't know, do your research before writing the article.