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    #1 RyanDB


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    Posted 06 June 2016 - 04:20 PM

    Figured this would be an interesting contribution to this section, since this method is Google-free.


    Forum traffic is really targeted and from people who are incredibly passionate about the topic at hand.


    But most people use either signature links or just spam forums, which we all know isn't all that effective. At best, some people post links where it's relevant and helpful (which is a good idea, but niche forums aren't too crazy about people posting lots of links so it still comes off as spammy).


    This post uses a Traffic Planet thread from Matthew Woodward as an example, so it should be easy to follow:




    This works really well on niche forums. Most people aren't using that traffic in an intelligent manner, so the market is still pretty wide open. Haven't heard about this specific method posted anywhere else before.


    Thoughts? Any ways to make this even better?


    I've used it on a few niche (non-IM) forums and, when my threads have been helpful enough to gain traction, it's worked pretty well.



    #2 gustavowoltmann


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    Posted 20 January 2017 - 10:05 AM

    Hi Ryan,

    Have just had a read of your post, and it sounds like a really great idea. The use of forum traffic with a specific niche is something that I would really like to try. However I went to the link you posted for inboundwisdom but it's giving me a 404 error. Is this website offline or are you doing some work on the website behind the scenes? Please reply I would really like to read the article.

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