Yes I just had to do it. I realized that I wasn’t ranking well, at all, for “review” or “reviews” in all of my pages for the different rev share programs.
This needed to be changed. The #1 thing, it seems, that people type in when looking at a new program is “****** reviews” and “******* review”
Here is my review section for all rev share sites that I want to write about.
Lets pretend the program I am looking to rank for is FutureNet/ Future Ad Pro.
So people will go to Google, or any search engine and type in “Future Net review“, “Future Net reviews“, “Future Ad Pro review” or “Future Ad Pro reviews“.
Any affiliate who can get THEIR website to appear at the top of that 1st result page will automatically get traffic to their site.. and referrals.
I’m choosing to get my pages up there for each program. I’m putting a concentrated effort into making this a reality because I feel there is way too much traffic and referrals that I’m missing out on.
The same concept applies to any revshare program that i want to refer people to. This is easy. It simply means I’ll be creating a new page for each of these programs.
Doing this will drive more people to my website where they can join any rev share program and get 100% RCB on their first ad pack purchase (from their sponsor).
“I am absolutely loving CI and have put a lot of time and effort into it, I have every faith in the program and try to always stay positive. But i have a question that i feel lots of other people may be afraid to ask and in the interest of transparency feel it needs to be answered. In light of what is happening with Trafficmonsoon which is a rev share company can anyone high up tell us how CI is any different and is the same thing likely to happen to us?. Sorry to ask this but i feel it is something that needs to be answered to put peoples mind at rest.” – Roger
“I understand you concern but I feel I have answered this question many times. We have corporate advert accounts that bring revenue in. TM did not and that is why they were flagged as a PONZI scheme by the SEC. Our funds are kept in offline secure wallets and no person with the company has the power to remotely access and transfer funds without the proper details of the respective member to whom the funds must be delivered, thereby leaving a clear digital footprint. Bottom line is, no one is getting their hands on our members money and not all our money comes from our members.” – Tara #100%Legitrevshare