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Guinea Pigs Wanted For Free Trials

Discussion in 'General Webmaster Helpdesk' started by PaulExo, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. PaulExo

    PaulExo New Member Webmaster

    I am looking for any forum owners wanting to volunteer for trials I am running in traffic building using the power of Facebook.

    It would be completely 100% free to participate and will involve my project directly advertising your website to as many of the 300 million Facebook members as possible, and where possible trying to attract a similar target audience to what your site is focused on. So for example, if you have a Twilight forum, we would attempt to target a Twilight audience for you where possible.

    I am interested in working with forums with 20+ active members, with the more active members the better.

    It doesn't particularly matter what the forum subject matter is, whether its a focused group or a general discussion forum, but obviously the more niche it is the harder it becomes to really target the correct target market on Facebook, but that can be discussed if we agree to help your site as part of the trials.

    Early trials on forums with 5 - 10 active members have seen an increase in traffic and signups that were roughly double what they expected, but I am more interested in what larger forums can do to get a better result and unfortunately I am struggling to get sites with more than 10 active members to trial it.

    Anyway, for more information or if you are interested in being a Guinea Pig for the first larger trials then please do PM me, although if for any reason I receive a large number of people interested then there may be a wait before I can work with you.
  2. VPSWebServer.

    VPSWebServer. New Member Webmaster

    Hello, Hope you do not employ black hat method, then it must be very fine webmasters to work with you. But yeah, you must look if you could make more post count and ask for any diplomacy,.

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