Reseller hosting has fast become a popular means of making money online for many. If you are just starting out, though, it can prove to be an intimidating market to try and get into. The intimidation factor comes from the simple fact that a lot of people who are interested in starting in this business normally are not sure how to go about it. With the tips that follow, the feeling of intimidation should recede accordingly.
If you buy several e-books and find that they are misleading or contain information that goes nowhere and doesn’t resolve your problems – give them back!
Submit your company to the local Chamber of Commerce – Most Chambers of Commerce websites contain a directory of all the businesses in the local area with links to the websites of those businesses.
When you begin building your list of contacts, customers and followers, these people are doing so based on the information that you are providing. If you are talking about wildly different venues you are going to bore some of the cheap panel people A LOT of the time AND a lot of the people SOME of the time! As your audience and expertise grows, don’t be afraid to branch out to complimentary areas and niches.
Firstly, let us look at the virtual account. Now you can pack a lot of this type of accounts on one big dedicated server. That is what ninety percent of the internet is made off, what is sometimes referred to as shared hosting accounts. These are the cheap ones that you find readily available at most companies online.
Local news outlets – If your business is based in Los Angeles, you’re probably not going to make into the LA Times, but if you are in West LA, you stand a good chance of getting a link from the Argonaut. Find the local news source in your community. Is your company planning a big community service event? Invite a reporter! Did you just release an awesome new website?! Let them know how your business is growing. Get that link!
You can also do paid ads on social media sites such as YouTube or Facebook. Doing PPC advertising is a much better way to control the amount of traffic you get than it is to strictly rely on search engine optimization and hope Google doesn’t alter the rankings one day and your traffic disappears.
The above list is just a few of the possible ways to build links. Get creative! Be active in the web community and your local community, build relationships with others working in your field and the links will start to build up naturally.