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Forum promotion for your SEOClerks affiliate links

Have you been able to advertise your SEOClerks affiliate link via forum signature on other sites? Just wondering as some forums have a policy against affiliate links. If so, how did you work around the affiliate link rule?

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Sean101

I have my affiliate link in quite a few of my forum signatures, I have had a not bad amount of affiliates from those signature links, so i back the method of signature advertising for your SEO Clerks affiliate links. These are all Text Link, i don't really use the banners that must except on my own websites. Forum promotion for your SEOClerks affiliate links Be sure to add your Ref tags to the forum signatures to get extra info about your new affiliate's source. Forum promotion for your SEOClerks affiliate links




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sunil0021

I'm only working at SEOClerks forum and i have account at digital point but not using that website much, problem is i don't like their theme :/

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Sean101

I'm only working at SEOClerks forum and i have account at digital point but not using that website much, problem is i don't like their theme :/

- Sunil Bishnoi

Digital Point's rules are far too strict, they give warnings out for replying on a thread someone helped you in to say thanks to them for the help. I was posting as normal as I also do on all forums and just kept picking up warnings. Their forum is very active and I do like the theme, but I cant post freely on it anymore with constantly checking my posts for every single little infringement as it will be dealt with do the letter regardless. I have 1 warning point left until I get banned and have done nothing bad at all.




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sunil0021

Digital Point's rules are far too strict, they give warnings out for replying on a thread someone helped you in to say thanks to them for the help. I was posting as normal as I also do on all forums and just kept picking up warnings. Their forum is very active and I do like the theme, but I cant post freely on it anymore with constantly checking my posts for every single little infringement as it will be dealt with do the letter regardless. I have 1 warning point left until I get banned and have done nothing bad at all.

Same here, few days ago i posted one thread and got warning "Posted in wrong section - next case result in BAN" i have done nothing bad. No, i don't like their theme that much but it's ok.




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Sean101

Yeah, things that are just simple mistakes that anyone can do (even the most rule abiding member) and it gets warnings. I understand about them being strict with their No Exchanging Likes rules, but when it comes to posting a thread I the wrong section (especially when they have loads of sections) or thanking someone should not e dealt with so strictly. Forum promotion for your SEOClerks affiliate links




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sunil0021

Yeah, things that are just simple mistakes that anyone can do (even the most rule abiding member) and it gets warnings. I understand about them being strict with their No Exchanging Likes rules, but when it comes to posting a thread I the wrong section (especially when they have loads of sections) or thanking someone should not e dealt with so strictly. Forum promotion for your SEOClerks affiliate links

Lol when i first tried to post a thread there i feel confused where to post that Forum promotion for your SEOClerks affiliate links and just after posting that into affiliate section i got a warning! But they have too many sections and quiet similar to each other.

- Sunil Bishnoi




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hitmeasap

I don't use my affiliate link in signatures. It's too "dangerous" to gamble. You could however, link to your own blog/site and have your affiliate links on your own site instead. That's not against the rules on any forums I've seen, but it's not as good either.


About digitalpoint... I had my account more than a year. I had about 500 posts or something which was helpful and I think they were contributing. One day, I got banned. 3 whole months, for nothing. The reason was "spam" ... I eagerly waited for these 3 months to pass and when I finally logged in again, after these 3 months, I got a permanent ban as a welcome gift, without doing a thing. I've never visited that forum again and I never will.

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ultimate

I put link to my affiliate site instead of pasting the direct affiliate link.
No affiliate link, forum admin happy. You get visitors, you happy. Forum promotion for your SEOClerks affiliate links




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