Search Click and Engage Without Expensive Software

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One of the popular topics the last year with SEO has been around the idea of Crowd Sourcing.

In a nutshell, it's the idea of increasing your clicks and engagement to your website in an effort to boost Search Results.

So, you'd hire people to search for your keywords, then find your website, click on it and browse for a few minutes to increase the time on site and click through.

Now, just to be straight with you -I've used this technique for the last 2 – 3 years with mixed results…

Some sites increased after I employed this method, while others did nothing.

And now, there's a lot of software that supposedly does this for you.

In the video below, I'll show you a way to do this for a fraction of the cost of any software and get real human eyeballs instead of relying on software.

Also, you can use this same method to get real views, likes, and comments to your Youtube videos.

So here are the steps…

  1. Setup the campaign at MicroWorkers
  2. Be specific with your instructions and tell them to click on your website
  3. Tell them where to click through and list the first word on the clicked through page for confirmation or use a delayed popup with a code – this will keep them on your page for longer which increasing the time on site metrics.
  4. Release funds on completion of task.

The one thing I'd keep in mind is your search volume to make sure everything looks natural.

So say the estimated searches is 500 per month.

It would be silly to send 5000 clicks to this – it just doesn't look natural.

Again, the website mentioned in the video is http://microworkers.com

And if you're not a member of Fight Club, join here – it's Free.

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About the Author Derek Pierce

Derek Pierce is an online marketer specializing in Search Engine Optimization. He used his SEO to escape over $100,000 in credit card debt building a 6 figure business from a spare bedroom.

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