The other day I was in a popular marketing forum and there was a fascinating discussion about Reverse Phone Lookup Answers. The original post was written by a frustrated blogger who was trying to drive traffic to his blog through reverse phone lookup Answers. His efforts were a complete failure and he complained that reverse phone lookup's program was a complete waste of time.
There was about a dozen or so responses from other forum members. Most agreed with the original poster and said he was wasting his time trying to make it work. A couple of people actually tried to help him and figure out what he was doing wrong.
I knew exactly what he was doing wrong so I asked him a simple question: "When you leave an answer on the site and leave your link as a resource, do you give them a reason to click on your link?"
It's a really simple concept but so many people fail to grasp it. You can't just drop your link at the end of your answer and expect a flood of people to come rushing to your site. You've got to give them a reason to click that link.
How can you convince people to click through to your site? Well it will depend a little on your niche and type of site so you'll have to see what works best for you. But I'm going to share with an idea that I've seen successfully implemented over and over again on reverse phone lookup Answers.
First spend a little time reading through the different categories related to your site and see what kind of questions are being asked. What you're doing here is looking for questions that get asked over and over again. If people keep asking the same question that means there's a need out there that is not being met elsewhere.
Next, you are going to write up a short report on the topic that answers the very question that everyone is asking about. Don't worry, it doesn't have to be a long fancy report. A few pages is really all you need because as long as it answers the question people will see value in it.
Then the next time you answer a question on reverse phone lookup Answers, you can tease them with the short version and then tell them they can download a free report on the topic at the link in your resource box.