What Big NO-NO That Some Pinoy Bloggers Do

I have been blogging not so long ago, although I have been working closely with an Internet Marketing expert out there that’s been blogging for more than 3 years now, T. He mentioned to me that there are tons of What Big NO-NO That Some Pinoy Bloggers Do . And I noticed that too. So, I thought I should write about What Big NO-NO That Some Pinoy Bloggers Do, so they won’t fall behind the blogosphere.

Hommies, did you read the Terms & Conditions of the Affiliate Programs that you joined? If so, you are aware that there are some stuff they want you to do and not to do, to avoid click fraud. They have reasons why they do that, and you agreed to follow. Adsense, Bidvertiser, and Infolinks are just few of them that can generate you good income. Don’t spoil their trust.

Yet, What Big NO-NO That Some Pinoy Bloggers Do? Do not ask people to click your PPC ads!!! You’ll gonna get done for it, it’s a form of click fraud. I’ve seen blogs there that even create a banner for ad click exchange which is really absurd if you ask me.

Be honest and more Professional. When you agreed to something, mean it! No one succeed in a long run for fraud. I would rather earn little by little from an honest and professional way than committing fraud. Don’t loose your Integrity and Honesty. You are in marketing world, What Big NO-NO That Some Pinoy Bloggers Do that you practice won’t help you, it would rather BREAK you.

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Lyndsay is the mind behind this fashion blog, she also blogs about her travels on Discount Travel Blogger giving tips on how to explore the world as cheap as possible. She has earned units in Masters in Psychology, designs websites and graphics, online marketer, YouTuberand a singer by heart.

2 comments

  1. “I would rather earn little by little from an honest and professional way than committing fraud”

    I love that sentence..cool.

  2. Thanks zorro! Yeah, it might be hardwork when we’re starting those PPC programs, but it’s worth the wait rather than earning without honesty.

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