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Chapter 7: Some More Free Advertising Opportunities

Idea 55: Starting Your Own FFA

In the previous tip (Idea 54: Posting To FFAs), we talked about posting to FFA pages, and if you read that, you'll know that I'm a bit of a skeptic about posting to FFA pages.

Hosting an FFA page is slightly different (although I'm personally still skeptical).

The reason for hosting an FFA page is that you get to send (automatically of course) an Email acknowledgement (containing your Ad) to everybody who posts to your page.

Of course, many people posting to FFA pages (including yours) probably don't want these acknowledgements, and do their best to avoid reading them... ...And if auto-submitting to a lot of FFA pages are probably getting masses of acknowledgements (meaning your Email could be buried in a pile of thousands) ...Additionally many of the people posting to these pages are likely to be themselves webmasters or opportunity seekers, and even if they read your message may not be interested at all (unless it happens to be a product that appeals to this audience).

One final point: if you intend to host an FFA page on your own web site (as opposed to using a remotely hosted service), be sure to check with your web host. Some web hosts may not like FFA scripts because they can consume a lot of server resources, especially once discovered by auto-submitters.

If do decide to start an FFA page, I'd suggest that you use a tracking link (for example, by using Click/Counter TrackerExclusive! Only available from Answers 2000 Limited) in your email ads, that way you'll know what, if any, results they are producing.

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