by Jayy
5 replies
hello

If you have a website, and you are talking about binary and different binary brokers out there in posts,

do you need to have any special/legal certificates in order to do this?

obviously I wouldnt be an actuall broker or whatever, just blog posts about binary

thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author deekay
    Yes, you can review binary offers on your site. Just for safer side, use affiliate disclaimer.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    If you're offering binary platform reviews, I'd seriously do some heavy lifting before doing things by the seat of my pants.

    What I mean by this is that instead of you just deciding to do yet another binary platform review site, pay attention to what's already out there.

    You have to understand that most review sites fail.

    I wish that it was otherwise, but this is the case.

    Most of these websites fail because the conflict of interest is obvious.

    They are not really giving the viewer any assurance that the review they are providing has the reader's best interest in mind.

    Not surprisingly, a lot of these review sites fail to make money.

    If I were you, I would tackle binary options from a completely different perspective.

    I would create an authority website that is composed of many different tutorials that go deeper and deeper in terms of expertise.

    The good news with this type of website is that you build trust and authority with each step you take.

    The deeper you go, and the deeper the viewer follows you, the more trust is generated.

    Eventually you reach a point where the reader of your website would automatically take your word for it.

    You're not going to get there without credible content.

    And what is credible content?

    Simple.

    It's content that says in no uncertain terms that you know what you're talking about.

    That's the bottom line.

    I would focus on glossaries, I would focus on review compilations and indexing...

    In fact, I have a system where I can get the website to write itself, and the content that's produced is highly authoritative and credible because written by third-party producers themselves.

    It really boils down to imagination and creativity.

    You have to find a way to build your own particular system establishing your authority and credibility.

    Otherwise, you'd simply play the game the same way everbody does.

    Sadly, since most other people fail, you'll probably experience the same results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Feast
    Hi, If you take a offer on any Binary program, be careful that you don't get the free offer.
    This ties your money into the progtam & you can't get your money back.
    If you do a youtube search Re: Trusted Binary Reviews this guy tell's you all about the pro's & cons of Binary Options.Totally Awesome & brilliant advise.

    I hope this helps you.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Beroff
    Originally Posted by Jayy View Post

    If you have a website, and you are talking about binary....
    All websites are about binary... modern-day computers all talk to each other using a series of 0's and 1's. So it's good that you are starting at the beginning, and working to build a solid foundation. Once you get comfortable with binary, you might want to consider moving on to ASCII.
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  • Profile picture of the author cookiesfromhome
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    Use affiliate marketing to review binary website.
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