FREE Traffic Strategy - Document Sharing Sites

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I know most people in this internet marketing game always struggles to get traffic to your website, if you are struggling please do this strategy on a daily basis this works and can get you leads & sales.

The Document Sharing Site Strategy:


1. The First thing you need is articles to do with your niche, so if you are for example doing the make money online niche then you would write articles on traffic, blogging Etc.

2. Once you have written your article you need to make sure you have a call to action in the middle and bottom of your article. Also add pictures to your articles linking back to your capture page/sales page.

3. The third step is you need to turn this article into a PDF document. Once you have done this you need to upload your PDF article to the top document sharing sites which are below.
1. scribd.com
2. docstoc.com
3. slideshare.net
4. crocodoc.com
5. Issuu.com
6. docshare.com
7. wepapers.com
8. myplick.com
9. powershow.com
10. slidesix.com
11.
empressr.com
12. filesave.me
13. fileden.com
14. wikiupload.com
15. slingfile.com
16. zippyshare.com
17. filesend.ca
18. adrive.com
19. sharesend.com
20. smashingapps.com

You want to sign up to most of these document sharing sites to get better results. I personally use Slideshare and Docstoc so start with these 2 first and get started right away.

I hope this helped, to your online success
Louis Betts
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  • Profile picture of the author zimzalabim
    Doc sharing sites are great to use in this way. Would recommend anyone builds it in to their traffic strategies.
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  • Profile picture of the author mydream247
    I thought PDF docs no longer rank due to the recent changes to doc sharing sites like slideshare since you are no longer allowed to add clickable links in the descriptions, Is this not true?

    Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Teravel
      Originally Posted by mydream247 View Post

      I thought PDF docs no longer rank due to the recent changes to doc sharing sites like slideshare since you are no longer allowed to add clickable links in the descriptions, Is this not true?

      Thanks
      You're looking at this as a way to get better rankings on Search Engines...

      Many of these websites have massive followings. Many of these sites have Thousands of daily users, all searching for something new to learn. These are the people that will find your documents, click your links, and even share your documents with their friends.

      Why would you put your focus into Search Engines instead of focusing on the People you actually want to get to your website?

      3. The third step is you need to turn this article into a PDF document. Once you have done this you need to upload your PDF article to the top document sharing sites which are below.
      PDF filetype isn't required on many of the sites you listed. Docstock prefers .doc files from using OpenOffice or Microshaft Office. Slideshare prefers .ppt (powerpoint) files.

      Before using these websites, look around and take note of what types of formats successful people are already using. If you don't know how to make a certain filetype, google it or come here and ask.

      Also, be sure to read each sites ToS about linking. You don't want to waste time or money posting loads of content, only to get kicked for not following the rules.
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      • Profile picture of the author IMProductReviews
        Originally Posted by Teravel View Post

        You're looking at this as a way to get better rankings on Search Engines...

        Many of these websites have massive followings. Many of these sites have Thousands of daily users, all searching for something new to learn. These are the people that will find your documents, click your links, and even share your documents with their friends.

        Why would you put your focus into Search Engines instead of focusing on the People you actually want to get to your website?

        PDF filetype isn't required on many of the sites you listed. Docstock prefers .doc files from using OpenOffice or Microshaft Office. Slideshare prefers .ppt (powerpoint) files.

        Before using these websites, look around and take note of what types of formats successful people are already using. If you don't know how to make a certain filetype, google it or come here and ask.

        Also, be sure to read each sites ToS about linking. You don't want to waste time or money posting loads of content, only to get kicked for not following the rules.
        What did I do wrong??
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    • Profile picture of the author IMProductReviews
      Originally Posted by mydream247 View Post

      I thought PDF docs no longer rank due to the recent changes to doc sharing sites like slideshare since you are no longer allowed to add clickable links in the descriptions, Is this not true?

      Thanks
      Hi there, thats true you cant have clickable links in the description but add the actual url and put a call to action in the description below the document.

      Thanks
      Louis
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I like creating MS Powerpoint slides as opposed to PDF documents... gets me more exposure for my link/website.
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    • Profile picture of the author JRJWrites
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      I like creating MS Powerpoint slides as opposed to PDF documents... gets me more exposure for my link/website.
      I'm gonna start using that content strategy somebody mentioned a while back.

      1. Write the article - post on blog.
      2. Wait to get indexed, post on EZA.
      3. Create basic powerpoint, upload to SlideShare.
      4. Use the powerpoint and screen recorder prog, add audio, upload to YT.

      Sounds a little bit like what you're doing? Do you upload to YT at all?

      Regards,
      JR John
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      • Profile picture of the author IMProductReviews
        Originally Posted by jrjohn View Post

        I'm gonna start using that content strategy somebody mentioned a while back.

        1. Write the article - post on blog.
        2. Wait to get indexed, post on EZA.
        3. Create basic powerpoint, upload to SlideShare.
        4. Use the powerpoint and screen recorder prog, add audio, upload to YT.

        Sounds a little bit like what you're doing? Do you upload to YT at all?

        Regards,
        JR John
        Hi JR John

        I dont upload it to youtube, how do you add audio to it then

        Thanks
        Louis
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        • Profile picture of the author Ethan Chong
          Originally Posted by IMProductReviews View Post

          Hi JR John

          I dont upload it to youtube, how do you add audio to it then

          Thanks
          Louis
          If you have got Microsoft Office 2010 and above, you should be able to see that there's a function that allows you to record the Presentation into video with you speaking into it.

          After you recorded the video with custom timing for each slides (normally dependent on your number of words on each slides), you can just upload it to YT.

          It's that simple!

          Best Regards,
          Ethan
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      • Profile picture of the author MelvinP
        Originally Posted by jrjohn View Post

        I'm gonna start using that content strategy somebody mentioned a while back.

        1. Write the article - post on blog.
        2. Wait to get indexed, post on EZA.
        3. Create basic powerpoint, upload to SlideShare.
        4. Use the powerpoint and screen recorder prog, add audio, upload to YT.

        Sounds a little bit like what you're doing? Do you upload to YT at all?

        Regards,
        JR John
        Thanks for sharing such a great information and step by step report...
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  • Profile picture of the author mydream247
    Thanks, I saw an post on another thread where same question came up regarding clickable links.

    Clickable links in Slideshare do work, but they do not work on the first 3 pages of a document. So if you create just a single or 3 pages document and put in a link in there, then it will not work. Links become clickable when they are inserted beginning on page 4 of a document. So for now it is better to upload a document that has a minimum of 4 pages so that on the fourth page you can put a link in it and on wards to the other remaining pages following the page 4!
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  • Profile picture of the author markos86
    Thanks for your post, yes doc sharing still have there power, it's one of my ways when it comes to rank a strong keywords.
    You may also add those doc sharing site to your list : Home - Edocviews - Document Sharing Site , HOME - DOCUMENT SHARING
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    • Profile picture of the author IMProductReviews
      Originally Posted by markos86 View Post

      Thanks for your post, yes doc sharing still have there power, it's one of my ways when it comes to rank a strong keywords.
      You may also add those doc sharing site to your list : Home - Edocviews - Document Sharing Site , HOME - DOCUMENT SHARING
      Ok thanks marko86 will have a look
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  • Profile picture of the author veekay31
    Slideshare still ranks well on google and good quality article / slides do get a lot of views. However, I don't get many visitors to my website from slideshare. BTW I have my link / call to action on all slides starting from slide 4 to the last. The click through rate to my website is very low. I've tried various call to actions, but very little improvement in click through rate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    This works. I posted some articles to scribd, docstoc, and slideshare months ago and I still get visitors from those sites now and then.
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  • Profile picture of the author sanusense
    I usually use Docstoc,Slideshare and Scribd. Not just traffic they can put your content into #1 spot on Google. I have seen several sites articles on the first page just after putting their effort on Slideshare and Docstoc.
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  • Profile picture of the author dengkane
    Good strategy, but it takes too much time, and you'd better consider whether it can bring enough target traffic to justify your efforts.
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  • Profile picture of the author adpablo
    Slideshare used to be great, but they donĀ“t allow live links anymore...
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