When l created my first RevPages it was for one simple reason, see what it was all about and how useful it could benefit us all. I took my time reviewed all the features, learned them all, then decided to create a page we can study and learn from it. The point l am trying to make here is not to look at the product, but review the quality I laid out.
If you ask yourself what do I promote and what do I enjoy, then it will become natural, to produce what I did, passion, honesty and most of all just be yourself. The key here is to have everything work and lead all your readers to where you want to go like l do with all my links that clickable, point vital clickable.
Then what l did with that RevPages was added to all my other blogs, websites, and Twitter for fun see how it all played out. The results were good, but l was looking for was feedback on the page, not the Dodge Truck. Not many members got it. Instead, some decide to leave URL, others left comments towards the truck, others just dumb miss spelled words.
The key here is back links when you use it correctly with the RevPage, what l did with mine was provide you ideas on what you can create, stop looking at the truck play with the information, the links, etc., etc. get good at it then rewards come to you.
So go back have a look and learn from what you have at your finger tips, use it to it's fullest power, make it work and spread it.
The difference between dumb spamming and creative marketing.
All the Best,
Joseph F. Botelho One Gram at a Time
"Pay Yourself First Because the #Economy that Matters Most... is the One in Your Own #Home" https://t.co/wo7XWWjaFZ pic.twitter.com/VSVAtkJ6El— Joseph Botelho (@jfbmarketing) January 19, 2016