S.E.O. and S.E.M.

So one aspect of making links relevant at different times is that tables are indexed in the way that produce is categorized. So in C++ you could make 2 index tables to compare and contrast keyword relevance and/or negation.


Second marketing either pay for it in the form of advertising or grow it via more grass roots methods.


Third social signals are ways of seeing trends which can lead to valuable customer retention.


Fourth get someone to give a Referral with your intended links.


These are possible ways of making a sales funnel. That can automate S.E.O and S.E.M.


Another way is pure luck and/or skill. That being is conveyed because sometimes it takes a lot more than timing and location i.e. being @ the right place at the right time, or having a series of algorithms with no potential destination of the directories set for a given website. For example, take a large authority blue chip company that produces an ad and gets a few views designed to sell a product or service. While some random cat video gets millions. And of course syndicated videos such as the ones produced via large established media networks still get a large amount of viewers thru conventional and streaming platforms.

So to attain an affiliate link thru what is deemed viral works as in the cat video example is the most cost effective. Because people like pets it’s a stable trend. So if you can handle a camera with skill and see something interesting and have something to promote via an affiliate link do it you’re at the right place at the right time.

That last statement was a take away comment and share if you found this blog post.

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