Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Get Traffic to Your Websites with

Dear Readers:

Joseph Mays back with another resource to help promote your websites. The resource is called Changing Read below for more information.

The Service

Our system is designed to automate most of the things you should do to promote your site. Once you register a page with, we will instantly start promoting the page with a reciprocal link, classified ad, and search engine submission. Our system can also provide exposure, co-op efforts, link management and even link marketing!

You can use as a "one stop shop" for all of your promotion needs.

The Cost

ChangingLINKS is free! However, with hundreds of web site owners signing up, we are forced to rely on a self-serve registration process. In fairness to our other members, we only promote the pages that Changebot approves. Changebot has approved thousands of links, and has been 99.8% accurate for years.

Once you register your website:

  1. Changebot will check your page for a link to ChangingLINKS.
  2. Several other members of ChangingLINKS will review your page.
  3. Hundreds of our viewers will rate your page with a star rating system.

It only takes a few moments to register a page. When your page is registered correctly,
ChangingLINKS will link to it permanently and help bring your page more exposure!

Let us know how this resource worked for you.

Yours in success,

Joseph R. Mays

1 comment:

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