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Last Post by vinu_3
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There are webmaster forums out there, such as this Internet Marketing community, and others such as WebmasterWorld, etc., but the days of spamming on forums and gaining backlinks or traffic are loooooong gone.

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Don't depend on forum list. This will not increase your website traffic if they are not relevant to your sites. So search on search engine for relevant sites it's better.

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Search on search engine, which is relavant to your business and do social media postings and sharings to improve your website traffic.

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How you are planning to increase your traffic by posting on forums? If you are just going to signup and post about your website there, it would be spam. Forums are for helping each other as community, not to get traffic.

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If you are looking to increase your traffic, use white hat techniques
You can do the following

  1. Guest blogging
  2. Hire people who would build backlinks for you, as well as remove toxic backlinks. It will help your ranking as well as traffic.
  3. Advertise on Google using adwords
  4. Write content that is sharable and share it on social media. You can again hire people to do graphic design for social media or write content.

There are many forums like upwork, freelancer, elance where you can find talent.

You can also try micro-job websites like fiverr or yooker dot com. Yooker is growing community of seo freelancers who offer their services from $4 to $100. These freelancers are ranked at various levels according to customer reviews that enable you to select best for your requirements.
Hope this would help you.

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Forums

  1. smallbusinessforums.com
  2. webhelpforums.com
  3. siteownerforums.com

Try it once above forums

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You can find many forums on google but post relevant content in forums which will be helpful for the readers. Don't just do spamming.

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