The vagabond marketing method

May 4, 2022 by No Comments

Vagabond marketing is something you have probably heard of. It’s the idea that even if you have little money, if any, you can create income from almost nothing.

Now, with most get-rich schemes, you’ll find there’s a liberal use of promotional words, but here’s one where you can actually do what they say you can do.

So let’s find out what hobo marketing is really all about.

It is actually article marketing. Or use articles to drive people to your website where they will do something you want them to do.

That’s hobo marketing in a nutshell.

The method?

1) Find appropriate keywords.

These have quite a few searches but they also have little competition, but they also have people looking for something to buy. So “pets” is a bad keyword, but “ceramic dog intestines” is a bit better.

2) Make sure you find someone (or yourself) who can sell the solution to your keyword. So an affiliate offer, a newsletter, etc.

3) Create articles directly around that keyword. Now when I mean direct, I mean direct. The closer your articles are to keywords, the more likely they are to want what you have to offer.

4) Create a resource box that attempts to offer what the article offers. Most article websites don’t allow direct affiliate links, so you’ll need a landing page for people to go to, and then read another compelling reason why your resource box is right for them.

For example. In his first article, he could talk about why ceramic dog intestines are superior. And then the resource box will indicate that it has vet-recommended ceramic dog bowls and direct people to the appropriate page.

5) Then repeat the process for different article directories or increase the number of articles to a featured one.

The system works as a trickle feed of small amounts of traffic per article which, when added up, allows you to have a larger overall source of traffic.

But does this method work?

When it first came out it did. As people began to realize that the method worked, they tried to speed up every aspect of the process. The quality of the articles decreased and the amount of spam and unwanted articles increased.

Then people were put off by similar looking and uninformative articles. Which was actually really unavoidable.

So now we have a marketing model that has worked and will work if done right.

The problem isn’t really with the title, the description, or even the resource box within the article. It has to do with the article itself. They are constructed so as not to lead the reader to want what he has described in the resource box.

Article writing is not just writing an article. You have to build one and when people give themselves a 400 word limit, it actually limits the content and then their message. So the article seems rushed and a mess.

Proper article building is actually an advanced form of boom marketing because not many people want to put effort into article building, so you really have a much better chance of having a higher CTR and conversion rate from visitors to customers. They pay.

Check out my resource box for completely free advanced hobo marketing techniques.

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