Archive | September, 2010

5 Ways You Can Add Value For Your Readers

I ran across a Shoemoney post today that was a few months old that talked about the real way to make money online (read the full post here: What People Trying To Make Money Online Blogging Don’t Get). It wasn’t what the typical blogger wants to hear, but something we’ve all probably heard a thousand […]

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LinkedIn DirectAds: A Case Study of $2 Clicks

About a month ago I wrote about LinkedIn DirectAds. I tested their ad network which I thought was a waste of time and effort, the reason clicks start off at $2!! Well I decided to test it out again, but this time on a higher payout offer – my own product, Infinite FB. So I […]

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Setting an Affiliate Corporation

Warning. I have to do this post about corporations.I remember when I set up my first corporation and the feeling was great. I felt like this was real and I actually had a business, instead of a sole proprietorship that anyone can have immediately. It was a proud day in my affiliate marketing career and […]

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Google Red Carpet Simply ROCKS!!!

Every blogger, Internet marketer, affiliate marketer and general web site owner has a fascination with traffic. The more the better is the general consensus. Imagine having a nearly unlimited source of traffic, for free. How about adding the ability to get top rankings in Google within minutes of publishing a post for competitive keywords and […]

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Staying Motivated Once the Affiliate Marketing Glow has Dimmed

It is pretty evident to me, that affiliates start off in the space with a refreshing excitement and enthusiasm for the prospect of making easy money. But, once they realize that it isn’t always so simple, that excitement quickly becomes cynicism and lethargy. As the affiliate manager for RevResponse.com, I have seen it happen hundreds […]

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Working For Yourself is So Overrated…

This year alone I have realized many things about myself and my business. I can honestly say that working for yourself is so played out. The reason I say this is because it bothers me that people that I talk too say I am lucky to work from home or have my own business or […]

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