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Friday, June 30, 2006

How To Earn $100 In The Next 48 Hours - Charlie Page

Charlie Page is the owner of the Directory of Ezines,
and the Directory of Marketing.


How To Earn $100 In The Next 48 Hours

(c) Charlie Page

I've recently reviewed the log I keep of all the phone
calls received. Notes from these calls reveal an
interesting - and disturbing - trend.

People are saying they have been online for *years* and
never made a dime.

I mean nothing, zip, zero ... nada.

To be sure, they have *spent* money buying ebooks,
courses, teleseminars, and more.

And they have spent time - precious time away from the
people and things they love - in order to learn what to

But they have yet to see a return on that investment.

Is it possible to start with very little cash on hand
and make money online quickly?

You bet.

And I'm going to show you how right now - and free - in
this article.

Here we go.

The basis of selling anything online can be summed up
in this way.

* Find a market
* Find a product
* Buy some advertising
* See what happens

If you succeed, repeat the process. If you fail (and by
fail I mean make less than you spend) learn from it and
move on.

If I was starting over and absolutely had to make a
hundred bucks in 48 hours, here is what I would do.

>>> Find A Market

People come online to find information, not to buy
things. When they do buy things, it's usually a result
of them seeing an irresistible (to them) offer about a
product they were search for information about.

That's why most purchases begin with a search.

So, the place to start is to answer the question 'what
are people searching for?'

The best way I know to do that is to use Wordtracker.
This excellent service tracks who is searching for what
and makes those numbers available to you.

They even have a free trial, which I would use to get

What you are looking for is a word that was search on
thousands of times in the last 48 hours. Wordtracker
will reveal that free. The more searches, the better.

Cost - Zero dollars

>>> Find A Product

Now you need a product that matches the theme of the
market you found using Wordtracker.

Example: People having babies buy baby name books.

The easiest way to start is Clickbank. They list
thousands of products, it's free to become an
affiliate, and you can search their list of products by

You want to use the same keyword you discovered using

Using the same keyword or phrase you found at
Wordtracker, search the Clickbank marketplace for a
product to sell.

I would look for a website that seems very convincing
(it's a very good sign if you would buy the product, or
think it's a great value)

Also, look for a site where the product is very low
priced or sells for $100 or more. You need either brisk
sales at a lower price or a big commission to make this

If in doubt, contact the site owner and ask him or her
how well the site converts. If they answer and can give
a specific number, you've found a good product.

Cost - Zero Dollars

>>> Buy Some Ads

Since the idea here is to earn something quickly, I'm
going to focus completely on pay per click, which is
the fastest way to get started.

The top two pay per click networks today are Google and

It cost nothing to start with either and you can spend
pretty much as little as you want. Plus, you determine
how much you will pay when someone clicks your ad. (Click advertising programs) (Click ad programs)

What you will do is to bid on the keyword you found at

In other words, you are saying to Google, "I'll pay you
10 cents every time someone clicks on my ad" Hence the
name 'pay per click'

These pay per click ads will be shown on the search
results that Google and Yahoo provide when people

Pay 20 cents or less if you can. If the word you have
chosen costs too much to bid on (some keywords have
very high minimum bids) then find another.

You *will* be able to find this with some trial and

Cost - $20

>>> See What Happens

If you send 100 visitors to a site that converts at 2%
of visitors you should make two sales.

If each of those sales pays you only $50, you will have
earned $100. Less your $20 investment, you've earned
$80 very real dollars.

That's a 400% profit.
Was it worth your time?

To determine that, ask yourself this. If you handed me
a $20 bill and I gave you four $20 bills in return
would it be a good deal?

How often would you do it?

I think you know the answer to that one.

There you have it ... the fastest way I know online to
make some real money.

Will $100 help you live in luxury or become debt free?
Of course not.

But learning the PROCESS above will empower you to make
money online from the comfort of your home, and is
something that can grow into a powerful full time
business, one where you set the hours and reap the

And that is a beautiful thing indeed!

Charlie Page helps people succeed online. How can he
help you? Find out now at his main site or call his
toll free number.


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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Auction Sites Trafficking Stolen Goods Online - Jim Edwards

Auction Sites Trafficking Stolen Goods Online

- by Jim Edwards

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Ah yes, eBay! The online auction giant that makes all your dreams come true for finding that special something you can't find anywhere else.

It's like a giant garage sale in the sky.

Unfortunately, eBay's size makes it easy for people to sell stolen or unauthorized merchandise and not get caught.

To their credit, I think eBay does as much as humanly possible to police their site and shut down any offenders quickly.

However, I recently discovered that plenty of mischief still occurs, especially with downloadable products.

When checking my email yesterday, I found two messages that disturbed me.

The first was an automated message from eBay telling me about an auction selling an ebook about writing ebooks.

Another email came in from a good customer who sent me a link to another auction on eBay that, to them, "looked suspicious."

I clicked on the links for both auctions and found identical postings by two different sellers.

Though they did not mention my ebook, "How To Write andPublish Your Own eBook... in as little as 7 Days," the blatant similarity between the wording on the auctions and my website aroused my curiosity.

Since they didn't reference the ebook they were selling by title, I decided to go ahead and buy from both sellers to see what they sent me.

Imagine my horror when they both delivered my own ebook, which they were selling illegally.

I immediately got the auctions shut down, but the damage was already done.

Plenty of stolen merchandise gets sold via online auction sites.

People call it "bootlegged" or "unauthorized copies" to soften the wording for what they really know is "stolen merchandise."

Of the two sellers mentioned above, I believe one knew he was illegally selling my ebook and didn't care, while the other person was just ignorant and thought she could sell it because she'd bought it from someone else.

Regardless of their true intentions, their actions were illegal.

Now, let's discuss how you protect yourself and your intellectual property against illegal sales and "bootlegging" on eBay and other online auction sites.

First, set up automated searches on the major online auction services.

Set them up to automatically notify you whenever an auction gets posted that includes your name or the name of your product.

You can also set them up to email you whenever an auction gets listed with certain keywords in it, in my case "write ebook."

Second, if you find someone has stolen your intellectual property (sales copy, ebooks, photos, graphics, software,etc.) you should first contact the seller and politely, but firmly, ask them to remove it.

If they don't, or if they take more than a few hours to respond, you should contact the auction site directly to request an immediate take down of the offending auction.

eBay's "Vero" program, for example, enables you to simply fax in a form or send an email to get an auction removed.

You should also go back and check periodically to make surethat an offending seller doesn't start selling your product again once they think the uproar has died down.

Third, pay attention to emails from customers and prospects for signs of anything strange.

Watch for comments like "I saw your ebook for sale on eBay,"or "I saw it cheaper on eBay."

Also, make sure to compare customer service inquiries to your customer database.

Anyone who asks specific questions about a product and appears to possess it, but never bought it from you, should immediately raise a red flag.

Always try to find out where they bought the product and get them to send you a copy of their email receipt, because all roads to the thief usually lead back through the credit card processor.

Finally, trust the never-failing boomerang of karma to come full circle and ultimately whack any thief in the head!
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Saturday, February 18, 2006

Affiliate Marketing: Persistence Pays

Affiliate Marketing: Persistence Pays

by Ron Passfield

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Do you find that you are switching from one affiliate program to the next best ever offer, not persisting with any one program for more than two or three months? Do you realize that you are shutting the door to your success? Read the life story of any successful affiliate marketer and you will find that they all share one common trait, persistence! This article shows you why persistence pays.


Successful affiliate marketers see obstacles as opportunities to learn, not reasons to give up. They have learnt the underlying secret of success – persistence pays.

Persistence brings its own unique pay-off in the form of what I call the four R’s – resources, realization, relationships and rewards.

1. Resources

If you persist with an affiliate program you get to understand the resources available to you and how best to use them for your program. Many affiliate programs today provide support for affiliate marketing in the form of solo ads, classified ads, banners, suggested signature lines, articles for your website or blog, safelist memberships, viral e-books, viral reports, marketing videos and autoresponder message series.

These resources are often backed up by forums, chat rooms, teleconferences, and tutorials where you can learn how to make the best use of these resources for the affiliate program involved.

It is not possible in two or three months to get to effectively use all these resources or fully understand your affiliate program, the product and/or service offering and the dynamics of the relevant target market.

By not persisting with your affiliate program, you are missing learning opportunities and under-utilising the resources available to you (which you are ultimately paying for).


Persistence brings increased realization through exposure to these affiliate resources, to successful affiliates and to the systems that support your affiliate program. You learn (over time) what marketing strategies are the most cost-effective for the product or service that you are marketing through your affiliate program.

You also come to fully appreciate your program’s follow-up system, reporting system and commission structure. Persistence helps you understand better the features and benefits of your product/service offering, the real target market and how to sell to this market.

Persistence can bring the realization of how best to use your personal resources and skills for your affiliate program. It can also help you realize ways to achieve synergy between the various affiliate programs you are involved in.


Persistence develops relationships over time, particularly if you are active in communicating with your sponsor, upline, downline and other affiliates through the affiliate program’s forum, teleconferences or teleclasses.

Relationships, in turn, bring resources, support, encouragement and ideas to help you to improve your effectiveness and your affiliate income. You can access affiliate marketing coaching through these relationships.

If you do not persist, you cut yourself off from these relationship benefits.


Persistence can bring a range of rewards. Loyalty to an affiliate program is often rewarded by a sponsor or program owner. Sometimes this takes the form of discounts, bonuses, extra credits or downline members. You may also benefit through the natural evolution of the program as it is refined, improved and upgraded. Long-standing members are frequently given first access to new offerings.

Persistence can result in your emerging as a program leader which in turn can lead to your receiving lucrative offers to act as a leader in another affiliate program.

These four R’s – resources, realization, relationships and rewards – are interdependent. With persistence comes a form of synergy where the four R’s reinforce each other and you receive an even greater benefit from the fact that they are actively working together to increase your affiliate income.

Persistence pays – it takes you to another level of development as an affiliate marketer, deepens your understanding of affiliate marketing, enriches your online experience and brings monetary rewards.

How often have you wondered: Where would I be now if I had only persisted with that other affiliate program?

This article is written by Ron Passfield, PhD, affiliate marketing coach, who is helping affiliate marketers develop their affiliate business through the step-by-step coaching provided by the Affiliate Classroom. Visit Ron's blog for the latest on affiliate marketing and register for a free affiliate marketing course:

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Thursday, February 09, 2006

Email "Toll Booths" Coming Soon

Email "Toll Booths" Coming Soon

- by Jim Edwards

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The end of the free ride for email marketing looms on the

The days of building up or buying a big email list and
freely using it to market and sell online are numbered like
the dinosaurs heading for an ice age cold snap.

The technical and time costs of dealing with email traffic
(primarily driven by rampant illegal spam) will soon break
the back of both Internet service providers (ISPs) and
online email services.

Major online players like AOL and MSN are currently
wrestling with two solutions to the problem, but I
personally think the almighty dollar will win out in the

The two solutions proposed to stem the tide of commercial
spam once and for all revolve around either "white listing"
email senders or charging a "toll" (typically .25-1 cent per
email message) to allow email through.

Currently, ISPs and email providers can either maintain
their own white lists, as in the case of AOL, or the can
share one.

In the "old" days, companies could (and still do) subscribe
to "black lists" (like which exclude email
senders based on reports of spamming and other factors.

Though the "black list" method rates the least accurate,
it's currently the most popular simply because it requires
the least effort by companies trying to block spam.

However, as spammers get smarter, black listing has proven
an ineffective spam deterrent and ISPs must get proactive if
they hope to survive.

However, an inherent weakness in the "white list" system
makes charging for commercial email inevitable.

Since white listing requires effort on the part of the ISP
or email provider (they must ultimately pay real people to
manage the list), this means additional cost.

Unlike a relatively inexpensive subscription to a "black
list service" which gets implemented automatically by
software filters, white listing requires people to do work
which carries a real world cost.

Bottom line: most ISPs and email services will not be able
to create, maintain or implement a white list for very long
without charging.

Yet, consumers tired of the avalanche of spam are demanding
effective protection by those they pay for Internet and
email access.

Thus, any service hoping to survive long-term must adopt a
hybrid of both the white list and "toll booth" approaches.

This means not only evaluating the legitimacy of every
commercial email sender's methods, but also charging them
for the email they send through a particular service or
network. It's inevitable.

Now, the cry that immediately goes up at this point sounds
like this, "What about the "little guys" who can't afford to
pay the fee or the family newsletters that aren't
commercial? What about them?"

In a perfect world, their email would go through.

In the real world, their email will get lost even more
frequently in the future than it does now in the existing
tangle of email filters and inconsistent white and black

The hope of survival and prosperity for the "little guy"
lies squarely in the hands of blogging and RSS feeds.

Since blogging and rss feeds enable consumers to subscribe
directly to information using an RSS "reader," they
completely bypass the need to send email.

This eliminates the "middle man" of an email provider and
puts control over what content gets received squarely in the
hands of the consumer.

Though this technology has existed for several years now,
awareness by mainstream consumers of what RSS feeds are and
how to subscribe to them has been relatively slow.

The biggest contributor to the slow adoption in the
mainstream has been the absence of a universally distributed
RSS "reader" on every computer (similar to how Outlook or
Outlook Express on every Windows PC helped make email
universally understood).

But that should also change shortly as more RSS readers get
included in Web browsers and email programs in the near

So while the "big guys" will push their messages to
consumers by paying what will surely amount to an ever-
increasing "toll" to get their emails through, the "little
guys" will "pull" consumers to them with subscriptions to
blogs and RSS feeds.

Whether it happens this year, next year, or the year after -
make no mistake - the email "toll booth" is coming for
commercial emailers and newsletter publishers.

So, if you depend on sending email for your company's
profits, either get ready, plan, and budget for the new
tolls, or start making arrangements to distribute your
content via blogs and RSS feeds, because the market will
shortly force you to make a choice.

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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Affiliate Marketing: How To Smash The Glass Ceiling

Affiliate Marketing: How To Smash The Glass Ceiling

by Ron Passfield


Do you experience an invisible “glass ceiling” that seems to prevent you from taking your affiliate business to the next level? You may find that the barrier to your business growth has more to do with you, than with the inadequacies of your affiliate program(s). This article identifies ways to break through the glass ceiling that holds you back.


Most affiliate marketers unconsciously create an invisible “glass ceiling” that curtails the growth of their own affiliate business. They do this by failing to create a substantial, positive profile on the Internet.

Are you reluctant to “stand out from the crowd”? Do you feel more comfortable being invisible on the Internet?

Most people experience a natural reticence to be “out there”, to “stand up and be counted”. How often are the front rows of a course or meeting left vacant because most people would rather be invisible up the back!

The same is true on the Internet, particularly with affiliate marketers. The noun “affiliate” means “connected as a part or an associate of…”, and the verb “affiliate” means “to connect to” or “join oneself to”. It does not, however, mean “lose oneself in…”

When you join an affiliate program, there is a tendency to lose your own personality in the “personality” of the program and its owner. Yet the really successful affiliate marketers are those who are able to place their own unique identity on what they do. They stand out by being themselves, showing who they are and what they have to offer.

Think about your last visit to an affiliate program forum. The people who most likely left an impression on you were those who showed a strong sense of humour, an uncanny insight or a way of viewing the world positively and energetically. These people leave their mark and their impression. Their forum postings are like “footprints in the sand” – they are not afraid to be different, to let their personalities shine through.

If you are going to develop a distinctive profile, you need to understand your own strengths and capacities. Your distinctiveness as an affiliate marketer derives from your unique life history and skill set. You need to find an affiliate program that will build on these strengths and enable you to realize your potential.

The real challenge for you as an affiliate marketer is to find an affiliate offering that draws on your unique knowledge, skills and competencies. You need an affiliate program that enables YOU to “shine”!

What “image” or “Internet profile” are you trying to create? Are you able to be yourself through your affiliate program? Or are you being an extension of someone else?

You need to find an affiliate offering that aligns with your desired profile and your unique competencies. This is the way to create an affiliate business, not just affiliate cheques.

To achieve this, you have to develop yourself. You will need to progressively develop self-awareness, the capacity to overcome fear of visibility and a willingness to continuously review what you are doing. A real synergy will emerge as you learn to integrate your affiliate offering, your profile and your competencies.

You will find that you will break through the glass ceiling as you make a real statement about who you are, what you value and what you have to offer. You will make a real difference because you can “add value” to your affiliate offering in a unique way. This is the only sustainable source of competitive advantage in affiliate marketing.

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Monday, January 23, 2006

5 Ways to Explode Your Viral Marketing

5 Ways to Explode Your Viral Marketing

by Anik Singal


One of the best ways to get targeted traffic for life is to use viral marketing. But if you really want viral marketing to work, you better find a unique edge. Here are 5 tools you can instantly use to beat the competition…


We all know that viral marketing can be a very effective way to drive targeted traffic to your website, but do all viral marketing tools have to be ebooks or little reports? Absolutely not…

Before we start, let’s refresh our memory on exactly what viral marketing is. Viral marketing is a form of marketing where you get someone else to spread the word for you, just a virus works.

For example, if you give someone a free report, they like it, they pass it on to their friends and their friends pass it on to their friends. Basically the report has become a virus and is spreading exponentially.

You can see the power that this form of marketing has – over time it can really build up. But, if you really want yours to move fast, then you have to be unique.

Just giving away a free report has become too common – everyone is doing it!

So, here are 5 other great tools you can make viral while keeping the unique edge.

1. Freeware.

Freeware is software with that has your marketing message in it – a banner, URLs, etc. If you are not a programmer but like the idea of giving away some simple software, type "freeware +your niche" into Google, and look at the results.

If you find a program that interests you, contact the creator, and see if you can get him/her to add your marketing messages in exchange for actively promoting the software.

Simple, that way you don’t even have to make your own program. Or, if you want, just go to any freelance website and hire an inexpensive programmer to build you a small little program (this is very inexpensive).

2. Surveys and polls.

Many people love to share their opinions on anything and everything. Come up with a provocative poll question or interesting survey for your niche, then use it to drive traffic to your site.

If you can find a “controversial” topic you will get the most viral effect.

3. Tell a friend forms.

Especially effective in niche marketing. Simply adding a tell-a-friend form to your web site can, over time, significantly increase your traffic.

Many think that these forms do not work anymore, but I know from personal experience that they still work. A neat trick to get someone to use it is to offer them something for free in return – maybe another free report!

4. Your own forum or bulletin board.

Adding a forum or bulletin board to your site can be a great way to spread the word about your product or service. In fact, if there's no forum or newsgroup for your niche, you can create one - and reap the benefits of having targeted prospects come to your site regularly.

People get their friends to come participate in forums – it’s a great source of word-of-mouth advertising.

5. Blogging.

Creating a blog just for your niche is a way to get people to bookmark your site and come back over and over again. People also tend to spread the word about blogs they like rapidly. Offering your viral products on your blog gives them a reason to spread the word - plus it helps you get valuable traffic.

What will you write about? Progress reports and advice seem to be popular, as well as humorous blogs and running commentary on current events.

Blogs help build a community and communities are great word-of-mouth networks!

Well, there you have it – viral marketing can once again be a bit more exciting than just giving away free reports. Think outside the box, do something unique and viral marketing could be your next big traffic generator!

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