"You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream." - C.S. Lewis

"Never part with your dreams. When they're gone, you might still exist, but you cease to live." - unknown

New Wacky Wednesday Sale - 3 Newbie Toolkits

Presented By: EJ Cooksey | 8/18/2010 10:19:00 AM

There are too many people being held back from making a good living online, just because they don't know the basics, like:

* Building websites
* Setting up a domain
* Processing payments
* Assembling a squeeze page
* Affiliate marketing

If you happen to be one of those people, then I've got GREAT news for you today...Those hurdles won't get in your way anymore!

These 3 Newbie Toolkits take you through it all step by step - not a single detail is left out. And there are even screenshots to SHOW you each step, leaving no stone unturned.

With these handy guides, you can finally get your online empire started - FAST!

And the best part is, this is a Wacky Wednesday Sale, and the price is pretty darn WACKY!

Go see for yourself:

Wacky Wednesday Sale "3 Newbie Toolkits"
To Your Success!

(affiliate ad)           

Affiliate Disclosure

Free Traffic To Your Website or Blog

Presented By: EJ Cooksey | 8/08/2010 01:25:00 AM

So you've gone through all the hard work of creating a website or blog - congratulations! You put in some content, added your product links or affiliate links, and got a really cool header banner made and you're ready to start making money.

But now what do you do? How do you get the traffic you so desperately need? And most of all... how do you get the traffic for FREE?

Here's a list of a few of my favorite free traffic sources:

Article Marketing - Start writing articles and submitting them to the article directories, especially Ezine Articles. Don't forget to add your keywords in the title and the article without "stuffing" it. Make sure your bio is attention-grabbing and has a call to action.

  • Tip - Keep track of where your articles go by using Google Alerts. If you see they are being published routinely on a well-ranked blog, ask the site owner if they would like to have you send your articles directly to their in-bin whenever you write one.

Affiliate Disclosure

Tips for Writing a Series of Blog Posts

Presented By: EJ Cooksey | 8/07/2010 12:09:00 AM

Many people will find your blog posts through search engines.  They'll google their keywords and end up on your blog, reading an article or maybe two.  If you've got great longtail keywords it might bring you lots of targeted traffic.

While organic traffic is great, and you want to get as much of it as possible, why not try something that will keep people coming back instead of just hitting your site once and going away? One idea is to write a blog post series.  I recommend at least 3 parts to your series, although it's going to depend on what you're blogging about.

Affiliate Disclosure

SuperAffiliateHandbookRead the amazing true story of how one woman, with no previous business experience, earned 436,797+ in 2002 and now earns MUCH MORE than that ... just by selling other people's stuff online!

In her down-to-earth, sincere and often humorous style, Rosalind Gardner guides you through the entire process of building an affiliate marketing business on the 'Net.

Frequently revised and updated to reflect industry changes, the Super Affiliate Handbook now consists of 235 pages and 235 screenshots that will show you step-by-step how to become a Super Affiliate. , you'll learn how to pick the best programs, negotiate a commission raise and save time, money and effort on everything from affiliate software to web hosting.

To learn exactly how she does it, Click Here.