When I started at Commission Junction, I wanted to learn how affiliates really made money. I did not want high-level affiliate marketing strategies or reminders of how much a Super Affiliate makes or 10 step formulas to making money online. I wanted to know the everyday tools and technical details on how to build keyword
Archives for January 2008
Yesterday, I discussed how to use the huge open directory project, DMOZ.org, to find deals on domain names. The example I used was Atomic Warrior, a website that still gets decent traffic even though it had not been updated since July 2005. I may be able to purchase the domain from the owner for a bargain price (unless he
There are many sources where you can find domain names to add to your web real estate empire. Domain forums, drop auction providers, and aftermarket selling services offer you a never-ending supply of domains to purchase. Then the key is to find the bargains. I came across a tip from DomainerPro and DomainersGazette for
Woo hoo! We made it to the weekend. Have a great time this weekend and, if weather permitting, I highly recommend getting away from your computer. Personally, I am attempting to break out of my current running plateau by making a big push and seeing where it takes me. If you are not lucky enough to break free from the
I am in the process of a making the switch to a completely new Wordpress theme. It feels like changing the tires on a car while the car is moving. Any blogger who has made a complete theme change or who is constantly tweaking their theme knows the feeling. You only get a final visual of the update when you publish it live.
More on Twitter Sam Harrelson mentions my Twitter post in his daily Affiliate Fortune Cookie podcast and provides some great insight on how he uses Twitter as a communication tool. My takeaway from his recommendations are that Twitter spam and self-promoting broadcasts are the same unwanted communication as the
I have missed the Twitter train for long enough. One of my January objectives is to make Twitter an effective part of my suite of business tools. Until now, the extent of my tweets have been random oddities through my Facebook profile, like "Teaching my kid to appreciate the Ramones." I want to use Twitter as a