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Archive for August 2006

August 31st, 2006

Plug In Profit, is it really Auto Pilot Income?

One of the latest “get rich quick” schemes doing the circles at the moment is Plug In Profit, or PIP. In the package, the author “Stone Evans” reveals how in 3 easy steps, you can create a website that has 5 streams of auto pilot income.
The sales pitch is the same old, long winded content, […]

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August 29th, 2006

Brain Washed by Internet Marketers

Once upon a time I started a website with the purpose of earning revenue from Google Adsense. I had absolutely no idea what I was getting myself into, how much I would learn and more importantly, how much I would be earning. I was 20 years old at the time, out of school and in […]

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August 27th, 2006

More Adsense Sneakiness

I’ve talked previously about sneaky adsense placement, however here’s another winner.
Can you tell when the ads stop?
It seems to be the MySpace based sites that are focused heavily on blending in Google Adsense adverts … but can you blame them?
Think of the MySpace market, young and inexperienced web surfers. An Adsense publishers wet dream. If […]

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August 27th, 2006

Laugh of the Week

Graywolf has found a linking policy and terms of service that I just had to share with you folks.
According to the link policy, in order to establish a link exchange to the Boston school of electrolysis, you must submit a written request with the following;

Legal photo identification (passport or drivers license)
A resume with THREE references
Your […]

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August 26th, 2006

How to become a Super Affiliate, or NOT

Ewen Chia’s the name and money’s his game!
For you see, Ewen released his latest product recently titled “Super Affiliate Cloning Program“. At first I thought he had teamed up with Dolly the sheep, but no .. this is a brand spanking new affiliate package.
Now I’m going to be honest, I haven’t bought this but can […]

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August 25th, 2006

Fresh new Blogging course - Earn Six Figures!

I received an email this morning about Darren and Andy’s new updated blogging course, titled “Six Figure Blogging”. The fresh new course covers new material such as text-link-ads and new innovations from Chikitka, Amazon and Google.

We also tackle questions such as:
- With all the blog networks - is there still hope for six figure blogging?
- […]

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August 22nd, 2006

What people want (Bloggers version)

Seth has posted what he thinks people want and I thought I’d do a bloggers version.
To get rid of blog hosting providers such as typepad
To rewrite the 9rules
A backlink from w3c.org
A love letter from David Krug
To be a guest on ScrivsTyme
To go back in time and register google.com
To blog about snakes on a plane
To have […]

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August 21st, 2006

Developing Traffic Revised

Bob: How come people don’t visit my blog?
Me: Well Bob, do people know about it?
Bob: I’ve read all the articles on Problogger and Performancing. I’ve created pillar articles just like Yaro said and I do what everyone boasts is the key to gaining traffic, I post content on a daily basis!
Does this sound like you?
I […]

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August 20th, 2006

Getting Rich from Text-Link-Ads

There’s a relatively new method of earning money in town and yep it’s by selling Text-Link-Ads (aff). When contextual advertising arrived in town, everybody rushed for their tools and pumped out content rich websites. But then Google got smarter. A frontpage based website with content from Ezinearticles.com no longer ranked and therefore webmasters were lost. […]

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August 16th, 2006

Google allows Onsite Search Results

Google’s Adsense department now allows publishers to display search results embedded in an iframe. One thing that turned me off before was the fact that results were always shown offsite, and lacked control. Google have now sorted this issue, allowing total customization of the search engine results.
Setup is extremely easy and can be achieved by […]

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August 12th, 2006

Two Year Anniversary

I only just noticed this .. but WorkBoxers is now officially two years old according to the first post ever to appear here on this wonderful blog.
Quick thanks to all the folks that stuck through this site thick and thin
.. and now for a secret.
I’m wearing pants.

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August 9th, 2006

Joel Comm at a New Low

Duncan Riley has already discussed Joel Comm steeping to a new low, but this is a doosy.
What I’m going to do is compare Internet Marketers. On one hand we have Joel Comm and on the other Yaro Starak.
A few days ago, a very special information product was released titled “Mike Filsaime’s Butterfly Marketing manuscript”. Mike’s […]

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August 7th, 2006

WordCamp, Word of the Week

My RSS feeds are still going crazy from all the buzz surrounding the WordCamp event that took place on Saturday. The Blog Herald had the best coverage from what I can see, and David Krug even got laid. (Well he wishes ..)
There’s a podcast available which I have yet to listen too and also photos […]

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August 3rd, 2006

YE Blogger Reviewed

I often get people emailing in asking for a review on their product or service, and sometimes I agree. I tend to agree when I think the site benefits webmasters. (Hint, I will not review your casino website)
This time it was Nathan Waters, fellow Australian and owner of the Young Entrepreneur (YE) Blogger network. It […]

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August 2nd, 2006

The Secret to Success - Be the Turtle

The problem with the web is that there’s too many pages, something I’ve already established. However, it’s something so simple that allows you to succeed. Persist.
If you plan on making money online, don’t be the rabbit.
Be the Turtle.
A quote to leave you with.

Of 100 people who start with a plan today, 80 will drop out […]

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