George Montague Brown may not be a name you’ve come across (even though it is memorable). He’s been in the internet marketing business for about 2 years and is the author of Google Sniper, which describes a method for building profitable affiliate sites.
He’s just come up with a way of pulling a huge amount of traffic using YouTube. No, you don’t have to create your own videos and upload them. The method is ingenious and he details it for free in these videos (the link takes you to Video #3 but you should watch Videos #1 and #2 first):
Leveraging YouTube Traffic
I’ve just finished creating an updated video for promoting SiteBuilder Elite.
The video shows viewers what’s involved in setting up and building a site and how changing some settings can alter the look and layout of a site. The video also shows how the software automatically downloads articles to create content-rich sites.
You can promote SiteBuilder Elite with this video using the following link:
You’ll need a Clickbank account to promote the software. Simply replace “YOURID” in the link with your own Clickbank ID/Nickname.
The link that appears below the video will include your affiliate id.
If you don’t have a Clickbank account, you can get one here.
The Terms of Service (TOS) for Google Analytics basically say that they can do whatever they want with the data they collect from your sites and this includes using that information to determine search engine rankings.
By installing the Google Analytics code on your site, you are giving Google a back door window into your traffic patterns and they will quickly determine that your (affiliate) site is not the kind of site they want in their index. You see, Google doesn’t really like affiliate sites. Perhaps I should qualify that assertion a bit more. Google doesn’t like little-guy affiliate sites; they don’t seem to have a problem with the big guys and …
WordPress Mage is software that creates auto blogs based on the WordPress platform. It is also provided as a set of WordPress plugins that can be added to any wordpress blog. All you do is research a list of keywords for your niche site and paste that list into WordPress Mage and it will build future-dated posts that pull content from article directories, Yahoo Answers, Youtube, eBay, Commission Junction, Clickbank, Amazon and Overstock.
Please note that this is not a review of the product. WordPress Mage is not available to the public. Access to it is by invitation only. If you would like a link to the software, please send me an …
A question I’ve been asked quite a few times (especially in relation to SiteBuilder Elite) is “What’s the best tool for doing keyword research?”
Well, it’s really six of one and half a dozen of the other.
The best tool is the one that best suits your way of working. But, having said that, here are a few pros and cons for the more popular tools…
I’ve just been made aware of a software offer by Antone Roundy, the author of the CaRP RSS aggregation and display software that adds content from RSS feeds to a website,
He’s offering his TriggerNote software at a knockdown price. The software usually costs $97 but at time of writing, the software is on sale at $47.
The price will go up 20 cents each time someone buys. When the price reaches $97, it’ll stay there till the end of of the sale – there’s just under 15 hours left.
TriggerNote is an “unblockable exit popup” script. People use it to present special offers, surveys, and other conversion-boosting content to visitors who …
Word has reached me from Bryan Winters, owner of PLR article site InfoGoRound (IGR) that a substantial hike in the monthly fee is imminent.
The IGR private label article vault is now worth well into six figures, with thousands of premium articles on the web’s most popular topics only a quick search away. You also get 200 article each month in 4 niches and two PLR products you can sell.
Since its inception a couple of years ago, the monthly membership fee has remained at just $25.
That will soon be raised to $97 monthly for all new members (if you’re already a member you’re locked in at the original price until …