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Archive for September, 2006

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The Perils of Outsourcing

Friday, September 29th, 2006

Theres a good post over at Mark Quarles Blog about the perils of hiring cheap programmers to develop projects from Rentacoder / Elance. As a one time software developer (back when I had a “real” job 🙂 ) theres lots of projects I could be working on myself but what with everything else I never […]

What sort of Guru are you?

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

Another deluge of affiliate marketing related emails this morning advertising new products, conference calls, PDF downloads etc, etc. If you are on more than one gurus mailing lists you’ll get the same thing about 10 times over as they all push stuff to each other lists. Not sure if I have mentioned the GuruDaq site […]

Roll up – Get your free scripts

Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

A new-ish site I stumbled across recently is Affiliate Scripts. It lists various scripts of use to anyone building affiliate marketing sites. Not a lot of code on there at the moment but it looks interesting as a growing resource. One to keep an eye on. Pretty much snowed under in the last few days with emails, […]

CPA Campaigns – The way forward?

Sunday, September 24th, 2006

I have had a couple of days considering the “Life after AdSense report”. Whilst its undoubtedly the most interesting marketing PDF I have read this year, as primarily a Clickbank affiliate is he really telling me anything new? If you have come from building a straight AdSense virtual real estate type project then running PPC […]

Life after Adsense

Thursday, September 21st, 2006

Just a quick note, The Life after Adsense report has been released (see posts below). I have just been over to the site to download it but must admit I have not had the time to actually read the thing yet.

Bumper Wednesday

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006

Brad Fallon and Andy Jenkins latest PDF and Videos have been posted. To be honest I kind of liked the format they had been using so this is a bit different but interesting none the less. Oh and the sales angle is clear now, looks like a closed community type course / membership. From the […]

Hornets Nest – Just Stir and Shake

Tuesday, September 19th, 2006

Scott Boulchs “Death of Adsense” report has stirred up a hornets nest of controversy as I am sure was the intention. He says the thing has been downloaded over 20,000 times and he’s now stoking things up a bit more over on a blog he’s set up. The last time I can remember somebody pulling […]

Why AdCentre SUCKS!

Monday, September 18th, 2006

Ive just spent an extremely frustrating two hours trying to change various aspects of my campaigns on MSN ad centre, and I am going to vent my spleen. Lets make no bones about it AdCentre sucks, and sucks badly. Its not got a bad interface, the costs are generally less than AdWords and Yahoo, hell […]

Lastest Roundup of Affiliate Blogs

Monday, September 18th, 2006

Just a round up of some new blogs I have come across recently about affiliate marketing. You can take away some useful tips and info from them all. Firstly is Shawn Collins Affiliate Blog. It’s focus is affiliate marketing news. Well worth a look. Next up is Shoe Money, again lots of useful info. And finally […]

All things Adsense

Saturday, September 16th, 2006

A nice forum I came across recently is Joel Comms Adsense Chat. Joel Comm is very well known in promoting various Adsense Strategies so the forum is definitely a place to find some worthwhile Adsense advice. I came across it while trying to get some background on the guy who wrote the “Death of Adsense” […]

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