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This past month my wife Jill and I have been very busy with our new business. So much so that it I have somewhat neglected comments, blog roll requests and guest blogging requests. After some careful thought on the issue of managing my time, I have decided to stop accepting blogroll requests starting next Monday. Over the next week, I will be catching up on blogroll requests and doing those which make sense. I find that managing my blogroll takes too much time and at this stage is of minimal value for this blog because of the large number of links that it already has. I will maintain my curren
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t blogroll, but after this Sunday I won’t be accepting any new exchanges.

I haven’t decided yet what to do about managing comments on this blog. I have argued in the past that a blog without comments is not a blog, but comment management is time consuming. In fact, it’s so time consuming that one of my friend’s Garry Conn recently announced that he is no longer taking comments on his blog (although I can’t find that post anymore, what happened Garry?). For now I am still taking comments, but I may join the “no comment” crowd in the near future. I would, of course, continue to take questions emailed to me and would try to respond to them either personally or on this blog. Feel free to let me know your thoughts on how to handle comments.

Now for Guest blogging...

I get a lot of requests for people to write guest posts on this blog. There is much value in having guest bloggers, so I will catch up on those requests and get back to people who have been asking about it. If you want to write a guest post on my blog just check out my guidelines and let me know if you are interested.

That’s it for now, now back to your regularly scheduled programming.

The internet is unbelievable as a business environment. The whole Google Adsense and Adwords thing, with Pay-per-click and what not…well all of this is making people very rich. Okay, not everyone. But you can generate a substantial second income from this. Put in more time, and you can definitely quit your day job (if you have one…no assumptions here). To be honest, it isn’t that complicated. It takes a little work to get started but, once you can grasp the concepts, you are set. To this end…I h
Much time passed when internet was considered to be a just entertainment for many users. Now-a-days it is not only fun it is also the source of income. In many ways internet business is much profitable and demands less investment than the offline one. This fact pushes many entrepreneurs to try themselves in the internet marketing and start their own business in the virtual net. Now internet is very useful for almost all activities that we do offline. Serfers spend and make a lot of money in th
Managing Affiliate programs can be very tedious and time consuming. The normal daily monotony consists of: *Tracking leads manually to see which campaigns are working *Managing your affiliate program, let alone your affiliates *Sending carefully-timed emails to each of your prospects *Tracking clients as they move from prospect to customer *Sorting out payment issues Now, these are vital activities for any business. However, with a team of affiliates (necessary for multi-stream i
In my travels around the Internet, I occasionally bump into an online business concept I really don’t like. Though I haven’t heard it in a while, it can be summed up as “ready, fire, aim”: Just do something, then you try again if it doesn’t work.

Yes, I do have some direct experience with trying things that way, and it can be summed up as:

  • Ready

  • Fire

  • Trip

  • Fall on face

  • Wish I had aimed first

In short, the “ready, fire, aim” thing really didn&#
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8217;t work for me. Throwing money and enthusiasm at something you don’t fully comprehend will only earn you some time in the School of Hard Knocks. So I don’t recommend you try your online business this way.

You don’t just go out and “Do”. First you learn, then you plan. Once you have a plan, then you “do”. It’s not “ready, fire, aim”.

Yes, there will be setbacks along the way. Sometimes, you have to adjust. Sometimes, you realize you can make a better plan, or do things a better way. However, this is more like “Ready, aim, fire, then try again if you must”.

Nowadays, there’s just no money to throw around frivolously, not that it was ever a good idea. And while sifting through the noise about making money online can take time, there’s also no excuse not to do it. Don’t give yourself more trouble than is necessary. Go out and do your homework before picking a REAL way to make money online and then working it.

Forget “ready, fire, aim”. First you plan, then you do. It doesn’t pay to do it any other way.

Seriously, how do you make a beautiful, sellable ebook? Find your answers today with The Ebook Walkthrough!

My name is Ryan Ambrose, and I’m one of the co-authors of Can I Make Big Money Online.

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by Harry Constantine The whole concept of paid surveys join free-sites is amazing, sometimes hard to believe. Can this be a career option? Well it can, if you have verified every detail about the job that you are getting into and have gathered info about the web site or the company you intend to work. Is it a fact that anybody can join these paid surveys join free web sites? Yes, and it’s free, absolutely. Paid surveys join-free websites are conducted by marketing companies and allows them
by Ted F Aberie Prospects are essential to each and every Internet business. One company with 12 years of web hosting experience helped to solve this problem. The name of this business is GVO. Success and a profitable business go hand in hand with Internet marketing tools. The tools for online business presence offered by GOGVO will be directly participating in your success as an online business entrepreneur. The search for quality tools that are affordable can not only take up a great dea
If you don’t give titles much thought, keep reading.

Here’s the situation. Those short, one line things called titles are what your potential visitors see first. It doesn’t matter if it’s a blog post or a sales letter page, the first thing that’s going to make the first impression is the title. If that title doesn’t entice your visitor, it’s also the last thing of interest they’ll see before they leave, or never visit at all.

Not only do you need a title that will provoke interest from its viewer, but you don’t ha
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ve that many words to do it. You have a second or two of reading before someone surfs off to the vast quantity of competing content available on the Internet.

In short, your titles needs some thought. You may even have to test it a time or two.

So what’s to consider when you’re trying to fill a title?

  • Yes, spiders are great, but the primary target for the title is your visitor. It takes a human being to act on something they see, so don’t write titles for the spiders.

  • You can find examples of titles in other places. Digg in particular is loaded with them, and you’ll find out in a hurry which ones you wish to click and which ones bore you. Find the ones you like and learn from them. The swipe file concept works just as well for title ideas you can adapt to your own purposes.

  • Target titles to your desired visitors. Titles written for one specific group of people may not work for another. Furthermore, remember the marketing adage that if you advertise to everyone, you’re advertising to no one.

  • Keep it as short as possible. If there’s something you want to say or provoke with a title, don’t drag it out. Fiddle with it until you use the least amount of words to get the desired effect, because the people looking at it won’t take long to make a decision about it.

Titles can make or break a visit to your site or blog. Take the trouble to get them right.

Seriously, how do you make a beautiful, sellable ebook? Find your answers today with The Ebook Walkthrough!

My name is Ryan Ambrose, and I’m one of the co-authors of Can I Make Big Money Online.