Weekly Tips

Its a Friday here in Singapore and I’m Going Fishing!

Well not fishing exactly, gonna hop over to Universal Studios (Singapore) and check out the rides, maybe pop into the Marina Sands Casino along the way. Quick unwind after a week of slugging out there with Google and finally sit down to some needed R&R. Random thoughts before I shut the computer down. While Adwords can be mean (and they've been pretty mean to pretty much everyone recently), and almost everybody is jumping ship to making money with plentyoffish, myads, trafficvance, mediatraffic, leadimpact, adbrite etc, and all different [...]

By |2010-07-29T23:09:39+00:00July 29th, 2010|Weekly Tips|1 Comment

A Different Kind Of Wealth!

A way to make money online is to go into product marketing. We're looking at ebay, alibaba, places where you can source for products then sell. Most of these products are manufactured in China, where the overhead and cost is low. Many good brands like the apple iphone are made in china also. As a home business entreprenuer, you'll want to be sourcing products from the smaller local factories or from the whole sale centres. I have been in GuangZhou for 1 month already and will share 1st hand [...]

By |2010-07-01T05:37:10+00:00July 1st, 2010|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Thoughts On Whether To Buy Traffic or SEO…

Buying Traffic is good because it offers a perfect litmus test before deciding whether or not to enter a market. With the right traffic souces, you can easily do about $10,000 per month online in your niche, then go into more permanent traffic sources such as blogging, or putting fresh new content on the net. Another good thing about paid traffic is that you can localise your money spent. If you're only targeting customers in a country like Singapore, then producing content for an international audience might not [...]

By |2010-04-18T05:30:54+00:00April 18th, 2010|Weekly Tips|1 Comment

3 Factors To Consider Before Building a List To Earn Money Online

You may have heard of the term list building and its usually associated with online wealth. The successful list builders have a good relationship with their subscribers and this list is often responsive to new offers available. For example, some lists that im subscribed to are new playstation 3 games where we can preorder for additional discounts when the dealer brings new titles in.  Here're some of the customer lists you can look to build online. 1. The Mass Consumer lightning list that makes 6 figures a year This kind of list [...]

By |2010-02-22T20:59:36+00:00February 22nd, 2010|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Online Marketing Tips

These are the kinda problems the higher then average earners will face. If you're doing $500 to $1000 a day, that's good, then there're some that do $5000 per day, even better then. 1. Accounts Get Banned - There's been a major clean up over at Google Adwords. The life time ban from using the google platform has affected MANY online marketers. It does not only affect those that run the google biz type of ads, those that run poor quality acai ads, funky rebills as an affiliate are also [...]

By |2009-12-28T16:20:48+00:00December 28th, 2009|Weekly Tips|2 Comments

Wednesday’s Network Payment Tip

Here are a couple of ways to get paid from the networks, withdraw your cash from your local ATM and spend it on your daily needs. Let's have a look. 1. Paypal Masspay Tip: This mode of payment will have your commissions paid to your paypal account. From your paypal account, you can withdraw your money to your banking account. 2. Check A paper check is sent to your home, where you'll cash in your check and withdraw the cash from your ATM. Tip: The cost to cash in checks [...]

By |2009-07-01T03:32:35+00:00July 1st, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Google Adwords Quality Score Insights

Imagine a new adwords advertiser with a keyword quality score of 7 after loading up a campaign while your ad has a similar keyword quality score of 7 as well. If the advertiser's ad is new, his domain is new, Adwords will charge him $1.67. If you have good adwords account history, you'll only need to pay just $0.43. So if you' come across an advertiser that's supposedly paying for premium position for a premium keyword, don't assume he's paying $2.00 a click. You and I as new comers wanting to advertise for that premium keyword may have to pay that [...]

By |2009-05-21T13:28:45+00:00May 23rd, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Thursday’s Pay Per Click Marketing Tips

Before we begin: If terms like negative matching, acronyms like PPC and long tail keywords sound alien, do set yourself up with this step-by-step course 1st >> Lets dive in... Question: How much should we set aside to see good profits in Affiliate Pay Per Click Marketing? Rule of thumb, if you plan to bid on 1000 keywords, you will want to set aside a budget of around $1000 and 7 days to test and get data. Having many keywords or even long tail keywords may seem profitable, however, the truth [...]

By |2009-05-07T23:11:06+00:00May 7th, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

5 Step Affiliate Article Marketing Formula

Objective: Identify a problem then identify a product that solves that problem. 1. To look for problems, visit these sites: -Yahoo Answers -Wiki Answers -Forums where people hang out. Read what they're "unhappy" about. 2. Bear in mind what people need, then write an article with a problem solving approach. The article must have a SEO headline. An SEO headline is usually the "problem phrase" Think of what you want to sell. If you want to Anti Dustmite bed pillows, the article could go like this. -----Example--- Title: Asthma [...]

By |2009-04-20T10:55:46+00:00April 20th, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Ad Crafting In Pay Per Click Marketing..

A good Pay Per Click Marketing ad can give us quality instant traffic and immense Profits. Google Adwords gives us  4 lines to make an impact on an audience going through the search engines. When crafting ads, the rule of thumb is that we want to include the keyword in the Adwords Ad. This allows the Ad to be bolded which is supposed to capture the audiences attention. However... Issues arise when 9 other ads in the sponsored search do the same. When that happens, the method becomes diluted and this technique in fact [...]

By |2009-04-16T03:02:00+00:00April 16th, 2009|Weekly Tips|3 Comments

Staying Safe As An Affiliate

Affiliate networks terms and conditions vary from network to network. What is permissible on one network may not be allowed on another. Some networks allow you to get away with minor repercussions, others will simply close your account. The stricter Publisher terms include: 1. The Use of Non-Publisher Owned Web Properties/Sites/Pages to Promote Advertisers. Other than paid search, publishers may only promote advertisers on Web pages/sites/properties that they, themselves, own or operate. Publishers may not place affiliate links/tracking code, nor promote Web sites that contain affiliate links/tracking code, [...]

By |2009-04-15T03:51:15+00:00April 15th, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Google Slaps.

Ever had a profitable PPC campaign that was suddenly slapped with $15 bids? This could be Google's manual review team taking a look at your site and deciding its a thin affiliate site. Even though the site may be full of content, it can still risk a chance of getting slapped. Here're some things you might want to take note off before building a PPC campaign, so you can avoid the same penalty. - Google prefers the main information to be given freely. Try not to force folks to give you opt ins before giving out information. [...]

By |2009-03-19T08:52:49+00:00March 19th, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Google Cash Detective Review

Remember the days of copying your best friends tutorials in school and college and getting As and Bs, that's what Google Cash Detective helps you do. At this very minute, there're millions of little direct linking campaigns going on all over the internet, and Google Cash Detective was made to uncover these campaigns. By the way, 2 essential mentions about this tool before you decide to grab the Google Cash Detective discount from here. -This tool does cost more then its competitors, but it helps to pay a [...]

By |2009-03-09T02:00:48+00:00March 9th, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

Spytools For PPC Marketing

What are PPC spy tools? These are basically tools that allow you to understand what keywords and ads others are bidding on so that you can make an informed decision whether or not a PPC campaign is profitable. Are PPC spy tools worth investing in? Most of the spy tools found in the market I don't use because while some take 30 days to give you results, others crawl keywords and ads that don't give you real time results. By the time you enter the market, the competitor [...]

By |2009-03-07T03:58:38+00:00March 7th, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

PPC Classroom 2.0 – FAQ

1. Do I need PPC Classroom to do well in PPC? To learn PPC on your own requires investment. For the "1st trial and error" phase, you'll need to put down $2000, and test things out. Go through Adwords's guides and be sure to track what keywords don't lead to sales, as well as which negative keywords to include in your campaigns. 2. Is PPC Classroom 2.0 a scam? PPC Classroom 2.0 is not a scam. Amit knows his work. The tricky part of PPC Classroom 2.0 comes [...]

By |2009-03-01T01:07:04+00:00March 1st, 2009|Weekly Tips|0 Comments

PPC Classroom – Live Coaching Bonus…

Hey yo, PPC Classroom is opening its doors again to a new batch of students. This time I'm going to offer something extra special just for you. Anyone that clicks on this link, purchases then sends the receipt to "sherman dot choo at gmail.com" will receive 45mins live one-on-one coaching bonus (worth $797). I'll show you shortcuts to PPC, and some PPC tricks not featured in the course. $7K++ PPC Classroom Salary *LIVE Coaching* Bonus Here's what you'll get: Live PPC Tweaking Of A New Google Adwords Account [...]

By |2009-02-22T06:37:39+00:00February 22nd, 2009|Weekly Tips|1 Comment

Questions about Adwords…from Tracking 202 forum

1. Should I have one massive keyword list and lots of ad variations to start and then group the keywords and ads to be more relevant? Massive Keyword List: Yes, as massive as possible to discover "funky" keywords that others don't bid for. Fine tune this list over the period of 1 week to a month. Group the Keywords: Yes, group them if possible, know however that sometimes, I just dump keywords together and group later. Ad Variations: Not necessary. You probably read in books of how you [...]

By |2009-02-11T01:58:45+00:00February 11th, 2009|Weekly Tips|1 Comment