One morning, not too long ago, I started my day as I usually do – by turning on my computer, then heading to the kitchen to make a coffee. When I returned to my office to check the email that had arrived overnight, it was quickly apparent that something was amiss. Eudora, the email program […]
Who on earth started the rumor that the Rosalind Gardner doesn’t get search engine traffic from having pages optimized for the search engines, but only pays for traffic? Oh, I can guess who that might be… but I won’t mention any names, ’cause he’s already at a decided disadvantage in super-affiliate-dom… and hitting your competitors […]
Many affiliate marketers have made good money using search arbitrage or ‘Google Cashing’. These affiliates advertise in Google Adwords, or other pay-per-click search engines, and send traffic directly to the merchant’s web site via their affiliate links. Although the ‘Google Cash’ method can work very nicely for many affiliates — in my not-so-humble opinion, I think […]
I was so busy last week revamping RosalindGardner.com that NPT-Tuesday came and went with barely a thought about publishing the NPT newsletter. All day Wednesday I toyed with the idea of writing a quick issue, but by Thursday my guilt had pretty much passed. However, it returned with a vengeance on Friday when Joel and […]
What: Yanik Silver’s ‘Underground‘ seminar Where: Washington, D.C., When: April 28 – 30, 2005. I could tell you who’s gonna be there, but then it wouldn’t be the ‘Underground’ seminar… so just click the link below… and shhhhhhh. ‘Underground’ seminar.
Building an affiliate web site that sells between 5 and 20 products is relatively quick and easy to do. An experienced webmaster could build a site like 101Date.com in a weekend. If it took a week or even a month to build, that’s a minor investment in a site that will reap rewards for years […]
When I started affiliate marketing back in early 1998, getting paid in U.S. Dollars was a huge bonus to me as a Canadian resident. At that time, one US dollar was valued at $1.43 Canadian. By late 2001, the greenback translated into $1.60 Canadian. Woohoo! Even if my merchants’ product prices and commission rates remained […]