Hi there 🙂
You’ll want this link in a moment: http://malka.im/e/epfvideo3
I hope your day will be just as bright and sunny as mine.
Today, when I’m done writing a few mails, I’m off to an important mission.
It a World of Warcraft mission, and it’s a difficult one. So wish me luck.
Speaking of World of Wacraft… My husband noticed paw tracks on his chair this morning, and lots of cat fur on his Alienware.
But of course, we have no suspects… Frostie claims his innocense…
Do you have any ideas about how big it is? I mean the measures?
I’m talking about the size of your video, or picture, of course. What did you think?
And yes, size matters.
Have you ever seen a blog (or a WSO sales page for that matter) where the picture or video was so large that it ruined the design of the site?
That happens, when your content area is 500 pixels wide, and you add a video which is 720px.
Luckily, there are tools that makes it easy to measure the width of your content area. I haven’t tried the Windows one mentioned below (I only use my PC for gaming, for updating blogs and to run Traffic Travis on).
But I use the Mac one all the time.
Here are two free rulers to measure everything you can see on your screen:
Do you want to see something funny? This is one of my first Amazon affiliate pages. No, it’s no longer online, and I didn’t make money from it, but I still find it amusing that it can be found:
You can have plenty of fun with that thing, the WayBack Machine.
This is how one of my first websites looked: http://web.archive.org/web/20011028222911/http://www.malkadesign.dk/home/britt/index.html
A year later, I made this, entirely with PHP. I didn’t dare to use a SQL database, yet, so I used text files.
I even have a random quote showing up, so if you reload, you get a new Danish quote, LOL.
Funny, isn’t it?
If you have any old pages out there, or just want to see how a site looked like in the beginning, you can go to http://archive.org/web/web.php and type in the URL in the Wayback Machine.
Oh, try Google.com and go back to 1999. MegaLOL 😀 “Might work some of the time”?
It’s not online yet, but I will just tell you in a few words what you can expect:
In this free video, Sara Young shares with you what the one thing is you need to get traffic, and to make your visitors click and buy.
When she told it, I thought: “Oh, yes, then she’ll say that you’ll learn how to in her course.”
She actually tells you the “how to” part as well.
Look for my mail at noon EST, or use this link when the time comes: http://malka.im/e/epfvideo3
Be prepared to take plenty of notes. I did. It’s really awesome stuff.
You know how some people always try to steal the picture? Well, dogs, too…
This is just one of the interesting questions Sara Young asks in this video, where she’s interviewing two newbies.
One is Chris from UK, who saw himself laid-off all of a sudden and needed to make money online.
The other one is Kimji – a Philippine hired writer, who was asked to use Easy Paycheck Formula 2, and when he saw how it worked, he decided to start on his own.
They both answer questions as:
This video is not only inspiring. You also learn a lot.
I’ll send out a reminder, but should it not get out in time, you can go here to watch the interview for free:
==> Watch it here: http://malka.im/e/epfvideo2
Sara Young gives away a video that shows her formula for making money online with free means and on auto-pilot. Once the system is set up, it keeps running.
I know this to be true, because the blog post I made in 2010 still brings me money.
Even if you have no intention of buying her Easy Paycheck Formula 2 later on, you should go and watch the video.
You can learn a lot from it, and judging from the comments below, people love it.
It will only stay up for seven days, so you’d better watch it now: => http://malka.im/e/epfvideo1
P.S. What tips would you like me to bring? Don’t be shy. Click here and send me a NEW mail mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org