You’ll want this link in a moment: http://malka.im/e/ppvmad
It’s hot and sunny outside, and it’s Friday 🙂
I have a few duties to do, and after that I’ll be relaxing.
You’ll hear from me later today, though, and tomorrow with this week’s top 3 products.
Have a nice weekend!
You know how some authority sites are just impossible to beat, right?
No matter what you do, they seem to drag all the traffic over to their site and leave almost nothing for you.
Well, instead of getting frustrated by that fact, why not piggyback on their success and make money?
That is what Dan Dasilva will teach you how to do in a product launching later today.
The product is called “PPV Madness”, and while the idea is brilliant, Dan is not a good teacher.
You’ll probably see promotions for this later from marketers who’ll only tell you all the good things about this product.
Well, I’m not one of them. I’ll send out a mail just before launch at 3PM today, and there I’ll tell you more.
And I’ll offer you a bonus you’ll need, because by asking a lot of questions and by testing, I finally understood what he was striving to teach.
And I’ll give you my notes and the “WHYs” to support you, when you buy through my link.
In case you don’t see my mail later, here’s the link: http://malka.im/e/ppvmad
You should get the bonus automatically, but if anything goes wrong please contact me through http://malkasupport.com, and I’ll get back to you Sunday.
Getting traffic involves more than just putting up the right keywords in the right places and spam some blog posts with poor comments.
Bad marketers will never figure that out, and good ones never thought it was like that.
But still… What do we do to get more traffic?
Here’s Kim Roach’s epic blog post about her 23 steps to 100,000 visitors. Follow along here:
You’ve probably heard that Google came out with Penguin 2 yesterday (I think it was).
I’m not too concerned, since I never rely on rankings in Google only.
But you might want to know how well your site is doing in Google, Yahoo, Bing or other search engines?
If you just do a search and check where your site is, it will not show a reliable result, because Google takes your surf habits into consideration.
But this little tool will help you, and you can even use it in a free version:
It’s called Rank Tracker, and you can use it on a Mac, and both on Windows and Linux: http://www.link-assistant.com/rank-tracker/
And this is not really a pickup…
Don’t wait for bad thing to happen, before you take action.
Sign up today, and start backing up your computer now.
You can start by getting a free 15 day trial, and you don’t even have to give them credit card number or PayPal account. You just sign up, download, and then you’re good to go.
Do it now, before it’s too late ==> http://malka.im/e/backblaze
P.S. You cannot use them as a spare online storage service, only backup, but below I give you 20GB free storage.
Anyone need some extra file storage?
There’s a new online cloud storage service called Copy. You can get 20GB free when you sign up with a referral link (15 GB without) and then you can get a bonus 5 GB for every referral, so if you have a list or social following, it could add up to a very nice free storage space for you.
In case you do want it, here’s my ref link: http://malka.im/e/copy
Works a lot like Dropbox, only they’re being more generous with the free accounts.
Have you noticed how even small things end up by taking a lot of time? Like submitting your blog posts to Pinterest, Facebook, and all the other social pages…
Personally, I find it annoying, so I do it sometimes, but most often I forget about it.
This is why it made me happy to learn about a plugin that would do all tedious work for me automatically!
So I bought it ==> http://malka.im/e/postsocializer
I used it for a while on one particular blog, and a couple of days ago I wanted to use it on a new, and somewhat similar blog.
I found a plugin that would add a featured image (necessary for Pinterest), but still, this plugin refused to work.
I posted new posts. I deleted posts. Posted them again.
Nothing ever went to Facebook or Pinterest! GRRRRR!!!!
So after hours of testing and searching, I gave up (I hate doing that) and created a support ticket.
And hours later, I got a reply. I gave the vendor access to my blog, and he tested and fixed the problem.
He even installed a few other plugins that would be useful to me, some of his own products. Awesome!
This happens more than two months after I bought the plugin. I love service like that!
So it’s with full confidence that I tell you about this plugin again – it works! And the vendor is top notch!
P.S. Please do me a favor and tell me how you like my daily emails.