I was asked to do a review of this site: www.credit-cards-rates.com/ At first, I had doubts about the relevancy for this blog, but then it hit me: How much business can you do online, if you don’t have a credit card? None! So I took a look at the site. And it was worth it.
I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it’s still free.
I just love the reasoning behind this promo 😉 Go and check it out!
Often, we are so busy trying to make money that we tend to forget that saving money on many occasions is better. Peazyshop is not only about making money, but it’s a money saving blog. This is a sponsored review of Peazyshop.
Perhaps you have already received on or more salesletters promoting Operation Money Pump?
I have, and one of them was so well written that I took a look at the site. What I saw sounded really, really good! Read on to know, if I still think that after having read the book (67 closely written pages). You may be surprised.
You’ll never know what ads may come, when you have shuffled off… sorry, got carried away there 😉 But you are preparing a site or just a page about a certain subject. What ads would Google should on your site, do you think?
You can only guess, and a guess is perhaps not good enough, when it comes to maximasing the profit from your site.
So how about a little help?
Do you want to make money from an activity, you are already doing?
If you answer No, I’ll tell you that you are reading the wrong blog 😉
But honestly? Would you like to make some profit from what you are already doing on the Web? Writing blogs, networking, putting up movies and pictures on your site?
Nothing could be easier 🙂
Tellman Knudson is one of my favourite Internet marketers. He also happens to be one of the best, when it comes to list building, so I will let him tell you about how you can begin building your list. You have to go through seven steps, but Tellman explains it all so well and easy to understand. Just read on:
Well, “new” might not exactly be the right word to use, because it is actually the fourth time John Chow is putting a signed copy of “The 4-Hour Work Week” on a contest. Why is he doing this?