You’ll want this link in a moment: http://malka.im/e/bubblews
I didn’t send a mail yesterday. Somehow, I felt it would be improper to talk about Internet marketing, when people were fighting for their lives in a tornado.
I hope that you and your family and friends are all doing well.
Nature can really be cruel, and after so many year’s of civilization, there’s still so little we can do.
- I Hate that Kid
- First Bubblews Payout
- Clarifying: How to Get WP Auctions Free
- Funny Stuff
- Don’t Forget the Good Stuff From Last Time
I Hate that Kid
Nah, I don’t really hate him, of course, but let me tell you what happened.
In February, I was contacted on Facebook by somebody who were creating a Joint Venture forum. It was meant to make it easier for us to share out product launches with affiliates, and as affiliates to get access to review copies and news about launches beforehand.
I also added him on Skype.
So two nights ago, he contacted me on Skype to tell me about his upcoming launch of a product called PPV Madness.
I got a review copy, and in the introduction video he tells us that he’s been making money online since 2006, and that he’s 18 years old, and that he makes six figures yearly!
18 years and have already been in business that long and making that kind of money?
Well, obviously I don’t hate him. In fact, I admire people who take action and go for their dreams.
This product looks interesting.
I sent him an email about it today, because there are things that aren’t totally clear to me.
It’s a video course, and the sound is great. Dan Dasilva isn’t a born teacher, though, but that has its advantages, too.
He messes with something he wants to show us in video 3, but instead of cutting it away, he leaves it in the video. In fact, that’s not that bad, because if you made the same mistake, you would now know how to handle it.
I’ll tell you more about this product, when I have his answers. It hasn’t launched yet, so there’s no hurry.
First Bubblews Payout
You’ve heard about Bubblews, right?
That neat new site where you just have to write 200 characters at least and then you can make fast and easy money?
Well, it seems to work, and Anna from our Facebook Group has asked for her first payout of $25.48.
Link to sign up => http://malka.im/e/bubblews
Although I’m not sure this good thing will last, I think it’s worth investing a bit of time in it to see, how it will do.
Finding that bit of time, is obviously always the problem…
Anyway, sign up, if you have a few minutes to spare here and there.
Clarifying: How to Get WP Auctions Free
Two days ago, I sent out a tip about how you could sell domains, you didn’t want to keep, or any other stuff on auctions on your blog.
This is what I wrote:
Instead, I installed a little plugin called “WP Auctions” – it’s free and easy to use.
You can see it on the site, and if you want to bid on it, please do. You might get lucky and grab the domain plus text content and pictures for $5.
Check the auction plugin, and use it if you encounter a similar failure: ==> http://dishfordinner.com
I got a mail from a subscriber, who said that this plugin costed a lot of money, and that made me realize that I’d explained this very badly.
Yes, WP Auctions exists in a Pro version, too. I haven’t checked the price. I use the free version only.
The way you can grab the free version is by logging into your blog, and from the Dashboard, go to “Plugins” -> “Add New” and write “WP Auctions” in the search field. At the moment, the version is Version: 2.03b Lite.
I hope this helps.
Tell me… Is this a PC only thingy?
Don’t Forget the Good Stuff From Last Time
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About the author: Britt Malka has been marketing online since 1996. She bought her first domains back in 1997 when they cost a small fortune.
She quit her day-job in 1995 and hasn’t looked back since.
During the day, she loves to help others get started online. At night, she loves to play a blood elf in World of Warcraft, being proud of her dark side.
Besides in author bios like this one, she rarely speaks about herself in third person.
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