Monday, December 31, 2007

Millionaire Adsense Make Money Tips

There is an increasing realization that Adsense has the potential to make a great deal of money for bloggers and other publishers to the extent of creating an increasing number of millionaires, especially amongst those who are willing to implement critical tips and secrets to maximize their earnings.

So what are some of the most critical millionaire Adsense make money tips that somebody can implement? It actually starts with content. The more pages of content you have the more money you'll make from Adsense.

The problem of course is that it takes time to build adequate number of pages and yet understandably those seeking millionaire Adsense make money tips are in a great big hurry. The solution is to mix your own original content with other people's content. Here you have to be careful because search engines are really clamping down on duplicate copy by heavily penalizing guilty sites. There are ways and means of using other people's content and still making your pages unique and safe from being branded duplicate content.

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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Building an Affiliate Website 101

In this article we will cover the basics of building an affiliate website. While there are many elements that go into building an affiliate website, we are going to focus on three key technical aspects here:

1) Domain name and hosting. First, you will need to get a domain name and hosting for your affiliate website. You can get a domain name for around $10. Hosting can cost as little as $4.00 a month – and you usually pay for a month or two up front. Some web hosting services will give you a discount on the domain name if you sign up for hosting at the same time.

When choosing a hosting company check their reliability. Remember, if their servers goes down your visitors will not be able to access your affiliate website. Also, find out about their customer service – can they only be reached by email, or can you also reach them by telephone, or online chat?

One last item: If you plan to build an affiliate website on your own, you should have at least a basic knowledge of html programming. You will also need how to set up a hosting account, create your “home page”, upload files, etc. In addition, you will also need to have an eye for designing a professional looking website.

2) Autoresponder. If you are serious about building an affiliate business you will want to get an autoresponder. An autoresponder lets visitors to your affiliate website “subscribe” and “unsubscribe” to any ezines, or ecourses, you offer. It allows you to build up a list of subscribers that you can email offers to on a regular basis. This is important because many visitors to a website do not buy on their first visit.

An autoresponder service can run about $20 a month. If you want software instead, it can run about $100-300. No matter which option you choose for your affiliate website, make sure you comparison shop. You will want to look for a high deliverability percentage (close to 100%), ease of use, and good customer support, among other factors.

3) Website template. There are a number of free website templates out there. I just came across one template package which was only $5 – and the website templates looked very professional. Other templates can run about $60 or more. You will have to shop around to find the one that’s best for your affiliate website. If you end up buying a template, then you will need to know html in order to include your headlines, text, and affiliate links.

One final note: If you don’t want to hassle with most of the items mentioned above, there are some turnkey website solutions out there that will do most of the technical work for you. These packages start at $200 and up. Some have annual fees, some don’t. They not only save you time and frustration, but many come with added features such as search engine optimization (SEO) features designed to maximize your affiliate website’s chances of ranking high on the search engines.

Which option is best for you when it comes to building an affiliate website? If you’re proficient at html programming, have the time, and enjoy creating a website then the “do it yourself” method is most likely your best choice. However, if you know little or nothing about html programming, and want to get an affiliate website up and running quickly, then a turnkey website solution is probably best.

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Choosing an Autoresponder: 7 Things to Look For

Having an autoresponder is critical if you are selling a product or service on your website. Why? Because an autoresponder allows you to build a list of “subscribers” over time that you can email your offers to. This way, if a visitor signs up for your ezine or ecourse but doesn’t buy from you the first time, they’ll receive future offers from you – and they may just buy when they see an offer that interests them.
Here is an example:

Let’s say you have a website that sells ebooks on gardening. When a visitor comes to your website a little window pops up inviting them to subscribe to your free 5-part gardening ecourse (that you’ve written). The visitor signs up by providing their name and email address. For the next five days your autoresponder sends them each part of the course. You don’t have to do a thing; it’s all automated – if you have the right autoresponder service of software.

So how do you find the right autoresponder service or software? Well, you come up with a list of criteria and apply them to the specific autoresponder service or software you are looking at:

1) Ease to set up and use. How easy is it to set up and use the autoresponder service or software? If you are not computer savvy then this will be an important consideration. Find an autoresponder service or software package that’s easy to set up and use.

2) Number of campaigns or messages. Does the autoresponder service or software limit you to a certain number of campaigns or messages? Does it limit your use to one website? You want to autoresponder service or software package that does not limit the number of campaigns or messages. Also, if you have several websites you want one that allows you to use the service or software package for all of them.

3) Auto subscribe and unsubscribe features. Any autoresponder service or software you are considering should automatically process “subscribe” and “unsubscribe” requests. You will also want to confirm that the autoresponder service or software package provides a “double opt-in” option for all new subscribers – this can help to reduce any SPAM complaints against your website.

Here is an example of how “double opt-in” works: When a customer subscribes through an autoresponder service or software package with the “double opt in” feature, they receive an email saying that their subscription request was received – and to please click on the link in the email they just received to confirm their subscription request.

4) Autoresponder email formats offered. Does the autoresponder service or software package allow you to send emails in both text and html? If the html option is offered, are templates provided?

5) Deliverability. With so many junk email filters out there today, you want to make sure your emails get to subscribers. So when it comes to any autoresponder service or software package you are considering find out what their deliverability rate is. Though none will be 100%, you want to get as close as possible to that number.

6) Customer support. If you are having a problem with your autoresponder service or software package, you want access to good customer support. Does the service or software provider offer online chat, email support, and/or a telephone number you can contact if you need help?

7) Tutorials/videos. Having access to tutorials and videos can really cut down the learning curve on a new autoresponder service or software package. It’s even better if, in addition to the technical tutorials and videos, marketing related resources are available showing how you can use the service or software to grow your web business.

In this article we have covered seven things to look for when choosing an autoresponder. You may come up with some additional items to look for. But at the very least this list of criteria should give you some points to consider when you are choosing an autoresponder service or software package.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

How to Get Free Backlinks from Blogs with Descent PR?

Congratulations for having a make money online blog !!! You may be worried now- how to get back links from blogs with descent PR? Now I am going to reveal you how to get those backlinks.

Have you ever seen a small plug-in in most of the popular blogs called "Top commentator"? You can make use of this plug-in to get free back links.

Initially choose popular blogs in your niche from Technorati by using a search box in this site. Then make comment on the blogs with top commentator plug-in. Beware if you spam them, you will be blocked forever...i.e the comments should be genuine and useful to these blogs.

As your number of comments on a particular blog increases, you can get a suitable berth in the plug-in with a perfect backlink for your blog. In this plug-in your name will be displayed along with a link to the homepage of your blog.

If you want traffic from these blogs, you can choose a catchy nick name for making comment on the blogs say- Brittle star, Pixel head, Mommy blogger, Adsensing, etc...

Within a week you can manage to get at least 50 links, if you have posted at least 5 comments in each of the 50 blogs. Make use of this plug-in for building backlinks as these links in the top commentator box doesn't have no-follow tags.

Anyway, thanks for stopping by, and hope all your holiday activities are not keeping you too busy not to make money online.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Adding Value to Your Information Product

With so many ebooks and other information products on the internet today, how can you make your offer stand out? That's what we will cover in this article:

1) Bonuses. Throwing in bonuses with your offer is an effective way to add value. But with so many other internet marketers offering bonuses with their information products, how can you differentiate yourself? Start by choosing bonuses that compliment your main information product. For example, if you are selling an ebook on article marketing, you could include a report on how to write great articles.

Where can you find bonuses to offer your customers? You can create them yourself, download them from a number of different free ebook sites, or purchase private label rights to ebooks and reports that you can modify and give away with your information product. Of course, you will want to check for any licensing restrictions when it comes to distributing ebooks or reports published by others.

Ideally, you want to throw in a few bonuses with your offer. If you throw in five bonuses with your information product that's a good start. In addition, if you can put a valid "retail" price on the bonuses (example: Retail value of all 5 ebooks: $120!) that's even better.

2) Give more than your competitors. We all love to get the maximum value for our money. That's why you want to try to deliver more than your competitors. Let's go back to the article marketing ebook example. Suppose your competitor is offering a similar ebook at a similar price. Why not also include article submission software as part of information product offering; or maybe you'll offer two ebooks for the price of one; or what about a free article marketing email consultation with you as part of your primary offer? These are just some examples. Get a pencil and piece of paper, and ask yourself: "How can I give my customers more than my competitors?”

Remember, the more value your visitors see in your information product the more sales you will make. So take time to think about how you can make your information product offering highly competitive.

3) Make sure your information product is presented professionally. Another way to add value to your information product is to have solid sales copy on your sales page and a professional looking website.

If you are not good at writing sales copy, or don't want to, then you can purchase sales letter software or hire a freelancer that fits your budget. To give your website a professional appearance you can use website design software, a website template, or hire a freelancer. Of course, much will depend on your budget and how much time you can dedicate to the task.

A professional looking website with strong sales copy can equal value in the eyes of your potential customers because people tend to be visual. Haven't you ever purchased one information product over another because it had a more professional looking website? You may have even paid more for the information product, because of the perceived value.

In this article, we have looked at three ways you can add value to your information product. How many are you using right now? And are you maximizing each one? If not, or if your information product sales are not where you want them to be, it's worth re-evaluating your current offering to see if you can add more value - it just may be the answer to more sales!

Monday, December 24, 2007

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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Inside AdSense: Introducing the Ad Review Center

In an effort to provide you with more transparency and control over the ads appearing on your pages, we've developed the Ad Review Center. This new feature, which we'll be rolling out to publishers over the next few months, will allow you to review ads placement-targeted to your site and ensure those ads are relevant to your site's users.

For More details, Inside AdSense: Introducing the Ad Review Center

Sunday, December 16, 2007

How to Choose Ebook Compiler Software

With well over one hundred ebook compiler software packages out there today, how do you choose the one that is best for you? The best place to start is to come up with a list of features that are important to you. This will narrow down the choices pretty quickly.

If you don’t know what features to look for in an ebook compiler software package, let me help you out. Here’s what I looked for when I was choosing an ebook compiler software package:

1) Ease of use. In other words, how easy is it to create an ebook with the software? This is critical – especially if you are not technically savvy, or have never “compiled” an ebook before. I tested a number of ebook compiler software packages before making final selection.

Ease of use” was high on my list of criteria, because if I couldn’t figure out how to use the software I could not create my ebook. On that note, if the publisher offers a demo version of the ebook compiler software make sure you download and “test drive” it before you commit to purchasing it.

2) Creates a professional looking ebook. What will your customers think of your ebook’s appearance when it’s done? I’m not talking about the cover, but the look of the ebook’s pages (borders, color scheme, etc. – sometimes referred to as “skins”), the navigation, and what customers will see when they click on your ebook’s icon and it opens up on their screen.

Will your ebook project a professional look, or will it look like it was put together with low budget ebook compiler software? Each ebook compiler software package will have its own look and feel for the ebooks it produces.

Many ebook compiler software sellers even offer free downloads of a “sample” ebook created with their software – make sure to download any samples offered by the ebook compiler software company. Go through the ebook as if you were a customer and ask yourself these questions: Does it look professional? Is it easy to navigate? Chances are you will find the look and feel you like relatively quickly.

3) Has security features. Does the ebook compiler software provide security features that help prevent the theft of your ebook?

Here are a few examples of common ebook security features:

Customers need a pin number, which is usually provided at the time of sale, to open the ebook.

The ebook is “locked” on one system so customers can’t pass it on to their friends, or distribute it on the internet (or begin selling it themselves!)
The customers’ access to the ebook can be deactivated if they request a refund.

The “print” feature can be turned off so customers cannot print out your ebook and then request a refund.

Some ebook compiler software packages allow you to disable the “cut & paste” feature so customers cannot cut and paste the contents of your ebook.

The ebook compiler software packages that do offer the above features usually provide an option that allows you to turn each one “on” or “off”. These security features are examples – some ebook compiler software packages may offer fewer features, and some may offer more.

4) Customer support. This is an important consideration. If you have a question, does the ebook compiler software provide customer support? If so, do they provide it by telephone and email, or just email? Do they have a stated response time (i.e., we try to respond within 24 hours)?

If the ebook compiler software provider you are considering doesn’t mention their customer support policy, email or call them and find out.

5) Fits your budget. As of this writing, most ebook compiler software packages range from about $29 to $97. There are some that cost more and some that are less, but in my experience this seems to be the average price range.

By the way, the highest priced software doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the best, nor does the lowest priced software mean it’s of poor quality.

So if you can afford $97 that gives you more software packages to choose from ($97 or less). If you can only afford $50, then you may be a little more limited ($50 or less). Once you’ve figured out what your budget is, apply the other criteria we discussed.

Those are the five features I looked for (and applied) when I was selecting ebook compiler software. Hopefully, you will find these criteria helpful as you shop for an ebook compiler software package.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

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Saturday, December 8, 2007

Automating Your New Internet Business

If you are planning on starting a new internet business, there are three tools you will want to use to automate it:

1) Autoresponder
2) Digital product delivery software or service
3) Payment Processor

These tools can save you time and money in the long run, and also help you make more sales. Let’s look at these three tools in more detail:

1) Autoresponder. An autoresponder allows your visitors to sign up, or "subscribe", to your ezine; or "unsubscribe" if they wish by clicking on a link in your email. Everything is automated.

Here is an example of how an autoresponder automates your new internet business: A visitor comes to your website and is greeted by a "pop up" offering them a free 7-day ecourse. They then enter their name and email address. Within seconds your autoresponder sends them a confirmation email, asking them to please confirm that they subscribed before sending them the first installment of the 7-day ecourse. This is known as "double opt-in" meaning the subscriber must confirm twice that they want to receive your emails - once when they sign up and once when they receive your confirmation email. This feature is important because it can help prevent, or at least reduce, any SPAM complaints.

2) Digital product delivery software or service. If your new internet business is selling an ebook, or other digital information product, you will want to use a digital product delivery service or delivery software package. Why? Because it automates the delivery process, and also protects your download link.

If you use a digital product delivery service or software package for your new internet business, here is a typical example of how it would work: Your customer clicks on your order button, and then enters their payment information. Once the payment is processed the service or software re-directs them to your download link. The customer would then download their ebook.

Most digital product delivery services and software packages will "mask" your download link so the customer cannot share it with friends or post it on forum - which would allow others to download your ebook without paying for it.

3) Payment processor. If you want your new internet business to be able to accept credit cards or other forms of payments such as checks, you will need a payment processor. Setting up a merchant account and shopping cart for your new internet business can run a few hundred dollars.

However, if you use a third party payment processor the cost to get up and running can be as little as $50 or even free. You are then charged per transaction. Typically there is a small flat fee, plus a percentage of the total dollar amount of the sale. To find a third party payment processor, simply type that term into your search engine and start comparison shopping the various choices.

You now know three ways to automate your new internet business. However, keep in mind that there are a lot of services and software packages out there to choose from. So a good place to start is by comparison shopping the various options available in each of the three categories we discussed. You will want to consider ease of use, price, features, customer support and reliability, among other factors.

Choosing the right services or software packages to automate your new internet business can save you both time and money in the long run – and can potentially increase your sales!

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Make Money Online with Article Marketing

Wanna make money Online? Although there are numerous ways to earn money online, the best method to earn money is "Article Marketing". Here I am going to discuss simple ways to earn money online by promoting your website.

Writing and submitting articles to article directories, often referred to as “article marketing”, can be a very powerful way to drive traffic to your online business. If you are not familiar with how article marketing works, here's an overview:

First, you write some articles relating to your online business's theme. For example, if you have an online business that promotes auto responders, then write some articles on auto responders. The articles should be about 300-700 words, have a catchy title, and provide useful information.

Using the auto responder website example, maybe your first article might be titled: "3 Powerful Auto responder Marketing Secrets". Then you would write an article expanding on those three points.

At the end of the article you would include a brief bio about yourself, and a link to your online business. You will want to make the bio interesting because you want readers to click on your link.

Here's an example: A.G. Smith runs www..... .com, a website dedicated to auto responder marketing. To get his free report "7 Keys to Effective Auto responder Marketing" click here.... (You’d then insert a link to your website).

Notice in the above example there was an incentive, a free report, for the reader to click through to your online business. Providing some sort of free incentive is an effective way to get readers to click through to your online business.

If you haven't written articles before don't be intimidated, it's pretty easy. Take the first paragraph of your article and simply state what the article is about. Next, cover the topic, which can be about 6-10 paragraphs. You then add a final paragraph summarizing your article. That's it!

If you are still uncomfortable writing, visit some of the article directories and read other articles to get a feel for style and organization. There are some very good e-books out there on writing articles. Finally, you could always hire a freelancer to write articles for your online business - but that's another article in itself!

Once you've written and proof-read your articles, it's time to submit them to the article directories. Identify the most popular article directories first. How? Simply type in "top article directories" into your search engine and see what comes back. Most article directories require you to register before you submit your articles. So after you register, you can begin submitting your articles to the various directories.

There are three ways you can submit your articles for making more money:

1) By hand, which is the most time consuming because there are hundreds of article directories on the internet

2) use an article submission service which takes a fraction of the time because you submit your articles to their site only, and then they in turn distribute your articles to hundreds of other article directories, or

3) article submission software. This is much quicker than submitting your articles by hand to each directory, but typically not as fast as using a service.

You now know the basics of promoting make money online with article marketing. However, this article only scratched the surface of what can be a very effective marketing approach. Take time to learn as much as you can about article marketing – it will make you that much more effective when you begin promoting your online business with article marketing.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

5 Common Mistakes in Affiliate Marketing

If you are involved in affiliate marketing, you always want to be looking for ways to increase your affiliate sales. One way to do that is to eliminate any mistakes that may be costing you sales. In this article we will look at five common affiliate marketing mistakes, and steps you can take to correct any that you may be making:

1) Simply providing an affiliate link. This is a common mistake of those just getting started in affiliate marketing. They put an affiliate link on their website, with little or no additional content, and then wonder why they have made little or no sales.

Anything worthwhile takes some effort, and affiliate marketing is certainly no exception. What this means is that the affiliate marketer should offer lots of valuable content on their website and then include the affiliate link as a tool or resource that the reader can use to implement what they learned in the article.

Let me give you an example: Suppose you are an affiliate for some search engine optimization (SEO) software. Instead of simply putting your affiliate link on your site, write an informative article also. Maybe you’ll write an article titled: “5 Things to Look for When Shopping for SEO Software”, or “3 Common SEO Mistakes” – something like that. Then at the end of your article include your affiliate link to the SEO software package you’re promoting. Now it’s a resource for your visitors instead of just another link someone wants them to click on.

2) Not knowing the product or service. Too many internet marketers, lured by high commissions, end up promoting a product or service they know little or nothing about. Some make sales but a number do not.

Knowing the product or service you are promoting, and the industry it’s used in, can give you a tremendous competitive advantage in the affiliate marketing arena. Here’s why: If you know the product or service you are promoting, and the industry it serves, you can become an expert – a resource for your visitors. You’ll know the technical aspects of the product, how to maximize its results, typical questions buyers have, etc.

If you know the industry, then you will know the key challenges its participants face – and how the product or service you are promoting can help them. You can use this knowledge by participating in forums, answering emails from your customers, and by writing articles – all which represent opportunities to include an affiliate link to the product or service you are promoting!

3) Not being interested in the product or service. This goes hand-in-hand with number two above. An affiliate marketer sees an affiliate program paying a huge commission and jumps at it. They may have little or no interest in the product or service being offered. This is a mistake.

Why is it important to be interested in the affiliate product or service you are promoting? Because it comes across in your website’s sales message to your potential customers. After all, if you don’t find the results of the product or service your promoting exciting (or believable) then how can you communicate otherwise to potential customers?

4) Choosing a low paying affiliate program. Once you’ve found an affiliate program you’re excited about, and you know something about the product or service, it’s time get down to the bottom line: Commissions. Everything else being equal you want to promote the program paying a $50 commission versus a $25 commission. Now notice I said “everything else being equal”. This is where you will need to do your homework and really evaluate each affiliate program you are considering.

5) Choosing a low converting affiliate program. Many new affiliate marketers don’t pay much attention to the conversion rate of a particular affiliate program – and end up losing potential sales they may have otherwise made.

It’s very important that you find an affiliate program with a high conversion rate. A high conversion rate means they know how to sell the visitors you send to them. It can take a lot of time and effort to generate each visitor you send to an affiliate link, so you want to maximize the chances of converting them to sales.

You now know five common affiliate marketing mistakes – and what you can do to avoid them. Review each mistake and see if you are making any of them. If so, take steps to correct them. It may be just what you need to increase your affiliate marketing sales.

Monday, December 3, 2007

Make Money Online Through Online Surveys

Most of the online surfers make use of the online survey sites to make money online. This is not from Google Adsense or selling some kind of product on your website but just a matter of doing it the right way. Too good to be true?

What is Online surveys?

This is a method of gathering information for companies. Most of the surveys include set of questions that require a participant to answer and then the obtained information will be provided to the company as a feedback about their product For this purpose, the companies are willing to pay a fee.

While browsing the net, I came across to a site that gives $6.00 Welcome Survey After Free Registration!. Participation of surveys in this site involves couple of factors. They haven't fixed limit on the number you can do a day.If you're qualify for survey, you'll be provided with a link to it.

They are paying through paypal.

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