Friday, December 23, 2005

Wordpress Plugin: Snowfall

I launched a new site today, along with a little seasonal gift

I have mentioned using Taggerati in the past, along with Blog Auto Publisher. This site has Taggerati implemented, although the tagging is currently being performed manually rather than by keyword list.

I currently have 13 or 14 pages on the site, and have only created one post. Every page is different, though I need a lot more content to make them truely unique.

I will have lots more plugins for Wordpress available soon.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

The Dowser - Nice Christmas Present

Whilst it has been slated as having a bit of a cumbersome interface, The Dowser has always been one of my favorite keyword research tools.

I don't use it exclusively, I also own The Keyword Bible (great for fast keyword list generation), Keyword Locator, and a number of other tools I use, free, purchased, and even a couple I wrote myself while learning some PHP.

I just received a most welcome email from the guys at The Dowser... it was long overdue

They have been keeping users equiped with additional tools over the last few months, and they have proven to be useful.

But there hadn't been a Dowser Update...

Until NOW!

Here is the email...

Early Season's Greetings to you!

Here's the most awaited Chistmas Goodie we have in store
for you...

** Introducing - TheDowser Professional V5.5 **

As a registered customer of TheDowser Professional,
you'll be able to download this new release at no cos.t.

TheDowser Professional V5.5 includes several major bug
fixes, including:
- Multiple Overture Security box pop-up problem fix
- Fixed formatting issues with Google and Overture
- Improved harvesting speed by 30%
- Reduced CPU consumption by 35%


Drum Rolls Please....

We've added the ability to extract Google Bids data from
Google AdWords Traffic Estimator for each keyword!

(You'll need an existing Google AdWords account to use
this feature)

** Google Bids Feature List **

TheDowser Professional Version 5.5 nows offers you the
ability to obtain Google Bid data for EACH keyword,
- Number of Clicks/Day
- Average Cost/Click
- Average Position
- Cost/Day
- Searches/Day

In addition, you'll be able to obtain the above data based
on SIX Maximum Cost-Per-Click and Keyword Matching options:

- $90 Max CPC and Broad Match Keywords (Default Setting)
- $90 Max CPC and Exact Match Keywords
- Google Suggested Max CPC and Broad Match Keywords
- Google Suggested Max CPC and Exact Match Keywords
- $0.10 Max CPC and Broad Match Keywords
- $0.10 Max CPC and Exact Match Keywords

** Other New Features **

We've also added a 'Tools' section (the right-most tab
located on the lower pane)

You'll find various sub-tabs available:
- Tools
- Competition
- Design
- Content
- Products

I will give you some feedback (and maybe even some screenshots) in a couple of days.

You can pick up a free version of the Dowser, and it is not in any way time limited

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Forget Dripping, the Content is going to Flow

I have been a little quiet for the last week, mainly cobbling lots of things together, and brainstorming a load of projects for my newly out-sourced programmers.

I also wrote 2 reports, one on Making Money from Blogging and the other on promoting your business with articles. Both will be released, along with a load of other reports soon (at least that is the plan).

Nigel posted a comment, but I thought it best to answer it here

Andy, I'd be interested in your thoughts on Content Desk ( versus PortalFeeder. Could you throw Content Desk into your mix of reviews along with Article Miner and Blog Auto Publisher? Content Desk is also asking a $197 per month fee, and it appears to me that PortalFeeder may to trying to compete with them. Would sure love to know your thoughts/experience. By the way, do you have a PortalFeeder site up yet?

I can create sites with Portal Feeder, but currently I don't have the inclination.

They don't have the features I am looking for yet.

The software does work, but the time involved in gathering content, and the final results without effectively redesigning a site with custom PHP stuff, means I am not going to make a huge effort trying to make it do thing it is not capable of on it's own without major modifications.

Dr. Mani has a strong belief that it is going to be a good system. He might well be right, it is not just a single programmer involved, but a whole team. Hopefully I will get a good taste of it before I have to make a final decision.

A week ago I joined an off-shoot of Content Desk, Content Propulsion Lab.

It seems to be a pretty good service, but the biggest value for me is the opportunity to grill Willie Crawford and Jack Humphreys on article marketing. Willie is not only one of the most helpful internet marketers I have encountered, he is also a sly fox, and I am going to enjoy learning some tricks.

The aim of Content Propulsion Lab is to exploit media to the maximum, whether it be articles, podcasting, or vlogging. They provide all the tools, tuition and with Content Desk, a massive exclusive distribution channel.

It was interesting listening to 2 different teleseminars on Article Marketing within a week. The Free seminar laid on by Article Marketer was very informative (a recording is available here), but at the same time extremely different.

The teleseminar from Content Propulsion Lab was more "in the trenches". It was more focused on how to make money from Article Marketing than how to write good articles.

Neither were like a hyped sales pitch in any way. I think a lot of the attendees for the Article Marketer teleseminar were existing customers, and the Content Propulsion Lab conference was purely customers.

A longer post about CPL was well overdue, but I have a major project that has to be launched... hopefully today.

Content Desk... I don't know. I am severely tempted to sign up in some way and convert my existing membership.

The hosting is worth a bit, though I have 8 hosting accounts spread around. I have no idea quite how powerful the tools are but I suspect I can do more with blogging and BAP. Their system is in constant development though, and maybe they have a few useful tricks in their toolbox.

The tools isn't everything. It is the learning experience and "peer group"

For instance I have made the effort of joining 2 teleconferences for CPL despite starting at 2am for me.

I am not making a fortune online yet, I spend a large chunk of my income in growing my business, with tools, domains and services. But I do it out of my profit.

I popped into the forum at earlier, I hadn't been there for a while.

Someone wanted to know what to spend $500 on, this was my reply

Don't spend any of that $500 on anything other than hosting and domain
names unless it is from your PROFIT. Only spend money to enhance profit you are
already making. If you spend miney in the hope of making money, there is a
huge chance you will spend it on something that will make a loss.
Alternative view...
If you have no knowledge (but I don't think that is the
case), then you wouldn't go far wrong with taking up the seasonal offers
with Sitesell for 2 SBIs The
learning experience with SBI is extremely valuable, and I haven't heard of
anyone failing totally with an SBI site who put a little effort into it, and
followed the guidelines.

That was thought to be a little vague, so I elaborated a little...

It is a little vague It is to avoid the urge of spending money just because you have this big wad of money, and have decided to take up internet marketing, without a clue about what you are doing, but also just as important, what you like doing. Even if a technique proves to be something you can make money at,
you might not like the way you are doing it, and might end up out of pocket a
few $100 from the attempt. If you don't like writing, have no technical
knowledge, and have no intentions to learn, as an example, you might not be
justified spending $500 on tools to help you create niche websites. The best
ebooks are the ones that teach a single system. Most of those ebooks cost money,
and very often are focused around specific tools. E.g. Neil Shearings recent
ebook. A nice system, many people have had success with it, but the tools
involved will burn through that $500 and then some, and you might not like doing
the work, or be capable of the technical aspects.

I have a fair number of income streams coming in now, and most of what I spend is from residual earnings. I spend sustainable earnings on the growth of more sustainable income. I finally took a chuck of money out of my business a week ago, but most gets recycled in increased PPC, my investment in out-sourced programmers etc.

Most people fail online. I wouldn't want anyone purchasing a product with my recommendation who wasn't already making money.

There is a common mantra that you have to invest money in any business to succeed. You don't have to, it just helps speed up things a bit (success or failure).

Hindsight is a wonderful thing. It is easy for successful people to say they were successful because they made a huge investment in something, and it payed off. That is like the lottery.

I tend to believe that those who will succeed in business will manage it, despite the hardships.

Many of the top marketers were broke when they started.

This is a long post with a lot of waffle, but it does have a purpose.

Anyone can learn how to setup a few Wordpress blogs. It will take time, but there is plenty of help available covering all the basics.

Read a few ebooks (I have some good ones in my library), though that is going to be expanded a lot soon.

Take part in all the free giveaways, and pickup some of the many open-source page generation scripts that are currently available.

Make money, and then invest it in your business.

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Saturday, December 10, 2005

Portal Feeder - I generated a site, but...

No I am not lying, I just managed to generate a site with Portal Feeder.

I had a couple of problems though:-

1. It didn't land up where it was meant to. I was generating it over on as an example site, and it ended up in the root directory. Not a major problem until...

It wided out the index file, fair enough, easy to replace, but every page on the domain stopped working. It has taken me an hour or so to work out what happened.

Here is the problem..

2. It seems Portal Feeder has a nasty habbit - I need to test this a little more to confirm, but ended up with the root directory, /public_html/ , CHMOD to 777 rather than 755

Many hosts don't allow 777 for the root domain. I can have other folders as 777 with no problem. I don't know the technical reasons, but 777 on my root domain just killed the site.

Errors comprised of

[Sat Dec 10 06:46:01 2005] [error] [client] Premature end of script headers: /home/myhostname/public_html/index.htm
[2005-12-10 06:24:52]: error: directory is writable by others:(/home/myhostname/public_html)

I am going to report the error, and just concentrate on a quick demo blog for you guys as Olga delivered the Blog Auto Publisher version I was looking for in my email overnight.

I don't have Article Miner reactivated, yet (I know the guys are taking a break, so it was expected - they gave a few weeks notification of their travel plans) - it doesn't affect new users, just those re-installing on a different hardware config, with a variable IP.

Thus I will use some good quality Private Label Rights content.

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Friday, December 09, 2005

Portal Feeder... sleeping

Yes I got some sleep after my marathon session. Switching over to a clean XP installation has also been time consuming. I still have over 100 apps to install, but I will get up and running over the weekend.

Portal Feeder was also sleeping a little over the last 48 hours. There is a lot of excitement on the forums, and an equal amount of constirnation. Customers obviously expect things to be working on day one.

I have actually managed to get something working today... The keyword bonus tool

It is actually quite useful. Whilst it includes features other tools don't have, that doesn't mean those features couldn't be easily added to other tools have been dragging their heals a little on the updates.
Some of the data seems a little "off" but then there are lots of tools that have been having problems recently due to search engine changes. Also because some of the results are different to what I expected to see, due to the way it works, they seem off, even though they aren't.
It does put a different perspective on keyword research, and whilst not as all encompassing as a tool like The Dowser, it gives different data. I have tested it with a few of the profitable niches I have found, and the data it gives confirms the results I have had.
It has fallen over on me a couple of times, but it is useful, and could easily be classed as a $100+ tool. It isn't for massive keyword research. It is for finding profitable niches.

Now the main Portal Feeder Client. I was actually shocked when I tried it on my clean WinXP installation... it loaded up and didn't crash. I haven't been able to create a site with it though.
Some aspects of the interface are interesting, others seem to be a wasted effort such as CSS styling, when it can already be in the template.

I have a teleconference to download that I didn't stay up for last night. Apparently the first program update will also appear later today.

Hopefully I will have Portal Feeder up and running over the weekend and have at least one example project to show you. There is a waiting list to be able to join Portal Feeder. How many slots become available really depends on how many drop out.

Also I will try to get an example of what can be done with Wordpress, Article Miner and Blog Auto Publisher to compare. I am not sure which niche I can base it on, and my Article Miner needs to be reactivated for my new XP installation. Good news is Olga (for Blog Auto Publisher) has just sent me a version for WinXP use (I previously has a Win98 build), thus I am not restricted in firepower, just short of amunition

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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Portal Feeder vs ...

I just lost a very long post, going into extreme detail the differences between Article Miner and Portal Feeder.

I am not going to do it so long this time...

Article Miner has more useful tags, and you can define the size of snippets and the layout. Portal Feeder hasn't/can't, but has a couple of features that balance this out.

The RSS component of Portal Feeder could be achieved with Carp.

Portal feeder has the edge on feeding.

There is an aweful lot I haven't seen yet (like the client) - it is taking me ages to transfer 40 GB of data from one HD to another so I can reformat the drive (I don't want XP on FAT32)

Portal Feeder is a powerful tool, but then are many free scripts.

Everything works, it all depends on how you use a tool, not just the technology.

If you add Blog Auto Publisher to Article Miner using Wordpress... hmm in most cases it blows Portal Feeder away, but it does take more time to get setup.

I suppose now I am meant to offer you a huge bonus or a discount on something, but I am not going to.

You have 45 minutes, I am not going to try to persuade anyone to make a choice, because it is very much an individual thing.

There are loads of nice bonuses with Portal Feeder. It suits the slightly lazy intermediate marketer. Don't buy it if you can't make money with a free tool. Portal Feeder is buggy atm. But unfortunately you can't wait until the bugs are cleared up before making a choice.

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Portal Feeder - more interface thoughts

Whilst still clearing up a HD for a fresh XP installation, I have been struggling along with the web interface... trying to at least create one small site with it.

I have got the knack of creating a smaller batch of articles, but getting them targetted in any way seems very difficult. The interface keeps refreshing, you never know what is currently selected for categories, and selecting based on keyword density is a lost cause.

I would have expected a nice AJAX interface, very Gmail like, it isn't.

The server seems to be taking a break atm (downtime?), so time for me to grab a coffee.

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Portal Feeder - Web Interface

I am giving up with the web interface.

Now regular readers of this blog, and some of my posts on forums might understand that quite frequently I can be quite harsh describing products I am absolutely delighted to own, such as Blog Auto Publisher.

I have mentioned a couple of times that Blog Auto Publisher has a very Windows 95 feel to the interface, it can be a bit clunky, but it has a huge amount of potential power.

Well certainly the web interface of Portal Feeder is "not there yet". In fact some aspects of it might need to be totally reworked.

As an example there is all kinds of styling information within the process that in my opinion just shouldn't be there, and might not even be suitable for all templates.

I would like to confirm that the sites discovered certainly seem to be Portal Feeder sites, so if you want to go searching for some to take a look, go back a few posts and you will find what to look for... if they are still up.

BUT.. yes it is a big but!

It is very easy to just change that filename. It is not hard encoded, it is just an example of one of the types of pages you can create.

The system could... and should have the ability to have an unlimited number of templates per site, but it doesn't. You could however easily use the available slots for slightly different purposes to how they are currently used.

I actually have a "junk site" being created now. With the web interface I had a huge problem refining my article selections, so this site is going to be... big

Also for some reason the drip interface wasn't working on the web interface. It seems to have some useful options.

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I am in... well sort of

I know my Win98SE installation is severely messed up, so Portal Feeder (desktop) not working on it is no great shock. Maybe it is fixable.

Marc did suggest a download of the Microsoft GDI libraries, but it didn't fix the problem.

He did however also mention that Portal Feeder has a web interface that can be used, so I am having a play around with that, whiclst at the same time clearing up a harddisk so I can stick a fresh installation of WinXP on it.

One thing I don't like about the web interface is it involves an aweful lot of popup windows to enter details, but we will see how things go.

I don't think it will be any shock to discover that the web interface is a backend to the site.

There are a number of clearly defined steps to creating a site.

One thing I think that is vital for me to point out is the fact that the system is extendable. You can create your own tokens.

Regarding footprints, it seems like they can be avoided, but you would certainly want to play around with the templates (although I haven't looked at all of them obviously)

Oh, it is time for a picture...

I am being a little carful on what I show, but it proves that the interface is capable of testing your ftp connection.

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They didn't give me a chance...

I have so far drunk about 2 quarts of coffee, but it is only 5am... plenty of time to get really ratty from sleep deprivation.

I didn't get a chance to send that email, Marc Quarles just responded, and it seems like things are going to be progressing much faster.

Maybe I am just a little too easy going, but so far I have no negative feelings. Obviously I am frustrated... chomping at the bit to get up and running, and a little disappointed I haven't been able to show anyone anything yet, but I still believe I have enough time to get things done.

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Still alive and kicking... but no Portal Feeder

Another 3 hours has passed, still no access to the forum, or the program.

Two hours ago a friend told me he had accessed the forum, but hadn't even tried to run the software yet.

I haven't seen anyone post anywhere that they have the software up and running yet, so if you know of someone who has Portal Feeder running, please let me know.

I am worried that if I do get it running, I won't have time to build anything and show you some example sites that you know are generated with the released version.

I am going to try another email...

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Email response

I just received an email from Jason Katzenback

Real progress...

Hi Andy I will forward this to Marc and get you taken care of.

Now that is just over 3 hrs response time... and I am sure they are absolutely swamped right now.

Obviously they have a few things that need to be straightened out, but maybe... just maybe I will be able to give Portal Feeder a serious workout... before the 24hrs are over.

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Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Portal Feeder - no response to email after 2.5 hrs

It has been 2.5 hours since I first sent an email to Jason Katzenback. No reply as yet.

I checked the support system for Portal Feeder, but only 3 older products are listed as topics of support. No sign of Portal Feeder there.

So I submitted a support query regarding Article Announcer. It was the highest ticket item, so might have better support time.

Here is the reply I received back from the support system (full documentation of this ordeal)

Dear Valued Customer,Thank you for recently submitting a support ticket to our
Help Desk at
This email is to let you know that your support inquiry has been received. One
of our Customer Support Representatives will be in contact with you as soon as
possible.Sincerely,The Jolt Marketing Support Team

I honestly expected to already be playing around with tokens and templates by now, as anyone with experience with related tools knows, that is what can make and break a product (as well as things like footprints)

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Portal Feeder - Footprints

Well I am still awaiting a reply from Jason Katzenback so I spent some time browsing the forums.

There is some hardcore analysis of Portal Feeder happening on Phil Wiley's forum.

Now this is not 100% confirms, but a few people claim that Portal Feeder leaves a massive footprint.

To find Portal Feeder sites, you just search for them on MSN

I have no idea whether this is some default configuration, or how they found a first site (maybe searching for article text).

Whatever tool made the sites, I must admit I don't like the numbered articles.

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Portal Feeder - 21:10

Here is a little update for you

23 minutes ago I sent the following email to Jason Katzenback (one of Jason Potash's partners)

Andy Beard to jkatzenback More options 8:48 pm (23 minutes ago)

Hi Jason

I am having some difficulties

I don't
have a user name for Portal Feeder
The support system does not have the
ability to setup a ticket for Portal Feeder

During installation
the following system error occured
Registration of some ActiveX controls
and/or Type Libraries failed. Installation will finish but the application may
not work properly. The following controls couldn't be

I am running quite a "congested" installation of Win98SE
I can't access
the forums to post this request as I have not been authorised yet.

So as you can see, I can't actually give you any detailed information at this time about Portal Feeder

I don't know whether I am alone in this situation. Maybe they are vetting applications as was suggested during the initial signup process. They certainly seemed to want assurance that the people buying Portal Feeder are people who are already making money online.

I certainly wouldn't suggest buying Portal Feeder unless it is something that will enhance your already profitable business.

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Portal Feeder Update

I just took the plunge and ordered Portal Feeder

Yes that is and affiliate link, because I don't want to have to come back and edit links at a later date, but at this moment in time, my verdict is wait and see.

Here are the reasons

You have 24 hours to make up your mind
Almost $400 up front, and then close to $200 per month from January (yes you do get the first month free)
The Terms and Conditions - there is a non-disclosure clause, so if you are likely to be making your own products in the future, this is something to think very carefully about.

The good news is that the up-front payment is 100% refundable for 3 months, and whilst the service charge isn't, you won't have any service charge to refund if you cancel in the first month.

I can't tell you a huge amount about my purchase yet, but despite the fact it has already gone 9pm here in Poland, I don't plan on going to sleep until I have tested Portal Feeder, and can give you full details (within the terms of the NDA) - yes that part is going to be a challenge.

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Hotting up - Portal Feeder & Stephen Pierce $1M+ in 2 hrs

This week is just insane for product launches.

First up, I just read that Stephen Pierce made $1,079,595.00 in just 2 hours on a trip to the UK. Now obviously there is a little bit of groundwork to do before the event, but that is some serious income from an audience of 2.5K

Portal Feeder is going to be launching in just under an hour. Things were a little bit controversial over the last few days regarding how many copies will be sold. There will be an unlimited number of memberships, but only for 24hrs. I don't expect it to be on sale for longer than the 24 hrs.

I am still not going to post an affiliate link for it. I have seen lots of information, but not enough to give you any idea of value.

Here is what I plan to do.

When the site launches, I am going to take a real hard look at the sales letter and compare it to what I can currently achieve using blogs.

I am also going to play very close attention to the terms.

In the terms I am looking for 3 things

1. Refund policy
2. Confidentiality Policy
3. Anti-competition policy

If there is enough in the sales letter to say that the tool might be of use for someone already making money using other tools, I will buy it.

I am then going to do a marathon for 24 hrs, providing some screenshots of using the product, my thoughts, and what I am sure you really want to see, some niche sites created with the software, by someone who will try to get the most from it.

I am not going to post an affiliate link here for the product unless I have tested it.

Here is what I wrote yesterday on the Portal Feeder blog yesterday. It didn't get a response, but to give Jason his due, it also didn't get moderated. That is a big plus. Hopefully PF will provide some features I am looking for, either now or in the future.

Hi Jason
Is there any way to generate hard links based upon defined
Preferably I would like the above to allow for multiple keyword
lists, with the ability to wrap them in some CSS.
Whilst the sites seem to be
static, because there will also be RSS feeds generated, it is much like an
advanced Blogger blog.
Whilst I am sure you will have categories, can a
single article belong to multiple categories?
Will there also be a way of
defining tags based on all keywords that appear within an article, for use with
Taggerati, Delicious, Shadows etc?
Following on from that (if it is
possible), will I be able to create pages based upon related tags, and possibly
tag clouds?
Now my questions might seem strange, but Portal Feeder is a CMS…
so is Wordpress.
I am trying to determine what Portal Feeder is capable of
compared to what I currently achieve using Wordpress blogs and a few mid-range
tools to feed them content.
There is no point having RSS if you are not using
it effectively.
I am keen to see what the ??? are
Take care

Thus in under 1 hour, just like many others I am sure, I will be heading over to the Portal Feeder site, and seeing if this product is worth putting down some serious dollars for.

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Sunday, December 04, 2005

Keyword scraping - metatags

No I haven't gone blackhat

I am playing around with autolinking based on keywords, through a tracker/cloaker, and then redirecting to affiliate programs.

I have lots of product lists for things like Clickbank, that include a description, but for some reason I can't find a list of Clickbank products with appropriate keywords.

There are a lot of Clickbank products, so it would be an aweful task to create a list manually for each.

I decided the ideal solution, to obtain the best keywords related to a particular product, is to take a lokk at the website of each product, and use the meta keywords.

I have plenty of general keyword craping tools I have never actually used, but none of them seem to be able to cope with a list of a few 1000 urls.

One possible solution I have just found might be:-

Web Data Extractor: Extract specific information from the web. A powerful web data / link extractor utility.URL:

Now I am going to be damn sneaky and use this as a high quality reciprocal link, thus at the end of this post I am also going to include their data, exactly as required.

I haven't actually tested the software yet, I have just downloaded what I believe is a demo version. It will be interesting how it copes with Clickbank redirects.

If anyone knows of a better tool to use, or maybe a script, please let me know. I don't just want a huge amount of keywords, it has to be associated with the URL as well.

Whilst my PHP is improving, I am not up to making a tool to do this all in one shot.

Oh, here is their information again... ;)

Email Marketing: Extract targeted company contact data from web for responsible b2b communication.URL:

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Thursday, December 01, 2005

Article Marketing - Expert Training - Free

I really hate doing things in a rush, and doing a cut & paste on this blog, but this is something important, and you will benefit from it greatly.

Best of all it is free, and the service it is promoting can also be used for free.

Article Marketer are hosting some Live training teleconferences on Article Marketeing. They are 100% free with no obligation whatsoever.

This is not going to be a thinly disguised sales pitch. They have lined up one of the top experts on article marketing.

Now Article Marketer is a service I use daily, and endorse 100% - I have made a nice income both from using the service to promote my own websites and affiliate programs, and also from promoting the service itself.

Just a couple of days ago they paid me my October commission... over $1K - most of that is residual income.
I can assure you they have only scratched the surface as far as potenial customers, and the service will continue to add features. It will soon become not only the fastest way to submit articles, and one of the most comprehensive and cost effective, it will be the leader in every category.

Here is the message regarding the teleconferences (yes there will now be 2, due to excessive demand)

On December 6, 2005, Article Marketer will present a FREE
one-hour article writing telecourse entitled, "Jump Right In, the Water’s Fine -
How to Start Writing Articles to Promote Your Business" by Internet expert
author and article marketing guru Maria Marsala.

Seats are limited to the first 100 people who register and
yes, we expect the seats to fill quickly. Ms. Marsala is well known in the
article marketing world. She owns several article distribution sites, has over
300 of her own articles published both online and offline, and consults with her
clients on how they can build their businesses using articles.

Here's the good news for you: During the class the students actually begin
writing an article. When they want it submitted, it means subscriptions (and
commissions) for you. We anticipate that a good percentage of the students in
this class will become Article Marketer subscribers.

Maria will teach people:-
  • Exactly how to write a winning article
  • 4 types of articles that quickly attract attention
  • 11 ways to use articles to promote your business
  • How to turn 1 article into 4 different articles

She is specifically focusing this course on helping students create a powerful article that will catch the eye of editors
and publishers. She will also help them understand how they can submit their
articles (using the Article Marketer service) to generate a ton of traffic and
referrals to the author's website.
The class will be held next week, so have your people register right away -
we expect the session to sell out quickly.

They can register at: Article Marketing Class

p.s. yes I do intend making money by promoting this free course, but I seriously hope it will help you make more money too. Article Marketer have this great "Customer For Life" policy.
If you do decide to give the service a try, go for the free service. Whilst I love making a little money from promoting Article Marketer, I also like my referrals to get the best possible value, and you will love the upsell.

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