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Social Networks / Re: Google+ anyone use it?
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:55:33 PM »
I haven't tried it yet, I think it requires an invitation...?

Google opened it up a couple days ago, so you're free to sign in with your gmail account and get to sharing.

So far I really am enjoying it. It's seems to be faster, somehow sleeker and not as messy as facebook. I might actually switch over to it. haha!

Social Networks / Re: Facebook fans for free
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:54:34 PM »
Hmm this is promising. But is it legit? I worry about things like this because I worry that they'll hack my accounts or steal my info. I'll register, but I'll make sure to read more about it on the web to make sure it's legit.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Google Panda, you guys worried?
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:52:05 PM »
I'm sure most of you know about Google Panda, but for those who don't it's quite simple. It's a new program/code, that catches spam sites and ranks them lower. So say you have a site that you put articles from other sites, well that site will rank lower because it's already viewable on another site.

So, has anyone had problems because of Panda?

All great tips, but watch out. Google now has a program "Panda" that actually combats sites like this, ones that use articles that are already around on the net (even if they're edited a lot). It makes sure to rank those sites lower.

But yeah, these are great ideas for sure. I wish you luck. ;)

Make Money Online / Re: Anyone using Craigslist to make $$?
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:47:23 PM »
I made money on craigslist by working on fiverr. What I did was post up to 3 ads per order. I got ghosted so I gave up on the gig. I might bring it back since I can now post with my accounts again. :)

Excatly I tried doing for someone some ads as well, but ads were ghosting and I didn't know how to get around it.  I tried a lot of stuff.  I was to be making $1.50 an ad but was taking lots of time to figuring out how to make them live which in the end wasn't worth it.  If somehow can figure out how to go around it, I thought $1.50 an ad was good and easy money...

A way around it is to use Proxies. Proxies change your IP ever so often, or so I've heard. Not sure if masking ones IP would work, but I've never tried. But yeah, proxies should work in making your ads not ghost.

Oh and warning, it is against Craigslists Terms of service to use proxies, so please do at your own risk.

Make Money Online / Re: Commission Junction
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:45:28 PM »
It does some somewhat familiar but I can't recall where I heard it. I checked the site and it does look promising. I'm guessing it's something like clickbank but better?

Make Money Online / Re: Survey sites
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:43:22 PM »
Doing survey's is a total waste of money. I remember doing some a few years back and realizing how time I was wasting on doing just one. Oh and you have to be able to apply in the survey, so say you aren't what they're looking for. So you wasted my time for 10-15 minutes for nothing? Thanks!

Make Money Online / Why not set up your own fiverr clone site?
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:33:57 PM »
I noticed a few talks about the fiverr clone sites here so I've decided to do a search for it on google. Since a lot of sites look nearly identicle to fiverr, I did a search for Fiverr clone script and this site came up:

Now I can't be too sure this is legit since there's no verisign or BBB or any type of credited business banners. So order at your own volition.

I may look into this further and see if the host of the site can get paid from having users (similar to fiverr where the site gets $1 seller gets $4.).

Email Marketing / Re: Don't spam market
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:29:32 PM »
Yeah I'm not a fan of it either, but it's being done a lot these days. I think we just have to deal with it. The ones who spam trash to us though are the bad guys. There are some people actually trying to make something out of their e-mails.
Its always better to create an online list of opt ins and market to them, at least they will open up email and check rather than marking it spam and deleting it....
I totally agree. A lot of sites now do this and I think it's the way to go. But you still need to watch out, a lot of sites do get marked as spam sadly.

Offline Marketing / Re: Best Marketing Book You have Read...
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:27:59 PM »
I am seeing more and more stuff on making money online, which is quite good.  I have a cousin in high school, he's generating good income from his blog and some other stuff he's involved related to SEO.

More younger individuals seem to be doing IM and are making a decent amount of money off of it. I wish I did it in high school, cause I would of loved having my own money stream in high school. ;)

Make Money Online / Re: Any other sites similar to fiverr?
« on: September 23, 2011, 10:26:47 PM »
There are dozens, if you google fiverr clones you will find.  But I have had no luck in any other sites beside fiverr.

Yeah most of the clone sites I've come in contact with never work out. Most of them don't have the traffic you'd want and it doesn't seem to have a lot of sellers anyways. If they can get traffic to the clone sites, I may be down. ;)

My first year in IM I made around $3,000. Not a whole lot compared to what some of the top dogs are making, but that's a good amount in one year.

And Bremaine, $500 in your first year, that's actually quite good.

$20,000 to $30,000 is a highly unlikely goal in your first year. If you knew everything about IM, you could probably do this, but it's highly unlikely.

I've been making a fairly decent living through IM, and I'd love to achieve around $5000 a month or so.

Make Money Online / Re:
« on: June 28, 2011, 04:26:10 AM »
Fiverr is great for people who have a certain talent. I wouldn't say it's a place to making a living, but some people do make quite a bit of money off of it. Some enough to live off of.

Make Money Online / Re: Best way for a noob to get started?
« on: June 28, 2011, 04:24:28 AM »
Niche sites are the best way to start. It's simple and easy to do. What kind of topics are you interested in? On my first niche site I did fairly well, can't say how much I've made, but it was a really nice amount. ;)

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