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Do you want to know how to  put together a Facebook Fan Page with over a Million fans and how to monetize it?

As an Internet Marketer you MUST be on Facebook and use the power it has. Learn how to Harness this power and MAKE MONEY too.

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Did you know that Facebook has over 300,000 million active members? Over 50% of these members log in on any given day. The largest demographic is the over 35 crowd. Did you know that over 10 million members become fans of something EACH DAY! You need to capture a piece of the 10 million each day. Can you imagine having over a million fans that you can directly communicate with whenever you want? I can and I do each day.


No matter what niche you are focused on you NEED the immense power of Facebook Marketing. Facebook marketing brings your fans and people that are directly interested in your niche right in the palm of your hands.

We spent almost a year trying and trying to create fan pages that would viral and bring in fan after fan. We failed and failed…until I figured out a method and process that WORKED!

Whether you are new to Facebook or a Facebook veteran this method may just change your thinking on how to find your customers and your direct audience. I have searched and researched different methods on how to get fans and my method was not anywhere to be found. You found it today!


Again, this method is very out of the box. BUT in order to be successful and get ahead of the game, you MUST think out of the box.

Everyone needs to use the power of Facebook. I want to make it clear though that this is not a tutorial on how to use Facebook.  THIS IS A METHOD TO MAKE MONEY WITH FACEBOOK !!

Any niche will benefit from this!


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 twitter logo Make some Money using Twitter

Step 1)Get one or more twitter accounts. Twitter requires no email activation, so get between 1-10 accounts to start with.


Step 2) Join twitterad. This is a advertising network specially for twitter. They pay by paypal, within 48 hours! You choose which ads you want to post on your twitter profile and you will get around  $.06 to $.20 per click. It doesn’t really matter as you will get a lot of clicks, so don’t worry!  After you joined twitterad you can add more twitter profiles. To post an ad, simply press ´post ad´ and select the profile.


Step 3) Mass follow people. If you follow them they will follow you back and then you can ‘promote your ad’.This can be done with the free website twollo. You can follow people that twitterad about certain items with twollo. To get an higher clickthrough rate, you should follow people that twitter about the same subject as the ppc ad. You can set it up in less then a minute and it will work for you till the limit has been reached. Now that’s what I call time-effective………..


To auto-follow you can also use hummingbird…

You an also use tweetlater to auto-tweet and auto-message followers with your ad. This will improve the amount of clicks significantly.

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Step 4) Wait for people to follow, and  rinse and repeat….


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It’s called the Blackhat Bank because it is simply a powerful method.

This method is simply so easy and although you might have heard of this method in this report I explain everything step-by-step on how to go about doing this. The method involves taking advantage of the US/UK and the world economy. We all know that we are in a Recession or “the credit crunch”, more and more people are looking for jobs and the stock market is at its lowest point. Small businesses are dying every day because of this…so when this happens people start to look for jobs and get desperate and this Blackhat method simply involves taking advantage of their desperation. This method can literally make you thousands a day if done right..

There are two methods, the first method is free but the second method requires a little investment but it is worth it because you will easily make your money back.

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I’ve decided to share this because it cannot be saturated since it can be done for pretty much any keyword and adwords campaign.

I am sure some of you  have already done this before and maybe are still successfully doing it but I just started doing this recently and am sure some people will find this useful.

Let’s say you had a campaign that has been generating an ROI (Return on Investment) of around 110% which is considered pretty good when it comes to PPC (pay-per-click). This campaign might have around 300 profitable keywords in 30 or so different ad groups.

Then what if you decided to COMPLETELY DOMINATE YOUR COMPETITION biggrin Totally Dominate the Competition on Google.

This is what you need to do. Here is an example:

Buy 7 niche related domains. (ie:,,, ect) 

Be sure to use different extents (I will explain why later on) So, you might buy 3 .com, 2 .info and 2 .net domains. Then open 7 more adwords accounts and load those same keywords and ad groups in those accounts.

So now you will have 7 new +1 old account.

So each account should have different ad copies (change the wording on each ad slightly)  and make sure each landing page is slightly altered.

So why should you create 7 more accounts?

Well it’s actually quite simple. Google displays only first 8 paid placements on the 1st results page and you want to have them all!!

Now when someone searches for a ”Certain Keyword" only your ads will show up which guarantees you maximum exposure and therefore more clicks and more sales/leads.

And not only that! Most  people when they are looking to buy something,  they usually click on 2 or 3 ads and sometimes even more to compare prices and products. It often doesn’t make any mathematical and statistical sense since there is only a certain percentage of people that are going to decide to buy from you and not the other guy. I know that some people will say that this can be avoided with cookie stuffing but thousands and thousands of products and CPA offers aren’t possible to stuff so therefore this works like a charm.

As a matter of fact, in one test campaign,  It increased the ROI by 180%!! Currently the ROI is at 290% instead of 110% because of this tactic. In simple terms, the test campaign generated $2.90 for every dollar spent !!

Of course you will spend much more since you will be getting a lot more clicks and you could be paying more per click but your  ROI  will go through the roof.

*The reason to purchase 7 more different domains with different extensions and have different ad copies and landing pages is: 

Keep your competition in the dark and they won’t find out what your doing and possibly report you to adwords or even worse, they will start doing the same method. Also Adwords doesn’t allow you to have only 1 ad for a certain keyword. You can rotate the ads all you want but only 1 ad will show which doesn’t give you maximum exposure.

I think this method is laid out in a way that nobody should have any big problems getting this off the ground.

Hope you liked it. Now stop dreaming and JUST DO IT!

One more note: You should have different names and different Credit Card info for all the accounts. You just need to buy VCCs (virtual Credit Cards) or create them through paypal’s credit card plugin.


I believe this is probably the blueprint that most people are actually seeking and will work for most marketing endeavors, here goes:

Targeted Traffic + Great Offer = $$$

This is the very simple blueprint but guess what, it works!

So how do we get targeted traffic?

Im sure you have read all the information possible about getting traffic from 100′s of different sources and the truth is that you only need to be KIND OF good with around 2 sources.

Here’s what you need to do:


Write 3 articles per day, ending up with 50+ articles all with varying anchor text (long tail keywords) and I generated alot of traffic just from these, I believe this is the best method when your just starting a new website and entering a new niche, you can become an expert, you build natural direct traffic that is pre-sold, you build authority in the niche and in the search engines and best of all, your articles get picked up by other sites which means your links actually grow over time WITHOUT you needing to do anything.

I only submitted to ezinearticles and originally I sent them to a squeeze page and collected email address, this was cool as I was getting lots of traffic and building my list, but guess what, list building is pointless unless you have cash flow!

The more people that see your offer the more likelly they are to buy it, put the sales letter up the front where it will get the most eyeballs, you can add the squeeze page when you know people actually want to buy your stuff.

I also have some previous experience with SEO, now I love free search traffic, its about as targeted as you can get if you find the right keywords, you see people who are searching are ACTIVELY seeking your product, anyways to learn SEO I recommend that you download and watch the stompernet CD’s, the red,blue, gold and purple pack, get ‘em, take a day off and learn it, take notes and implement the ideas as quick as humanly possible.

Lets say you get great at SEO and you decide to go for a term like "dog training", this traffic is great because it will build your list and you will get authority status BUT FOR CASH FLOW IT SUCKS!

There are 3 types of keywords:

a) info seekers (HD Televisions)
b) comparison/pricing (42" HD Televisions)
c) buyers (Samsung 42" HD Television with Wall Bracket)

Im sure you can see above just what im talking about, now the trick for this is to aim your site at high traffic terms (weird huh?) most people would say this was the worst way but I actually think its the best way, here’s why:

If you dominate for a broad phrase the search engines tend to rank you higher for long tail terms almost AUTOMATICALLY, this is especially the case in non-competitive niches, its like they cant find anything relivant so they just assume your the closest match and rank you at the top, this is great because we can get some traffic to the site and find out our buying keywords ($$$).

So how do we find those? Get traffic and install google analytics.

I then stick up an order form or a basic opt in box or something where I can set up a goal and measure the interest and track what keywords converted, if your just testing you can set up a landing page that says:

"Hey are you interested in buying {product xyz}? If so just hit the button below"

Then set up google analytics and set up a goal to track what conversion rate you get and which keywords converted, I see to many people trying to launch huge sales letters and spending so much money on adwords to build a list BUT THEY DONT KNOW IF THESE PEOPLE WILL ACTUALLY BUY SOMETHING!

I’ve often found this easiest way to answer any question is just ask directly, forget surveys, forget opt ins, just have ONE question, the response rate is higher and you will get a faster feel for the market place.

So here is the summary of what you need to do:


Write lots of articles for, 1 per day for 30 days would be fine.

Learn SEO by watching stompernet CD’s (red, blue, yellow, purple)

Install google analytics, make a landing page with just ONE question on it (HINT: Would you buy product (XYZ) today for [PRICE]?)

Monitor conversion rates and get converting keywords.


A great offer can be the difference between a dead business and a thriving one (and I learned that the hard way), I initially ran a half price offer when I started to get some traffic and it did pretty well, It was just an order form and I billed them when I completed the work.

Then it got to sucessfull so I thought id change the offer around, I created a survey and the last question was about what kind of price the customer would expect to pay, they said a really low number so to test it I created a buy now button that was for that price and they would pay upfront, the result was shockingly bad, 1 conversion in 500 website visitors, I know for a fact that this was NOT due to rubbish traffic as my offer was working when I just had the order form up (and no buy now button).

Sometimes what people say and what they do are simply NOT congruent, they give logical answers instead of actual ones, price point is an example, when asking the customer what price they expected to pay they quoted a low price because they all wanted a cheap deal, when infact I know this was a total BS answer and I know that BECAUSE I TESTED AND GOT THE ACTUAL DATA.

The next thing id recommend is that you implement feedback loops, get to know the buying triggers and questions that you market place has, I mean really dig deep, your competition has probably NEVER done this but you need to if you want to suceed.

Just implement a small survey or even just one question every week or month, run it for 100 responses and take a look at the feedback, im sure you will find it facinating to read what actual visitors are saying.

One example you might do is under the buy now button or order form you should ask "If your still hesistant about purchasing today could you please tell me why?" I mean its such a simple idea but that data is GOLD, if I can find out why someone isnt buying from me then I can correct that problem and get more sales!

I think we often just ASSUME we know what people will do when they get to our website, we know what to do so they MUST know, however you cant just assume with these things, you have to test and get some feedback from the market, ask them so many damn questions over time that you could write a book about them as a "herd".

You should know why they buy, you should know how they buy, you should know what other products they want to buy, you should know what thier budget it, you should know how they found your site, you should know what they eat for damn breakfast!

Get as much data as possible on them by asking quick one question surveys, then all you do is take the feedback you get, find the trends and common issues and work them into your sales letter, pretty easy!

As for the offer you should test differnet ways to get the sale but I find the best one is giving them a chunk of the product and telling them to pay when happy, this is good for the service based industry, info products you can give away and tell them you will bill them 30 days later, membership sites give them a free 30 day trial, physical products you can do 3 easy payments with 30 day free trial or whatever.


Test different ways of getting conversions (30 day trial, bill me later, free shipping, 3 easy payments)

Put your offer where the most traffic is (homepage is preferable)

Focus on sales, nothing else matters but cash flow unless you are making BIG money.

DO lots of ONE QUESTION surveys and just ASK people directly what you want them to answer, you never know unless you ask!

Gather together the feedback and find commen problems in the marketplace then just work them into a sales letter and address each issue.


Install Google Analytics, monitor results and note down BUYING keyphrases, build links for those phrases and build out web 2.0 properties and dominate the entire page for your buying terms.

Implement ONE question surveys, what is your biggest question that you want to ask your website visitors?


Thats it, thats pretty much all you need to know.

Forget everything else and just focus on building THESE areas, seriously dont waste your time with anything else, its not important, you can be a great copywriter, ad tweaker, seo’er, carpet cleaner, fitness trainer, list builder…WHATEVER, but if you dont have any cash flow and sales and you dont know your marketplace and converting keywords then you aint gunna last long!

Go make some money.


Probably one of the easiest (legitimate) ways to make money when it comes to CPA is incentive marketing.

The problem is, virtually everyone trying to get into it just copies everyone else and expects to make a profit, not unlike every other strategy to make some cash out there.

You probably hear a lot how incentive marketing "won’t last" or it’s "the end of incentive marketing".

Funny how the people who say things like this are always the ones whose opinions are completely worthless.

Incentive offers make companies big money, the consumer data alone allows them to make a fortune selling one thing after another to these people, or just renting the list to other companies who want to try and sell these people things.

After all, these customers took an incentive to try a product, and sure, maybe it was just for the cash, or to get an ipod, but what these companies are really paying for is the mindset of a person who would do such a thing in the first place, in laymen’s terms, they are an easy sell on multiple fronts, the proverbial weak minded consumer.

Over the last few years, I’ve seen a lot of ebooks being put out on "how to make a fortune with incentive marketing". Every single one of them says the same crap:

Get an incentive site script

Load it with CPA offers

Promote it

Make a fortune

071607 ipod 300x225 Incentive to Make Money            If it was five years ago, that alone could probably make you a couple grand a day in profits, consumers thought it was a dream come true to get free money or free gifts to sign up for a few free trials, the blackhatters weren’t hip to it yet and trying to beat the system, and people generally filled out their real information and took the full trial.

But…………..   It’s not five years ago.

Today, you have to get crafty, but a couple grand a day in net profits is still more than realistic if you’re willing to do a little work.

Let’s quickly highlight the main points of what you need to accomplish:

  •  Number one, legitimacy is KEY. These sites are now known to be mostly scams where the consumer does offer after endless offer only to give up, obviously never getting the gift, and word has spread about this. If you can’t look legit, you can’t make any money. My strategy really doesn’t make legitimacy the issue it normally is, but it will only help your bottom line so it’s non negotiable.
  •  Your target audience is no longer freebie seekers, let that sink in. Freebie seekers are nothing but trouble, they are bad leads, there is now a huge business based around being a freebie seeker (see, and just everything about the typical freebie site model and user is an absolute nightmare.
  •  Your target audience has changed so now the target site has changed. Gone are the days of throwing up a script, dumping in offers and promoting free ipods. The big money is and has always been in thinking outside the box, so that’s how we are going to roll out our sites.

Ipods, Xbox, Playstations and Cash…..It’s over, just accept it and move on. If you’re going to be another cookie cutter site, expect a cookie cutter outcome.

The new key to success is to go much smaller and much more targeted.

Your sites will only offer ONE gift (typically under $60), one targeted completely unique but in demand gift, think:


  • A new national best seller

  • A new in demand skin cream

  • A magazine subscription

  • A cool NEW cooking tool

I could sit here all day on the list alone, I’m just trying to get some raw examples in your head to start the correct thought process.

You could go about this one of two ways, sub domains working off one main site such as, or you could make a unique site for each gift to make it more appealing to the user, be able to optimize it with its own blog or forum (I’ll get into this in the Dominate IM forum), and have the option to sell it off for a nice profit if you choose.

One of the other HUGE drawbacks on both the consumer side and the merchant side, and the fundamental flaw in the system of incentive marketing is that typically, a person either has to do dozens of offers to get the free gift, most of which they could care less about, or they have to refer tons of friends, who are probably only registering to shut their friend up and have no real interest either.

The consumer gets screwed because the process sucks for them, they either have to sign up for a million offers, deal with cancellations, and spam, or they have to humiliate themselves by trying to sell their friends on signing up so they can get a lousy ipod.

The merchant gets screwed because they have so many people signing up that could care less about their product or service. As I mentioned above, yes, you better believe they still make serious money, but it could be a lot more, and that would also allow them to pay you more for incentivised customers.

The incentive site owner gets screwed because they have to deal with miserable administrative work dealing with all these schmucks including the CPA networks, they often get scrubbed huge each month for bad leads risking actually going into the red after advertising expenses already paid out, they deal with scammers and cheats all day, and the shelf life of their site will often times be less than six months before CPA networks wont accept their leads anymore.

My structure, however, solves everyone’s problems and I’m not shy about saying it.

Consider the following:

By promoting one targeted gift (let’s just run with my people magazine subscription as the example) we target a normal person, who is interested in the subscription yes, but would also generally be willing to take a free trial of something they find interesting if they could get that subscription free.

They would only have to complete 1-3 simple free offers at the MAX to get this free one year subscription, pay your advertising costs, and leave you with a nice profit in your hands.

They would not have to refer ANY friends to receive their free gift.

The offers on the site would be demographic targeted and plentiful. What’s that mean? It means we would target the offers we promote to the demographic of the person who would want that gift, aka People Magazine, so females, 18-45, who are into entertainment and fashion. We would also make sure there were a few dozen offers to choose from so that odds are good the user will be able to take a trial with something they actually may enjoy.

The merchant gets great quality customers trying their products. These customers did not set out to get a freebie, they were looking to BUY something, and thanks to your add jumping in front of them, decided to try a new product or two (that they actually could have some interest in) to get it free.

The site owner deals with far less admin, fraud, and general bullshit from the networks and merchants, their sites may make smaller profits singularly than a typical large incentive sites, but the shelf life could be years, and they can create literally thousands of sites offering virtually anything as a free gift.

Even though the user didn’t HAVE to refer friends, you better believe they will be talking about how they got a free subscription to People for taking a free trial of a diet pill or skin creme, and no advertising my friends, is more powerful than good old word of mouth.

You’re also instantaneously solving one of the biggest trust issues with typical consumer incentive marketing, the BIG gifts.

What’s more realistic to you?:

I’ll give you a free $500 Playstation 3 just for doing a few free offers and telling your friends!!!!!


We’d like to offer you a free one year subscription to People Magazine just for taking a free trial of ????????

Pretty obvious right? The bigger the prize, the less likely people will believe they can really have it. That’s why I like to stay under a $60 value, many times under $10. You’d probably be amazed how many women would take a free trial for a free Cover Girl Mascara that they like.

Men are no exception, they can be bribed, but they are far more pessimistic than women. I typically suggest targeting your sites primarily to women at first because they are a much easier sell and you need to get comfortable with the business model before venturing into more difficult customers.

I’m saving a lot of detail for the forum so I can answer questions live, but the last seed I would like to plant on this is yet another thing no one is ever willing to talk about.

With the right site, you can write your own ticket, meaning that CPA networks are not the only option; advertisers will be willing to give you direct offers if your traffic is good and that is serious money.

You can literally go straight to tens of thousands of companies who’s products/services fit the lifestyle of your typical user and say "Hey, I can get you hundreds of new quality customers per month if you are willing to offer a trial to them, and I have the data and references to prove it".

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This is a little trick that can be used to make thousands of dollars a month driving traffic to simple review pages for affiliate products. It is almost too simple to take seriously, but try it and see for yourself.

Cookie stuffing doesn’t always have to be against the terms of service. I constantly get permission from merchants to cookie stuff my link on my own pages.

The bottom line is that you are spending time and money to get potential customers to your landing page/affiliate link, so therefore, if they buy, you deserve the commission.

The problem with affiliate links is that almost everyone knows what they are these days, and I don’t care what you do to pretty them up.

Regardless if it’s: (says I’m an affiliate who has no idea what I’m doing)

or (says i’m an affiliate that makes no money because you’ll never click this)

or (says I may have power link generator but people still know what I’m trying to pull)

or even…………. secretly embedded with your affiliate link (says I’m at least sneaky about it but you were also smart enough to hover the mouse over)

A good percentage of the time you are losing the chance at those visitors because you have now lost credibility instantly.

The rest of the time is spent losing the commission because the buyer just hacks your affiliate link off the domain, or does a type in.

People today are so against you making money that even if you do get them to click an embedded cloaked link like xyxyxyxy, once they see what the site is they will actually delete their cookies and visit again so your cookie is in the trash can.

If instead of the above, you did a review site or landing page that told the user to go to with no affiliate link, it looks like a real deal review.

I only use this for high traffic sites like a, or new hot IM products that are gaining a buzz.

The whole point is that the person knows instantly that its not an affiliate link, yet it doesn’t matter because as soon as they landed on your page they were stuffed with your cookie.

This also works fantastically because a lot of times a person will search multiple sites looking for information and yours is seldom the one that causes the sale right then and there.

Luckily, since you stuffed that cookie, and that visitor probably won’t be clicking any affiliate links, they will simply do a type in like when they decide to buy a couple of hours or days later, and guess what?

You still got the commission.

What’s most comical about this is that I really didn’t want to give this little gem up, but you’re probably thinking it’s a waste of time or at least something you’ll save for a lot later.

It’s a shame because if I didn’t make the money I do from other streams, this one tactic would be my full time job and I could easily earn $300,000 or more a year setting up stuffed page after stuffed page.

One of the best ways to do this is to look like a total noob, and by that I mean set up a blog called something stupid like

Instead of your typical review site page put up just for a specific product, make it a blog post as if you bought the product, use the service, etc and make it seem like you are just having general conversation about it.

The point of this step is actually psychological. Even without an affiliate link your URL is, and you are advertising it, your visitors will know that something is up, and if nothing else, assume you probably own the product and are promoting it yourself.

If it’s just some random blog, many people will assume you’re just promoting it for readership and not whatever post they happened to land on. This, in their minds, makes you an unbiased third party on the subject.

Everyone thinks cookie stuffing is mainly for ebay and that it has to be illegal in the eyes of the merchant, and that’s just not the case, nor is it the smart way to utilize such an amazing income generating tool.

The top two goals of any marketer are more money and more time. At least they should be their two top goals. That being said, I wanted to integrate both of these things into my Article Marketing business. And, that’s exactly what I accomplished.
I developed this method a little over a month ago. However, I wanted to actually test it for a month before I released it. Here are my final results:

$4,300 revenue (Roughly)
4 hours worked (Roughly, excluding time you won’t have to spend)

I’d say that’s pretty damn good if you ask me. Would you work 4 hours (of easy work) for $4k? And, it’s passive residual. Meaning, it keeps flowing in (passive) and it grows (residual). I guarantee that from the work done in December, I’ll keep seeing income from the articles submitted for probably over a year.

This method is going to be a bit detailed, as I don’t want any people attempting it coming back and complaining it doesn’t work. Even if you don’t complain, I still would like it to work for whoever goes and does it. It’s definitely worth it. If you’re having problems funding PPC/PPV campaigns, this can be your “funding money”…
In a nutshell, you’ll be getting free articles by splitting your commissions with freelance writers. If you’re rich already, paying for articles may be worth it to you. However, most of us aren’t that rich. And even if I was, I don’t know if I’d want to buy 1,000 articles at $5 – $15 a piece.

I’ve also tried “Scamming” people out of articles. That doesn’t work that well, and is definitely NOT a long term solution. You risk the hot headed freelance writers getting “too” pissed off at you and reporting you. Trust me, not a smart thing to do for a long period of time.

So, splitting commissions is the best way to go. Everything is free, so this shouldn’t be a problem. You’re doing very, very little work.
So, let’s get started:

1. You’ll obviously be getting freelance writers for classifieds sites. Craigslist is all that is needed, as it’s a little difficult to work with a large amount of people. I personally only worked with 2 people. However, I’ll be developing my own personal system that will allow me to work with over 100 – 500 people, easily. So, what you’re going to want to do is make a Craigslist ad (preferably in your own area if you live in the U.S.). Always, always keep your ad professional. Proper structure, grammar, use of words, etc. Nothing’s worse than a poorly written ad. Be honest and straightforward in your ad. I’m not going to post the exact ad I used, but it’s fairly simple. You’re looking for a few article writers to write articles for you based on a revenue sharing commission structure. You can lie and tell them that previous writers earn roughly $2 – $5k a month. No cost to get started, and will be able to see their articles published on the web. Keep it short and simple.

2. After the posting, if you’ve done it right, you’ll get a few hundred emails. At least I did. Instead of having an auto-responder, I just copy/pasted a pre-written response. All I did was replace their name at the top and bottom. (Eg. Hey ____ and Talk again soon _____) Obviously, the email response will detail the project more and then ask if they have any questions.

3. After they’ve responded to the first email response, I have a pre-written 2nd response to go with it. Along with that response, I’ll read over their first email and answer any questions they may have. The 2nd response starts with questions they have, and then a “Here’s a little bit more detail about everything”. And again, will ask them if they have any questions to get started.

4. If they’ve responded to the 2nd email, you’ve pretty much got them. At least I did.

Now basically what I’m describing to you now is what you’ll be describing to them. Which start with how you should have them write your articles.

• Offers
However, before you can have them write articles, you need an offer and keywords to go with it. The offer doesn’t really matter that much, so I’m not going to go into what offers/niche’s to target. However, I would advise you don’t target brand new offers. If it’s a brand related offer and the merchant shuts down or pulls their aff. program off the network – you’ve got a problem. Especially if all the articles list the brand name. If you find a “related” product to switch out your links on your site instead, then all the articles will ideally need to be changed to the new brand name. With 500+ articles floating around – that’s a bit of a task. So, stick to things that will be around for at least a year. And a good way to tell is by looking at how long they’ve already been around.

• Keywords

This is one of the most important things. If you’ve done article marketing or SEO – it’s all about keywords. You’re not going to be throwing up random articles and hoping for them to rank for random keywords. You should, and will be targeting each article for specific keywords and specific search engines. One article that ranks on Yahoo! may not rank on Google. All search engines have trends. Follow the trend and you’re golden. But, I’ll get into that a little more down the road. But for now, you need to get keywords for your niche. Ideally, you’d want to rank for heavy searched for keywords. However, those are a bit harder to rank for. So, you need more long-tail keywords as well. What I do is go into Google AdWords keyword tool, punch in the most generic phrase related to my offer and get ALL the results in the first section (which means all the results contain the word(s) I put in the search box. The second section is “related” terms) So for example, if my offer was free grant money, I’d type in free grants, free grant, grant money –etc – and get all the keywords.

Once I have all the keywords, I use a proprietary piece of software to determine the competition for each keyword. I personally like to start from the bottom up. I like seeing results first. And with low competition (which most of the time result in low search counts), you can see results faster. I’ve seen some guides and posts regarding not doing it this way, but I find it best. If you have your writers write 20 articles on high competition or medium competition searches and they don’t show up 1st, that can be “disappointing” to them. Even if you get them ranked #1 for a less searches for term, it’s still awesome to them to be #1 on the search engines. Remember, they know nothing about SEO, so THEIR content as #1 for a search is “amazing” to them. It fascinates them.
For those that don’t have software to use for analyzing competition, you can download a “FREE trial” of SENuke at You can use the competition analyzer for free – forever. Without ever having to actually buy the program. It may shut down on you, but all you have to do is restart the program – but that’s only if you’re going to use the software for more than about 10 minutes.

• How to Write Your Articles

It’s not “all about” ranking #1 on search engines. Unfortunately, you can’t really split-test 2 different articles. If you change your content, there’s a good chance the search engine(s) will knock you down. I’ve done it maybe a dozen times, and every single time I was knocked down the page, or knocked it off completely. That being said, you should have a general knowledge of what a good article looks like. Unfortunately, I can’t provide you with a blueprint article to go off of. You do have to do some things yourself, and it’s not hard to find a well written article that sells something. In a nutshell, the article should be part review, part description and part sales. The articles that perform the least are heavy sales articles. They get flagged as spam – by real people. No one wants to feel like they’re trying to be sold on something. Good articles are informational and provide value. The type of article that you’d send to a friend. A lot of my articles are pure information on a basic subject. For example, I may write an article about how to fix your slice in a golf swing. I won’t promote some magic tool, but at the end of the article I’ll have a link to “Buy pre-owned Callaway golf clubs at 50% off!”. You’d be surprised how many people click through to your offer. Same goes for any other niche. As another example, I’ve written articles about “weight loss tips” for random things, and at the end of the article I’ll link to a weight loss offer. I’ve gotten thousands of dollars just using that technique.

That, in my opinion, is what the general pitch of the article should feel like.
Now, you have to structure your articles properly for each keyword. For very low search count and competition, it’s easier to rank because you don’t necessarily have to target the exact keyword density and word count of the other top 5 – 10 results because they didn’t target in the first place, and there’s no “trend”. However, you’ll find that with the more competitive keywords search engines have a trend for the top 5 – 10 results. For example, a keyword like “food” – the top results will have generally the same keyword density and word count. Sometimes there will be flukes (eg. The top 5 have an average of 663 words, and the 6th result has 7,000 words on the page) Same goes for keyword density. Some pages will have a 1 – 3% density and then one of the top results will have a 0% or 5% density. That being said, I usually ignore the “flukes” to get a better idea of the average keyword and word density of the pages that are currently ranking. And, each search engine will have different trends for different results. Which is why for the most part I have my writers write 3 articles for the top 3 search engines.

Now that you have a list with the competition levels for each keyword you grabbed, I then do batch research of averages for each keyword to send to my writers. To do this, I use SEO Studio from which can be found at:

It took me about 3 weeks to find software to do exactly this. And even after I found them, I had to ask the programmer to edit the way it does the research. What this program does is “perfect” for what we are trying to accomplish.

It does the searches for each keyword inserted (just like a human would), and then gives you the averages of that keyword, as well as other data if you wish for just about any search engine(s) you want. Google, MSN, Yahoo, Ask, AltaVista and a bunch of others.
I then export the results, and send them to my writers. After of course explaining to them how to read the report and write the articles.
For the low competition keywords, as mentioned the averages don’t matter that much. I generally say 400 – 700 words, using the keyword ONCE in the first paragraph and ONCE in the title. That’s what I’ve found to work best for the long-tail – low competition keywords.

• Link building

After an article is submitted, I bookmark it on all the top bookmarking sites, plus a few more if it’s higher competition. Digg, stumbleupon, mister-wong, etc. You can get a list of the ones I use inside the SENuke program under Social Bookmarking.
For a few of those submissions, I use the keyword targeted in the title of the bookmark. And for the rest, I use related keywords.

I always give my writers 50/50 profit. They don’t know you’re actually really doing all the work with buying the domains, designing the site, hosting it, having the aff. network hookup – bumped payout, etc. So naturally, even if you tell them, they think they’re doing all the work. Even though they couldn’t do it without you. But, 50/50 is very fair, as you’re spending very little time publishing the articles and doing the linking to them. As mentioned, I made about $4,300 – half of that went to my writers based on their own generated commissions. I used Prosper202 to track each individual writer. I added them as “PPC Account” in step 1 in the setup. I keep in touch with the writers (but in the future when I work with 100 – 500 I obviously won’t be able to do that). And when you’re first getting started with them, you need to treat it as JV. And if you already haven’t guessed – you should have SEO sites for this. If you have 500 articles linking to one site – that’s a nice amount of links to just throw away on direct linking. Have an SEO site to go with this and you’re even more golden.

You should be submitting your articles to top article sites like GoArticles, eZineArticles, HubPages, Blogspot, Wordpess, other sites listed in SENuke, as well as a few other ones you can find with high PR’s.

Since this is such a long tutorial, I’m sure I left some small details out. If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask away. And if you have good results, post back letting everyone know how you did. I’m sure if I can generate $4k in one month with only two writers, anyone who goes nuts with this method and works with 10+ can make a lot more. Good luck!

Affiliate sales amount to billions of dollars each year. Most successful online use affiliate sales for at least a portion of their business. To direct buyers to your affiliate products, it is necessary to include a link to the product that you are promoting. These are called affiliate links. Each link includes the name of the product you are recommending as well as you own personal ID for that program.

Affiliate links are a necessary component in the Internet marketing business. But we sometimes find that unscrupulous people steal them. There are shady people out there who will look at your affiliate link and consummate the sale after replacing your affiliate ID with their own. 

For that reason, if you want to make serious money in that arena, you should always cloak your affiliate links.

In addition to lost sales, there is another reason to cloak your affiliate links; they look unprofessional and announce that fact that it is an affiliate product.

And unfortunately, there are those out there who will not knowingly buy affiliate sponsored products. For those reasons, it is best to cloak your affiliate links.

There a number of techniques that you can use to do this. Following are four tactics that you can use to cloak your links:

1. Use free link cloaking sites. These sites will allow you to enter a URL and they will convert it into a cloaked link. Tinyurl is probably the most well known of these sites but there are many others that do the same thing. You can find these sites by doing a search for ‘free affiliate cloaking.’

 Examples of sites are:                                                         

2. You can also use software, both free and paid, that will cloak your links. You can find hundreds of software programs by searching for ‘affiliate cloaking software.’   


3. An option that most super affiliates use is the purchase of a domain name for one specific affiliate product. Using this tactic, they either develop a specialized landing page or use either domain forwarding or re-directs to link to the affiliate products.


4. As an alternative to purchasing your own domain, you can use a page within your existing site and re-direct traffic from that page. If you are uncertain how to use re-directs, you can see many examples by doing a search for ‘link redirects.’

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