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Buying Market Samurai At A Really Good Price

I bought Market Samurai nearly two years ago and the one thing that tipped the scales causing me to buy it was that I got it at a really good price. As you can see from this post I got it at a 35% saving paying only $97 instead of $147. Since then I’ve done several posts on it including Market Samurai, Is It As Good As They Say and Learning How To Use Market Samurai. I never bothered with keyword research until purchasing my very own copy of Market Samurai and imagine my surprise when I found out I could install it on my MacBook Air. That was a real boon because these days I do all my blogging on my MAC. Something else that I learned once I got my own copy of the software was that being an owner I was now able to promote it as an…

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Buyonlinelottotickets.com And How It’s Performing

Buy Online Lotto Tickets went live on May 25, 2011 which is a little over a year ago and I thought you guys would probably be interested in how it’s been performing. Before I get into exactly how much money it’s generating I think you should keep in mind that it wouldn’t have generated any money the first few months because, as with any new site, it takes a while to get noticed by the your everyday surfer. Something else to keep in mind is that this site does not use any type of adsense ads at all and so all money made on the site is from lottery sales and the occasional advertiser. For the purpose of this post I’ll only be talking about lottery sales. Something else to keep in mind is the site is still relatively new and I’m still working at building it’s traffic, which as you…

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What Is A Bloggers Biggest Cost?

You want to become a blogger but not sure whether or not you can afford it? Well, unless you go the free platform route, which would be a grave mistake, you’re biggest expense would be your hosting costs. Even though hosting a blog on your own domain is one of the few recurring costs as far as owing your very own prospective business it is so cheap it’s laughable. Those who know me know I own a fair few blogs, 10 to be exact, more if you were to count my other websites. I used to host all my blogs with the same host but I learned the hard way how the error of my ways. You see, if for whatever reason one of those sites uses too much of the host’s CPU resources they will pull the plug on you meaning that all your sites go offline. That is…

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Time Is Running Out On CommentLuv Premium

Last week I told you about getting the most out of CommentLuv Premium, a post that came complete with a how to video. Apart from showing you how the premium version could increase your traffic, not to mention your brand name, it also explained how joining JVZoo would let you promote it without having to actually own it. I also mentioned that Andy was running a dime sale and how the price of the plugin would increase every time a set amount of sales was reached. When I wrote that post the plugin was worth $21 and now it’s reached $23.22. Considering the plugin usually sells for $97 that is still a great bargain. But what makes it really attractive is that for this extremely low price you will be getting the unlimited license which means you can use it on as many blogs you own.   Unlimited Licence 1st Year…

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Getting The Most Out Of CommentLuv Premium

Most people who think of CommentLuv think of it as a way to get more comments on their blogs and the reason why so many people have CommentLuv enabled blogs just goes to show how well it works. When Andy brought out CommentLuv Premium almost a year ago everyone who got a hold of it at the introductory price, like yours truly  , were more than ecstatic. Those that missed out, well lets just say, they were a little disappointed  As you know I’ve written a few posts promoting it including CommentLuv Premium Adding To Revenue Stream amongst several others. Sure I wrote those because I was making money as an affiliate but that was only a part of the reason. I was also promoting it because I really believed in everything it offered and I wanted others to share in it’s benefits. Increase Traffic With CommentLuv Premium I’ve just uploaded a…

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How To Turn Your WordPress Blog Into A Web App

I used to have a plugin that converted this blogs format so that mobile users could see it on their mobile device, whether it was an iPhone or even a mobile device using Android. I uninstalled that plugin because I didn’t like the way it portrayed my blog. As far as I was concerned I much preferred the way it looked on  safari or my  mobile’s web browser. All that withstanding I’m not so narrow minded that I can’t see the positives for displaying my blogs to the millions upon millions of mobile devises out there. I’m merely waiting for the right WordPress plugin to come around. Well, I got an email today from JVZoo that introduced me to what seems to be a revolutionary WordPress plugin. Turn Your Blog Into An Installable Web App I have to admit I was pretty surprised to find that someone had actually come up with…

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The Ramblings Of A Professional Blogger

Do you ever get those days when your mind just wanders all over the place and you can’t focus on any particular topic? Well, that’s what’s happening to me today and rather than just waste all that rambling I thought I would just jot them down here to see if you guys can make some sense of it all  Funnily enough, the title of this particular post added to the ramblings as I struggled with whether or not I was a professional blogger. In the long run I decided I was because over the years I’ve learned enough about what makes a good blogger, I do it well and I actually make money from doing it. Not to mention that people actually get in touch with me, and pay me money, to write articles for them. Why Do I Blog? Originally I got into blogging purely for SEO reasons because…

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Using Images To Make Your Posts Stand Out

I discovered long ago that images can make a post stand out. The problem is that it’s not always easy to find the right image for a post and sometimes the search for one can take ages. That’s why I use plugins like Zemanta and Insights to simplify the process and speed things along. Images can also help to highlight those specific parts of your posts that you want to draw your readers attention to, say like a call to action such as enticing them to purchase a product or join to join your list. Unfortunately those sorts of images aren’t always available via those two plugins and so once again you resort to the search engines, wasting a lot of time, or you attempt to create your own, usually coming up with some very poorly designed and unprofessional image, or you pay someone to design it for you. Fiverr…

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