How Article Marketing Can Make You A Fortune

Secret Article Profits is all you need.


How can one make money from article marketing? Quite simple really! All you need to do is to be able to write a few articles a day and you’re set for extra cash each month. Let me go into detail below…



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5 Mistakes Bloggers Make When Choosing An Affiliate Program

Image via WikipediaWhen people decide to join an affiliate program to make extra money, or to have a full time job, they often do so with illusions and no idea of how the affiliate program actually works. Read the following top 5 mistakes people make when it comes to choosing an affiliate program and avoid these mistakes at all costs. Then, you will be able to be more effective and make more money for your time, so it is definitely worthwhile to read these warnings and avoid them.

#1 Don’t Compete, Support
Too many affiliate programs compete against their competitors which wastes money and puts affiliates out of business. However, if you are part of an affiliate program the more affiliates the better for getting more information and more money. One of the worst things to do is choose an affiliate program that believes in competing against other affiliates. Instead, choose an affiliate program that agrees with supporting and growing other affiliates to have a larger network and access to more affiliates.

#2 Little Reward
Another mistake people frequently make when choosing affiliate programs is choosing a program that offers little reward for the individual’s hard work. Too many affiliate programs pay too little and as a result affiliates find it difficult to make the money they should be making. Look for an affiliate program that has a good pay rate for your work.

#3 Old Statistics, if Any
You want an affiliate program that offers good, solid, real time statistics, not old statistics or ones that are no longer valid. There are not many affiliate programs out there that provide the kind of statistics an affiliate manager needs, but do your best to find an affiliate program that offers the most.

#4 No Support
Too often affiliates find themselves waiting days for an answer to an e-mail and an important question for their business. You want an affiliate program that guarantees you support round the clock if possible or at least within 24 hours. If not, keep looking for an affiliate program that wants to help you help yourself.

#5 Fresh Ideas, Creatives
Many affiliate programs provide few ideas or creatives to their affiliates and so thousands of web pages end up with the same advertising. However, affiliate programs would have a better success rate if many different ads were made available so affiliates could alternate ads and place different ads on different sites, depending on the products sold.

Commit these five mistakes to memory so you know exactly what you are looking for in an affiliate program, as well as what to avoid. You will be much more successful and happier as well if you do not get caught in these traps!

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My Google Adsense PIN number

My Google Adsense PIN number


Yesterday, finally after waiting for nearly 2 weeks I received my Google Adsense Pin Number. After key in the pin number, I am eligible to get payment from Google. Maybe a few months after this hehe

Well my income from Google Adsense is not that to proud of. But I am trying hard to by joining forum, reading and download e-book to improve my earnings. All top blogger has it first step rite ? So this will be my first step guys..wish me Luck : )

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Blogging Wars – WordPress Vs Blogger

Blogging Wars – WordPress Vs Blogger

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There’s a war going on in the blogosphere, and it has nothing to do with bloggers dissing each other on their respective websites. The war is about control of the blogosphere by several great, many good, and tons of terrible blogging platforms. The average newbie now has “too many” options to choose from, and the battle for blogging supremacy is hotter than ever.

                         <p><span style="font-size:78%;">At my website and blogs, I'm always                                asked the question "Is <a href="" title="WordPress" rel="homepage" target="_blank" class="zem_slink">Wordpress</a> better than                                <a href="" title="Blogger (service)" rel="homepage" target="_blank" class="zem_slink">Blogger</a>?". The answer, of course, is "Yes".                                But to really understand why, it's important to                                look at both blogging platforms side-by-side and                                see which one you really need.<br />                          Here's the comparison scale: </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>1) Ease of Set-up And Use</strong></span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">Yes, it’s much easier to set-up                                a blog with and get your own Bloggger                                account. You can be done in 10 minutes flat. Once                                you're set-up you can start posting immediately.                                If you want to add a designer's touch to your blog,                                there are also tons of blogger templates available                                for free.<br />                          Installing WordPress however can be a major headache                                if you don't know what you're doing. Since you're                                going to host it on your own account, you'll need                                to download the installation files, upload them                                to your server, set-up a database, and run the configuration                                script. </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">However, if you know which hosting                                account to get, you can choose one with Cpanel included.                                With Cpanel, you can do a one-click installation,                                upgrade and removal of your WordPress platform.                                </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>2) Customization &amp; Advanced                                Use </strong></span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">Blogger doesn’t allow categories.                                You can’t sort your articles into different                                focuses, unless you know how to hack the platform.                                With WordPress, not only can you add categories,                                you can also display each category differently on                                your main page. In fact with the correct plugins                                you can even turn your WordPress into a magazine-like                                portal. </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">Publishing with Blogger can be a                                pain in the ass. It can take forever to post articles,                                especially if you’re making changes to the                                entire website. With WordPress, publishing is much                                faster, although if you load your system with all                                kinds of bells and whistles it can be just as frustrating.                                With a Blogger account, you can get additional features                                like "Shout Boxes" that improve interaction                                on your site. You can also get pretty themes and                                nifty little tools that you can add to the core                                template files. However, that's as far as you can                                go with Blogger. </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">With WordPress however, the sky                                is the limit. As cliche as that may sound, not only                                can you get themes, additional "plugins"                                and advanced tools, you can also extend WordPress                                to far beyond just a blogging platform.<br />                          The talk today is about using WordPress as a complete,                                user-friendly Content Management System or CMS.                                </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>4) Copyrights and Ownership                                of Content </strong></span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">I started with Blogger and I won’t                                say that it’s bad. But after a while I started                                to get frustrated with Blogger, and here’s                                why: Google Owns Your Content<br />                          Google has the authority to shut down your account                                without warning if they don’t like what you’re                                blogging about. You don't have absolute control                                over your own blog. With WordPress, you own the                                domain name and the blog is hosted on your own account.                                You have full control over your content. </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">With the self-hosted version of                                WordPress (not, you're free to write                                about anything you want, and use the software in                                any way you want. Yes, Blogger allows you to publish                                to your own domain, but they still own the database                                that holds your content! Don't forget that!</span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>5) Search Engine Optimization                                and Traffic </strong></span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">There's this propaganda that since                                Google owns Blogger, they tend to favor Blogger                                accounts. I won't say that this is illogical, but                                from my experience, there's no such favoritism.                                </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">I've heard as many stories of getting                                indexed fast and ranking high in search engines                                from both WordPress and Blogger users. As long as                                the content is good, the spiders will come. </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">When you post in Blogger, you can                                only “ping” a limited amount of sites,                                whereas with WordPress on your own domain you can                                ping as many blog directories as you want, and start                                getting more traffic.<br />                          As a conclusion, I would say that WordPress is only                                slightly ahead in terms of optimization for search                                engines, and building large amounts of traffic.                                </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>6) Money-Making Potential                                </strong></span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">There's no doubt that it's easier                                to get started with Google Adsense if you have a                                Blogger account. In fact you can now apply for Adsense                                from within a Blogger account. Not entirely surprising                                considering the fact that both are owned by the                                same company. </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">With WordPress, it can get tricky.                                The default installation is not enough. You'll need                                a couple of plugins and even a better theme to really                                maximize the Adsense potential. However, this seems                                to be getting easier and there's even "Adsense                                revenue sharing" plugins around that allow                                you to share ad revenue with other contributors                                and writers for your blog. </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;">When you start using WordPress to                                build your Adsense websites, you’ll soon discover                                what I mean. It’s something you need to experience                                for yourself. I can tell you one thing though –                                when you go WordPress, you don’t go back.                                </span></p>                             <p><span style="font-size:78%;"><strong>About the Author </strong><br />                          Gobala Krishnan is the author of WordPress Adsense                                System, the unique beginner's guide to building                                content-rich Adsense websites with WordPress. You                                can download two free chapters of his book at <a href=";pid=02"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"></span></a></span></p><div id="zemanta-pixie" style="margin: 5px 0pt; width: 100%;"><br /></div>

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3 TIPS ON How to Succed with Affiliate Programs

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Dear friends, when it comes to promoting affiliate programs
we all follow a certain defined process. We first go to ,type affiliate programs in the search field. When
the results get displayed we look for “high paying” affiliate
programs. By “high paying” I mean those who pay 25% commissions.

Then we visit each and every website listed and join the
programs becuse they are free! to join. We put all sorts of
banners and text ads on our links page and expect to see a
check in our mail box the next morning.

Well, I am here going to reveal a very different way of
promoting affiliate programs. Let us revise the process

Step 1> Search for affiliate programs with your favorite
search engine. Look for only those affiliate programs whcich
have products which interests you. For example if you are
interested in “radio controlled airplanes” then look for such
products first. Don’t start with promoting “herbal shampoos”
or “yoga cd’s” just because they pay 40% commissions.

Since you already know a little about rc planes it wiil be
much easier for you to promote various aspects of the

So when selecting the affiliate prgram keep in mind the
following sequence

a)Product which you know about or are interested in.
b)Qulaity of the product. To know the quality of the
product it is advisavle to buy the product yourself
c)The organisation associated with the product. Look for
the promotional material they are giving to affiliates.
This shows the confidence of the manufacturer in their own
d)Commission structure. Some webmasters provide 2 tier
commission structure. Some have a threshhold amout before
the affiliates get paid. Here is a nice place to sart with.
This is a list which contains 50 affiliate Programs That Pay
AT LEAST 50% commissions.


Step 2> Design a simple landing page to “presell” the product
before sending the visitors to actual sales page. Now this step
is extremely imporant. Why do you to presell the product ?. This
is because this is internet. No one knows you here or has seen
you personally.

Normally when someone buys from the internet he is going to look
for similar 4-5 products before he gets to the final decision.
Here if he comes to your affiliate landing page it becomes
much easier for him to compare the product you want to promote
with similar 4-5 products in the category.

The landing page you have designed can have testimonials, which
you can borrow from the sales page. It can also contain your
own experience about the product. You can use before/after
situations for describing the benefits of the product. You can use
photographs of yourself using the product successfully. This
adds instant credibility to the product you want to promote.

Step 3>When the visitors reach your landing page you must have
a system to capture their names and email addresses. Because
as I said earlier there are many people who look for similar
4-5 products before buying. By capturing email addresse you can
“follow up” your subscribers later on using newsletters or
product features using email autoresponders.

The best way to capture email addresses is to provide a
free gift related to the product. This free gift can be
an eBook written by you or many webmasters already have an
ebook written for the affiliates. SO again this is a very
importan tpoint, join only those programs where you will find
a decent promitional material already prepared for the

That’s it friends. I hope these words were helpful. I wish
you good lick in your affiliate promotional journey

Copyright 2005 Shrinivas Vaidya

About the Author

Shrinivas Vaidya is the webmaster of
To help you start with right affiliate progrmas I have assembled
a list of 50 affiliate programs that pay AT LEAST 50% commissions.
You can access the listing for fr`ee at the followinf url.

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