If you have ever heard of Cameron and Mario, then you probably already know that they have a pretty bad reputation of releasing products on the Warrior Forum that are almost exact duplicates of other people’s products.
If you have ever heard of James Renouf, then you know he is someone who releases several products within the Warrior Forum and according to Ripoff Report, gets several complaints.
With dark winter days just around the corner, I thought it would be appropriate to shed some light on a happy niche.
This month we’re going to focus on Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and the solutions available for it. This is a very hot niche with tons of opportunities to help people and make some money.
If you have ever heard of George (Montagu) Brown, then you are probably aware of his less than ethical methods of marketing in the past. George has a “brand-new rollout” of his Google Sniper program titled Google Sniper 3.0.
Running an online business is difficult. If you have been trying to rank a website or start any type of online business, then you probably know that content is important. And (hopefully) you know that a lot of content is important.
This cool site generates a favicon which are those little icons that reside in the address bar of a browser. …
It looks like Google has removed another awesome feature within the SERPs.
Within the past week, it looks like Google has removed video thumbnails within search results with the exception of YouTube results. This is clearly another sign that Google is trying to clean up their search results as they also recently removed authorship images in the SERPs.
One of the best things I loved about Google authorship was having a small image beside my blog posts and websites within the search results. It made my search engine results stand out and resulted in a super duper high click through rate!
I even invested in some new fancy pants photos for my authorship image!
But Google is taking away the Authorship Images in SERPs
I got an email this morning from some fella named ‘Allen Says’ with the subject ‘Warrior Forum joins the Freelancer.com Family’, so I took the bait and opened it up. I quickly learned that this guy was the founder of WarriorForum.com and he pawned the Warrior Forum for a cool $3.2 Million.
At first I thought it was some late April Fools joke, but after some investigation I learn that this transaction is real and Freelancer.com is now the proud owner of 730,000 members at the Warrior Forum.. Scams included.
Since the dawn of internet marketing, we have been taught to build an email list as it is a terrific way to keep in touch with potential and current customers.
So I have built an email list and used Aweber for that purpose since 2007. But lately, I have become bored with Aweber as it seems they haven’t pushed forward with their user interface or haven’t updated with the latest trends such as flat design or responsive designed emails. Aweber has become an antiquated service with questionable security.
If you have ever heard of Neil Patel then you know that he is ‘Kind of a Big Deal’. Or at least that is what Neil thinks as this is the name of his LLC. [just rolled eyes] He has consulted for several fortune 500 companies such as Yahoo, Mazda, Samsung, Techcrunch and Wal-Mart.
Update: One Week Marketing is Now Closed
One Week Marketing is specifically designed for the newbie internet marketer who has some knowledge of basic internet marketing skills, but is so over-loaded with info and lacks for a plan of ACTION.
The Authority Pro WordPress Theme was developed with the affiliate marketer in mind with an extremely optimized layout for high conversions.
An Overview of The Bring the Fresh in 2014
Bring the Fresh is a membership based website which educates people how to rank websites in the search engines and profit from the rankings with affiliate marketing.
Mike Long Leaves Bring the Fresh to Focus on OMG Machines
The internet marketing power duo have chosen to break-up..
Mike Long and Kelly Felix have decided to part ways and focus on their respective own products.
Going forward, Kelly Felix will continue to manage and run Bring the Fresh and Mike Long will be focusing his energy on OMG Machines along with David Mills.