Example of a simple Website 'A' needs to advertise his/her products, so he convinces website 'B' who knows a lot of people, to promote his/her business. In return, Website 'A' will pay him/her commission according to a bond they sign. The commisions can either be paid through Pay-per-Click (for each visitor), or Pay-per-Lead (for each registration), or Pay-per-Sale (commission for each sale).
So, how do you go about implementing your new… Continue
It’s no secret that a well written blog can significantly help out your website.
An established blog that is updated regularly gets spidered by Google often, and increases the chances of new search rankings considerably.
Blogs work best if updated multiple times per week, even those with a new post every week or two have great advantages.
Party Plan/Direct Sales/MLM (Multi-Level Marketing). Most of us are familiar with the direct sales/party plan business model and it's certainly a viable option to make some money from home. It's a great way to jump in an own your own business without the investment and risk involved with starting your own business from the ground up.
The investment is usually under $200 and should give you most of the tools you need to get your… Continue
I am new to blogging as you can clearly see by my very meager archive.
If you had asked me three weeks ago about blogging, I probably would have laughed at you . Who has time for sitting here and typing daily psychobabble when there is work, laundry, carpooling, house straightening, errands, homework, obligations and a shot at sleep to handle? And why would someone want to read about anything I have to say in the first place? To me, it’s up there with entering contests all day and… Continue
Added by Nancy on July 23, 2009 at 4:38pm —
I am really excited about some developments in my business and I wanted to share them, and especially invite any comments you might have on a couple of issues...
1 - I just released a free ebook called "Work At Home Marketing That Doesn't Suck." It has tips from other online pros on marketing from social networking to website tips. And A bonus section specifically written for parents juggling the family and business. I would love to hear feedback on that book, as well as any… Continue
I currently work part-time at an accounting firm. I am also an independent Watkins associate and of course I blog when I have the chance. My goal is to be able to work completely from home so I am able to care for my three children without commuting and working for someone else.
I am pretty interested in affiliate marketing and wonder if any other of the moms here make enough with it to stay home?
Added by Michelle Lee on June 17, 2009 at 3:56pm —
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Added by jazminy on May 16, 2009 at 9:40pm —
Just wanted to let you all know that after over 6 months of hard work my first ebook is finally live!!! I am so excited about it! It is called Affiliate Marketing SOS and teaches how to build a niche blog with WordPress, and how to make money with it.
I go into great detail about every aspect of it, with lots of screen shots so nothing can go wrong.
It seems to me that, no matter what business opportunity you're promoting, or what product you sale,
moms will always be your target market!
Moms not only shop for themselves, they also shop for thier husbands, sons, brothers, nephews, cousins
in a nutshell moms are born shoppers! or woman in general when it comes to shopping, and always have
a good eye out for a bargain!
Look, it's no secret, I like getting stuff -- says so, right on my review blog -- but, what I especially like about blogging is finding out about stuff (whatever it is, I need, at the moment) connecting with others (like me) and then being able to share all the good stuff...with you guys ...FAST!
Yeah, sometimes I get invited to really cool events (seriously, even my real life friends were more than a little surprised to see pictures of me...in Hollywood) but, I've been doing this… Continue
Added by Liz Thompson on January 26, 2009 at 5:17pm —
If you have been anywhere this month, you have probably seen the barrage of pink everything, everywhere. The sudden invasion of the oh, so happy, oh so rosy, oh so PINK is a result of October being National Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Retailers are participating in cause related marketing - the cause being breast cancer awareness. According to *foundationcenter.org, cause related marketing is when a profitable company partners with a non-profit organization to promote their… Continue
I tried to start a discussion the other day about Squidoo. Yes, I know the name is awful but it gets a lot of traffic and Google loves it. The offer a service that allows you to create one page websites with lots of interactive features. My post didn't peak anyone's interest so I'm mentioning it here.
Their catch is that pages that have lots of features and link to lots of other pages rank higher than others. I've been experimenting with building… Continue
Recently my son’s little four-year-old girl friend arrived at our house wearing a very hip and stylish Hannah Montana ensemble. I, of course, have a boy, and have not been privy to the Hannah craze. I was surprised that this little tyke was completely informed and up to speed on all things in Montanaville. When I spoke to another friend who has six-year-old twin girls, he said that they know everything there is to know about the show, and dressing like the lead character, well, duh… of course… Continue
Getting teens to open up is one of the most important tasks of parenting a teenager. It is also one of the most challenging parts of parenthood. If your teen rolls her eyes, walks away angrily, or retreats to his bedroom when you try to talk to him or her, you are not alone. Many parents…
Most parents find that training their non-disabled children for life's activities is challenging enough. However, parents of physically challenged children have to be especially creative to make sure that their young people learn the daily life skills that they need to be self-sufficient. Occupational…