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Not strategies or techniques, but business models in a more general sense. To give you an idea:
1. Affiliate type website.
2. Content website with Adsense.
3. Affiliate type + Adsense.
4. Your own product - membership site.
5. Your own product - ebook.
6. JV deals.
7. Your own product - software.
8. Directory type site.
9. Online newsletter.
10. Promote affiliate products using AdWords.
Bonus. Sell on Ebay + your own site.
Added by Nelson Tan on May 9, 2012 at 4:09am — No Comments
Upselling is the art of selling the next consecutive product immediately after your customers have bought the first one. This helps you ride on his/her purchasing momentum.
The normal advice is that upselling occurs on the Thank You/product download page. Actually, if you can make a sharp distinction between the various Thank You pages you may already have on your site, you can advertise more products than you may think.
Here are some 'labels':
1) Newsletter Thank…
Added by Nelson Tan on May 7, 2012 at 11:44am — No Comments
Despite the so-called "Death of AdSense" (which happens to be a smart marketing ploy), there are still a few good success stories. At least, the marketers who carry the right beliefs within them know what they are doing to persevere and achieve desired results.
One of these correct beliefs is knowing how bid pricing works. Generally speaking:
1) If there are not enough ads to go around, that particular niche is too small to try.
2) If the "general economy" of the…
Added by Nelson Tan on May 4, 2012 at 4:56am — No Comments
The rage to milk money from Adsense continues into 2012. While there are many different ways to do this, it's no secret Google is keeping a watchful eye on spam sites which automatically generate pages consistently on a daily basis.
Every now and then, Adsense 'experts' would introduce a 'fresh' new way of generating pages which Google "has not caught on yet", be it article, directory or backlink generators.
While these software are very good at what they do, you can't…
Added by Nelson Tan on May 2, 2012 at 1:32am — No Comments