Archive for January, 2014

3 Quick and Easy Ways to Build a Profitable Opt In List

The money is in the list.

That’s a recurring theme and an absolute necessity for making money online. Successful online top earners know how to grow a customer/prospect email address list and regularly use these three key subscribe methods.

Unfortunately, when many online marketers finally realize they need a good opt-in list there’s a good chance they will go about it the wrong way. Are you struggling to build a list?  You read countless articles, search out expert advice, may be even buy a cheap ‘how-to’ course or book because you read a guru’s success story about creating a small fortune with opt-in lists.

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The Best Place to Find Income

The Best Place to Find Income
johnson By Rodney Johnson, Senior Editor, Survive & Prosper

The best place to find income is where few are looking. And right now, few are looking at municipal bonds.

That’s not surprising. After all, who would want to buy Jefferson County, Alabama bonds? It declared bankruptcy a while ago… and not much has improved there since then.

What about Vallejo, California? Not many takers there.

How about the city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania? No, it went bankrupt.

Detroit anyone?

I didn’t think so.

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3 Popular Ways of Making Money on the Internet

make money online Do you know that 95% of the people starting out in their internet businesses fail? That number may be as high as 97%.

In the middle of all the noise and hype on the internet today, not many people realize that all the ideas and techniques you can find are useless if you don’t first understand what your business model is or how are you going to make money on the internet. Even the most remarkable internet marketing technique will not work if you don’t understand how to apply it to your business.

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Develop Your Facebook Marketing Strategy

Homer Simpson D'oh I committed a cardinal sin by not posting to this blog for a couple of weeks. Yeah, I took time off and did not set my auto posts before disappearing.  I forgot the primary rule related to ‘measure twice and cut once’.

Sure, I double checked and verified all personal and property security were taken care of , BUT did not double check the business. Please learn from my mistake.

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