Archive | July, 2006

Google checkout

31 July 2006

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I was going to give Google checkout a try to sell my new ebook. They have a couple of things which seemed pretty cool for people using adwords, but unfortunately it is only available to US based businesses for now.

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Ebook submitted to clickbank

29 July 2006

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Following up on my goal of getting my next ebook finished this week, I finally made the final touches to the pdf and made the landing and purchase pages. I am using clickbank again. I think the only reason why you would use clickbank is to take advantage of the affiliate program option. It costs […]

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Why isn’t everyone doing this?

28 July 2006

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I am kind of continuing on from yesterday’s post and a comment that was left on my blog that got me thinking; if making money on the internet is so easy, why doesn’t everyone do it? If everyone quits their job to write ebooks and blogs, who is going to do all of the necessary […]

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Forget about working in a job

28 July 2006

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Steve Pavlina has a great article on his site, “10 Reasons why should never get a job“. It kind of relates to what I tried to write in my own post on working for yourself versus working for a company. It convinces me more and more that this is the way to go. Classic quote: […]

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Go Take a break

25 July 2006

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I am not kidding but sometimes the best way to make money is to go and take a break. Living in Japan I see people working ridiculously long hours. I have always had the opinion that it is generally impossible to concentrate from an extended period of time. I know some Japanese feel they are […]

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First full ebook sale

25 July 2006

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I made my first non-affiliate sale today with Clickbank! I can now submit my product into the Clickbank marketplace. I am not sure if this will have any effect on future sales, but it is exciting to have made at least one full sale. To stay in the marketplace, you need to sell at least […]

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allWebscape Webmaster Interview

25 July 2006

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The webmaster of allWebscape approached me recently to advertise on this site. The webmaster is a fellow Australian and what he was doing seemed interesting. I have a couple of directories myself, and rather a paid advertisement I thought doing a short interview would be interesting and beneficial to both myself and my readers. There […]

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Getting started with PPC podcast

23 July 2006

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I downloaded Shoemoney’s latest podcast to my ipod and went for a long walk yesterday. It is over an hour long. I have tried to listen to podcasts while I work at my computer, but I have found that it is impossible to listen to it properly and take it all in. If anyone is […]

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Latest mini site

22 July 2006

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I am working on my latest mini-site – an introduction to day trading. I have dabbled it in a bit, before I go into internet marketing. I forget now what even inspired me to register the domain. I am fairly sure the keywords are high paying.

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Podcast with one of the founders of blip.tv

18 July 2006

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Just listend to a podcast with Mike Hudack one of the podcasts of blip.tv. It is very interesting to hear their thoughts on where video is going.

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