I have to confess, I didn’t sleep much last night. I’d sent my wife to the airport the previous day and spent all night searching the net for more Internet Marketing stuff.
I was using the automated Blog submission software from SecretBlogWeapon.com to list my blog on a whole blog directories and traffic generators (it took about 2 hours…).
I’m expecting quite a number of high PR backlinks to result from this. And I haven’t even started on the 176 blog traffic generators yet!
Midway through my efforts,I stumbled onto something remarkable, which would help crank up my traffic and affiliate marketing income several notches.
What I found was so exciting that I spent quite a bit of time checking it out. I was really tired and lay in bed. But after lying there in the dark thinking about all the possible traffic I could be losing out on, I jumped out of bed and fired up the computer.
(So I’m a little sleep-deprived now).
Imagine, being given the top sponsored position in a search engine for FREE (yes, it’s your permanently!) AND free PPC traffic too.
Sounds too good to be true?
But back to that later.
My buddy, Stuart Tan, who owns Internet Marketing Singapore, is in the UK right now.
He’s participainting in Internet Marketing Guru, Yanik Silver’s UK Underground seminar. How ‘underground’ is it? Well, Stuart’s not been giving away much, though he’s put some snippets on his blog.
I especially liked him talking about Liz Sherwood.
Just imagine, in your first year of Internet Marketing and earning $60,000 a month.
Blows the mind!
To those Internet Marketing naysayers out there, I have two words for you: LIZ SHERWOOD.
I’m a nosy guy (sorry, curious man) by nature. So I probed into Liz’s website to look at her latest venture.
This is where the top keyword position and PPC comes in.
Liz’s latest project: SearchBigDaddy.com
By enrolling in the project, you get the top keyword listing in this new search engine. Looks very Internet Marketing savvy, and PPC traffic.
When you recruit affiliates, your credits continue to accrue. It sounds like you retain the top search term, regardless of your recruitment efforts.
Sound too good to be true?
I thought so too, but anyway, I went ahead and grabbed the top keyword position for my search term (it’s blogging related…).
ps: Thanks Stuart for the tip. I appreciate the opportunity to jump in on Liz’s venture. (ahead of you…)
Here’s the link again: SearchBigDaddy.com.