Posts Tagged ‘Planet-Andrea’
I had a blast at Affiliate Summit West this past January (though it seems like a year ago…) and besides meeting up with luminaries like Shoemoney, Scott Jangro, Shawn Collins, the enigmatic e-book “crusade” Jon F of WickedFire, PlanetAndrea, a major highlight was meeting PepperJam head honcho Kris Jones in the flesh.
PepperJam head honcho Kris Jones and Andrew Wee at Affiliate Summit West, Jan 2007
If you’ve been reading the PepperJamBlog for any length of time, you’d discover a treasure trove of information and can bump up your Internet Marketing efforts.
In his latest post “Affiliate Marketing – Thinking Outside the Box“, Kris dishes out the dirt on how he recently executed a campaign grossing $30,000 in sales, netting $15,000 in profit. And while some Super Affiliates may net six or seven figures in income per month, consider that Kris spent 15 minutes setting up this campaign.
So Kris has made a killing off UGG Boots.
How would he further enhance his efforts? (more…)
Since it’s launch, Elite Retreat has evoked a firestorm of debate among online marketers.
Attendees from the first ER paid $4,500 per head to attend the exclusive event.
The upcoming second ER to be held on 19 and 20th March in San Francisco is raising some hackles with its $4,950 price tag.
I’ve often heard the question on the forums and a number of Internet Marketers have been asking me this question:
Is it too much?
And often I hear the gripe that (more…)
2007 looks like it’s shaping up to have a whole lot more memes.
Some will obviously be interesting, fun and insightful. The bulk, unfortunately, will have…lots of room for improvement on being interesting, fun and insightful.
The more interesting (and slightly voyeuristic ones like the ‘5 Things About Me’) ones will tend to generate more social traffic, and attract longer term longevity and reader stickiness, especially if you come across as personable and likeable.
Sticky content is one of the foundations of sustainable and credible social traffic generation.
Yes, memes may seem to contain (more…)
When it rains, it pours. I got tagged twice today with this meme making the rounds by PlanetAndrea and CasThompson.
Like a game of ‘Pass the Message’ which you play in a big group, depending on who you check out, the meme is known as:
At first look, it seems like Shoemoney and DaveN are on to the right thing. Then again, it could mean that DaveN is good at following formats after being tagged by the Shoemeister.
So this freeform means you have the right to rename the meme (Master Rename Rights so to speak).
Instructions: (Especially for those I’m tagging)
From what I gather, you are supposed to:
- Disclose 5 personal things about yourself
- Tag another 5
victims friends to pass this labor of love to.
Here’s my (more…)
More than a week after the Taiwan earthquake which damaged a number of undersea optic fiber communications cable (see: Taiwan Earthquake Rocks Internet Marketing World), things are still not quite up to speed.
Although there is Internet connectivity in the 99% region, the available bandwidth has been affected. I estimate that in Asia (southwards of Taiwan) are probably at about 60%-80% of the pre-earthquake levels. I suspect the Internet Service Providers might be metering the bandwidth and skewing more resources towards corporates.
Although I have both cable modem and DSL connections, I’m finding that hosted applications (more…)
I was looking through the comments for the previous post, and Char gave an example of her permalink structure, citing “domainname (dot) com / postname”.
For the record, domainname (dot) com is an actual domain. And it has a decent PR6, Alexa 153,000.
Imagine 500 bloggers or content publishers citing that example and reproducing the linkÃ‚Â on their site every month…
That would add up to a significant number of backlinks would it?
And by extension, you can leverage on your Google PR by pointing at your other domains, or selling text or banner links through PlanetAndrea’s banner/text brokering services.
Sounds compelling, doesn’t it?