Affiliate Dashboard

Whether you’re selling products or services online, chances are you’ve been paying attention to the lightning fast rate at which new Internet marketing products come out.

It seems like every other day another new product offer hits my inbox…so I know how easy it is to feel confused or overwhelmed about which products are right for you, especially when you’re just starting out!

There’s only 1 product I know of that boils down, step by step, what you need to do and how to do it into a simple “point, click and follow the steps” system that includes 36 steps to get traffic to your website via your own affiliate program.

That product is the “Affiliate Dashboard“.

If you’ve been sitting around saying you wish that some day the keywords you’ve bought would somehow magically turn into traffic to your website, or if you’re frustrated waiting for your SEO expert to finally, maybe, possibly get back to you, or you’re tired of wasting money on systems that just don’t seem to work then maybe it’s time you stopped making excuses and just get it done!

Here’s the formula: Affiliate Dashboard = Get It Done

If you want to get more traffic to your website then check out Marlon Sanders’ brand new Affiliate Dashboard right away.

Be a lazy git and you can have it all!

Posted September 26th, 2007 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Internet Marketing

Lazy Git Marketing

Lazy Git Marketing breaks the silence and reveals how anyone can set up simple little websites that consistently make money without having to worry about getting top rankings in the search engines or pay for your visitors. And once these sites are up and running they only take a few minutes each month to keep the money coming.

If you have websites with PageRank 4 or higher then you could be making money within a few days, if not, then this report shows exactly how you can grab the domains you need quickly, or build them over time.

If you’re already earning money online, Lazy Git Marketing shows how you can add an extra income stream to your existing business with a minimum of maintenance required. If you’re just starting out Lazy Git Marketing provides a step-by-step plan to start earning a solid reliable recurring income online WITHOUT having to learn about SEO, Web 2.0, PPC, AdSense, List Building, reselling PLR products or creating your own info-products.

Look at what these people are saying:

“So mind-numbingly simple, I wonder why I didn’t think of it myself!” Joel Comm –

“I’ve never seen any else write about what he’s doing.” Phil Wiley –

“The best part of using this technique is that you don’t actually need traffic! That’s right. It’s crazy…but true. AdSense earnings rely on traffic and clicks…so if you’re not getting much traffic to your sites you won’t earn much from AdSense…but, this overlooked way of making money could be just what you’re looking for.” Neil Shearing –

Discover for yourself what’s got all these Internet Marketing experts so excited…

Turn documents into PDFs in seconds!

Posted September 19th, 2007 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Content Publishing

PDF Creator

Unless you’re a complete Internet newbie (and we know you’re not!), you must have noticed that documents of any importance that you download from the Web are in PDF format. PDFs are great, aren’t they? No matter what operating system you’re running or what software you use, PDFs come to you exactly as the author intended, with the layout, fonts and images all perfectly preserved in a single small file for you to download.

People have come to expect e-books, brochures and any other downloadable documents to be in PDF format. What tool do you use to create yours? Some used to spend a fortune on software to turn docs into PDFs. If you’re looking the wrong way today, you could still spend more than is neccessary. Luckily for you, we found a piece of affordable software which can turn any document into a PDF within seconds! You didn’t have to fork out a cent until you’d proven to yourself that it could do everything you wanted it to do, because the publishers offer a FREE trial version of PDF-Creator.

For WordPress Blogs

I have tried and tested several plugins like WP-Notable and “Share This“, but by far Sociable covers the largest number of social bookmarking sites and is the easiest to install. Hence if you’d notice, I’ve changed to this plugin.

Also notice that there is an outstanding role of buttons that does not seem to belong to the group under “Share and Enjoy”. Sociable produces “Share and Enjoy”. As bookmarking sites proliferate, I found myself adding more buttons manually. If there’s a little ‘techie-ness’ in you, you should be able to do this too once you understand the structure of the coding.

For your convenience I’ll just publish the codings for all the other bookmarking sites to date, starting with DropJack:

<a href=";?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;title=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;"><img src="" alt="&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" /></a>

<a href=";url=&lt;?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;title=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;"><img src="" alt="&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" /></a>

<a href=";?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;title=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;"><img src="" alt="&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" /></a>

<a href=";address=&lt;?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;title=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;"><img src="" alt="&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" /></a>

<a href="#"><img src="" alt="diigo it" style="border: medium none" /></a>

<a href=";?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;t=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" class="BlueDotPartner"><img src="" style="border: medium none" /></a>

<a href=";?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;title=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;"><img src="" alt="&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" /></a>

<a target="_blank" href=";?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;title=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;"><img src="" alt="&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" /></a>

<a target="_blank" href=";?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&amp;title=&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;"><img src="" alt="&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;" /></a>

I have no idea how your WP pages are formatted, but if you have a preferred position to place these buttons I trust that you’ll figure it out soon. Only 3 files from your WP template needs to be edited: index.php, archive.php and single.php. To give you a clue based on my own files:

1) index.php: the coding is placed between </div> and <p class="postmetadata">Posted in  |   </p>

2) archive.php: the coding is placed between </div> and '<p><strong>Pages:</strong> ', 'after' =&gt; '</p>', 'next_or_number' =&gt; 'number')); ?&gt;

3) single.php: the coding is placed between &lt;?php the_content('<p class="serif">Read the rest of this entry &raquo;</p>'); ?&gt; and '<p><strong>Pages:</strong> ', 'after' =&gt; '</p>', 'next_or_number' =&gt; 'number')); ?&gt;

Reload the files in the template directory. Hopefully it should work.

For Blogger Blogs

Check out YOUR self-development blog as an example. Remember to check the “Expand Widget Templates” box. Look for this paragraph of code:

<p class='post-footer-line post-footer-line-2'>
      <span class='post-labels'>

            <a rel='tag'></a><b>,</b>

Paste the following coding right after it:

<!--Bookmark: -->
<a><img alt='StumbleUpon'></a>

<a><img alt='DropJack!'></a>

<a title='DiggIt!'><img alt='DiggIt' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to'><img alt='' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Furl'><img alt='Furl' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Simpy'><img alt='Simpy' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Spurl'><img alt='Spurl' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Yahoo web'><img alt='Yahoo' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Reddit'><img alt='Reddit' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Newsvine'><img alt='Newsvine' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Technorati'><img alt='Technorati' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Wists'><img alt='Wists' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Blinklist'><img alt='Blinklist' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Fark'><img alt='Fark' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Blogmarks'><img alt='Blogmarks' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Smarkings'><img alt='Smarkings' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Ma.gnolia'><img alt='Ma.gnolia' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Segnalo'><img alt='Segnalo' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Blinkbits'><img alt='Blinkbits' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Netvouz'><img alt='Netvouz' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Connotea'><img alt='Connotea' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to Linkagogo'><img alt='Linkagogo' border='0'></a>

<a title='Google Bookmarks'><img alt='Google Bookmarks' border='0'></a>

<a title='Windows Live'><img alt='Windows Live' border='0'></a>

<a title='Mister Wong'><img alt='Mister Wong' border='0'></a>

<a title="Add to Facebook"><img src=""></a>

<a title='Sphinn'><img alt='Sphinn' border='0'></a>

<a title='Add to PlugIM'><img alt='PlugIM'></a>

<a title='Add to Propeller'><img alt='Propeller'></a>

<a title="Add to Backflip"><img src=""></a>

<a title='Add to Bibsonomy'><img alt='Bibsonomy'></a>

<a title='Add to'><img alt=''></a>

<a title='Add to folkd'><img alt='folkd'></a>

<a title='giftagging'><img alt='giftagging' border='0'></a>

The slash right after the image link is a MUST. The coding will work, no question asked, phew!

Exit Grabber

Mark Hendricks has just released a software that could retain your visitors’ attention for a few more precious seconds the moment the cursor touches the browser’s option menu area, but I think it’s worth it. Try Exit Grabber.

The Jackrabbit Factor

Posted September 7th, 2007 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Personal Development

“Have you ever wondered how you could change the lives of yourself and your family when you are at your very wits’ end…”

You are invited to flip the pages of a story about Richard as he took a long walk of reflection in the forest…

“I am genuinely impressed…In a unique and creative way, Leslie’s story will lead her readers through successively increased levels of awareness and leave them not only with an uncommon confidence, but more importantly, with the ability to make any life change they desire…I strongly recommend you purchase multiple copies of this book for your family and friends.”

Bob Proctor
Life Success Productions Founder and Bestselling Author of “You Were Born Rich”

Very few self-development books can get as emotional as this one, simply because “The Jackrabbit Factor” is written in storytelling style.

Richard stormed out of his house in anger and desperation only to embark on his own amazing and courageous journey where he discovers his own best advisor: his inner voice.

Do you have money and relationship challenges?

If you do, that’s OK. You are perfectly normal! But extra-ordinariness belongs to those who always seem to have an internal know-how that guides them…

Do you know what your inner voice is telling you?

You really have to find out for yourself, just as thousands of other people on this planet had succeeded! You will be able to proceed with confidence in pursuit of your dreams and ideals, whatever they may be.

Cover Action Pro

Mark Monciardini has a set of Photoshop Action Scripts for creating e-covers to represent most popular media types. All you need to do is design a FLAT Photoshop template, input it into the script and voila! It turns 3D. You can create great looking e-covers in minutes with Cover Action Pro.