Sunday, April 16, 2006

The Quick and Easy Way To Make Money Online

This can be a quick way to make money online, but it can also be a quick way to lose money online - if you're not careful. You have to test different ads and try different landing pages to optimize your campaign.

The Quick and Easy Way To Make Money Online
By Michael Nalbone

Still struggling? Damned shame. It's not that hard to make money

Heard that before, have you? Well listen...I'm going to lay it
all out for you, right here, right now & I'm not going to charge
you a dime - you can thank me later.

This is by-far the easiest, fastest way to make money. But it's
important that you follow-through.

Step 1: If you don't have a ClickBank affiliate id, go there now
& get one. It's free.

Step 2: Browse through or search the ClickBank Marketplace and
find a product to promote that pays at least $25 in commission.

If you don't have any money to get going, write a short article
that relates to the ClickBank product. Explain how using the
product will benefit those reading the article. Include your
cloaked affiliate hoplink within the article body as well as the
"about the author" footer. Submit the article to article
directories. Write and submit one or two articles per week.
Within a week or so, you should start seeing some cash coming in.

Step 3: If you don't have a Google AdWords account, go there now
& open one.

Step 4: Gather some relevant keywords & launch a PPC campaign to
promote the ClickBank product.

Step 5: UNDERSTAND THIS: Make sure you use the proper hoplink
format! I cringe every time I see someone post an ad for a
ClickBank product & use the wrong link. Then they wonder why
they're not making any money! The correct format is: - It is NOT - You MUST send
the visitor to CLICKBANK in order for the affiliate cookie to be
set & proper credit awarded for the sale.

Step 6: Keep your keyword bids low and test different ad versions
until you get one that pulls some traffic. If the ClickBank
product has even a half-decent sales page, you should be able to
make more than you spend on the ads. If it doesn't, you're either
paying too much for the keywords, or the sales page sucks - in
which case, dump it & try a different product.

That's all there is to it.

Re-invest your profits to launch & test new products/ad
campaigns. Branch-out and add Commission Junction products to the
mix. Grow slowly & use the money you've made to create your own
product. If you can't write, hire someone to do it for you. Have
some graphics created & set up a sales page of your own.

Repeat the process until you're making the kind of money you're
happy with. It isn't rocket science. I know it works. I've been
doing it this way myself & this method has allowed me to quit my
job & enjoy true freedom. Anybody (and I do mean ANYBODY) can do
this. There's no reason that you can't make money online &
finally tell your boss to kiss-off too.

Here's To Your Freedom! - Mike Nalbone

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