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I came across a pretty good webinar from Paul Ponna this past week were he discusses an online marketing plan utilizing guru product launches and web sites. The webinar was hosted by John Jonas and appears on his website here. The concept promises massive free traffic, hundreds of quality backlinks, massive affiliate commissions, and a profitable mailing list. Paul Ponna is an expert in ClickBank and Information Product marketing online. Half way through the presentation the discussion switches to a product that Paul offers, but the first 30 minutes is very good. I am not an affiliate for the products.
If you are involved in affiliate marketing, then creating a email list of website members has become one of the most popular ways to sell products and promote new programs that become available within the niche of your site. Many suggest using a paid option such as AWeber, GetRepoonse, or Constant Contact. But after seeing different popular services in WebSite Magazine, I selected the free service from MailChimp.com.
IM Leadership opened and closed a couple of months back but I still wanted to review some of the material that was presented before the class closed to new registration. From the link here, you are able to download a free report on local search without Google. Google seems to be the main player in every online field but Howie Schwartz of IM Leadership has prepared this 42 page report to point out some of the Local Search sites outside of Google that you can use to pull traffic to your local websites and generate leads for your local customers.
Adam Short and the Niche Profit Classroom Team are currently offering a trial period for their program at an incredible price of $1.00. Nice chance for anyone looking to create profitable niche sites that remain high in the search rankings while earning money with no out of pocket expensive after the initial development and marketing. Take a look at the course HERE.
If you are looking for some nice bookmarking services, I would suggest that you take a look at HelloTxt, Ping.fm and PixelPipe. I used to exclusively use Onlywire but after many issues and a recent change to a paid service model, I have switched to these three completely free services.