Chapter 1 Introductions, what you’ll need
and definition of terms
Chapter 2: Follow along, as I develop a
campaign-Planning, and preparations.
Chapter 3 using proxies/creating
Chapter 4:Tracking my results (24 hours
Chapter 5:Bonus Material for noobs! Using
FTP, domain names, hosting, sales letters,
landing pages, and more.
Essentially what we are going to be doing is exploiting open communities,
where people go to find information.
For those of you familiar with Y! Answers marketing; This is similar. The
difference and what makes it so much more profitable is all about to be
Now, before we begin let me show you a few sites I use this method with. Y!
Answers –Though the saturation level there is NUTS, so that would be my
LAST pick as I went through these networks. I usually whore various
software there, and the anti-virus niche does really well.
(Ps:Check out all the DIFFERENT version of y! answers. India has one, USA has
one, Canada has one. Some of them share results, but some-like Indias-Don’t.
Meaning you have a less tapped version of answers to exploit)
Answerbag.com-Does really well with trial offers/freebies (think CPA)
Fluther.com-I do well here with wine.com’s affiliate program. There’s so many
different opinions and prices-and types-of wine available, that I can run 10
dialogues a week and sale a few bottles. Considering the commission per
bottle, that’s quite a handy chunk of change. These folks are more refined than
the users on our other sites-so when brainstorming for a good niche,
browsing popular sections can help give you an idea of what to sell them.
Askville.com-Everything goes with these fo