Ultimate Social Media Giveaway – Get In Now & Build Your List!

Here’s a quick tip for you – using social media is necessary for every online business these days, including those sites just promoting offline businesses. So getting into the first social media list-building giveaway is a natural way to build opt-in lists no matter what niche you’re targeting online!

In just under 2 weeks the Ultimate Social Media Giveaway will launch to the public, letting marketers, website owners, bloggers, promoters and interested individuals download the best free advice available on using social media just for trying out the e-zines of those providing the gifts.

So obviously if you’re providing one of the gifts, you’re building your opt-in list with tightly-targeted leads. And the better your gift, the more free targeted leads you can garner.

But that’s not the only way to increase the number of opt-ins you get from the giveaway… The more you promote the event once it opens, the closer to the first page of gifts yours will be listed. And obviously the better your gift is positioned, the faster you’ll build your list.

That makes this giveaway better for newer marketers than most… Since you’re looking for people who are using social media, you don’t need a large list, or any list, to get going well with this one. You can go after that target market using Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and any number of additional social media sites to get your link in front of people already interested in – and using – social media.

Jump all over this one – there are a lot of big names involved, so you know iot’s going to be one of the powerful list-building tools of 2012! And using social media to target a fresh audience makes more and more sense as the popularity of social media and social bookmarking sites skyrockets into unchartered territory.

The Ultimate Social Media Giveaway opens to the public on Feb 25th, so make sure you sign up now and get your gift in place before the launch – then promote the event and watch your list grow! I’m already signed up so I’ll see you on the inside!

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Marketing To Moms: A Multi-Billion Dollar Market

Marketing To Moms: A Multi-Billion Dollar Market

The goal of any business is to make money. And, we’re not just talking about the short term but long term goals of increased revenue. To that end, many businesses are missing out on a multi-billion dollar market: moms. Marketing to moms is the wave of the now and the future.

Why are moms so important?

Moms are enterprising. According to BSM Media Inc., mom spending is already over the trillion dollar mark. That’s more than the budget of some third world countries.

Also according to BSM Media Inc., almost 90 percent of moms consider themselves the financial head of the home. Her husband may bring home most of the bacon but it is the moms who decide how to spend it. They shop for everything related to the household: kids clothing, appliances, electronics, outdoor furniture, accessories and home improvement items.

Any husband that shops for these things is going to consult their wives before buying them. Why? Wives do the research into these products to find the best on the market. Moms influence as much as 85 percent of the purchases for the home. That’s over 70 million women we are talking about here. It doesn’t get any bigger than that.

Think about all of the tasks that moms handle in a day. They take care of the housework, shuffle kids from school to sporting events to other activities, cook dinner and manage the finances. In order to keep everything straight, they employ a wide variety of technology. It’s not uncommon to see a mom sitting in the park watching her kids play while listening to an iPod or browsing the Internet on her iPhone.

Moms are also savvy on the Internet. The trend for many years has been moms coming out of the workplace and starting their own businesses at home to spend more time with their kids. To that end, moms have developed a network of blogs, websites and forums designed to teach moms everything from designing websites, starting Internet businesses, marketing to other moms and managing their homes all the while. Their buying power increased exponentially with their knowledge.

Manly mistake?

Traditionally the only products marketed towards women were household products and cooking items. This goes back to the archaic thought that a woman’s place was in the home. That has been a huge detriment to many companies as they are beginning to see.

Women and moms have made an imprint in the man’s world in many areas. Women are not limited to office jobs; they are CEOs and CFOs. They don’t just surf the Web, they are becoming entrepreneurs with widening influence over Internet marketing. Having moms shun your product because you are not marketing to them means they are also spreading the word to other moms across the world (via the Internet) and in their own communities.

The future

Moms are influenced by other moms. Several generations of moms are coming together to influence the spending habits of major corporations. In the future the trend will continue. As moms become more “connected” in the world, their spending will increase. No product is off limits to mom advertising.

Moms do rule the world. Gain the support of savvy moms with your products and your business will reap the benefits.

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How To Market A Product Online – Marketing Tips For Offline Businesses

How To Market A Product Online – Marketing Tips For Offline Businesses

©2010 Doug Champigny, http://dougchampigny.com. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

One of the most common questions from the offline business community concerns how to market a product online. It’s not that they don’t know how to do marketing – it’s just that they need new marketing strategies for dealing with the online market.

The biggest difference between the online and offline worlds is the size of the market – while many manufacturers will have offices in numerous countries, the online market is truly global – especially if you have translations available for your promotional materials and customer service available in many languages.

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The second issue that must be part of your new marketing strategies is the physical size of the market – is your product easily shipped world-wide? Or is your packaging and packing going to need upgrading before shipping to another continent? And will your product still be competitively priced vis-a-vis local suppliers once the shipping charges are added on? If not, you’re better to focus your online promotions to promoting local, regional and national sales.

Depending on the value of your products, you may need to discuss payment options with your financial institution as well. While low and moderately priced items can easily be handled through credit cards or online services like PayPal, big-ticket items may require the use of wire transfers with or without escrow, so be certain to consult the necessary professionals first before developing your new marketing strategies – possible financial pitfalls like these require prudent solutions before your marketing strategy development process begins.

Assuming all is well with these and any related issues, however, a bit of time to study internet marketing practices currently in use will help a lot in learning how to market a product online. For instance, a blog is simple to set up and maintain, whereas a full-blown website will not only cost you money to develop but also may delay updates while you wait for updates to your site to be completed by your web design company. Conversely, a blog can be updated by any of your office or marketing staff almost instantly.

Since nowadays most offline businesses have a web presence you’ll be safe in assuming your competition does too, so that of and by itself won’t usually be enough to give you a competitive edge – you’ll need to use some of the new marketing strategies utilized by professional Internet marketers as well.

Business article marketing is coming into it’s own online, since most users – your customers included – go online looking for information. Instead of just posting relevant information on your blog, develop an article marketing strategy that gets the info out to the main article directories as well. If neither you nor your staff are familiar with business article marketing yet, go to a couple of the biggest article directories and read through some of the free marketing articles they publish to see how it’s done.

Web 2.0 sites can be well used by offline businesses too, especially advanced methods like incorporating your customer service into your Twitter marketing strategy. A site like Twitter lets your customers worldwide reach your customer service reps instantly to diffuse any potential issues, and giving them specials they can offer just as Twitter promotions can boost your Twitter sales rapidly while keeping your customer base that much happier.

Your offline business can benefit greatly from learning how to market a product online, but first study internet marketing trends and these marketing tips and incorporate them into your marketing strategy development. If you don’t have the time yourself, consider having one or more of your staff trained in the new marketing strategies – it could make a major difference to your bottom line!

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Marketing mentor, coach and speaker Doug Champigny has been teaching companies new marketing strategies since the 1970′s, having owned and operated his own retail advertising agency before transferring to marketing online full-time since 1996. A recognized expert in how to market a product online or offline and master of these new marketing strategies, Doug Champigny is the creator of the PowerStart Marketing coaching program at http://www.PowerStart2010.com and the Affiliate Marketing PowerStart coaching program at http://www.affiliate-marketing-powerstart.info and is occasionally available for private 1-on-1 consultations and mentoring as well. Doug is a regular speaker at many of the Internet marketing and affiliate marketing conventions around North America – watch for him speaking live onstage in your area soon!

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Using video for additional traffic

Mike Paetzold back for the final day of my stop here as part of The Old Bald Guy’s Blog Tour. Wow, seems like I just got here and it is ending already. Where did the time go?

Well let’s get started. Today the topic will be using videos for traffic. If you are looking for more ways to get traffic I strongly recommend Doug’s Top Traffic Tips.

Video is a format that has really come of age online. Now video has become much more popular primarily because of high speed connections. Before DSL and cable became common in households it was impossible to use video. Most people would not be able to download it and get it to stream when high speed was a 56k modem

Now with the exception of some remote areas the majority of people have access to some type of high speed internet connection. This has led to the popularity of video sharing sites like You Tube.

For some video has become their preferred way to get information. The odds are that even if you are reading this here that you get the bulk of your news from television already. You only need to look at the problems of the newspapers to make a profit to see that.

Which brings us to two questions. How do we take advantage of it? How hard is it to do?

Let’s answer the second question first only because I like to shake things up. The answer is…

it depends.

Now before you get all mad at me and I know that last answer got you a bit miffed it definitely is true.

It can be easy to do screen capture or talk over a power point presentation or just speak into your web camera or a flip camera. It can be extremely difficult if you want to create TV quality action videos with green screens and special effects.

You only need the easy version to be able to get traffic from it.

All you would need to do is take an article you created and convert it to a power point presentation, read the article as you go through the slides while recording it. A software like Camtasia can handle that quite easily.

If you are tight on dollars you can do it with free tools like Open Office and Cam Studio. It is bit more work with the free tools but what isn’t? You always pay with time or money.

Either way create the video and upload it to the various video sharing sites. (Tube Mogul is a free service that will upload to multiple sites for you.) Use the url you would like to see people visit to start your description, add in your keywords and you have a video that others can use. (Note: Always do the full url http://yourdomain.com not www.yourdomain.com so that it will be clickable in your description.)

This will give you another venue for people to find your information in a format that they like. It works well using the same content.

In fact quite often I will use the same content for each of the 4 ways I have written about this week.

Create a blog post –> Use it to submit an article (just add a sig file) –> Convert the article to power point and record you reading it –> Strip out the audio and use that as a podcast.

The power in using your content in all of the ways is that you can reach a different audience with each form but you only need to create the basic content one time.

Once you have your initial blog post you can easily make that into the other 3 forms in a half hour once you have done it a few times. The Sunday Night Cash Plan will walk you through exactly how to do that.

I hope you have found my visit here to be helpful in growing your business and leveraging what you already do to get even more traffic.

The Old Bald Guy Blog Tour is going on a hiatus for two weeks to spend time with family and friends over the holidays. It will return in two weeks and the next stop will be at Twitter Marketing Products beginning January 4th.

Have a great holiday and I’ll catch up with you next year.

About the author

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You can also find out and keep current with WordPress at his blog WordPress Made Easy.

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3 Ways To Use Articles For Traffic

Mike Paetzold back for day 3 of my stop here as part of The Old Bald Guy’s Blog Tour. Today the topic will be 3 ways to use articles for traffic. If you are looking for more ways to get traffic I strongly recommend Doug’s Top Traffic Tips.

Articles are a great way to generate traffic to your sites but it takes more than just one. I have seen way to many people complain that articles do not work and it is usually because they did one or two and that was it.

Article marketing tends to start slowly but once it hits critical mass it can explode. You really need to do good keyword research (it just keeps coming up day after day for any type of content marketing) and provide quality so others will want to use your content.

Before I get into the three ways we will discuss today it is important to understand an important item. Most article directories will not allow you to use an affiliate link. If you are going to promote direct to a sales page (not my recommended way) you need to set up a redirect off of your domain or buy a domain that is on the topic and redirect that to your affiliate link.

Quite truthfully almost any affiliate product that I would consider promoting direct with article marketing would be an evergreen product and worth the small investment in a domain to redirect to it. That way it looks like you are talking about your own site and you get more credibility.

Here are 3 ways that I use articles

What to do article

The first is the what to do article. This is perfect if you are going to promote an affiliate product. You tell them what to do and then direct them to the product to show them exactly how to do it.

What to do is good information but it is not complete. Therefore to complete it they need to know exactly how to do it and your signature will offer them the answer for that.

Two part article

This can be perfect when used with your blog or you can create a special landing page on your web site. Start with part one as part of your title and give the first part of the information.

This allows you to send them to part 2 on your site. One good thing to do is have that landing page be a squeeze page where they sign up to your list before you forward them to the rest of the information.

This is one of the best ways to use articles to build your list and with a list you can show them multiple products multiple times.

Back link article

Often times for these articles I use a combination of the two ways above but this article is primarily being done to create back links for my web site. It would be nice to get people to click through and visit but that is not the primary purpose.

Here the keyword phrase I am using in the article and to use as anchor text are my primary goal.

Yes it does need to be good content so people will use it but unlike the first two it is the anchor text and the link that are the primary reason for the article. The traffic will come from Google and the other search engines from the higher ranking rather than trying to compel a click direct to a specific page.

There are many more way to use articles and feel free to add your favorites in the comments below. Tomorrow I’ll be back to talk about one of the most overlooked ways to generate traffic. See you then.

About the author

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You can also find out and keep current with WordPress at his blog WordPress Made Easy.

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Blogs – A Great Way To Get Traffic To Your Products

Mike Paetzold back for day 2 of my stop here as part of The Old Bald Guy’s Blog Tour. Today the topic will be using blogs for traffic. If you are looking for more ways to get traffic check out Doug’s Top Traffic Tips.

Google loves blogs and with a blog you stand a better chance to get ranked in the search engines. Part of this is the blog structure itself and the other is fresher content.

Because a blog is easy to update (if you can use Word or any other word processor you can create a blog post) it is easy to keep your content fresh. Others can easily interact with your blog adding even more fresh content to your blog.

Now with all content marketing and this would include all of the topics I will be covering this week you need to do proper keyword research. Finding the long tail keywords that draw traffic and are easy to compete with is key. You can find out more about keyword research at EZ Keyword Research.

Here are 3 ways you can use a blog to drive traffic to your product or affiliate offers.

1. Write a review of a product. Go through and explain exactly what you liked and what you didn’t like about a specific product. Add in a section to explain who this would work for and who it wouldn’t. Be objective.

Allow others to comment and leave their feedback and link to the product at the end of the review.

Note: With the new rules make sure you have disclosed that you get paid if they buy through the link. Links in this post may be affiliate links for which either Doug or I get paid if you purchase.

2. Use your blog for your email promotions. Because of the various spam filters quite often you can not use the words you would want to use in your email without triggering the spam filters.

Words like make money, free, and many more can keep your email from being delivered. Put up your full promotion on your blog and just send an email to your list with a blurb to make them curious enough to click through and read the full story on your blog.

A side benefit is that quite often the search engines will rank you for that topic and you will get people finding your content that way that are not on your list.

3. Educate your readers and link to appropriate resources (with your links of course) that will help your reader. Use your blog to tell them what to do and your product recommendations to show them how to do it.

You will see this tactic used through out this particular post.

Finally I know that I said 3 ways but one of the things that is missing here on this blog and you should make sure that you use on your own blog is a chance to opt in to one of your mailing lists.

It can be as simple as keep up dated on the latest posts and information on this blog. If you use Aweber you can even automate it where each time you post or whatever time frame that you set your subscriber will be automatically mailed a reminder to come read your latest post.

Hope this helps and if you have other ways you use a blog feel free to leave a comment. Be back tomorrow to discuss using articles to generate traffic.

About the author

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You can also find out and keep current with WordPress at his blog WordPress Made Easy.

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Generating Traffic To Your Website

Hi let me take a minute to introduce myself. I am Mike Paetzold, and for the last 5 weeks I have been traveling across the blogoisphere taking up residence as a guest blogger each week on a different blog. This is part of The Old Bald Guy’s Blog Tour.

Doug was gracious enough to invite me here and I hope you find it beneficial too. This week I am going to discuss 4 ways to generate traffic.

Now there are many more than just 4 ways to generate traffic but as I am only going to be here for a short stay that was as many as I can fit in unless I write a book everyday instead of a blog post.

By the way Doug did a 3+ hoiur call with Willie Crawford that covers these and many more if you are looking for more at Top Traffic Tips.

Here are the 4 ways I will be discussing this week.

  • Blogs
  • Articles
  • Videos
  • Podcasts

Tomorrow I will start with blogs but there is a topic that most ignore when discussing traffic that is necessary to understand first. Traffic is absolutely worthless if you do not have a system to convert it.

Always make sure that you set up that first before you worry about getting traffic.

For example – If you want traffic to build your list you need a squeeze page up and the rest of your system. That includes a thank you page and a download page. Until you have those the traffic can’t do anything for you.

Sending traffic to an offer that does not convert is again a waste. It might be necessary to test and tweak the offer but if you do not have an effective offer work on improving that first before you waste a lot of time and/or money generating traffic.

One other thing that is important to uinderstand and why this part is important is that all traffic has a cost. It can be money or it can be time but you will pay with one or the other to generate traffic so you may as well get as much as you can back from it.

The 4 ways I am going to be discussing this week can continue to send traffic after the initial effort but there is still an initial cost.

I’ll be back tomorrow and start talking about generating traffic with blogs.

About the author

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Mike Paetzold has been online since 2000 and runs numerous blogs and you can find out what he is up to at Mike Paetzold Recommends.

You can also find out and keep current with WordPress at his blog WordPress Made Easy.

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Free Marketing Resources To Bolster Your Marketing Training Library

Here’s three sources for resources you’ll want to visit – each has some powerful Internet Marketing, affiliate marketing and/or niche marketing training resources available to you for free…

First up is Lee McIntyre’s marketing seminar videos – admission to this weekend marketing bootcamp was $997 last August, but you can now get the videos of the entire training course for free – you just pay the shipping to get the CD to you. So go ahead and grab your copy of these free marketing videos, then c’mon back to get…

Free access to the pre-event webinars from Mark Hendricks Internet Super Stars Conference. The conference is in Orlando Florida in January 2010, and there’s a whole series of great training webinars going on before the event itself.

In fact, as I write this, about half of the webinars are complete, and once you register for your free membership you’ll have access to the recordings for those along with notification of the remaining sessions so you can hear those live or get the recordings for those too. Naturally I recommend you attend the Internet Super Stars Conference in January – after all, I’m presenting my Power Start 2010 lecture there and running a hands-on workshop to help you get going faster.

But even if you can’t attend, at least get the free membership and learn from the recorded webinars! And that’s not all either…

Because Shelby Carr and I have teamed up with 27 other Internet marketing professionals to bring you 29 of the best free Internet marketing gifts you’ll find online, all free, and all available to you through the Santa’s Christmas Giveaway site. Be sure to download your gifts right now though, as these are only there for a limited time!

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How Many Blogs Are Enough?

How Many Blogs Are Enough?

by Mike Paetzold – Copyright 2009 – All Rights Reserved

Over the last year or two, no since their inception Google has constantly been changing. The reason they were able to upset such existing monoliths like Yahoo and MSN was this constant change and improvement of their algorithm.

Change continues today and one of the big changes of late is what you find on the first page for a wide variety of terms.

Huge sites like about.com which cover thousands of topics, have a high page rank and tons of incoming links are no longer sitting a top the search engine results for some terms. (They still rank quite highly.)

But more and more often there are relatively new, sometimes brand new sites, that are keyword specific that are sitting ahead of these behemoths. Most are blogs of one type or another. Google seems to have a love affair with blogs.

The tighter the focus of the blog the more likely Google is to love it. This has led to me adding blogs for each specific area of interest. For example if you are an internet marketer and blog about affiliate marketing, article marketing, private label rights products, list building and social media a single blog is probably not your best choice.

If you are in a broad niche where three years ago you could have a single blog with categories and sub-categories now you are more likely to rank better with very specific blogs. In the example above a blog for each of those topics.

More and more marketers are setting up and using topic specific blogs. They aren’t doing it because they like multiple blogs but are doing it because it works. Like Google or hate them as long as they are the 800 pound gorilla the best thing to do is to give them what they want.

Here is what I think Google wants. (I say think on purpose because I do not spend hours scouring their latest patents and trying to figure out their latest algorithm. I just observe what they serve me each time I am searching for anything.) The key is to set up your blog properly. Create some quality content (pillar posts) and build a few links to your new site.

You can enhance that easily by repurposing that content.

  • Submit to the article directories
  • Add an audio version and submit to the podcast directories
  • Convert the content into a video that can be submitted to the various video sharing sites.

The repurposing will allow you to quickly generate backlinks. These back links will allow you to have enough gravity that your blog traffic will start quickly.

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About The Author:
Mike Paetzold got started blogging in 2003 and has become an expert on using WordPress. He has become known as The WordPress Guy. For a step by step plan to get a new blog ranking and traffic check out the Sunday Night Cash Plan.

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Cost Per Action Marketing For Affiliates – CPA Explained

Cost Per Action Marketing For Affiliates

©2009 Doug Champigny. All Right Reserved.

CPA networks, or affiliate marketing operations based on a Cost-Per-Action model, have been around for years, even though they’re seldom discussed in the Internet Marketing arena, and just slightly more often in the affiliate marketing realm. Cost per action, also sometimes called cost per acquisition, is like most other affiliate marketing programs in that you make money from actions taken by targeted traffic your refer to the merchant’s site – but that’s where the similarity usually ends.

In regular affiliate programs, the money you earn is a percentage of each sale you make. With CPA offers, usually you’re earning your affiliate commissions based not on sales but on other actions the merchant wants to effect. It can be downloading a free report, asking for a free sample, having free information mailed out to you, getting access to a private members’ area of a website, etc.

As you can see from the above examples, cost-per-action or cost-per-acquisition is usually modeled so that you’re getting paid for free actions taken by the traffic you refer. So if you’re firmly planted in the affiliate marketing mindset, alarm bells are probably going off in your head right now… After all, what kind of shady operation is promising to pay you commissions when you haven’t made any sales? As if they had the money to just give away like that… Yeah, right!

If that’s what you’re thinking, here’s a real surprise for you: almost without exception, these cost per action arrangements are set up by, or on behalf of, some of the biggest offline companies in the world, including insurance companies, travel companies, offshoots of international banking consortiums, etc. These very large, very dependable corporations use cost per acquisition models to get leads from targeted prospects, leads they obviously hope to convert to ongoing clients. Their lead acquisition programs are tested, tweaked, and tested again, and are some of the most closely monitored results of any online activities anywhere.

It’s very important to remember that marketing is much more mature and professional in the offline world than in most of the online world. Look at the highly-varied background of today’s Internet marketers and affiliate marketers – surprisingly few have a solid marketing background or any formal marketing education at the post-secondary level. While many are earning 6, 7 or 8 figures a year online, most couldn’t even secure a junior-level position in corporate marketing departments – especially not on an international scale.

As a result, online marketers look at what they make on each sale and offer a piece of that to their affiliates. Affiliate marketers look at the product, the conversion rate of the salespage, and the percentage offered as affiliate commissions. Everything is based on the current sale in most cases. The closest most come to a CPA model is offering 100% commissions, meaning that really they’re giving away the sale to get the lead. But again, even 100% commissions are based solely on the current sale.

High-level offline marketing, however, is based on the lifetime value of each customer and factors in the ratio of leads to sales, the average retention rate and longevity of client contracts, and the total dollars earned from the ‘average’ customer or client. While this involves a lot of research and number-crunching Internet marketers are loath to even attempt, it allows lead acquisition programs to blow online marketers out of the water in terms of payouts.

Newer affiliates try to sign up in droves, often spurred on by e-books about CPA programs that tout the high earning possible from a pay-per-lead program. They don’t realize that corporations are very protective both of their brand’s image and of the quality of leads they receive – remember that the conversion ratio is one of the main factors in determining what they pay per lead. This results in as many as 90% of all applications to CPA networks being rejected, dashing the affiliate’s hopes for big CPA earnings.

In truth, without an existing track record in CPA, or very professionally-designed websites heavy in marketing psychology, most marketers will never get into the CPA networks and have a chance at earning money with cost per action opportunities. New CPA networks are coming online though that raise the bar for average marketers, providing both cost per acquisition offers and pre-designed websites shown to drive the right quality of traffic to the merchants’ sites and opt-in forms. These should finally open the cost per action field up to a great many more online marketers, finally making it a viable way for affiliate marketing businesses to make money online using the CPA model. You’ll find the first next-generation CPA network here.

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About the Author:

Doug Champigny is a well-known Internet marketing mentor and speaker with over 30 years of marketing experience, including founding 2 offline ad agencies and 12+ years of online marketing experience. Visit his affiliate marketing blog or see this site for more info about profiting from CPA networks.
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