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Who Is Filing Bankruptcy? Stats For Your Affiliate Campaigns.

Posted on November 24, 2009 by Tim Schroeder

Demographic Stats. They can make or break your next affiliate campaign. How can you use this data on Who Is Filing Bankruptcy? 1. Bankruptcy Campaigns 2. Payday Loans 3. Low/No Credit Credit Card Offers and a lot more. Think about it! Highest Converters: Education: High School/GED Followed By Some College Gender: Slight edge for males. […]

Quick Tip: Long-Tail Your Way to Success

Posted on January 17, 2008 by Tim Schroeder

What do you think is going to be harder to rank for in the search engines, “Web Hosting” or “Web Hosting Orlando FL?” The answer to that is easy and pretty obvious. In most cases, the shorter the keyword phrase you are targeting the harder it will be to rank well for. Doing a phrase […]

TNX – A Better Way to Buy and Sell Text Links?

Posted on November 12, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

The growth of the new TNX text link ads network is pretty amazing. Within a couple short months their Alexa rating is currently at 13,236 but even more impressive is their current 32,636 users. It’s clear that their timing was right and that those buying and selling text links were looking for a better system. […]

Bidvertiser, I’ve Taken the Bait

Posted on October 24, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

I keep getting those Special Advertising Bonus emails sent by Bidvertiser to current Publishers. $20 FREE advertising credit for current publishers! We are so confident that BidVertiser will work well for you also as an advertiser that we will immediately credit your advertiser account with $20 worth of funds, no deposit on your part needed! […]

Best of the Web Directory (BOTW) Free Advertising

Posted on October 11, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Best of the Web is offering free Premium Sponsorships for 60 days. When you sign up for a premium sponsorship you will be able to feature your website or blog at the top of a relevant category and alongside BOTW search results. So this got me thinking, How about a new small Best of The […]

Your PageRank Just Dropped!

Posted on October 09, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Looks like we have the highly anticipated PageRank update finally underway. At the moment eMonetized still does not appear to have its PageRank updated but I’m hoping that will change over the course of the next few days. I don’t want to have to wait another 4 to 6 freakin months! On most websites I […]

Relationships = Hype = BlogRush = Success?

Posted on September 20, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Why is BlogRush having such a huge amount of immediate success? One common answer I’ve read is that BlogRush is about the power of HYPE. This is certainly true but “Hype” is often not the first part of the equation. It’s about building RELATIONSHIPS! Lets face it, BlogRush really isn’t anything revolutionary and it’s NOT […]

BlogRush Reviews: BlogRush Around the Blogosphere

Posted on September 18, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Chances are that you have already heard about the new traffic exchange program content syndication network, BlogRush, pioneered by internet marketing legend John Reese. I didn’t rush on over to this network as fast as I should have but after reading so much hype about BlogRush I was feeling a little left out. I can’t […]

Ideas for the Next John Chow Ad Contest

Posted on August 24, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

I emailed John Chow yesterday mentioning how I was thinking about some different creative ways I could use my 125 x 125 ad banner his website. Here are a few of the ideas I thought of: 1. The “Hot Spots” Banner. This was one of my favorite ideas but unfortunetley John didn’t want to add […]

4 Free Tools for Finding Hot Affiliate Marketing Niches and Trends

Posted on July 30, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

1. Google Trends: http://www.google.com/trends Google trends is a nice little tool by Google that lets you take a sneak peak at the day’s hottest searches. Google Trends highlights searches that have sudden surges in popularity rather than showing the most popular searches overall, which would always be generic terms like “weather.” The algorithm analyzes millions […]

Thinking Outside the Box with Joint Ventures

Posted on July 25, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Creating joint ventures with other website owners is nothing new. However, I believe there are many ways joint ventures are underutilized. Here are two examples: Joint Ventures on Thank You pages: Approach another website owner offering a relevant non-competing product or service. Then ask them if they are interested in trading a short paragraph or […]

Who Else Wants a Free Name Squeeze Page Script!

Posted on July 11, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

A Name Squeeze page uses a script that opens up something similar to a pop-up on your sales page. Your sales page loads first, followed by a floating/overlay box which includes your opt-in email form or some other call to action. Creating email opt-in forms in pop-ups is nothing new, but because the Name Squeeze […]

Getting to Know the Linkerati: Building Relationships with Bloggers

Posted on July 05, 2007 by Steven Bradley

Guest post by Steven Bradley of TheVanBlog Yesterday I mentioned building relationships with people as a way to generate natural links into your site. Just as all links are not the same, all the people you get to know will not be the same either. Some will be much more likely to link to your […]

Say ‘No’ to Reciprocal Links and ‘Yes’ to Building Relationships

Posted on July 04, 2007 by Steven Bradley

Guest Post by Steven Bradley of TheVanBlog Ever received one of these emails? Dear Webmaster, I am the owner of {fill in site name} and found your site {fill in your site name} and found it very good. As you know links are important to search engines and it is in your best interest to […]

A Better Approach to Article Marketing

Posted on July 03, 2007 by Steven Bradley

Guest post by Steven Bradley of TheVanBlog You’ve probably come across the idea of building links through article marketing. You write an article with a bio that links back to your site and maybe even add a link of two back to some of your pages in the article itself. You submit your article to […]

Understanding Quality Links

Posted on July 02, 2007 by Steven Bradley

Guest post by Steven Bradley of TheVanBlog You know you need to get links back to your site, but what kind of links should you be looking for? Not all links are created equal and some will help your site a lot more than others. In some cases a single high quality link can be […]

Tips for Getting The Most Out of Squidoo

Posted on June 19, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Squidoo is a social media website that allows you to create a webpage, called a Lens, on their website about any subject. The definition they created for “Squidoo” explains it best: Squidoo: SKWID-OO, n. v., adj., addiction. 1) thousands of people creating a handbuilt catalog of the best stuff online 2) a free and fun […]

Quick Tip: Comment on High Traffic Blogs

Posted on June 14, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Commenting on high traffic blogs can help send a nice amount of traffic to your website. Although it will not always help your search engine rankings because the comment links are often tagged with rel=”nofollow,” in this tip we are after the traffic. See here for more on what “no follow” is all about: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2005/01/preventing-comment-spam.html […]

Being Creative + Google Adwords Site Targeting

Posted on June 11, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

If you are using Google Adwords, but are not experimenting with Adwords Site Targeting feature, you could be missing out on a lot of low cost, quality traffic. Site targeting lets AdWords advertisers choose individual websites in the Google content network where they’d like their ads to appear. If you want to place your ad […]

My StumbleUpon Ads Campaign Results

Posted on June 08, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

In a previous post titled “My $100 Stumble Upon Ads Campaign” I mentioned how I purchased 2000 “Stumbles” through StumbleUpon Ads. The total campaign costed me a total of $100 (.05 for each visitor). I targeted males between the age of 18 to 45 that live in the United States. About 1750 of the 2000 […]

SEO 101 – A Brief Intro to the Basics

Posted on June 07, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

One of my goals for the new eMonetized blog is to not only cover more advanced topics on internet and affiliate marketing but also be able to help those just starting out. In this short article, I’ll be covering a couple of the most important elements of basic SEO. As mentioned in the SEO Acronyms […]

The Best Keyword Research Analysis Tools

Posted on June 06, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

In Affiliate Marketing, choosing the right niche and using the right keywords is key to the game. For the complete newbie, keywords are the words and search phrases potential customers type into the search engines (Google, Yahoo, MSN etc) search box while looking for products and services like yours. Keyword research tools allow you to […]

Do You OnlyWire? An all-in-one Social Bookmarking Service.

Posted on May 30, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Yesterday I signed up with an all-in-one social bookmarking service called OnlyWire. Previously, the only Social Bookmarking service I was using was del.icio.us. While they certainly are the most popular, shouldn’t I be taking advantage of the many other free social bookmarking services to gain more traffic and backlinks!? However, if you are like me, […]

My $100 Stumble Upon Ads Campaign

Posted on May 29, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

A humble welcome to my new Stumble Upon viewers! You see, today I purchased 2000 “Stumbles” through Stumble Upon Ads at a cost of .05 each for a total of $100. I’m of course pointing this traffic to this emonetized.com website and it’s another case study in-which I will share with you the results. I’m […]

75+ of the Best Blog Directories and RSS Search Engines

Posted on May 29, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

There are millions of blog readers on the internet but is anyone is reading your blog? Now this could be for a number of reasons. Maybe you are never updating the blog? Maybe you don’t put enough thought into your posts. Maybe you are not offering anything new? Each of those possible readership problems can […]

Understanding SEO Acronyms – The List

Posted on May 25, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Search Engine Marketing (a.k.a SEO), whether it’s via pay-per-click advertising or search engine optimization, is a “must know” skill for any successful affiliate marketer. As a continuation to my Affiliate Marketing Acronyms post, here is a list I put together of the most common SEO acronyms. SEO The acronym SEO stands for search engine optimization. […]

Avatar Marketing. Does it Work? Case Study 1

Posted on May 23, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

I’ve decided to start some small scale advertising of the new eMonetized blog starting with something known as Avatar marketing. I’ll be sharing the results of some larger scale marketing campaigns (using Review Me etc) later but I want to build up some more posts first. Avatar marketing is nothing new but is something that […]

A Clever Way to Find More .EDU BackLinks Through Google

Posted on May 22, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Most of you probably already know that you can use Google to search for how many pages of your website they have indexed or an estimate of backlinks. I’m going to dig into using Google Operators a little deeper with an example of using them to find .EDU backlinks from blogs. Click on the following […]

301 Website Redirect: non-www to the www

Posted on May 18, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

One of the first things I’ve done during the setup of the eMonetized.com website is to use a 301 redirect to automatically redirect the non-www URL of this website (emoneitzed.com) to the www version (www.emonetized.com). What is a 301 Redirect: A 301 Redirect basically tells the the search engines that a website or particular URL […]

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