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New Member Intros / Re: Hello, my first visit
« on: June 25, 2009, 11:05:57 PM »
Hello Birman -- come on it, the water's fine!  You've found a good home, RRW is a great service and a great forum.  Be sure to browse the products released over the past year.  You will definitely find a lot of great value.  If you have questions, you'll always get great insight from the great other members here (not so sure about me - lol).  Again, welcome!

Marketing Talk / Re: Click Fraud on Facebook
« on: June 25, 2009, 11:00:20 PM »
Hey Jim -- great info.  Thanks.  I haven't been willing to go the PPC route just yet (guess that's a good thing).  I can't say I'm surprised by this subject - there are always jerks out there trying to take what isn't theirs.  I'm still learning my around article marketing, building authentic backlinks and TEs and will be on that track for a while.

Around the July 4th weekend I'm preparing to to an article blitz to see what I can stir up (I'm working on unique variations of some articles now ready to submit.  Stay tuned.

Marketing Talk / Re: Article Marketing: A Big Threat In The Air?
« on: June 24, 2009, 12:07:46 AM »
Hi guys--just wanted to chime in on this very interesting topic.

I've had some success with the big gun.  Lately, I've begun to think that diversity of submission is the real key to growth and results.  My current thought is to submit to some other sites and rely a little more on the social sites.

What say you?

Marketing Talk / Re: Free website builders
« on: June 24, 2009, 12:01:45 AM »
I appreciate these posts.  The Ablewise site is new to me.  Thanks.  I like the action step of a report (as noted) but I'm not sure that ever using jargon in a title (SEO???) sells. 

I do like the idea of modifying a classic headline as suggested ("They laughed when I sat down at the piano..").

I may try Squidoo again - I started a "learners" site for practice and darn if I didn't sell a couple products with article marketing in a niche I really didn;t know that much about.  I might give it another go.


As I'm starting to cruise the different topics, I came across this post.  Thank you.  I really enjoyed it and hope it's part of some ebook or course you offer! 

#7 cannot be emphasized enough.  Besides, generally a consumer didn't go to a site for pictures unless they add illumination to the text.  Does that seem right?

Mastering PLR & MRR Products / Re: How To Save Over $150 !
« on: June 21, 2009, 04:06:51 PM »
Interesting sales letter.  I have certainly looked far and wide over the net for the last 3-4 months.  RRW has plenty of ongoing material for me.  Some of the items - like web site themes - are simply jaw-dropping in quality.
!  My challenge is to focus on the material I'm getting from Mark, add value to it as needed or desired, and then ACT on getting something valuable out to the marketplace.  It's sure a lot of fun working at it. 

New Member Intros / Re: Hello from new forum member
« on: June 21, 2009, 03:54:51 PM »
Thanks for the warm welcome y'all.  Good to meet you.  I'll be joining you next in one of the other discussion areas.

New Member Intros / Hello from new forum member
« on: June 19, 2009, 11:25:07 PM »
Just want to say "Hi."  I'm relatively new to PLR and brand new to this forum.  I look forward to learning quite a bit from other members and contributing when I can. 

Although I'm new to IM, I do have my first site up (still needs work).  I picked generating emergency cash (by saving money immediately or making more right away) as my first niche.  I probably should have used more thought but I found a PLR book I could edit and market pretty quickly, got excited and and went for it.

Every day is a learning experience.  I'm sure grateful for this site, this service and this community.  I'm looking forward to being an active participant.  Thanks!!

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