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4 Tips For Using Fiverr.com More Productively

Posted 23rd September 2010 at 06:16 AM by Stuart Stirling

If you've ever browsed through the 'gig' offers on Fiverr.com looking for people to to outsource your small webmaster tasks to, you'll know that it can be pretty addictive and time seems to slip away!

I've been over at Fiverr a lot this week looking to outsource a few tasks such as logo design, backlinking and video producing.

But I noticed how easy it is to get distracted and go from one person's gig to the next and it's hard to stop.

So if you're using...
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Don't Let Your Domains Expire!

Posted 17th June 2010 at 10:18 PM by Stuart Stirling

If you've got sites that are a little old and you're not doing anything with anymore, you might think about letting the domain die out.. save $10, right?

Bad move!.. if...

If your site is developed, got page rank, backlinks, getting traffic and making you money even though you haven't touched the site in over 6 months, you'd have to be crazy to let the domain expire.

Renewing your domain name will be the cheapest traffic you've ever paid for!
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Death of Email Marketing for "Make Money" Opportunites?

Posted 9th February 2009 at 01:26 AM by Stuart Stirling
Updated 12th February 2009 at 11:44 PM by Stuart Stirling (added some BBcode)

Every guru will tell you that "the money is in the list".

And while it's true that I owe most of my success to my lists and other email promotions proving that email marketing is still a powerful direct marketing tool, but is it losing it's effectiveness, particularly in the "make money online" niche?

It seems the days of getting 20-30% click-through rates as they were a couple of years ago are gone. Now, an average of 10% is considered the norm....
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