The information in these threads is pure gold, and it occurred to me that if a number of us all posted our top ten threads, the result would be some kind of awesomeness explosion of incredible knowledge. I know how much I've benefited from my own top ten, so I'm quietly excited to see what gems might come up in other people's top ten as well.
So, I'll begin. These are my current top ten, in no particular order:
- An amazing thread from Derek Pankaew where he opens up the book on his success with CPA marketing. Derek was kind enough to answer, so far, 6 pages of specific questions and has provided extremely valuable insights.
- A very handy thread from John Taylor where he outlines a specific practical plan for how to create a membership website for just $15
- A great high level and yet specific plan from Ken Preuss for how to create a 6 figure internet business. Ken covers all the essentials you need to be aware of.
- A fantastic video presentation and subsequent discussion from Nick "nichemarketingninja" Madison, sharing the approach he has used to build an $8K per month Amazon Associates account.
- A very practical and informative post from Keith Dougherty, perfect for starting out, that shares the plan he implemented in his first 4 weeks of CPA marketing. He generated a steadily increasing amount in his first 4 weeks using this plan.
- A very specific post from Leiva Matias, detailing 12 precise steps for creating a profitable PPC CPA campaign.
- A highly informative guide from TimG on how to write the perfect article for Ezine Articles.
- A collection of great CPA threads, and an introductory video, compiled by honestbizpro
- An insightful post from Gary Neame, discussing the psychological factors behind effective sales.
- A sensational thread from John "XFactor" where he opens up the book on how he got to the point of earning $300 per day, solely from Adsense.
These threads have been invaluable, thanks to all the posters!
Please share your own collections of nuggets of wisdom from the forum. A little description along with the link to the thread will also help to make this a great "at a glance" resource.