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Update About The Blog And

May 30th, 2010 . by Anup



Sorry about the lack of posts from me. I’m currently working on a new theme for the blog

and also working on a freebie section. All this has forced me to cut down on posting to the blog.

But if you’re looking for great information for free , check out thirtydaychallenge.com

I won’t lie. You’re going to love it. I very highly recommend it to Beginners (and Experts). This is Internet

Marketing. I love it because it isn’t all that shady stuff you tend to find in the Search Engines.

Making money online or in the real world is not about cheating people . You can offer genuine value to people.

You don’t have to pretend to be something you’re not to do it either.

8 Rules You Must Know To Prosper In The New Economy Now

May 25th, 2010 . by Anup



Came across a very good report the other day . Its called “The New Profit Rules” by Charlie Cook. You can get it here. Quite honestly you could use this book to turn your business around. Internet Marketing included. Well thought out, to the point , practical and applicable, supported with facts ,is based on experience and what works.

You need to check this report out to survive this lousy economy.

http://www.marketingforsuccess.com/profitrules-ns.html

As always

Have fun with it.

“The part I like about Charlie’s writing is every plan ends in action steps the reader can take to reach closer to achieving success.

Unlike most of today’s pundit writers and endless bloggers with no agenda other than to hear themselves ramble, Charlie outlines a clear path to success for entrepreneurs. I also enjoy his succinct presentation that I can read without wasting time.”

Jeff Dobkin
Direct Response Copywriter, PA

:59 seconds How Psychology Can Improve Your Life in Less Than a Minute

April 24th, 2010 . by Anup



So this has nothing to do with Internet Marketing . But success in anything begins with you. This ,quite honestly, probably is the only self help book on the planet which has looked up previous research. If anything you’d understand you were given rubbish advice.

“Most people would like to be more creative, more persuasive and more attractive. For years, gurus and ‘life coaches’ have urged people to improve their lives by changing the way they think and behave, but scientific research has revealed that many of their techniques, from group brainstorming to visualization, are ineffective. Fortunately, psychologist Richard Wiseman is on hand to provide fast-acting, myth-busting scientific answers to a huge range of everyday problems. From job-hunting to relationships, and from parenting to self-esteem, personal and professional success may be less than a minute away …Find out why putting a pencil between your teeth instantly makes you feel happier. Discover why even thinking about going to the gym can help you keep in shape. Learn how putting just one thing in your wallet will improve the chance of it being returned if lost.”

—  Amazon Editorial Review

If you’re going to buy another self help book , should be this one. IF anything you’ll learn about some of the senseless experiments people quoted in those other books. Some of them are merely urban legends. They never happened . No one can find anything on them. Please Check this book out. You owe it to your sanity. Getting through this book is easy. It is well written.

Written by Professor Richard Wiseman .

“Richard Wiseman is Britain’s only professor for the Public Understanding of Psychology and is the author of the bestselling Quirkology. He is the psychologist most frequently quoted by the British media.”

59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot (Borzoi Books)

Crowd Funding ?

April 22nd, 2010 . by Anup



Quick Funding ? . Any funding would be nice sometimes.

By the way the title isn’t hyped up or vague theory. But of course you’d have to

pull it off successfully first . But it isn’t impossible . Don’t judge

this before you’ve tried it. It works and when it does its amazing.

This is what Non profit organizations do . You don’t have to be

non profit and you don’t have to pay it all back.

This is not an MLM Scheme. This is not a pyramid scheme. This is genuine .

This is good when you understand it .

This concept is called Crowd Funding. Like the name suggests it involves getting

money for something/anything from other people. You can pool up money using this

process for projects you desire. All this without hype. There isn’t too much room for hype

in this method.  Best of all there are sites you can try and pony up cash. People out there

are willing to help out other people and causes they feel are important .

The beauty of this is that you can pull it off without having to learn to be a business person.

Here’s the wikipedia description http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crowd_funding

Here are a few Sites you can use to fund your projects.

Kapipal

Indiegogo

Rockethub

KickStarter

Incase you need a tutorial or would like instructions on how to make it better.

Check out TellmanKnudson’s 90 Minute Cash Advance

www.90minutecashadvance.com

This is a powerful concept. This has massive potential.

Do give it a test.

Have Fun with it.

Paid Vs. Free – What You Need To Understand About Them

April 15th, 2010 . by Anup




Why Bother Paying For Anything ?


–Recommended–

Here’s something that you’re absolutely going to love.  Simply superb information you can use now.

For once information overload isn’t all that you get for FREE.

http://www.cambridgebusinessacademy.com/

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So here’s one of those things you end up asking.  Why even bother paying for something ? Money doesn’t grow on trees and most of you wouldn’t mind paying for something truly valuable. But that isn’t something thats very obvious right off . People do lie and some of them are quite good. Rubbish marketing claims seem to be the order of the day sometimes. So why paid communities. Why paid membership sites ? . And why ask people to pay if all they want to is help. Read on for a good answer.

Over the years, I have had the chance to be part of  paid communities and free communities open to the public. I have found “free” communities are good but filled with many “haters” and hackers and people uploading bad scripts to hurt members. Also, there is a “free only, scarcity” mentality in many cases with some bad apples rather than an “entrepreneurship, abundant” mentality. These places are filled with not only mad information from people that have never and will never have success, they pose opinions as fact without testing real world practices. This misinformation and disinformation is often bad advice given by “know it all haters”.  They are annoying and you don’t want them dragging you down. There is no need to put up with this kind of negativity. There’s only so much you can put up with.

Haters never pay. Of course there always is the fact that you want your business paying for the resources it consumes. But that’s another story. Criticism is okay but hating only drags everyone down. There’s no point to it and its a nuisance.

This is why getting into a Paid Community is worth it.

 

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