Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

I’m really excited to make this blog post!  This post comes as result of months of planning, execution, and waiting. Every since I learned about how it was possible to sell your own private labeled product on the Amazon Marketplace, I’ve been obsessed with coming up with my own product and putting my business training […]

As May moves along, I’m happy to report that the 2nd product idea that both me and my wife are working on is moving along right on schedule.  We are concurrently in the business logo design and the product sourcing phase.  The purpose of this blog post is to relay to my readers some interesting […]

So as you know I’ve been talking about starting my own physical product import business that involves sourcing products both domestically and abroad and selling those products via my own Amazon product listing. Well I’m one step closer to getting this business up and off to the races.  Over the past month, I’ve been doing […]

So last post I mentioned that I was purchasing traffic on the Google Content Network. Basically allowing Google to place my ads where ever they felt would best fit the content on of my ad copy. During this process, I was tracking the various sites on which I was being placed in hopes of contacting […]

Last month (February), I decided to run a little experiment that actually turned into this case study I’m presenting right now.  As many of you may be familiar, my favorite sources of revenue online come from running cost per action (CPA) offers.   Up until recently most of my offers were either mobile or lead generation […]

So I recently found out that Leadbolt can facilitate cost per install (CPI) Android based campaigns in their system.  Check out the info here:  Leadbolt CPI.  Read the last line on the page to see what I’m talking about.  Not only was it CPI traffic, but it was NON-INCENT CPI traffic which means its usually […]

Many of you may know how much I’m into finding traffic sources that are not as exploited as many of the mainstream sources.  Many of you out there probably mainly use Google, Yahoo, Bing, Jumptap, Leadbolt, Airpush, etc for many of your mobile campaigns.  There’s nothing wrong with this as I do the exact same […]

So I came across a post on the Performance Marketing Insider blog a few weeks ago that talked about how there are so many unconventional sources of traffic out there when it comes to mobile advertising.   Most people are aware of the major traffic sources for mobile traffic such as Google, Adcenter, Jumptap, Leadbolt, and […]

Disclaimer ** I’m not actively doing this right now ** I’m writing this blog post to express to you guys a tactic that I employed back in February of this year to get some quick downloads to an offer I was promoting.  Now, before your eyes buckout really big, I’ll have to warn you the […]

So a few weeks ago, I embarked a small lead generation proof of concept test.  The purpose of this test was to see if email leads generated from a mobile source would indeed be responsive to a cpa offer that was emailed out to them on a follow-up email sequence.  Basically what I was doing […]

As you all know I’m all about diversifying my traffic sources.  It’s not wise to place all your eggs in the same basket and the same holds true for online advertising.  I recently had a conversation with a friend from an online mastermind group.  Her question for me was “are you capturing lead data before […]

So this month, I’ve been running a hog pog of dating, virus scanning, and ringtone offers in my affiliate business.  Since my app development business has been focused on the Google’s Android operating system, I’ve also focused all my cost per action (CPA) pay per click (PPC) efforts on the same platform.  Things have been […]

Hey everyone!!  Today is my birthday.  March is always my favorite month of the year.  Today I turn 32 years old and I’m very excited to see what this new birth year will have in store for me.  When I woke up this morning to check my stats, as I do everyday, I was greeted […]

Hello readers.  You may have been wondering why has their not been any updates for the month of January.  It’s not like me to go so long without posting any updates.  Well this month I’ve been fasting from computer usage after work hours. Our church does a corporate fast each year where we give up […]

So I just wanted to check in to let you guys know how my SEO project is progressing.  Well as a recap, at the end of November my website was experiencing the Google Dance.  This was happening because I was creating too many links in a month (link velocity) to my newly created website.  What […]

Its the end of the month and its time for an update of my progress related to my Google  search engine optimization project.  As I’ve blogged before, I have developed a niche website that centers around a product that I’m actively promoting via Yahoo / Bing.  What I did was take my most profitable keywords […]

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