Entries for the ‘Affiliate marketing’ Category

Yahoo $1.99 Domain Deal!

Hey all!

Get CHEAP domain names at Yahoo! for $1.99 before 31 March 2007! It’s only valid for new customers and for the first year ($9.95 for subsequent years). Grab it for the first year then transfer it to your own registrar!

Here’s the link:

and here’s the small print:

Free $600 worth of PPC funds!

Gear up for free advertising this christmas season, the major Pay per click network are offering free credits!

Microsoft Adcenter:
$200 free for US Residents: promo code DM-2-1106. Promo expires January 15, 2007.

Google Adwords:


I added my sites to google and yahoo sitemap today, hopefully that’ll increase my traffic. Some people says submitting their sitemaps causes them to have poorer rankings, others say otherwise. I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

Learn more about sitemaps at wikipedia

MoreNiche’s Early Christmas Presents!

MoreNicheLook at the goodies MoreNiche sent me by DHL this morning! I won one of their contest and received a MP3 Player, T-shirt, a bag and a leather wallet! Neat, huh?

The IMoreNiche program is completely free to join. They provide guides to help newbies with internet marketing, a team of web designers, SEO consultants and programmers to help you get your business going…. and guess what? Their services are free as long as you are promoting their products.

PPC Abuse Awareness Video

There has been a recent explosion in abuse of AdWords, Google’s PPC (pay per click) advertising platform. It is apparent that the techniques do not follow Google’s own clear guidelines. Unfortunately, users and legitimate advertisers pay the price, while Google and the unscrupulous advertisers profit.

PPC Campaign ended

My funds ($100 + $5 free) on my PPC campaign finally finished and I only ended up with 3 sales (commission $125) which gave me a $25 profit. I think that’s a very good start because I’m not making a loss. I’m going to try another campaign but this time targetting only US and Canada instead of worldwide traffic.

So here are the final results:

Online Business Pharmaceutical Site – PPC First Sale

I’ve forgotten how many days have past since I started that pharmaceutical site. Anyway, I set up an account at GoClick yesterday and had an advertisement up and running for my pharmacy site. I took the opportunity to offer a “weekend special” discount to the visitors who came through the ad and changed my website template to include an announcement about that offer (e.g. “Save $20 on your purchases! Type in coupon code: XXXXX after checkout”).

Affiliate Revenue September 2006

Sorry for the late report, I totally forgot about this section hehe. Going to try Pay-Per-Click around November, I met someone on the RX forums who’s doing PPC on his pharmacy site, he uses the smaller pay per click advertising companies like GoClick or Search7. I never tried those because I don’t think the traffic will be as good as Google Adwords or Yahoo! Search Marketing, but small PPC companies are the only way to advertise pharmacy sites if you don’t have a pharmacy ID (Yahoo and Google requires you to have a pharmacy ID if you bid on drug keywords like “Accutane” or “Cialis”, etc). Time to try something new! 🙂

Online Business Pharmaceutical site: Day 77: First Cialis Sale!

This time, a sale on Cialis and a whopping $78 commission. Two sales and already $100+ in commissions, this is getting interesting. Commissions are very impressive. Next step… to make a sale every week.

If you are interested in selling pharmaceutical products like Hoodia, Soma, Cialis, etc… then give my

Affiliate Revenue August 2006

Well, I thought to myself that if I report my progress on options trading… I should do the same for my affiliate revenues. These are passive income, sometimes my sales are made when I’m at work or when I’m asleep. This is something I’m proud of. It’s not as great as options, but I want to grow it to ease my transition from a job to a work-at-home (or anywhere around the world) business!