Wednesday, April 15, 2009
What is a NNN.com
You can define NNN.com as:
any 3 numbers as the domain name.
all these 3 character domains are "supposedly" valuable as they are easy to remember and often make a 3 character acronym.
What is a LLL.com
the L in LLL stands for letter so any alphabetic character allowed in a Domain name. For example
Not to be confused with CCC.com which allows numbers and other characted like "-" hyphens.
What is a CCC.com
the C in CCC stands for character so any legal character allowed in a Domain name. For example
but not #q+.com
Friday, March 07, 2008
Money Magnet epidemic sweeps blogosphere
It updates every 3 minutes showing your earning, the total sales across all money magnets and shows the last person that made a sale.
Get yours by clicking on my magnet above
Monday, October 15, 2007
Review of online video advertising options
In summary they outline the impact on the :
1) video advertisers,
2) consumer that watches the video content,
3) publishers or webmasters that host the video,
4) producers or authots of the video content.
based on the available types of video advertising including:
1) Pre-roll video advertising.
2) Post-roll video advertising.
3) In-Video Advertising.
4) Overlay video advertising
5) Product placement in online video advertising.
6) Adjacent video advertising.
Also covered is the fact that "online video advertising revenue is expected to grow five fold over by 2011 to $4.3 Billion."
Monday, October 01, 2007
Funny viral eBook boosts traffic
The digital book title “How my Granny earned 5 times more affiliate commission than me”, is only three pages long, cutting through the clutter and getting straight to the point.
The squeeze page accompanying the eBook is not to be underestimated. It is not only funny it is the winning formula encouraging the reader to grab a free copy of the book without even having to provide an email address.
To check out the book visit http://www.EasyAffiliateSales.com
This eBook alone had boosted SpinningTornado's traffic to new levels and will perhaps be the first in a series of hilarious viral eBooks to come our of this corner of the web.
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Promotional Video putting YouTube traffic to shame
Watch 30 second of videos to win a Sony Playstation 3
LeadsByVideo is giving away monthly prizes to it's video viewers. The videos are only 30 seconds long each, and every time you watch 3 videos you get an entry into the draw.
Last months prize was a Sony PlayStation 3.
Thursday, August 02, 2007
LBV un-officially launched just hours ago
If you sell or promote something online, and you're after quality not quantity traffic then you should get it quick.
Since not many know about it yet, you're in the ideal position to get exposure fast and repeatedly until others start adding their videos to the playlist.
LBV helps businesses profit by delivering the highest quality leads available anywhere online.
The unique service is free and uses video infomercials instead of limited text link ads to educate prospects about the businesses' products. This results in increased sales with minimal customer enquiry.
So guys, no time to waste. Visit http://www.LeadsByVideo.com and start using the system to your advantage.
Thursday, May 10, 2007
Leads By Video pre-launch press release
LeadsByVideo.com (LBV) is a soon to be launched advertising service with a twist that's sure to
please anyone thinking about advertising through video.
Viewers watch the promotional videos
of others in return for getting their own aired and even professionally produced.
LBV is designed from the ground up to maximize rapid lead acquisition. The videos are thirty seconds long and range from short infomercials to branded advertising.
At the end of each video the viewer decides whether to click through to the advertiser's website, flag a video for later follow up or watch the next video.
Advertisers will be able to monitor the number of views and leads generated for each of their videos. With multiple videos, advertisers can get greater exposure or split-test. Tom Zorde explains further:
"Advertisers can create two similar videos, perhaps with different audio, or offers. They can then test which converts viewers to leads more effectively. Effective video marketing has been, up to now, virtually out of reach for many smaller business owners."
"These business owners have been experimenting using free video sites such as YouTube with limited success . This is because these sites attract viewers primarily seeking entertainment. LBV is different as it's designed to attract viewers that will watch commercial video."
LBV is currently seeking advertisers interested in getting their videos into the system for free airtime at launch.
Visit the web site www.LeadsByVideo.com to register your interest and to stay informed of the launch date.