Category Archives: Internet Marketing

Micro Niche Finder Review

Micro Niche Finder is the tool I use to find keywords when I’m looking for themes for articles or pretty much anything else.

It hooks in to the Google keyword tool, so you know that real people are searching for the phrases it finds.

And it stores them in its own database so you can go back to previous searches whenever you want to.

But it also does a lot more:

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Guru Bypass Review

If you’ve been online for a while, you’ll have come across numerous systems promising that you can make your fortune without spending any money, you’ve maybe even come across Guru Bypass.

I’m not sure exactly what caused me to buy the Guru Bypass system – most likely it was the case studies (you can get your copy of these at the end of this page in exchange for your email address).

Anyway, whatever the exact reason, I’m glad I did…

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When Outsourcing Goes Bad

Outsourcing. (Or what used to be called delegation)

The idea sounds great: give all the things you can’t do or don’t want to do to someone else.

Sites like Elance and Rentacoder make outsourcing a task anyone can do.

Most of the time, things go well or at least reasonably well. I’ve been outsourcing all sorts of things for some time now.

But when outsourcing goes bad….

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Article Marketing Automation Review

Article Marketing Automation is a hidden gem that I’ve only just discovered.

It has two sides:

  • A system to publish quality articles to your blogs, either automatically or after you’ve approved them.
  • A system to publish your articles to other people’s blogs.

Both are really easy to implement and you’re in control, so you don’t get rubbish on your site.

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Wordtracker Review – Keyword Research with Wordtracker

If you read almost any book on internet marketing, you’ll be told to research your keywords.

OK, but where to start and which keyword tools should you believe?

If the book you’re reading is old (or at least old in internet marketing terms), you’ll likely see a reference to Overture. This used to be Yahoo’s keyword tool but it is no longer around.

So you can use a free tool like Google’s keyword tool. Or you can use a paid-for service like Wordtracker.

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