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Giving Props I wanted to pay tribute to somebody who has been instrumental in shaping my internet business. I've followed a small group of internet marketers. Some of them I've lost interest in as they seemed to have lost their way. Such is also the case with Lynn Terry. She was the first person who provided me help with my internet marketing business when I was both … [Read more...] about Two Big Lessons I Learned From Lynn Terry
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Are You Doing The Challenge This Year? This year's Challenge by Ed Dale and all is an exceptional step by step guide to getting up and running on affiliate marketing. I highly recommend you take a look at it even if you're a seasoned pro. There's something for everybody and it's completely free! … [Read more...] about Use A Gmail Template For The Challenge Posterous Posts
Build One Good Site First When I started out, none of this stuff made any sense to me. One one hand, people were claiming to make huge amounts of money in internet marketing. On the other, the steps it seemed to take were numerous and illusory. Every guru out there had their angle on how to do it and they rarely agreed with each other. That is, unless they were promoting … [Read more...] about The Number One Mistake I’ve Made