Monday, November 13, 2006

RSS Made Easy - for the Busy Marketer

In case you've not heard of RSS before, it's going to be one of the hottest online trends next year - Folks at Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, eBay, etc are rushing to support RSS.

Have you ever wished you had more attention to Yahoo when they launched in 1995? Or when Google made its debut in 1998?

If you had missed the boat the first time, here's your chance to jump in now on the next hottest trend online!

This ebook will help you understand RSS (in plain English) but more importantly, how you can profit from RSS!

Take a sneak peak:

Okay. Now let's move on to some other strategies to from Google AdSense.

As promised in the last issue, we will address how & where you can get content for your blog & website.

1. Articles directory. Go and visit some articles directories, and you'll find thousands of article on various topics waiting to be published. The authors of these articles allow you to publish their articles on your site or blog provided that you leave their Resource Box / About the Author section intact.

Here are some articles directories:

2. SPAM. Everybody hates SPAM. But do you know that SPAM can be a good source for website content? I got this idea from a forum I visited everyday. Here's what you can do: Setup a blog. Whenever you receive a SPAM, post it to your blog. At the end, you'll have a blog. And search engine love content!

3. Public Domain is also another good source for website content. Not only that, you'll also be able to compile your own info product to sell and keep 100% pro.fits! Here's a good guide on how to from public domain. (Mohd Fairuz -