Joined: 23 Mar 2004
|Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2005 10:30 am Post subject: O/T: AdWords for beginners AND veterans
Issue 76: May 25th, 2004
Harvey Segal, Editor
Hello SuperTips readers,
I've been thinking of two very lucky ways that someone
can make a fortune online.
Suppose in the early days of the Net you had acquired a
domain name like business.com with some plan to develop
it. Then discovered that the name was worth 7 million
dollars. Yes - that's the actual price it went for.
Another lucky stroke would be if one of these super
affiliates had joined your affiliate program when they
were first starting out.
Imagine receiving a note some years ago: "Please send me
details of your affiliate program and advice on how to
promote it. I am new to online marketing. Thanks. Corey
Now I've recently had a similar experience, nothing on
the scale of Corey Rudl but certainly a welcome boost to
I've got several hundred affiliates signed up to my
affiliate program here
But as you may realize only a small proportion are
However one is very much more active than the others.
A few weeks ago I noticed the start of a burst of sales
from this new affiliate. He was selling more than all
my other affiliates put together.
Yes, that stroke of luck had happened to me.
A super affiliate had arrived at my site.
What was his secret ?
All became clear when I looked up the real name behind
his ClickBank nickname.
It was Chris Carpenter the author of Google Cash - the
famous book which shows you how to make your fortune
with Google AdWords.
A book I had not read.
Because a colleague had told me that it was suitable for
AdWords beginners, and as I had been using AdWords for
some time there was no need to acquire it.
Well my colleague was right and wrong.
He was right because this is the ideal book for
beginners. But wrong because I was hooked from the very
first chapter where Chris showed real examples of how he
had spent 20 minutes or so putting together campaigns
which would go on to net him hundreds of dollars a
But even more than the wealth of tips Chris provides I
found the book totally motivating.
By using the techniques shown and applying a little bit
of imagination anyone can emulate his success.
In fact I soon found myself singing 'If I Were A
On which note I will leave you with the link
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