Google adds new Referrals and Graphics

While I was browsing through my Adsense account, I noticed that Google had added new referral products. Among the Adsense, Adwords and Firefox schemes, you can now refer people to Google Pack and Picassa, which is a photo sharing program. For each person you refer to Google Pack you get a $2 commission whilst referring […]

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What’s New on Google Adsense?

I thought that I should just update what’s going on in the world of Adsense. The Adsense staff have now added a single page “Make an Adsense Code” for all the Adsense veterans amongst us. I think this was because they received a large number of complaints from the more experienced Adsense users. AdSense have […]

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Selling Niche Products

I regularly hear from Internet entrepreneurs (such as Robbin Tungett and blogger Yaro Starak), that selling Niche products is the key to success. But what is a niche product to start with? A niche is a category, not one of those diverse categories such as “sport” or “films”, but a more defined and generally speaking, […]

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Misspell search for eBay

Every one wants to find a real bargain on eBay. But sometimes with the amount of competition from other buyers on the net, getting a good price just isn’t possible. However, while I was surfing the other day, I discovered that many people when listing their mp3 player for example, spell the title of it […]

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Google to rival Paypal?

Being a keen and regular user of Paypal myself, I thought I should bring to attention some great news that I heard that Google is set to be challenging Paypal with their own internet payment service. Although Paypal continues to earn eBay more than $200 million dollars in a quarter, I’ve still seen many people […]

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