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If you want to make money online (and everybody wants that) you need something pretty simple: traffic. The more traffic you have the more money you make. Everyone wants more traffic. Internet Marketing guru, John Reese, has came up a great way to help your blog get more traffic, a widget called Blogrush.

 

How is works? All you have to do is place the BlogRush widget on your blog and earn a credit each time it is displayed when your page loads. You are rewarded by using your credits to display your blog content on other blogs that use the widget. BlogRush works by taking your RSS feed content and syndicating articles across the network at blogs that are topic-related to yours. Let’s say you run the BlogRush widget and your blog gets 1000 views per day. That means headlines from your blog will be viewed 1000 times on other blogs running the BlogRush widget. What’s more, if you refer another blog to the network and they do 1000 page views per day, you’ll get your headline shown another 1000 times. This goes down for ten generations.

 

Watch the video, it will explain much better than me:

 

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After announcing the new web 2.0, AuctionAds is making another step to expand. With two new improvements: promote AuctionAds and earn 5% affiliate referrals (they raised from 2%) and second, any new publisher signing up for AuctionAds will get an instant 25$ to his account. If you already sign up and not get paid your account will be credited with 25$ too. But, AuctionAds raised the minimum payout to 50$, so you have to earn another 25$ to get paid.

 

New publishers just need to sign up and they will receive a balance of $25.00 automatically. Please note if you signed up with us previously and have never earned a payout we will bump your current balance to $25 too! Our minimum payout is also being raised to $50 but everyone who hasn’t earned a payout to date will be halfway there already!

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Today I get an e-mail from agloco.com talking about their August update in: revenue, tech and media:

Revenue – We are excited that we have signed one of our major revenue partnerships for North America last week. We will be making the formal announcement later. Getting a major company to work with their own internal system to start to take advantage of the Viewbar’s capabilities is very exciting to us. It will take our partner’s tech team 3 to 5 weeks to complete their work, so you should see changes occurring after that time.

Tech Update The tech team reported that our move to new servers was completed last week. Early reports are faster downloading for most locations. Also, all Member accounts have been updated for total hours accumulated.

Media – We have received a lot of positive emails about Mike Klingler’s interview with Brian Greenwald. In it, Brian talked about the AGLOCO Vision and he answered some questions about the company’s current progress and trajectory. Mike and other Members have worked to make this available to all Members. Here you can listen to the interview.

 

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Media Whiz International took AuctionAds and now we have a new in improved service: the new “web 2.0”.

Login to your account and go to the “Get Code” page. You will notice a sleek new ad design with multiple color schemes to choose from that we think will increase click-through rates to your ads. Stop by and check out our new design of AuctionAds.com where you will notice a cleaner look and feel that’s fun and easy to use!

And seems this is just the start of some improvements that we will see in the next weeks.

 

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A few days ago we find out that pligg is for sale. Now we find out the price for it: $150k. Seems that this price is for domain name (evaluated at $5k) and pligg’s community of 10,000 users. That means we have $15 for each user.
Cheap?

via socialnews.wordpress.com

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A recent study made by University of Texas in collaboration with Chitika shows that 50k blogs from the internet generated $5 millions from ad in 2006.
How they do it? They took the Chitika revenue from more than 12.000 publishers, assumed that every blogger have 3 source of revenue, they estimated the total revenue multiplying Chitika revenue by 3.

Using Chitika revenue numbers from 2006 and assuming that bloggers will, on average, diversify across. 3 revenue sources, and assuming that they will typically try out other sources that will generate similar revenue streams, it is safe to estimate that the total estimated revenue for their blog will be at least 3 times the revenue attained through Chitika. With the sample data set, (BlogID, Rank, 2006 Revenue) standard statistical predictive modeling techniques (in this case, the specific regression model used was a variant of the Pareto model) were used to estimate the advertising revenue earned by blogs across all ranks.

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The study came to that summary of findings:

Ad revenue in a blog is more sensitive to the rank of the blog than what ne would expect in a typical Zipf Law 80/20 curve situation. One reason for this may be the ocial value of advertising in a blog. If online advertising is like advertising in a mall, advertising n the blogosphere is like advertising in a country club.

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blogging time

Do you have a blog? Do you want to start another one? How much time do you spent on blogs?

 

Many people, including me, have full-time jobs. That means 40 hours a week. But, let’s be honest, you spent a little more than 40 hours with your job. And you want to make some extra money. So you are having a blog. now, I have a question – How often do you post? You are posting daily? Once at three days? or, more? If you are posting daily, how good is your post? And beside that, you have time to start another blog.

 

I suggest you that you take your time. Start a blog, see how it goes and know how much time you will need to devote to it. Once you have one up and you are feeling ambitions, then start another. So once you have set up your first blog, maintain it consistently with thoughtful posts. At that point, reflect back on the process and ask yourself if you still want to start another one knowing what the process entails. Take your time and make a good one. Or you will lose your audience.

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