Re-marking the Pathway to Making Money Online

Reading Jim Kukral’s blog, Marketing Ideas Online, is not good for my daily timetable. I tend to get distracted from what I’d intended to do.

I’m not complaining. It’s just that he’s always coming up with something of real interest and value.

Like today.

Something like an hour and a half ago I took his advice, dropped what I was doing and went to read this blog post on  Jeremy Palmer’s Quit Your Day Job.

Jeremy is an affiliate marketing success story and explains why he is changing his online marketing strategy and how.

Why did checking that out take an hour and a half? Well, I clicked on the link in Jeremy’s post to John Reese’s report The Re-Birth of Internet Marketing. I was well aware of Reese’s reputation as having made a ton of money online and I found it a fascinating document – lots of food for thought.

I liked particularly the emphasis on developing quality, content-rich sites and Reese’s admonition – “don’t sell to a market, serve it”.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi!!! thanks for sharing your post. This was a good idea that can help us. We are all looking for that one program, idea, concept that will make us the money we are looking for. But if your mind is not ready to “accept” the new idea…. it may just pass you by without you even knowing it. What I’m trying to say is it’s important to know just what you are looking for before you go hunting.

    Crizza on wealth

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have been following Jeremy Palmer for a year. He has made some real good money online. Nowadays I focus on providing good content, building my lists and serving my customers. I have to keep it simple or I’ll get tangled up in my money making ideas. Good post!


  3. Anonymous says:

    You were right.
    But reading Your post was not good for my daily schedule as well.
    But it was worth it.
    Thank you very much for the links.