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Friday, January 20, 2006

Totally Dominate Adsense

Here's another pack of Adsense Websites that I found whilst browsing. Looks like you get 59 adsense websites for $97. Please see my important note at the end of this message! Some of the marketing spiel from the sales page:

Earlier this year, I set up my first Adsense™ website. Although initially, that crappy little website only made me about $49 a month, I was fascinated that I was able to make this money without lifting a finger. So I started thinking, if just one crappy little site can earn me $49 a month, why couldn't 10 more pay me 10 times that? So I got busy building more sites. And a couple weeks later, I had over 50 websites running. Each of those sites paid me money without me having to do a single thing. My website traffic to those sites wasn't very good at first, so I implemented a few easy advertising techniques (included in this package). Within a few weeks, my sites were earning about $11 a piece, each day. As the weeks moved along, each site earned a little more and more each day. Now my sites each make around $22+ a day, which totals to a whopping $33,000 a month!
Link: Dominate Adsense Important Note; I have not purchased this product so I cannot give advice on whether it is any good. The link above is not an affiliate link. If anyone does purchase the pack, let us know what you think please.

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At 1/20/2006 11:02:00 AM, Anonymous Aitch said...

Hi Gary,

I remember browsing through the business opportunities pages of a UK publication called the Exchange & Mart back in the 70's and 80's. It was full of well written, eye catching headlines and articles on so called 'Get Rich Quick' schemes. Boy was I tempted by some of them but fortunately, never enough to be sucked in!

A few years later, so many of these were exposed as being scams on the TV show ‘That’s Life’.

I'm not saying this link leads to a blatant rip-off (we couldn’t possibly know that at this stage!) but it would certainly be interesting to know if anyone has befitted or been bitten from such hype.

Are these types of web pages not the modern day equivalent to the get rich quick classified ads of yesteryear?

Despite the above rant, there's still a part of me that's tempted by the offer. Hmm!

Enough said


At 1/20/2006 11:09:00 AM, Blogger HCG said...

"Special Sale Price Offer Ends Midnight, Date: January 20, 2006

Price increase scheduled after this date"

I'm guessing that changes day by day!
Just like Oli, I'm totally put off buying into these type of products based on the spiel that they try and entice you with.
If I could find out what the product is and does within a minute of opening the page I'd be a lot more likely to think about buying it.
As it stands I've just spent a good five minutes trying to comprehend what they want me to buy and have returned here with less than a clue.
All the big bold catchphrases and pictures of fast cars totally killed my instinct that this could possibly be a decent investment!


At 1/20/2006 03:19:00 PM, Blogger Gary B. said...

I hear ya! Most peoples sales pages are annoying - it's why I like 2 paragraphs and a buy button!

I just realised that this is promoted via clickbank. Clickbank offer a refund guarantee, so if they are not your cup of tea, claim the refund...

I still won't buy them though, as I have a lot of websites ready to go, already. Another 59 websites is not what I am after right now...

As I said, if anyone does buy, please post back here with your thoughts...


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