For those of you that read my article on how to make money with a poor mans build a niche store, here is a little proof that my method works.
This doesn't include the average Adsense earnings of $3-$5 a day. Looks like I've finally found something worth doing! So I spent all Thursday night duplicating the process. If this doesn't give you motivation to make money on-line, I don't know what will. Again, with the Poor Mans Bans method, there's no need to buy any software to build relevant, search engine friendly eBay stores. Just pick a niche and go! My buddy at FloridaSPL started a car audio eBay store and was indexed within hours. Meanwhile, the sites I made have yet to show up. Google really does work in mysterious ways.
In other news, Patrick from Blogstorm (one of the many sites I subscribe to) mentioned he was looking for some guest blog posts, so I submitted one, and he approved. Go check it out, How To Scrape Pages With Coldfusion. Leave a comment on his site if you like the article, or have any questions. I'll check the article periodically.
Tonight I'm planning on assisting my buddy with the VPS (virtual private server) he's getting ready to purchase. We'll take a couple hours to get everything just right, but the final result will prove beneficial. Not sure exactly what he's planning on running yet, but here's what the possibilities are:
Who knows. Perhaps I'll document the whole thing and post it up here. The main problem with Virtual Private Servers are the limited resources. This forces server administrators to really limit what's running to make use of the limited resources as efficiently as possible. If you maintain a VPS, what's running on yours? Any recommendations?
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