Last week I decided to simply try another domain registrar by transferring 3 domains away from GoDaddy. After
happily blindly relying on GoDaddy as my primary domain registrar for years, I had an extremely difficult time believing they would stoop as low as they did. As a result of the events described below, they've permanently lost not only my business, but the business of my clients, friends, family, and potentially a few Nullamatix.com readers.
Most of the "make money online" blogs that exist today are repetitious. There's no fresh or innovative ideas, no creativity, just the typical regurgitated non sense you're probably use to seeing. However, throughout my journey I've come across some no BS blogs that really provide a lot of value, and no, I'm not talking about John Chow and Shoemoney, those two are tools. I typically prefer to keep my resources to myself (unless asked directly), but today I'm feeling generous, so enjoy.
The majority of webmasters are aware that in order to rank high in search engines, permanent backlinks are required, and TNX.net provides just that. In this post I'll elaborate on the ins and outs, the pros and cons, and whether or not TNX.net is a service worth allocated resources to.
Here are my three choices from Daily Blog Tip's tutorial submissions. This post is fulfill the requirements for the contest being held by Daily Blog Tips. If you haven't already, check out my submission here: Make Money With a Poor Mans BANS (build a niche store) and vote for it by writing up a post similar to this one, and linking to it!
With the mild success of a half ass attempt at setting up an eBay affiliate site, I decided to put some real effort into an ever better site. Google's index was reporting some very unusual variations during the first week or so, but now, RollaParts.com has over 350 pages indexed in Google. This means traffic, and good traffic at that (organic traffic can provide amazing results compared to other types of traffic). Here's a screen shot showing how many visitors came from Google as of 3-4PM est, today.
This page contains completed site reviews from the free web site review campaign launched earlier. If you'd like to see your page reviewed, head over to the site review submission page for more details on how to enter.
If you have a blog, graphics portfolio, e-commerce, or any other type of site, I'll take a look at several key factors and provide my personal opinion on what's beneficial, and what needs to go. However, as with any "free" offer, there's a catch.