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Sunday, May 21, 2006
Learn Quick then Earn quick
On may 19th Darren Rowse of problogger wrote about Adsense video program, just like all other post from Darren this was also very motivating article. In Darren's own words - "(I) came across a product that I wish I'd stumbled across in my first months of blogging" and "Michael earns over $19,000 USD per month using AdSense (that's more than $600 a day) and has obviously spent a lot of time researching how to get the most out of the ad network." I never trusted such "get rich quick" products so on reading the article I told myself that why a respectful blogger like Darren Rosse is writing about it. On reading the comments from old visitors to his site I found that I was not alone in doubting such product, one Andy Merrett also wrote a comment (cynical?) expressing similar doubts.

But Andy was out numbered, corned and was called an ass and finally was made to apologise (for his mistake??). Anyway Andy took others' advice, bought the product and reviewed the product. He concluded his review by stating -

"This course is not for even moderately competent AdSense users and website publishers. If you are an absolute beginner, with no website, no content, and no way to generate revenue, then you will probably get a lot from this information.

If you've read a few free Internet marketing sites, looked at successful websites, and are confident in testing on your own site, then I don'’t think you'll find much here to help you."

But of course, even a broken clock shows the right time twice a day and if its been recommended by A-list bloggers then I think a new adsense user can learn a thing or two from it. You might quote Brian and say that the product is backed with NO RISK, 100% Money Back Guarantee, so you have nothing to loose. But how true is that ? Even if you spend two hours watching those videos you have wasted twice what you could have earned in an hour doing regular work (note that you are not suppose to skip any videos). Then there is an issue of your blog's credibility. If such product doesn't delieve what they (and you) promised then how many readers you expect would go through all the trouble of ordering and getting refund for your next referred product.

Like Brian wrote recently - money is not in being on the A-list, money is in fan list. So if you don't want to loose your royal readers you should give enough importance to the things that affect your readers.

posted by RM at 8:05 AM | Permalink |
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