Archive for January, 2008

 

BecomeABlogger.com Launches – Free Video Tutorials To Help You Start Your Very Own Blog

By Yaro Starak
January 31st, 2008

In the second half of 2007 I was contacted about whether I was interested in buying the domain name, becomeablogger.com.

Initially I said no because I was wearing my “too busy” hat at the time. A few days later I changed my mind and decided to grab the domain for an idea I had previously considered.

Helping Beginner Bloggers… Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 31st, 2008

Free Reports Worth Reading

By Yaro Starak
January 29th, 2008

I just had a great weekend. It was the Australia day public holiday here on Monday so I hosted a traditional Aussie BBQ housewarming party at my place. It was nice to have friends over, eat some good food, play some cards and then head to the park for some running around.

Now of course, it’s back to work!

With … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 29th, 2008

How To Convince A-Listers To Promote Your Product

By Yaro Starak
January 25th, 2008

One of the biggest advantages of building an authority blog in your niche is you start to get the attention of the big players in your industry.

This is a HUGE advantage – In fact it can be the difference between operating your business in obscurity and struggling to convince anyone to promote your product, to becoming a big player … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 25th, 2008

Understanding Affiliate Marketing From The Perspective Of A Blogger

By Yaro Starak
January 23rd, 2008

I’ve been affiliate marketer for almost as long as I have been a blogger and it’s amazing how much you learn as you go along.

I was very frustrated by nearly all of the affiliate promotions run on my blog during the first two years or so. Each time I published a blog post that focused on an affiliate offer … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 23rd, 2008

Will Feedburner Feed Counts Include AWeber Email Subscribers?

By Yaro Starak
January 21st, 2008

Andy Beard reported on his blog that AWeber will begin to report email subscriber numbers to Feedburner.

This triggered a line of thought in me that I hadn’t considered before. Let me tell you why…

I’ve been an AWeber user for ages now and it’s been my RSS-to-email service of choice for forever too. I never used any other RSS-to-email … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 21st, 2008

How to Find and Secure Freelance Writing Clients

By Bryan Clark
January 20th, 2008

by Chris Bibey

It is easy to show people how to make money through freelance writing. After all, once you have clients, the writing part usually comes a bit easier. In fact, many freelance writers will openly admit that they have a more difficult time marketing their services than the actual writing process. If you are going to be successful, … Read the rest of this entry »

By Bryan Clark
Jan 20th, 2008

Podcast In The Park With Yaro

By Yaro Starak
January 18th, 2008

Yesterday I was sitting at my computer facing a few too many emails and a rather large list of things to do and I could already feel my head start to hurt.

So what did I do? – I went to the park!

I decided if I was going to continue working I would probably be in considerable head pain … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 18th, 2008

Video Update: Frank Kern Funnies and Yaro Interviewed

By Yaro Starak
January 15th, 2008

Ron Goodwave, newsreader at InternetMarketingNews.tv has released his next video. The unsuspecting victim this time is Frank Kern and his Mass Control system.

You can watch the previous video featuring Marlon Sanders here – Internet Marketing News – Marlon Sanders Exposed – Episode #1

Ron’s alter ego, Gideon Shalwick, did a video interview with me in 2007 and … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 15th, 2008

Website Portfolio For Sale – Currently Generates $3000+ Per Month

By Yaro Starak
January 14th, 2008

In 2008 I am streamlining and simplifying my business. Part of this process involves divesting myself from projects not directly related to my core business.

What that means is I have some websites for sale – and some pretty darn good ones!

I won’t reveal the specific details in this blog post but I do have a PDF report that … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 14th, 2008

Going Natural 2.0 Video – 3 Social Marketing Tips You Can Implement Today

By Yaro Starak
January 11th, 2008

Update: The links in this post now point to the sale page for the SMARTS program, since the program went live. If you haven’t seen the video yet, here’s the link: Going Natural 2.0 Video.

Also I called Don Crowther “Dan” in this article and have since fixed it – sorry Don!

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StomperNet have released a new video … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 11th, 2008

How To Start A Business On A Budget

By Yaro Starak
January 10th, 2008

When I first started a “real” business I was already in a position of positive cash flow, but it wasn’t because I had inherited money or because my parents had funded my business project, it was because of two reasons…

  1. I had successfully generated a few hundred dollars a month from hobby projects – these were not things I considered
  2. Read the rest of this entry »
By Yaro Starak
Jan 10th, 2008

Don’t Wait As Long As I Did To Learn This Business Building Lesson

By Yaro Starak
January 7th, 2008

It’s Monday morning in Australia and I’m about to have a group meeting at my house with my team to begin work on something new.

For most of my Internet business career I worked solo – and I really mean solo.

I built my website myself, created marketing materials like flyers and posters, promoted my websites, located and managed … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 7th, 2008

Don’t Wait As Long As I Did To Learn This Business Building Lesson

By Yaro Starak
January 7th, 2008

It’s Monday morning in Australia and I’m about to have a group meeting at my house with my team to begin work on something new.

For most of my Internet business career I worked solo – and I really mean solo.

I built my website myself, created marketing materials like flyers and posters, promoted my websites, located and managed … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 7th, 2008

Do You Really Need A Unique Niche?

By Yaro Starak
January 4th, 2008

I was thinking the other day about the niche of Internet marketing. It’s one of the most crowded niches on the Internet, yet so many people generate an income selling products related to making money on the world wide web. The reason is obvious – there’s a hungry crowd out there eager to make money and more and … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak
Jan 4th, 2008

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