Back in August I published a blog post about my PPC case study where I made ,000 profit in my first week.
A lot of people recommended it to me and when some of them are personal friends who do six-figures per month, I decided to check it out.Originally, I had planned to just try it for a month and see what happens.That didn’t really go to plan–I’ve been a paying member ever since.After chatting regularly with the owners on various business topics and helping each other out, they asked if I would like to be a moderator on the forum.To be totally honest with you, I don’t have a lot of time for other online forums (we run one for our clients) but still regularly pop-in to get the latest news on what works and what doesn’t.
I’m definitely not an authority over there, and I learn far more than I have to offer.
Recently, for example, I was looking to do some retargeting on Facebook and had assumed Ad Roll were pretty much the only company to use, but the forums steered me over to Perfect Audience which has turned out to be a great decision.
Since the three owners of the site have had such huge success online, I thought it would be great if I could get them all in one place to “spill their guts” and give the lo-down on what is working right now.
Of course, they did have links pointing to their websites, but this was all generated through paid advertising, rather than SEO which is what a large part of this blog covers This is a long read but it combines from a lot of experience from three people who really know how to make money online. Green “Around 17 I started freelance graphic design, as well as participating in paid Age of Empires II tournaments (no, I’m not proud of that).
Go and grab your favourite drink and sit down to take this in. At 19 I teamed up with one of my Age of Empires “friends” and starting getting into building and selling websites. Education wise, I studied digital media design and e-commerce. I’m pretty sure I got turned down from every cafe position I applied for — I like eating at those places now.” Jordan “I was in college for Advertising which was a blast.
I didn’t learn much other than social skills which is even more important than anything they could have taught me related to “advertising”.