Internet Marketing QVC? This is Gonna be Huge!

You are among the first to hear about this (and potentially profit from it).

Ever heard of QVC?

Over the past few years, this mega-million dollar business has become a household name, because they always feature amazing products every day. The bargains are outrageous and anybody with a TV and credit card can watch and buy.

This makes QVC naturally ‘viral’ as a result. It’s easy to brag to all your friends and family about the great deal you just got. Then, they tell two friends… and so on.

Now imagine this…

What if there was a “QVC style” site that offered a new killer deal each day on the best products to help you make money and build and grow an online business?

I’m talking about all the top rated software, information products, ebooks, membership sites, PLR, scripts, packages that will make money for you and more!

You know… the exact same (new or existing) products that you’ve been meaning to buy, but were holding out for a better deal.

Does all this sound too good to be true?

Well, this “QVC style” site is about to open its doors real soon. And you are in a fantastic position to make money from it.

Of course, everybody loves a great deal. But more importantly, here’s where things really get exciting for you, because…

YOU Get Paid!

Imagine if you could generate passive, residual, income online by simply telling your online friends, associates, subscribers, and customers all about this new “deal a day” site.

…. and then, you got PAID on 3 separate levels whenever they bought ANY product over the next 50 years!

Plus, if anyone who you referred decided to promote the site and they refer more people, you get paid on ALL sales they generate too.

Announcing DealDotCom!

This make money opportunity is real and yours for the taking.

Is DealDotCom legitimate?


It’s the brain child of a few reputable software geeks that you probably know — Jason Potash and Marc Quarles.

DealDotCom is set to explode once the word gets out… and it won’t take long. To get the full scoop and sign up, head on over to DealDotCom

You’ll be hearing a lot about DealDotCom within the next couple of weeks.

Even better, rather that sit on the sidelines and watch everyone else promote this site… YOU could be the one getting an early jumpstart and maximizing your profit potential.

Before you forget (or get reminded when you receive an email about it from someone else) go check it out right now.

Update on DealDotCom

It’s always a good idea to keep on top of new affiliate programs you join to make money from just to make sure they are logging any new affiliates that signed up under you and to see if you have made any commission.

So I checked up on DealDotCom just now and was pleasantly surprised to see that I have three top tier affiliates and two second tier affiliates to date. OK, it won’t move mountains, but it’s nice to see that a little promoting of any new affiliate program can start the way it means to carry on – to make money for yours truly!

So how is the actual site doing?

Well, they are up and running with a new super discounted product up for sale every day since their launch. So far so good. Today’s bargain for anyone who might be in the market for one is BayRSS for WordPress – a plugin that allows you to accept posts from other people who are marketing on eBay or whatever and share some of the commission on sales generated.

You get new and original content on your blog and some commissions for your trouble (what trouble?) and a whole host of other goodies thrown in. You can install this baby on as many WordPress blogs that you own for a one-off purchase price of $22.87.

If this nice little way to make money from your blog peaks you interest you need to get over to

Today, because it’ll be gone tomorrow. That’s how the site works – one deal per day then it’s gone!

Make Money by Writing Paid Reviews

Make money with your blog by signing up with a paid review site. There are several to choose from, so I’ll take one at random and tell you a bit about them. Let’s look at BlogsVertise.

UPDATE 2008: Only do this if you don’t care about your blog’s Page Rank. You will lose it if and when Google catches you.

BlogsVertise are what has become known in the business as a “paid to review” site. They operate by bringing advertisers together with bloggers who act as a very powerful publishing medium and can boost the effectiveness any advertising campaign.

From a blogger’s side of things, you first need to own a qualifying blog before you can get started. To qualify, your blog must be a minimum of three months old with a good deal of regularly posted content relevant to the theme of the blog. That in itself will prove sufficient to qualify, although it would help your cause if you had a decent alexa rank together with a good page rank from Google.

Once your blog is accepted, you will be offered reviews that you can make money from. The amount you can earn and the frequency of which you will be offered reviews will vary according to the popularity and theme of your blog.

Once you have been offered an assignment, you should accept or decline it as soon as possible, because BlogsVertise will penalise bloogers who leave assignments pending for too long and you will be assigned fewer reviews, so it’s in your best interest to acknowledge your assignments as soon as you can.

Once you accept an assignment, you should write your review according to the guidelines stated in the assignment itself, as each one will differ slightly in what the advertiser wants to see in reviews. You then submit your review with the permanent link of your blog post. Then it goes for review by BlogsVertise and if accepted, you will then be paid in 30 days time via PayPal. Nice and simple?

So there’s a great way to make money with your blog – even more reason to work hard at it in it’s early stages to build your reputation and popularity.

Conversely, if you are an advertiser and are looking at ways to increase your exposure by using the very powerful medium of blogs, BlogsVertise could be very good for your campaigns. They have many professional bloggers on their files who regularly write excellent reviews of websites and online business opportunities and can really give your advertising campaign a boost by directing it a high volume of tightly targeted traffic. They can be contacted directly via the link below:

UPDATE 2008:

Writing paid reviews will cost you your page rank – Google will slap you for doing it and don’t think you can escape. It will happen – this blog got slapped and lost its PR3 because of it. That’s another of the things those scamming bastard A-listers sort of omitted to tell you.

Another Paid Review Site to Make Money From!

One of my favourite Paid Review sites has to be PayPerPost. They are well established and seem to come up with the most opportunities for my qualifying blog, The Honest Way. They also have a referral program, which is another way to make money with these guys.

I’m going to blatantly put up a sign-up box right here in this post, just in case any of you are thinking about signing your blog up with them – this is the easiest way to do it!

Ok, I deleted it again – if you want to sign up with PayPerPost, please click on the banner in my sidebar!

There are the usual qualifying criteria that your blog has to meet. That being it has to be over three months old, have a reasonable alexa rank and fair amount of regular traffic. They’ll accept a PR0 blog, but you’ll be restricted as to which opportunities you can apply for.

But don’t worry about that to begin with, it’s important to get your blog accepted first so that you can start with a few paid reviews just to get you into the swing of things.

The more opportunities you take the better you will get at it. Better to make your mistakes early while your blog is still relatively new and seemingly inexperienced than to be making a hash of things when your blog is high ranking and supposed to be professional!

As your blog grows in popularity, as it surely will over time you’ll get more chances to make money with PayPerPost, so don’t be shy – sign up now!

So can I advertise directly on this blog?

Advertisers are more than welcome to sponsor me to write a review on their business or marketing website on this blog as long as its theme is reasonably close to this. By that I mean a money or marketing oriented site would be fine, whereas it would look silly if I were to review a website selling women’s shoes. I think you get the idea!

If you think this could be a lucrative form of advertising, I can be contacted directly to blog about your business or website by simply leaving me a comment on this post. I’ll reply the same day.

More Paid Reviews

There are more than one site out there that will sign your blog up after it reached a certain age and as long as it receives a reasonable amount of traffic.

This one is called ReviewMe.

This site acts in a similar fashion to BlogsVertise in that they offer your blog assignments from time to time that they will pay you to write. Again, as with other sites like this, the amount of money you can make varies with the assumed importance of your blog. A higher PR blog can command a higher “wage” per post than a lower one. Not only that, but a higher PR blog will also be offered more assignments.

If you are the owner of a high PR blog and want to make money in decent amounts from this type of assignment, you can really pick and choose which ones you want to do and which ones you can decline. The higher your page rank, the more choice you’ll have as advertisers will fall over themselves to have their sites reviewed on high ranking blogs – they see them as having the highest readership.

You know as well as I do that is not always the way of things. A highly patronised blog need not have a high page rank. It may provide lots of useful and interesting reading material and be very popular because of what it is, not because Google says it’s popular.

Conversely, a blog with a high page rank may be a load of codswallop, but just because the owner has been busy gathering backlinks from here, there and everywhere, Google has been fooled into thinking that blog must be more important and therefore more widely read than the much better one with fewer backlinks.

Who said the world was fair?

The moral of this story? If your blog is good and has lots of readers, get busy and post in lots of other blogs, write articles and submit them to high PR ezines and get busy in social networking and bookmarking sites to spread the word. Eventually you’ll get there by honesty and hard work. Much more satisfying than having bought your way to the top.

If you are a blogger, or an advertiser for that matter and are interested in what ReviewMe< have to offer, click this link. Update 2008: These paid review sites are noting more than brokers for webmasters who want to buy links. That means if you write a so-called review and include followed links in the post, you are selling links. Google does not like this at all and will take your Page Rank from you if you sell links. You may also find your site dropped in the serps or even de-indexed if you really piss them off.

So safest rule of thumb is DO NOT SELL TEXT LINKS if you want to keep your PR and status with Google.

You have been warned!