Exclusive Interview with Dev Patel of Slumdog Millionaire

I started conversing with Dev a month or so ago about his phenomenal success with his film Slumdog Millionaire, directed by Danny Boyle. The trick here was to put a “marketing” spin on this and at the end of the day, Dev Patel has become a stand alone Brand and it was my desire to find out how he wanted

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5 Tips for a Successful Web Project

Time and time again, we get the horror stories from companies who have started a web project with the best of intentions only to see it end in disaster. A successful project is not something that can just be lucked into; it takes various components that all must be managed properly for execution. No matter what the size of the

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Payday Loans: What They Are, and How to Use Them to Generate Income

For starters, you should know that a Payday Loan is a short-term loan that a buyer can opt for at high interest until his or her next paycheck. Payment will be due at the time of the buyer

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How to Convert Real Photos into Cartoons Easily

Most young people are a fan of using Social Networking Websites like Facebook, Orkut, MySpace and they dont think twice about posting their real photos online but thats really risky because they can be misused and its preferred to limit the uploading of your personal stuff online. Here is another way of showing yourself online which is Cartoonizing yourself ie

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Leverage the Power of Their Network

This has been a long time coming but I figure while I have some time to reflect while riding on a train to my corporate office, I would take this opportunity to give a shout out to Market Leverage.

No, I am not a

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Why cost per lead won't work in Local Affiliate Marketing

This is a guest post by Dennis Yu, CEO of BlitzLocal, a company specializing in local Internet marketing.

Affiliates are used to being paid per lead, so why not the same in local? After all, it’s less risk to the small business owner, and it’s the model we’re familiar with. Here’s why it sucks– and

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Why cost per lead won’t work in Local Affiliate Marketing

This is a guest post by Dennis Yu, CEO of BlitzLocal, a company specializing in local Internet marketing.

Affiliates are used to being paid per lead, so why not the same in local? After all, it’s less risk to the small business owner, and it’s the model we’re familiar with. Here’s why it sucks– and

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How Stupid Do You Think CPA Networks Are?

Get Accepted Into Any Network eBook, gives fraud seeking affiliates a handbook to get blacklisted with.

A new trend is emerging it seems, where affiliates are now trying to sell books to other affiliates to help them with their CPA marketing. Nothing wrong with that, until you come across a few different places where they cross the line and

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Publishers: Beware of The Long Arm of The Law

If You Promote Non-Compliant Campaigns

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Using Squidoo and HubPages to build Qualified Affiliate Traffic

Some of you have probably heard about how valuable sites such as Squidoo and HubPages can be in building back links and promoting traffic.
For affiliates, Squidoo lenses and HubPages hubs have a different purpose. You

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Getting the Right Message Out – As Easy As A/B

With the amount of networks out there today competing for your traffic, it makes sense to test offers that have been proven to be successful. How do they get to that point is the question? If you are an emailer, in an effort to increase your click-through and open rates, consider implementing an A/B test.

Email marketers often shy away

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