Archive | February, 2009

Online business, do you miss me too?

Posted on 25 February 2009 by Carlito

I’m working full time, so I haven’t been putting a lot of time running my online businesses.

While I’m enjoying my internship, I really miss the whole “running and relying on your own business all the time.” No matter how hard I work in that 9 to 5 gig, no matter how much effort or how many extra hours I put in, the pay slip is still the same. Continue Reading

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Took first place in the Paul Piotrowski Amped challenge

Posted on 20 February 2009 by Carlito

Since I was participating in the Tyler Cruz Challenge (in which I took 2nd place), I figured I’d try my hand at another network and in another contest. As such, I participated in Paul’s Inspired Affiliate Marketing Challenge 3 and scored first place. Continue Reading

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Creating your first website – Part 1/3 – Pre-Launch

Posted on 12 February 2009 by Carlito

If you’re building your first website, you’re maybe lost! However, building a simple website should be just that, simple. In this 3 part blog posts series, I’ll guide the novice out there in building a great first site. There’s no reason why your first website shouldn’t be a success. Whether it’s the first or hundred times, there are fundamental steps in building a great website.

I’ve broken down the creation of a new website into the simplest possible parts: Continue Reading

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Took second place in the Tyler Cruz XY7 challenge

Posted on 05 February 2009 by Carlito

Tyler Cruz ran another one of his Affiliate Marketing Challenge in January; it was number 7. I had been reading about those for a while, and, even though I had never done that type of affiliate marketing before, I decided to try it out. It was on the XY7 affiliate network. Continue Reading

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Why blog?

Posted on 02 February 2009 by Carlito

Why not? Everyone else is doing it – it’s the cool thing right now.

Seriously, I’m mainly starting this blog for my personal benefit. I have no expectations as to how big it will become (or not), how many readers it will have, how much money I will be able to squeeze out of it… Continue Reading

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