How to Flip Blogs and Profit (Free Report)

Essential Guide To Blog FlippingUnless you’ve been living in a cave then the chances are you’ve heard of the term ‘flipping.’ :-) :-) :-)

Essentially this is when you build some kind of online asset – be it a blog, website, plugin etc – and then sell it on to a new owner (or ‘flip’ it.)

This is a business model that’s been around for years – but don’t make the mistake of thinking that it’s a stale method that no longer works.

People all around the world are still creating great profits through flipping, although it can sometimes be a tricky world if you don’t know what you’re doing.

This report will get you the knowledge you need to go out and give blog flipping a try. If you are already a Pro Marketer then this report is probably not for you..

Download It Below (right click and select Save Link As)
How to Flip Blogs and Profit (Free Report)

Of course you don’t have to flip your blog. You could hold onto it for the long-term and build an entire business around it. :) :) :)

[Amazon] To Go For “90-Days Cookie” Or Not??

Hey, I’ve always have this question whenever I do Amazon affiliate campaign:

Should I use the “direct Add-to-cart link” for 90-days cookie OR use the standard link (that goes to the product page)?

This is an example of direct Add-to-cart link:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aws/cart/add.html?AssociateTag=amazon-20&ASIN.1=B00DEZ5DRS&Quantity.1=1

According to Amazon, links that add products directly to customers’ Shopping Carts smooth the buying process and typically convert significantly better than links to product detail pages.

The problem is, what if the visitors do not confirm or do not add the product to their shopping cart,
do they still get cookied with our affiliate tag?

I always assume so,
probably they still get cookied with our affiliate tag for the next 24 hours right?

I GOT NO CLUE!

So few months ago I did a little & simple testing,
I created a new Tracking ID and use it to promote product using the direct Add-to-cart link only! :-) :-)

The result??

Still no clue! :))

That newly created Tracking ID sure brought sales of items that I didn’t promote:

Amazon Aff Sales

I’m pretty sure I never promoted Nike socks, lol :-) But it is on the sales report. I do promote Men’s fashion items so that’s probably how the Nike socks ended up on the report!

Also I do not promote Gamma Lid, Hugger Mugger, and Kershaw knife.
But they all on the sales report.

So it means visitors still get cookied if they don’t confirm or don’t add the product to their shopping cart?

Still I have no ideas!
Why?? Because my test has a flaw! :))

I don’t know whether that sales came from someone who confirm to add some items to their shopping cart, or someone who opted to select the “No, thank you. Please take me back to Amazon.com.” option..

But at least we learn something: when using the 90-Days Cookie strategy, you can still get sales from products that you do not promote! Just like when using the Standard Link.

Do you have something to add? Let us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below!

Azon Investigator, Happy Holiday!

I have not updated this blog very often lately as many things that I want to share I want to share it only for my friends via the newsletter.

Just want to say Happy Holiday to all of you! :) :)

There is 1 cool product that will be released just before the holiday,
it’s called AzonInvestigator

This plugin is basically a 3-in-1 Amazon tools!

Check out the exclusive preview here:
http://wpthemeplugin.info/azoninvestigator-exclusive-preview-epic-bonuses/

I hope you enjoy the upcoming Christmas & New Year holiday :o)
Have fun and we’re looking forward to make 2014 a better year than any years we’ve had!

Happy New Year 2014