Monthly Archives: May 2010

What’s So Great About Google?

By now, most people know that Google is the world’s largest search engine, so it only makes sense that one would learn about how leverage the free traffic and turn it into cash, especially if you are an internet marketer, but there is more to the story that a lot of people don’t know.

Did you know that nearly every country has a Google site uniquly it’s own?  For instance, if you were in Mexico and when to Google to do a search on the computer, you would not find but rather  If you were in Canada you would find and so on.  What’s so great about this?

You see, when you get ranked for a keyword in Google, you aren’t just trying to beat about people here in the States, you are trying to out-rank all the pages for a specific keyword on the entire Google network,  So, when you get a top spot, you don’t just show up at the top of the search engines in America but all around the world!

This is the reason Google is so great and why there are so many “make money with Google” courses out there.  Even with all the fancy social media sites out there like Facebook and Twitter, Google is still king when it comes to getting targeted traffic for people who are looking to buy something.

Learning how to make money with Google is an essential skill that every online entrepreneur needs to master if they want to achieve success.  If not, you will be left in the dust plain and simple.  If you are ready to get your piece of the Google pie, check out my Google Cash Generator review

Once You do it, Don’t Delete it!

I decided to write this post because I learned a very valuable lesson the other day.  The lesson of the day is to never delete your work!  Lots of times, if we spend hours doing something that doesn’t make us money when we think it should, we trash it thinking it sucks.  This is a mistake!

First, you might be able to modify it and re-use it somewhere else (as long as it’s your work).  Second, writing one article can often spawn a slew of new ideas.  Most importantly, though, you could be missing out on money (and big money at that), especially if it is a higher-priced product.

The other day, I was going through my articles checking out the ones that had been around awhile (like a year+) that hadn’t done anything for the sole purpose of staying organized.  Thankfully, I got distracted by my niece and stopped what I was doing.  The following day, it happened.

One of my articles that was like 2 years old that had always gotten click outs (people visiting the merchant page) and was at the top of Google, due to the lack of competition but had made any sales–until the day it did!  How much did this one sale make me, you ask? $150.00!