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Xomba Changes

Writing site Xomba is in the process of reinventing itself which begs the question “Is Xomba still useful?” What are the Changes at Xomba? They no longer permit bookmarking to your own blog They no longer want the site used to bookmark your content on other writing sites No affiliate links or advertisements – including […]

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PostUrOwn.com Review

Recently over at Infobarrel and on Chezfat’s blog I learned of another mass collaboration site called PostUrOwn.com.  The site allows you to create articles that include do follow backlinks.  Please read this post to understand what backlinks are.  PostUrOwn also allows you to earn Adsense revenue and perhaps Amazon and eBay affiliate income through your articles on the […]

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Web Content Services: What To Look For In a Web Content Service Provider

Getting website traffic is hard. It takes a lot of time, money or both to attract a potential customer to a website, but many of the visitors leave almost immediately according to Google Analytics.  Fresh, engaging content is critical to capture and hold the website visitor’s attention. What kind of web content services are required […]

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A Website to Make Money – Bukisa

Bukisa is a Web 2.0 revenue sharing site that is far better than Associated Content (pay per view is over double) switched to Adsense sharing which is WAY better, especially for the non-US writers that Associated Content scammed.  I decided to try Bukisa and it is now an key part of my passive income toolbox.  They share […]

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Have You Failed at Constant Content?

A ridiculous number of people sign up to Constant Content and than never get to the first sale. If you are one of the guilty or frustrated, perhaps you fall into one of these traps: Forgot to Start:  Simple to fix – I just reminded you to get started Never Tried: You are missing out […]

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Article Copyright & Rights Explained

A regular question that writers have concerns the different types of “rights” that exist around a written work.   I am not a lawyer, but I do have significant business oriented legal experience.  Here is a layperson’s explanation of what you need to understand as a creator of a written work (or video or audio work). If you […]

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SEO & Silver Bullion #2 (Update)

Attention Visitor:  If you are looking for products from quality Silver Bullion Producers check out this resource. I want you to find what you are looking for.   However, if you are more interested in Search Engine Optimization and how I am using Silver Bullion as an example for learning SEO read on. My first […]

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Introducing TheInfoMine.com

This is a guest post by Nolan webmaster of TheInfoMine.com so I’ll turn it over to Nolan. “Thanks JadeDragon for the opportunity to write a guest post. I have been a long time writer for some of  the more popular How-To sites, as well as the major Google Adsense revenue sharing sites such as Xomba […]

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What Kind of Traffic Are You Going After?

We all want traffic right, but did you know there is profitable traffic and low value traffic? Let me introduce you. Miss Social Traffic (Facebook, Digg, Stumble, etc) happens to see an article title thrust in front of her.  Miss Social Traffic says “Hey I’ve always wondered How to Get to Sanibel Island“ and heads off […]

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What Makes an eHow Article Earn (or Not)

Online writer/blogger Chezfat has been doing some great analysis of the eHow Algorithm and the effect of the eHow UK disaster.   Among other things, Chezfat’s stats show a big drop in earnings for articles in the eHow Home and Garden category.  Articles are doing poorly both on a month over month basis (over many […]

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Forget RRCR – Get a New eHow Plan

Many eHow writers get into social groups that RRCR each others articles. This activity is pretty much worthless and takes away from time that could be spent actually making money for both the reader and the writer. That statement might make me unpopular, but if you read on I will present a better plan. Let […]

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eHow Resources (and tips for other web writing)

Here is a round up of some great resources for writing more profitably for eHow or any other site where you are paid based on ad clicks: Great Advice from Diane Cass in this Thread about my last blog post on How to Write eHow Articles that Stink plus How to Choose Search Engine Keywords […]

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A Constant Content Success Story

Today I am pleased to introduce Celeste Stewart, a freelance writer who has sold over 2500 articles through the Constant Content marketplace.  Celeste is a stay at home mom who makes a full time income writing part time. Writing for the web allows Celeste to design her lifestyle the way she wants, free of office […]

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Does Article Marketing Still Work?

I found this helpful article today and thought I would share it with my readers.  Nearly all readers of Innovative Passive Income either use articles to build their business or write articles for pay.  This article provides good insights from a long time article marketer.  It also points out the usefulness of video marketing.  Enjoy. […]

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