Trying to get my act together for 2010

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  1. makingfastcash22

    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    Okay I made a couple hundred bucks in 09, but not enough to make a living.

    I have tried :

    1. autoblogs- plan on doing some more of this in 2010
    2. Instant Site Machine sites- Just starting this, would like to know if it would be worth buying a bunch of .infos for this.
    3. Twitter marketing- Worked okay in the beginning of the year, but then got way to spammy.
    4. Ewhoring- Made 1 sale, don't have the stomach for it.
    5. PM blasting- Worked good, then my blaster stopped working.
    6. CPA- Made 2 sales via hot trends method
    SO that was last year

    This year I plan on

    1. writing more unique content, and building more sites that have there own domains. Maybe I can Flip them.
    2. More BHCB one page sites focusing on hot trends.
    3. More Yahoo answers- maybe with more automation.
    4. Might buy xrumer and sell blast and also see If I can use it for my own projects.
    5. I plan on creating a couple of ebooks.
    6. I have never used an auto responder to gather a list, will be trying that this year.
    7. May decide to do some local offsite blog building service for wahm that want a business. as well as any local companies that need sites as well.
    I can build regulat php and html sites,but WP is sooo easy and flexible.

    Well I am sure that I am leaving a ton of other ideas that I have put off from 2009.

    But I need to make this happen this year, and tell my boss where to stick it!

    Cheers!
     
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    makingfastcash22 Senior Member

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    That is some good advice, I see how that could elimate a lot of competition.

    And hopefully it will bring more traffic.

    That seems to be the hardest part, getting steady traffic.