Blog Carnival – Edition 3


Welcome to Edition 3 of my Blog Carnival – Fresh Perspectives at Running a Successful and Profitable Internet Business.  Last time I complained that many submitters just don’t get it – they tend to post more than once eventhough I have specifically requested to only submit ONE entry.

Anyway — I’ll go ahead and post the entries received since many are very relavent to Internet Marketing.  As well I had to delete many entries since the submitters just don’t get it — this is an Internet Marketing blog, not weight loss or dating/relationships.  So what did they get by posting to the incorrect carnival?  Blacklisted from future issues even if the posts submitted are on topic. 

I do review many of the posts, going forward I will identify those individuals/posts that seem especially useful using this icon:

Internet Business Stratagies 

Means that this individual/posts should be on your RADAR if you’re serious about making mony on the internet!

So without further moaning, or groaning – here is Edition 3 of the blog carnival along with items that I think should be on your radar to make money:

Aaron Brandon presents:

American Entrepreneur presents Expert Q & A: Marketing Your Business With Information posted at American Entrepreneurship.

Andrew Erickson presents:

Andy Havens presents Need a New Sales Page? Do This First? posted at Copy Tactics.

Anna Farmery presents Are you a S.O.B? …..No, I mean a Social Object Brand! posted at The Engaging Brand.

Brad Trnavsky presents Are YOU Linkedin? posted at Sales Management 2.0 – Featured Blog Posts, saying, “A short article about the power of social networking and how to use it effectivly to grow your business.”

Brett Trout presents BlawgIT – Internet Patent, Trademark and Copyright Issues with Attorney Brett J. Trout, P.C. posted at Who Surfs This Much Porn?

Internet MarketingBrian Terry presents:

Carol Bentley presents:

Ciara Carruthers presents Tools to make sure your content is not plagiarized! posted at Website Copywriter and Webmaster Blog, saying, “When writing content, or paying for content, you have got to make sure that it is not plagiarized. These two tools will help you do that.”

Cindy King presents 7 Easy Tips to Internationalize Your Web Site posted at Get International Clients.

Dave Marrow presents $15,691 Month No Experience Case Study posted at Home Based Businesses, saying, “Read this interview of Abhishek Agarwal, a guy with no experience in building websites who made $15,691 just last month with AdSense revenue.”

Don D. Morrison presents:

Ed Rivis presents:

Fred Black presents Will the Real Blogger Please Stand Up… posted at Fred Black: Internet Business Blog.

Greg presents Internet Marketing – Unleashing The Power of SEO and Online Media posted at We Are VZN.

Hill Robertson presents So Many Choices – Just Pick One posted at Hill Robertson, saying, “The number of ways you can make money online is unlimited. Be sure not to get distracted. Pick one and run with it.”

James D. Brausch presents:

James Lee presents How a Simple Military Strategy Can Bring You Big Online Profits posted at Online Business Freedom.

Internet MarketingJimmy Sansi presents:

John Lenaghan presents Affiliate Summit Day 1 – Calacanis Keynote Part 3 (aka Long Term Thinking) posted at Internet Marketing Chaos.

Jose DeJesus MD presents Improve Investment and Financial Results – Simplify and Conquer posted at Physician Entrepreneur.

Joshua C. Karlin presents Powerful Yet Reasonable Goals posted at Marketing & Fundraising Ideas.

Kathleen Gage presents Miss this in your marketing and you may destroy your business! posted at Street Smarts Marketing & Promotions, saying, “Many companies overlook the most basic aspect of marketing; customer service. Far too often a company believes that offering so/so customer service is good enough. That may be fine for an average business, selling an average product or service, to people who don’t care about anything but the cheapest price and the greatest bargain. For companies who want to be known as above average, who want to command top dollar, be in the game for the long haul and be recognized as one of the best, good enough is hardly good enough. You have to go above and beyond. One of the most important aspects of going above and beyond is paying attention to what your customers need and what they are asking for. Learn a simple strategy to know what will make your customers happy, committed and loyal.”

Kenton Newby presents:

Kevin Fleming presents How to Fully Utilize Your Paypal Merchant Account posted at FOS Commerce Blog.

Mark @ TheLocoMono presents The 7 Lessons of Growth posted at TheLocoMono Website, saying, “7 insights to help you become a great leader with your Internet businesses.”

Mark Butler presents What Does a Millionaire Sound Like? posted at The Butler Project, saying, “Here are some helpful tips for entrepreneurs as far as carrying the demeanor of a millionaire.”

Mark Riffey presents:

Matt OConnor presents Just A Little Each Day Makes All The Difference posted at Adventures In Internet Marketing.

Maureen Irvine presents The Business Sense of Blogging posted at 5 Star Blog.

Michel Fortin presents:

Rebecca Suzanne Dean presents:

Richard McLaughlin presents Mind Mapping Makes Life Easier posted at Cindy King.

Sabrina Jefferson presents:

Sagar presents Look on the Bright Side: 100 Tiny Tips to Improve Your Mood posted at Bootstrapper.

Sarah Paine presents:

Stephen Dean presents:

Steve Oliphant presents Stop Gambling with Your Future and Start Making Money posted at Steve Oliphant’s Musings.

Sylviane Nuccio presents Promote Yourself And People Will Join Your Business And Buy From You posted at Think & Grow Rich, saying, “The Keys to start on the right tracks in Network Marketing”

Taylor Coburn presents The Best Kind Of Information Product posted at Internet Business at ProcessToProfits.

Terry Dean presents Why Believing in Yourself Will Change Your Life posted at Integrity Business Blog by Terry Dean.

Thomas D. Brownsword presents:

Woody Maxim presents:



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