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Import your files many different ways
A spreadsheet without data and numbers in it can get pretty lonely, which is why it’s important to be able to easily import files full of data. Today we’ve improved the import dialogue to give you a full range of options of where to put that data. You can get to the new Import dialog from the File menu.

For example, when importing a .csv file, you can create a whole new spreadsheet, append to the current sheet, add a new sheet to your existing spreadsheet or even replace your entire spreadsheet with this new version.

Now with the new custom delimiters option, you can also specify what character to parse your data file with, giving you maximum flexibility when dealing with your data files.

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Elevation service now available in the …

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AllCross-posted from the Lat Long Blog.We’re sharing some news today that we hope webmasters will find exciting. As you know, …

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CPA & affiliate networks

Market Leverage A Cost Per Action (CPA) affiliate network which lets you offer hundreds of offers to your readers. Most programs pay per lead or per sale.
Text Link Ads TLA is the most popular place on the net to buy and sell text links. You can also sell in content text links too.
Kontera Kontera is an in-text advertising service which lets you place PPC ads within your content.
BidVertiser BidVertiser lets you add text ads to your blog. You are paid on a per click basis.
Google Adsense Adsense is the most used advertising network in the world. You can display text or banner ads on your blog. You can also add your adsense code to your youtube videos.
NetKlix Netklix is a text based PPC network. You can choose the type of ads that appear on your site and Netklix offer all major ad formats.
SocialSpark SocialSpark offers bloggers a variety of ways to make money through their blog. You can review products, websites and services and you can display sponsors ads on a per day basis.
LinkXL LinkXL lets you sell a maximum of 10 links on individual pages on your blog. You can set the price according to PageRank and you have an option of using nofollow as well.
Sponsored Reviews Sponsored Reviews is a marketplace which lets you see paid reviews on your blog.
PepperJam Network The PepperJam ad network have a wide range of merchants for you to choose from. Most companies per on a CPA or revenue share basis.
Performancing Performancing is a banner ad marketplace which is very popular with bloggers. Bloggers are paid 60% of the ad sales they generate.
AdToll An advertisement marketplace which is popular with some bloggers. You can sell banner ads, text links and peel away ads.
ReviewMe Brought to you by the same people as Text Link Ads, ReviewMe is a marketplace for paid reviews. You can let ReviewMe determine your review rate or you can set your own price.
BuySellAds Similar to Performancing, BuySellAds lets you sell banner ads directly on your blog. They mainly concentrate on 125×125 pixel banner ads.
LinkWorth LinkWorth have a wide range of ways for you to make money through your blog including text and banner ad sales, in text advertising and paid reviews.

Step by Step affiliate, ppc, CPA affiliate marketing. – themagicbulletsystem.com

Step by Step affiliate, ppc, CPA  affiliate marketing. The real deal!!!

As you can see, you can still use Google to make money with CPA.

How to STILL use Google to make money.

As you can see, you can still use Google to make money with CPA.

(Or any type of offer, really.)

The trick is in having a legitimate offer, using obvious keywords, and

most importantly – using “Google Friendly” landing pages like the ones

I show you to create in this video.

The REALLY cool part is this: Google is really just the “tip of the iceberg”

when it comes to making money in this type of business.

via How to STILL use Google to make money. – themagicbulletsystem.com.

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$20,416.00 in 27 days using little known traffic source!


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I think the best part of this approach is that you don’t have to have your own website. With this method, it’s 100% cool if you want to send traffic directly to your affiliate link.

But be sure to pay attention to ALL of this video because it shows you the right way to approach a CPA business (or any other business for that matter!)

Remember, a REAL CPA business isn’t about “flash in the pan” gimmicks. It’s about planning, testing, and promoting multiple offers using multiple traffic sources.

This video shows you a great traffic source that’s making a profit right now!

Please leave your comments below :-)

Amish

P.S. I guess I should eventually talk about our launch. Here’s the short version: We’ve created a six-week training course that shows you
EXACTLY how we’ve built a $5 Million dollar per year CPA business. (It nets around $2 million a year.)

This course is interactive and will be taught online by me and my partner, Jay Styles (who is really the “mad genius” behind the software in our company.)

Video 3

We Just DOUBLED Our Profits (And a dirty secret revealed)

As you can see, there’s plenty of money out there for CPA marketers …even if you tell 65,000 people about your campaigns!

The software I mention in this video is *included* in your CPA course that’s being launched on January 11th.

This is a LIVE and INTERACTIVE course we’re teaching online…and it’s very limited.

Click here to add yourself to the Early Notification list and jump ahead of the line.

Talk soon,

Amish

New Google AdSense terms and Conditions

If you have a Google AdSense account, this past week you were prompted to agree to new terms and conditions regarding AdSense usage. While most people’s eyes become glazed over while reading legal information, not conforming to these new changes can
lead to an immediate account ban with no warning or explanation, and it’s happening in droves.

Over the past couple of days, many website owners have been devastated by the ominous and vague E-mails sent out announcing account terminations due to sites being “at risk” to advertisers. While there are always bad eggs trying to scam the system, most website owners are what Google would refer to as the little people – those with small websites or even blogs that don’t generate as much traffic or ad clicks as, say, Amazon.

Google’s E-mails are vague because they don’t want scammers to take advantage of any potential weak links or loopholes in their terms or payment formula. Unfortunately that strategy is leaving more and more legitimate account holders in the dark when it comes to banned members who want to do right by the company.

Google has always warned its AdSense users about invalid clicks, sites containing mature content, having too many ads on one page, altering the code used in the ad, or otherwise disguising their ads to look like something they’re not, but a couple new rules may have gone under the webmaster radar.

Privacy policies are now required on all websites using AdSense ads. Privacy policies let your website’s visitors know what personal tracking information, if any, will be used to collect traffic data, or for E-mail lists. Luckily, for those webmasters who don’t happen to have a law degree framed next to their MCSE certificate, privacy policy generators are available. One can be found at http://www.the-dma.org/privacy/creating.shtml.

According to the new terms and conditions, Google will also start banning accounts whose websites don’t generate enough clicks, and therefore revenue for their customers. The specific limit wasn’t mentioned:

Google Adsense and Attracting Advertisers to Your Website

If you have a Google AdSense account, this past week you were prompted to agree to new terms and conditions regarding AdSense usage. While most people’s eyes become glazed over while reading legal information, not conforming to these new changes can
lead to an immediate account ban with no warning or explanation, and it’s happening in droves.

Over the past couple of days, many website owners have been devastated by the ominous and vague E-mails sent out announcing account terminations due to sites being “at risk” to advertisers. While there are always bad eggs trying to scam the system, most website owners are what Google would refer to as the little people – those with small websites or even blogs that don’t generate as much traffic or ad clicks as, say, Amazon.

Google’s E-mails are vague because they don’t want scammers to take advantage of any potential weak links or loopholes in their terms or payment formula. Unfortunately that strategy is leaving more and more legitimate account holders in the dark when it comes to banned members who want to do right by the company.

Google has always warned its AdSense users about invalid clicks, sites containing mature content, having too many ads on one page, altering the code used in the ad, or otherwise disguising their ads to look like something they’re not, but a couple new rules may have gone under the webmaster radar.

Privacy policies are now required on all websites using AdSense ads. Privacy policies let your website’s visitors know what personal tracking information, if any, will be used to collect traffic data, or for E-mail lists. Luckily, for those webmasters who don’t happen to have a law degree framed next to their MCSE certificate, privacy policy generators are available. One can be found at http://www.the-dma.org/privacy/creating.shtml.

According to the new terms and conditions, Google will also start banning accounts whose websites don’t generate enough clicks, and therefore revenue for their customers. The specific limit wasn’t mentioned: