Tuesday, November 29, 2011

JustBeenPaid and JSS Trippler

I decided to attend a live meeting for JustBeenPaid to see just what this program is all about. In this meeting Carl is stating that the 2% per day income and there are places that you cannot advertise.

While in the meeting, I am browsing their web site. I like the fact I can look around for free, and their mission statement is easy to find.

JustBeenpaid! Mission Statement

The mission of JustBeenpaid! is threefold:
  1. To provide the means for the "98%" (who typically struggle to earn money online) with the easiest and most reliable ways to earn money online;
  2. To provide moneymaking programs that enable participants to improve their money-handling skills;
  3. To provide products and services that enable members to transform themselves into "higher-level performers" who become 10-100 times as proficient, effective, and successful in all areas of their lives.

Since I signed up for JBP, I have read good and bad reviews, here in the conference, they admit to the bad reviews, and banning s, saying that their claims are just unbelievable to most, that is the reason for all the bad publicity. 

I can personally not purchased any positions as yet, still on the fence and not entirely sure they are a trustworthy bunch. There are a lot of people in the conference, 240. Carl does answer questions, and seems to be honest in his responses.

Since their site does state that one can make money by investing only 10 bucks and some advertising time. Well, I will be giving this a try, for only 10 dollars, no more.

I will report back how it works out. Look for the next post titled, JustBeenPaid, My JSS Facts

Friday, October 28, 2011

AlertPay Update from John Kielec

AlertPay and More update from John!  If you are F5M-MC members, you should be reading your updates!

@@@=>  AlertPay & STP News!

I have talked on the phone to AlertPay this morning to verify the email I got
from them asking for some bank verification documents. It was emailed from them.
It was not some hacker. If they find a need for your account to be updated, they
will contact you to provide some verification documents. This is a must and feel
safe to provide what they ask providing it came from AlertPay.

I have discussed issues about the credit cards. Good news is here. I was told
by one executive that they are almost done with the new process. Acceptance of
credit cards through AlertPay will become available early next week. It will be next week and that is 100% for sure, this is what I was told. They also said that
their service will be largely improved to offer superior quality to all who will
use AlertPay. I personally liked AlertPay right from the beginning and they have
always been here for F5M-Millionaires Club. AlertPay has become the #1 payment
processor for F5M-MC. We will continue to use them.

@@@=> Our 2nd option payment processor which is SolidTrustPay will be CHANGED!

About two years ago STP has been the #1 payment processor for F5M-MC but they have
lost about 90% of our service when I implemented AlertPay which offered better
service with lower fees. Sadly to say, soon STP will be taken down from F5M-MC
and we will no longer use their services. I have some personal issues with them
and not happy how they conduct the payment processing orders.

This week the good news came from STP that their site is fully functional to
accept credit cards without any problem. I believe there is still some issues not
resolved. F5M-MC has some orders come through their credit card provider. Some
have contacted me and told me same thing was happening, got a blank page after
submitting the payment.

One thing got me the most, their fees got higher and on top of it all, I am
getting charged 50 cents every time some one has been denied credit card
payment even if they make a mistake on the credit card payment form. This
morning, one person tried to pay through STP credit card and made a mistake,
started over again, something happened again, the payment did not go through.
Tried for the 3rd time and the credit card payment went through. I got charged
twice (2 times of 50 cents) for this person's mistake or maybe STP not working

In spring of this year, one person tried to use STP to pay for Silver level
into F5M-MC, no matter whose fault it was, this person tried 11 times, I got
charged $5.50 for that (11 x $.50). That is the most ridiculous thing I have
ever experienced. If some one goes and does this 100 times, they will charge me
because it is made to F5M-MC.

I am currently working with few other DIRECT CREDIT CARD MERCHANTS and will
by pass the middle provider like STP or AlertPay. Once I decide who I will
select, all Credit Cards payments will used through this NEW, well established,
highly secured merchant directly. AlertPay will be the 2nd choice and also will
be used as the main payment provider for all F5M-MC commissions and earnings
that are due to members.

Once this new credit card merchant becomes implemented into F5M-MC and our all
STP will be taken down from all of our sites. This should happen sometimes
within next 20 days.

I am also working on few other changes that will take effect in "The 98% Solution".
Most opportunities in there will be part of F5M-MC except "JustBeenPaid"
which is becoming VERY HUGE online and this is only the beginning for them!
I am beginning to invest $1000 or buy 100 positions per month in there. My plan
is to be on the TOP 20 Earners by Spring of 2012.

I will keep all F5M-MC members updated as to any new changes, enhancements or any
other related issues that involve F5M-MC. F5M-Millionaires Club will continue to
out perform all others out there and we will crash the competition by offering
more what others will not do.

I want everyone who has joined F5M-MC and who will join in the future to be 100%
satisfied member and be here for life to earn income.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

What's up With AlertPay?

It's now time to take action my friends!

Alertpay has been holding us hostage long enough and if they don't want to publicly admit that they have not been totally forthcoming with it's members, then it is up to us to make the world know how they treat us.

How many internet business owners are loosing money? How much stands to be lost if this continues?

Why are we not getting Blog updates every day on such an important issue that is currently robbing millions of members of their earnings?
I feel it's my duty to bring this out into the public eye in hopes that it will make a positive difference for all currently concerned & future parties that may be involved.
Take a look:

- https://www.alertpay.com/en/agreements.aspx ( Alertpay User Agreement)
- https://www.alertpay.com/en/agreements.aspx#2.0 Liability (Liabilities to Both Parties)
- http://blog.alertpay.com/ (Alertpay Blog)

There is no explanation for why we cannot process Visa and MasterCard. We have a right to know!

Thursday, October 6, 2011

RIP-Steve Jobs

The news this morning was sad. I woke up to the announcement that Steve Jobs, the Apple King, had given up the fight of his life. It is a sad, sad day for followers of Apple, the iPod, iPad and all things Mac.

I did learn something I didn't know before, he was adopted as well as a college drop out. Amazing! This man was ahead of his time and an innovator in technology, and has helped to change the way the world communicates and computes.

(AP)  SAN FRANCISCO — Steve Jobs saw the future and led the world to it. He moved technology from garages to pockets, took entertainment from discs to bytes and turned gadgets into extensions of the people who use them.

Jobs, who founded and ran Apple, told us what we needed before we wanted it.

"To some people, this is like Elvis Presley or John Lennon. It's a change in our times. It's the end of an era," said Scott Robbins, 34, a barber and an Apple fan. "It's like the end of the innovators."

Apple announced his death without giving a specific cause. He died peacefully on Wednesday, according to a statement from family members who were present. He was 56.

"Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives," Apple's board said in a statement. "The world is immeasurably better because of Steve."

President Barack Obama said in a statement that Jobs "exemplified the spirit of American ingenuity."

"Steve was among the greatest of American innovators — brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world and talented enough to do it," he said.

Jobs had battled cancer in 2004 and underwent a liver transplant in 2009 after taking a leave of absence for unspecified health problems. He took another leave of absence in January — his third since his health problems began — and resigned in August. Jobs became Apple's chairman and handed the CEO job over to his hand-picked successor, Tim Cook.

Outside Apple's Cupertino headquarters, three flags — an American flag, a California state flag and an Apple flag — were flying at half-staff late Wednesday.

"Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor." Cook wrote in an email to Apple's employees. "Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple."

The news Apple fans and shareholders had been dreading came the day after Apple unveiled its latest iPhone, a device that got a lukewarm reception. Perhaps, there would have been more excitement had Jobs been well enough to show it off with his trademark theatrics.

Jobs started Apple with a high school friend in a Silicon Valley garage in 1976, was forced out a decade later and returned in 1997 to rescue the company. During his second stint, it grew into the most valuable technology company in the world with a market value of $351 billion. Almost all that wealth has been created since Jobs' return.

Cultivating Apple's countercultural sensibility and a minimalist design ethic, Jobs rolled out one sensational product after another, even in the face of the late-2000s recession and his own failing health.

He helped change computers from a geeky hobbyist's obsession to a necessity of modern life at work and home, and in the process he upended not just personal technology but the cellphone and music industries.

For transformation of American industry, he has few rivals. He has long been linked to his personal computer-age contemporary, Bill Gates, and has drawn comparisons to other creative geniuses such as Walt Disney. Jobs died as Walt Disney Co.'s largest shareholder, a by-product of his decision to sell computer animation studio Pixar in 2006.

Perhaps most influentially, Jobs in 2001 launched the iPod, which offered "1,000 songs in your pocket." Over the next 10 years, its white earphones and thumb-dial control seemed to become more ubiquitous than the wristwatch.

In 2007 came the touch-screen iPhone, joined a year later by Apple's App Store, where developers could sell iPhone "apps" which made the phone a device not just for making calls but also for managing money, editing photos, playing games and social networking. And in 2010, Jobs introduced the iPad, a tablet-sized, all-touch computer that took off even though market analysts said no one really needed one.

By 2011, Apple had become the second-largest company of any kind in the United States by market value. In August, it briefly surpassed Exxon Mobil as the most valuable company.

Under Jobs, the company cloaked itself in secrecy to build frenzied anticipation for each of its new products. Jobs himself had a wizardly sense of what his customers wanted, and where demand didn't exist, he leveraged a cult-like following to create it.

When he spoke at Apple presentations, almost always in faded blue jeans, sneakers and a black mock turtleneck, legions of Apple acolytes listened to every word. He often boasted about Apple successes, then coyly added a coda — "one more thing" — before introducing its latest ambitious idea.

In later years, Apple investors also watched these appearances for clues about his health. Jobs revealed in 2004 that he had been diagnosed with a very rare form of pancreatic cancer — an islet cell neuroendocrine tumor. He underwent surgery and said he had been cured. In 2009, following weight loss he initially attributed to a hormonal imbalance, he abruptly took a six-month leave. During that time, he received a liver transplant that became public two months after it was performed.

He went on another medical leave in January 2011, this time for an unspecified duration. He never went back and resigned as CEO in August, though he stayed on as chairman. Consistent with his penchant for secrecy, he didn't reference his illness in his resignation letter.

Steven Paul Jobs was born Feb. 24, 1955, in San Francisco to Joanne Simpson, then an unmarried graduate student, and Abdulfattah Jandali, a student from Syria. Simpson gave Jobs up for adoption, though she married Jandali and a few years later had a second child with him, Mona Simpson, who became a novelist.

Steven was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs of Los Altos, California, a working-class couple who nurtured his early interest in electronics. He saw his first computer terminal at NASA's Ames Research Center when he was around 11 and landed a summer job at Hewlett-Packard before he had finished high school.

Jobs enrolled in Reed College in Portland, Ore., in 1972 but dropped out after six months.

"All of my working-class parents' savings were being spent on my college tuition. After six months, I couldn't see the value in it," he said at a Stanford University commencement address in 2005. "I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and no idea how college was going to help me figure it out."

When he returned to California in 1974, Jobs worked for video game maker Atari and attended meetings of the Homebrew Computer Club — a group of computer hobbyists — with Steve Wozniak, a high school friend who was a few years older.

Wozniak's homemade computer drew attention from other enthusiasts, but Jobs saw its potential far beyond the geeky hobbyists of the time. The pair started Apple Computer Inc. in Jobs' parents' garage in 1976. According to Wozniak, Jobs suggested the name after visiting an "apple orchard" that Wozniak said was actually a commune.

Their first creation was the Apple I — essentially, the guts of a computer without a case, keyboard or monitor.

The Apple II, which hit the market in 1977, was their first machine for the masses. It became so popular that Jobs was worth $100 million by age 25.

During a 1979 visit to the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, Jobs again spotted mass potential in a niche invention: a computer that allowed people to control computers with the click of a mouse, not typed commands. He returned to Apple and ordered his engineering team to copy what he had seen.

It foreshadowed a propensity to take other people's concepts, improve on them and spin them into wildly successful products. Under Jobs, Apple didn't invent computers, digital music players or smartphones — it reinvented them for people who didn't want to learn computer programming or negotiate the technical hassles of keeping their gadgets working.

"We have always been shameless about stealing great ideas," Jobs said in an interview for the 1996 PBS series "Triumph of the Nerds."

The engineers responded with two computers. The pricier Lisa — the same name as his daughter — launched to a cool reception in 1983. The less-expensive Macintosh, named for an employee's favorite apple, exploded onto the scene in 1984.

The Mac was heralded by an epic Super Bowl commercial that referenced George Orwell's "1984" and captured Apple's iconoclastic style. In the ad, expressionless drones marched through dark halls to an auditorium where a Big Brother-like figure lectures on a big screen. A woman in a bright track uniform burst into the hall and launched a hammer into the screen, which exploded, stunning the drones, as a narrator announced the arrival of the Mac.

There were early stumbles at Apple. Jobs clashed with colleagues and even the CEO he had hired away from Pepsi, John Sculley. And after an initial spike, Mac sales slowed, in part because few programs had been written for it.

With Apple's stock price sinking, conflicts between Jobs and Sculley mounted. Sculley won over the board in 1985 and pushed Jobs out of his day-to-day role leading the Macintosh team. Jobs resigned his post as chairman of the board and left Apple within months.

"What had been the focus of my entire adult life was gone, and it was devastating," Jobs said in his Stanford speech. "I didn't see it then, but it turned out that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, less sure about everything. It freed me to enter one of the most creative periods of my life."

He got into two other companies: Next, a computer maker, and Pixar, a computer-animation studio that he bought from George Lucas for $10 million.

Pixar, ultimately the more successful venture, seemed at first a bottomless money pit. Then in 1995 came "Toy Story," the first computer-animated full-length feature. Jobs used its success to negotiate a sweeter deal with Disney for Pixar's next two films, "A Bug's Life" and "Toy Story 2." Jobs sold Pixar to The Walt Disney Co. for $7.4 billion in stock in a deal that got him a seat on Disney's board and 138 million shares of stock that accounted for most of his fortune. Forbes magazine estimated Jobs was worth $7 billion in a survey last month.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Everyday Motivation

I just love CJ's motivation! We all need to stay motivated all the time. That can be hard! But here are some suggestions from CJ. 

Don't forget to check out his YouTube Channel!

This is one motivating guy!


How to Stay Motivated All The Time

There’s a way for you to stay motivated all the time. What do I mean by motivated? I mean when you’re able to eliminate your “I don’t feel like it” attitude and ride the wave of enthusiasm straight towards the shores of your goals.
It’s possible, and the method is simple, but you’ll have to work at it. I like to say, “There’s no easy way, but there is a simple way.” It takes effort, but it’s not complicated. There’s nothing complicated about moving your house, but it’ll take a lot of effort—and it’s the “thought” of the effort of moving that makes you dread it.

You are Naturally Motivated

You have a natural propensity to be motivated. In fact, everything about you is striving for life. Take, for example, your physical body. As you read this article, your body is processing food, your lungs are breathing, your brain is working, and your heart won’t stop beating.
Your body is striving for life!
The problems start in your mind and emotions, and that’s where you’re defeated. Despite your natural tendency to be motivated, your thoughts and emotions rebel against your optimism, and this is where the battle to stay motivated takes place.

What Does It Mean for You to Stay Motivated?

We’ve all been motivated at some point, even if just for a day. You might watch an inspirational movie like Rocky and feel motivated to get in shape, but after a few days, your fires burn out and you quit.
If you could sustain the sense of motivation you first felt, you’d be more likely to continue the dreaded disciplines needed to achieve your goals. Therefore, staying motivated all the time means:
Keeping yourself in that emotional state where you’re always feeling enough enthusiasm to continue the disciplines necessary to achieve your goals or personal change.

The Key is to Understand Your Cycles of Defeat

If there’s any secret to staying motivated, it’s understanding this: we all have cycles of defeat, and the more we understand our own, the better we’ll be at staying motivated all the time.
Your cycle of defeat is the average amount of time it takes for you to get discouraged and quit. For you it may be two days, two weeks, or two months before you start talking yourself out of what you should be doing.
It’s important for you to understand that nobody just quits. All quitting is preceded by a season of personal dialogue in which you create all the reasons why you should quit and why it’s okay to do so. Here’s some of the symptoms that appear before you consider quitting:
  1. You get physically tired.
  2. You get burnt out on the same routine.
  3. You get weary of the personal sacrifices.
  4. You get discouraged because you’re not seeing the results fast enough.
When these symptoms show up, you start feeling like you’re no longer “in the mood.” It’s at this time when you have to act. If you can win the battle at the point when these symptoms and thoughts appear, then you’ll be able to stay motivated all the time.

How to Defeat Your Desire to Quit

It’s the time when discouragement and weariness set in that you have to act because that is the time when your desire to quit is at its weakest. If you let it go beyond that point, your desire to quit becomes stronger, and you’re almost guaranteed to give up on pursuing your goals.
Defeating the desire to quit is much like how a police officer trains a dog to walk at his side. He uses a short leash and choker chain and places the dog on his left side so that the right shoulder of the dog is at the officer’s left knee. That is the crucial point of contact. If the dog even slightly veers from the officer’s knee, the officer will pull the choker chain to bring him back.
In the beginning, all that officer will be doing is pulling on that leash, because the dog is not used to walking alongside someone. If the officer is consistent in keeping that dog’s shoulder close to his knee, then the dog will soon learn the habit.

How to Counter Your Cycle of Defeat

The officer and his dog can only fail in one way: if the officer doesn’t pull the chain as soon as he sees the dog veering off, then the dog won’t be disciplined. It’s much easier to pull the dog back after veering off a few inches than it is if the officer were to allow the dog to go sniff the flowers for a few minutes.
This is how you get control over your own emotions when you’re about to enter your cycle of defeat. As soon as the symptoms begin to appear, you have to check and counter them. You cannot allow the second stage—the inner dialogue—to begin or it will be too late.
Do whatever you have to in order to stay motivated:
  1. Take a break.
  2. Read or watch something inspirational that relates to what you’re doing.
  3. Talk to someone that can pump you up.
  4. Change your routine.
  5. Talk positive to yourself.
The objective is to mount a counter assault and stop your cycle of defeat as soon as it begins. It will be challenging at first, but soon you’ll recognize how your own psychology works and how you can adjust yourself to stay on track.
What you’ll realize is that your desire to quit, which has always defeated you in the past, is actually very weak and predictable. Your renewed sense of personal strength will help put the cycle of defeat under your boots as well as every other habit that entraps you.
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Sunday, August 14, 2011

List Surfing is New and Improved!

Whether you use viral list builders and safelists
or traffic exchanges, You now can experience
the best of both worlds... with the social experience
carried through-out the whole site.

List Surfing is the first to introduce massive
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Have fun, interact, get feedback on your site,
"up" your social status, and much more.

I'll see you there,

Katrina Oakley

Monday, August 8, 2011

The Free Affiliate Marketer Network on NING

My best internet friend, Laura Newton, AKA, The Water Filter Lady, built this wonderful place for affiliate marketers, new and old, to hang out and share their experiences in the Affiliate Marketing world.

This is a wonderful place to start, build, or enhance your internet marketing business!

Affiliate programs are everywhere. Your favorite appliances, products, home services just may have some type of Affiliate program. Most are free! Services such as Amazon, Ebay, and many others.

There are many tools on The Free Affiliate Marketer Network Keep up to date with the latest tools that are free, or very cheap, for enhancing your Internet business!

Why not go get an account today? Give your Internet Marketing business a boost!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Get a Viral Traffic Rush!

Viral Traffic Rush is a new rush in banner advertising! After just 78 days in operation, Viral Traffic Rush has provided its members with, 85,862,939ads viewed, and $4,192, Commissions Paid to free and upgraded members. These are great stats in such a short time! 
Banner advertising gone Totally Viral! For a short time, upgrading is only 10 bucks! For life! Not a monthly fee!

Would you like $1 million dollars now, or a penny today, double it tomorrow (get 2 cents), then double that again the third day (get 4 cents), then double that again the 4th day (get 8 cents), and so on for only 30 days?
It's easy, first, click the 6 banners on the signup page. Once you are finished viewing all 6 websites, fill in your information and get your free account! Add your banner, and then invite your friends! They will see the same page you did, but your banner will be in first position, and your sponsors banner will be shown below, continuing up 5 levels. Take a look at how many views your banners and ads could get with Viral Traffic Rush:

How Many Pages Your Banner Ad Could Be Seen On*

Levels # Referred Total Pages
Your page  
Level 1 (your refer) people
Level 2 (lev 1 each refer) people
Level 3 (lev 2 each refer) people
Level 4 (lev 3 each refer) people
Level 5 (lev 4 each refer) people
  Grand total >>>
That grand total is how many referrals you could have and is the total number of pages your banner ad could be seen on! Go ahead and play with some numbers!
If you and all your referrals only showed your pages 10 times a day your banner ad would be getting seen times per day! Imagine how much traffic you could be getting!
Join and you can learn about vTrafficRush.com's unique 'upside-down' commission structure where you get paid more on the bottom than you do the top! Even free members earn!

*This traffic calculator is for illustrative purposes only.
Your results may vary. 

You have nothing to loose! Sign up for your free account today and see for yourself!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Woah! Yahoo!

Yahoo earnings fall as firm hits technology delays

Carol Bartz Yahoo chief executive Carol Bartz was brought in two years ago to turn around the company's fortunes

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Yahoo has said that a partnership with Microsoft is facing delays as it awaits improvements in technology.
The internet company, which has also announced a 28% fall in profits, is using Microsoft's search technology in a bid to improve advertising revenue.
But Yahoo said the system was not yet paying off and that a further roll-out was on hold while changes were made.
Meanwhile, Yahoo made profits of $223m (£137m) for the first three months of 2011, down from $310m last year.
The quarterly earnings figure was ahead of analysts' forecasts and sent Yahoo's share price 3.5% higher in after-hours trading on Wall Street.
'On schedule' The mixed progress report from Yahoo comes two years into chief executive Carol Bartz's attempts to revive growth at the company.
She told reporters that revenue would not rise to levels that Yahoo experienced before it struck the deal with Microsoft until the end of the year.
Her previous forecast was that revenues would pick up mid-2011.
Yahoo said it was continuing to make progress on efforts to expand into the fast-growing mobile internet market, and to increase the amount of video advertising on the site.
Net revenue, which excludes fees paid to partner websites, was $1.06bn in the first quarter, just higher than the $1.05bn average of analyst expectations but down 6% from the $1.13bn recorded a year earlier.
Ms Bartz said: "Our turnaround is proceeding on schedule, and we are very confident Yahoo is heading in the right direction."
Steve Weinstein, analyst at Pacific Crest Securities, said there were clear signs of improvements at Yahoo.
"The growth in their display business, when you peel everything back, continues to look good," he said.

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Friday, February 25, 2011

Deadline to buy Fan Page Engine has been extended!

I talked to my good friend David Foster with hubze and Fan
Page Engine and convinced him to hold off increasing the price
until March 1st!


Here's the best part.. READY FOR IT? If you buy Fan Page Engine now
you'll get grandfathered in should there ever be a price increase
and you get all updates included at no additional costs!


I'm sure you have heard by now that starting March 11th you will no
longer be able to add any new FBML tabs to your Facebook pages.
Well no worries because on March 1st Fan Page Engine will flip the
switch and you'll be able to create pages with iframes!

And if you buy now there is no additional cost to convert!


While I don't know what the price will increase to I do know that
it makes sense to buy it now and save yourself quite a bit of money.

With this great product you can create your own custom tabs to use
on your Facebook page. No need to pay a developer and get this..
You don't have to learn code!!! Just add your text and images and you're done!

It doesn't get simpler than this.

This is a no brainer..

Go now and get it!!!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Guest Blog Posting

If you blog, you are always looking for tips and tricks to keep it filled with fresh content. What do you do when you experience what I fondly refer to as, blogger block. Blogger block is much like writers block. You know you need to keep up fresh content, and the more the better, but some days, you are just not that into updating your blog, again.

One way to ease the pain of blogger block is to read a few other blogs in your blog niche. Maybe an internet pal is working the same blog subject as you are. Go read that blog, leave a comment, and then, contact him or her and ask if they would like to guest post. What an honor! To guest post on a colleagues blog

There are a couple ways to guest post. In Blogger, an invitation can be sent to the guest. Simply go to the settings tab and choose the permissions tab. There you will see instructions for inviting a guest poster. Once your guest has accepted, you can then choose how much access to grant them. This section would also be the place to delete the guest, if you choose to limit the time to grant access. Or, very simply ask for the post to be sent to you and you post. If you choose to do this method, always be sure to let your readers know who your guest is.

As I am not completely sure how to do this with WordPress, I cannot advise how to invite a guest to post. But, I will be learning that trick as well! The email method also eliminates the need to learn one more thing.

A huge bonus with guest posting, backlinks! Lots of relevant backlinks! Kills two birds with one stone! Save time and effort!

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Even President Obama strongly suggests that every American should filter their tap water. If we must filter our water, we should use a quality water filter system. 

There are many studies that are showing how harmful the artificial, processed and genetically modified foods are for the human body.

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