Sunday, June 29, 2008

Exclusing interview with Ewen Chia, Aaron Wall, John Chow etc  


Blog Of The Day !!

I am feeling myself privileged for discovering a very soft written blog on online marketing by Mr Phang. I am thankful to Mr. Alvin Phang for giving us all an opportunity to get an appearance and listening to his journey as one of the most successful bloggers of the time, that he started just one year back on his own voice.

Mr. Phang started his business on 7th October/06 as a Professional Blogger at the bare age of 24 years. On an average 25,000 visitors surf his blog everyday and more than 194,000 visitors from the day of inception of the blog.

What are the Points of Attraction?

A very lucid blog design, straight cut writing style, cleaver presentation of the money making opportunities / affiliate programs, in a synchronized way. Yes, one of the most informative Blog, that I have surfed yet.

I am especially thankful to him for arranging interviews with -

1.... the doyans of the Online Marketing like- Ewen Chia, Tracy Repchuk.
2... one of the Most Successful Bloggers like - John Chow.
3... successful Niche Marketing Experts like -Dr. Ron Capps, Zack Harris
4... Nate WhiteHill (UniqueBlogDesigns),
5... and many more...

Get access to all the interviews only on one place ##

Thursday, June 26, 2008

5 Reports On Online Marketing & Home Based Business Opportunities  


    1. Advertising sales forecast has just been released by ZenithOptimedia - details from the report today and noted "The forecasts for internet advertising have been revised upwards. The report now forecasts 29.9% growth this year (up from 28.6% forecast three months ago) and 85% growth between 2006 and 2009 (up from 82%). Online video and local search are the new, fast-growing segments, but display, classified and the rest of search are still growing rapidly as well. Internet advertising is expected to account for 9.5% of all expenditure in 2009, fractionally up from the 9.4% forecast three months ago..... The study expects newspapers' share of world ad expenditure to fall from 29.0% in 2006 to 26.2% in 2009. Full Story on -

    2. Hispanic households tend to be younger on average than the U.S. population at large. Of the more than 10 million Hispanic households, 38 percent are currently headed by someone under 35, and an additional 25 percent are led by someone between the ages of 35 and 44 (the national average for homes with heads under 35 is 23 percent.) By 2010, the under-45 Hispanic market will increase to 8 million households, and its purchasing power will leap from the current level of less than $295 billion to $397 billion. In other words, $3 out of every $5 flowing to Hispanic households in 2010 will be in the hands of this younger-than-average segment. Full Story on -

    3. The Future of Advertising and Marketing Programs : Fundamental changes in the way marketing programs are planned, created and executed are expected in 2007, according to the Association of National Advertisers ANA. Here are ten ways the marketing landscape is likely to be transformed, as predicted by the ANA’s leadership team. Full Story on -
    4. The Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce announced today that the estimate of U.S. retail e-commerce sales for the first quarter of 2008, adjusted for seasonal variation, but not for price changes, was $33.8 billion, an increase of 0.8 percent (±1.0%)* from the fourth quarter of 2007. Total retail sales for the first quarter of 2008 were estimated at $1,024.2 billion, an increase of 0.1 percent (±0.2%)* from the fourth quarter of 2007. The first quarter 2008 e-commerce estimate increased 13.6 percent (±1.2%) from the first quarter of 2007 while total retail sales increased 2.8 percent (±0.2%) in the same period. E-commerce sales in the first quarter of 2008 accounted for 3.3 percent of total sales. Full Story on:

    5. “Home-based businesses collectively generated a remarkable amount of economic activity, especially for women and minorities,” said Census Bureau Director Louis Kincannon. “Just released data also show most businesses are started by people and families who dig into their own pockets.” Almost half (49 percent) of the nation’s businesses are operated from home, and more than 6-in-10 owners used their own money to start the business, according to new U.S. Census Bureau reports on characteristics of businesses and business owners. Nearly 1-in-10 U.S. businesses -- both employer firms and nonemployer firms -- were started by owners who used personal or business credit cards to finance the startup or acquisition. Nearly 3-in-10 (28 percent) of all entrepreneurs started or acquired their business with no capital at all. Full Story On:

    6. More Demographic Reports on US Home Business Workers / Engterpreneurs : Download the Free Report on Home Business Workers in the US (.pdf)

eBay Provides Secondary income to 724,000 US Enterprenuers!!  


Since eBay became more than just an online garage sale, many retail industry observers have wondered just how important eBay is as a selling force. A new survey by ACNielsen International Research for eBay provides an answer: very important. The survey reports that 724,000 Americans derive their primary or secondary income from eBay, a group which eBay characterizes as “professional eBay sellers.” Another 1.5 million say they supplement their income by selling on eBay.

In the first six months of 2005, eBay members in the U.S. sold merchandise worth approximately $10.6 billion. The number of eBay entrepreneurs in the U.S. has increased 68% since the last comparable study in 2003, when 430,000 Americans said they were making some or all of their income selling on eBay.

“In just 10 years, eBay has become the destination for Americans pursuing their visions of entrepreneurship,” said Bill Cobb, president of eBay North America. “We’re proud to play a central role in small business development in the U.S. and around the world.”
EBay hopes to increase that number by hosting eBay Days Small Business seminars in eight cities in the U.S. this summer.

Monday, June 02, 2008

A few words about  


What is ProfitMart?



Then please give me a minute, so that I can explain what really ProfitMart is... What I experienced as a member... And about the opportunity...

In common parellance, is an online home based business. As an online home business opportunity ProfitMart is not a big exception to other 2-Tier affiliate programs. But what unusual I found with the affiliate program is that, it provides a basic platform to anybody who wants a establish an online business
for the future...

ProfitMart provides the basic/advanced tools, free resources and tutorials that every newbie or a webmaster will need to set-up an online venture. In the ProfitMart Bonus gift package - I found a fantastic eBook "Idiot's Guide to WebMarketing" by "Rick Davies & Ron Davies", a well written masterpiece - a text book on Affiliate Mareting for a novice like me.

ProfitMart is a 2 tier Affiliate Program. Every newly enrolled member, get a free
website just like mine -, a very professionally designed website package with a Free Domain, 5 Free Sub-Domains, Unlimited Auto-Responders, POP3 eMail IDs, Free Tutorials, free pass to a Forum where I met like minded webmasters and they are equally helping and very kind hearted.

You make 50% montly residual income, plus profit from popular revenue programs like - Amazon, ClickBank, eBay, Google Adsense and your own affiliate programs you want to promote.

The differences I observed in ProfitMart is only these...

If you ask me to rate ProfitMart- I will be happy to give them 10 out of 10. Review yourself- and let me know your own experience with ProfitMart.

Below is a slideshow of the cPanel and Administrative Control Panel, to make a panaromic view of the full system !!

Here is a sample screenshot of my friend PS Thoo's Earning !!