Alex is at it again: The SUPER Product Formula!

The SUPER Product Formula

This ends Tuesday November 24th, so DO IT NOW!

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To make money without a big investment, even if you have no experience.

To see the offer without further ado, click the image above or click this link: http://jvz1.com/c/112115/177681

What better moment than just before Christmas to learn how to make money on the Internet? This is very affordable and allows you to make a side revenue and who knows? maybe, eventually, enough money to quit your job! But start at the beginning, and DO NOT quit your job just now – you need to first figure out if you like doing this! 🙂 The Super Product Formula is one great way to see if you like this. Go ahead! Click!

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Now remember: this is only until November 24! Yes! Tuesday! Do it now!

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Webinars for the rest of us

Webinar Fusion Pro – for the rest of us!

I recently bought Webinar Fusion Pro. I call it “Webinars for the rest of us” – remember? that was one of Apple’s slogan about Macintosh: computers for the rest of us – meaning, you could “drive” a Mac without knowing code at all. In 1984, that was quite a feat!

Today, everyone has a computer: on their desktop, in the palm of their hands and sooner on their wrist, with the Apple Watch. We’re all connected world-wide and we can have clients all over the world without ever leaving our chair. But up until now, to be able to do professional Webinars and use that techology professionally, you had to have lots of money, because it’s important to have a reliable platform and reliable platforms were quite expensive.

Quality and a full range of webinar functionalities

Untill now. Now, it’s all changed. That’s why I bought Webinar Fusion Pro, Enterprise version. (Yes, there are OTO’s, of course! This is Internet Marketing…)

Of course I haven’t had time to experiment with it fully, but I feel confident enough to recommend it. If you want to give a course, for free or getting paid for it, if you want to sell a product and explain it fully, it will be a great help. Especially since you can have replays and customize the playbacks to maximize sales – that means you can give the course over and over again, being paid every time, when in fact you give it once and then run the playback – you only need to be there to simply answer questions at the end, if you like.

So I suggest you take the time to look at it and study the sales page too (I do that all the time – it really is worth the effort), read the list of features and advantages. My guess is, you’ll do like me: you won’t resist! Here is the link.

Yes, that’s an affiliate link. If you buy, I will profit. But here is why I bought it: One of the reasons I never wanted to become an actor, back in my youth, was that I knew I’d become awfully bored repeating the same text every night. Same goes with Webinars. I was always reluctant to take that route because I couldn’t picture myself repeating the same stuff without getting completely bored. I have been on webinars where the host is so bored about his content that he rushes you through it like there is no tomorrow. It’s no fun. But Webinar Fusion Pro solved that problem for me, at a price I could afford.

I hope it does the same for you.

Be wise, Be daring, let me know what you did!

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My IM Web

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Among the projects I had and have yet to implement was a website called “My IM web” or myimweb.com.

That website is meant as a place where I share what I’ve learned in Internet Marketing in the last few years, and also a place where I give access to (by giving and selling) a lot of content I’ve acquired over the years with resell rights. To this I add a little bit of content I sell as an affiliate (a model I don’t use too much, for some reason).

So I’ve been lazy and the site isn’t up yet, and now there is a launch I believe would benefit many of you. So I’ve decided to put it up here.

The Launch Bible

Yes, it’s an affiliate link and if you buy something through my link, I will benefit financially. No, I’m not telling you you should buy this at all costs. Yes, I’m telling you: this is a product by Alex Jeffreys. I’ve been coached by Alex and he is genuinely working to help people progress in their online business.

So if you know you want to launch a product, a website or a book or ebook in any foreseable future, maybe you should consider acquiring his brand new Launch Bible 2.0.

See, I’m sparing you the hype, the already-made-sales-pages, all of that. I’ll just give you the visual so you recognize you’re in the right place. Here it is:
The Launch BibleThat will take you to a sales page, some of it a bit too hyped-up for my own taste, but Alex delivers content VERY generously, so I know you’ll get a lot for your money.

It’s a dimesale (at $7.37 at the time of this writing) and there are OTOs (one-time offers).

I can’t decide for you if this is for you, all I can say is Alex Jeffreys, even if you don’t like his style or his hype, is a highly ethical marketer and he provides valuable content very generously. So there you go! Here is the link again: The Launch Bible 2.0 by Alex Jeffreys.

 

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A gift this morning

This morning, I received a gift from someone whose newsletter I subscribed to because I bought some of his products previously. For once, the “gift” was completely free, and I can pass it on!  Yes, you read this right! I can pass it on.

What is it?  A one-year free subscription to an online squeeze-page builder (value is $47/month).

Where is it?  Here  Just use coupon code fq-kpG33h and you will be granted a free one year subscription.

Yes, this is an affiliate link and I will benefit from it. I will not receive money, I will receive upgrades on my affiliation. But you know what? When you register, you will be granted an affiliate link and coupon code too that you can share with your friends/list/contacts.

When I registered this morning, I was not shown any upsell. Nothing to buy. However, I haven’t tried the product yet, but a quick look around the website shows it’s pretty promising!

Enjoy!  Here is the link again, and the coupon code: fq-kpG33h

Have a great day!

Marie

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The Nightmare!

Hi everyone!

I have not been busy with my blog in the last couple of months because of other pressing priorities (that lasted longer than I expected).

I’m wondering if any of you used the MailPoet Newsletter plugin to collect subscribers info on your WP blog?

For those of you who did, here is a word of advice: EVEN IF you kept it up-to-date, you should immediately check your site for malware. I’ve used Anti-Malware and Sucuri plugins (both free on WordPress.org) and found malware in all of my WP installs that had the MailPoet Newsletter plugin installed…

Insidious, invisible, bad news.

The thing is there was a vulnerability that was found only in June and by the time they issued the updates, most sites were already infected. Excepts all sites were still running smoothly in the front-end. Late in July, they realized that and sent another update (the first one was not enough) and THEN told us to check our sites with anti-malware. So even if you had kept everything up-to-date (like I had) your sites could be infected without you knowing it because the front-end was still working fine.

If you’re lucky, it’ll be a very easy operation. I’ve been lucky. On my own sites, there were a few intrusions, all easily removed. On one of my clients’ site however, things were different. The client had given an administrator account to a supposed expert (!), and that site has been hit so badly I had to have my own hosting provider (I’m a hosting reseller) check the site thoroughly and they still found malware code after running checks & cleaning up with plugins (Anti-Malware plugin has been updated with that data afterwards).  I _strongly_ suspect my client’s so-called expert’s password was too weak and opened the door because it’s the only site that was so badly hit.

Secure passwords

I’m a hosting reseller and site developper, and I always ask my clients, in the contracts I have with them, to use secure passwords:

  • more than 8 characters
  • a mix of small and capital letters, figures and symbols
  • NO word that can be found in a dictionary (even in a foreign language – robots access ALL dictionaries)

This may not make the sites impenetrable, but looking at my other sites where passwords are secure, it certainly proved useful this time.

Don’t trust what you see

The other lesson for me here was that I couldn’t trust what I was seeing. All my sites kept running smoothly. NOTHING was visible on the front-end (visiting the site). Which means my sites (and hosting space) were most likely used to do spam or launch various attacks on other sites or maybe simply used as a space resource.

Loosing ranking

The bad thing about this, besides the fact it makes you an accomplice to bad stuff going on on the Web, is that you might endup with your site blacklisted and you will likely loose your ranking on Google. Why? Because if your site is infected, Google will pick up on it and until your site is cleaned up, forget ranking…

Bottom line lessons for me

  1. Keep everything up-to-date
  2. Don’t trust the fact that our site seems ok when you visit it.
  3. Install malware-checking plugins
  4. Install a plugin that will let you know when WordPress, your theme or your plugins need updating, so you don’t have to go check every day (I installed WP-Updates-Notifier – again free in wordpress.org)
  5. Make sure you and all your users have secure passwords
  6. Pray that life be good to you 🙂

I was keeping everything up-to-date and I had secure passwords, and I had faith in Life being good to me, but I neglected the other points.. It cost me a full week of work, when I didn’t really have time for that at all. I hope this post will spare you a bit of that.

 

 

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