Shel Horowitz’s September Frugal Marketing Tip is Posted for You

September, 2007:

Thank you for all the get-well notes after I broke my arm and couldn’t publish an August issue. I’m mending well, though a long way from healed–but I can drive, type, dress myself, and even cook again. Now if I could figure out a comfortable way to sleep that didn’t irritate my shoulder…

Main Article: PPC, Part 2: Keyword/Key Phrase Analysis

What search terms can you inexpensively dominate–that people are actually searching for?

http://frugalmarketing.com/newsletters/2007/09/06/pay-per-click-part-2-keyword-analysis-and-selection-shel-horowitzs-frugal-marketing-tip-sept-07/

Get Paid to Travel

Daniel Hall, known for his program on how to get gigs on cruise ships, has collaborated with Gina Henry-Cook to put together a series of videos exploring a number of ways to get paid to travel (everyone’s dream, right?). Everything from being a mystery shopper to leading tours to running your own eBay-based import-export business. Don’t be put off by the bad grammar on the sales page–the videos have great information and good grammar. http://snipurl.com/1qdxa (affiliate link).

Which of Shel’s Books is Right for You?

http://frugalmarketing.com/newsletters/2007/06/18/shels-award-winning-books-which-should-you-own/

Hear and Meet Shel
In Denver/Boulder, CO (on the radio); Avon, CT; Las Vegas; South Hadley, MA; worldwide at an online writer’s conference and over Internet radio:
http://frugalmarketing.com/newsletters/2007/09/06/hearmeet-shel-september-to-december-2007/

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http://frugalmarketing.com/newsletters/2007/08/26/content-posted-to-my-sites-august-2007/

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