Part Two of Scott Boulch’s “Death of AdSense” Report Released

Posted on 28th September, 2006

Scott Boulch has released the second report entitled “Life After AdSense, Climbing the Internet Marketing Food Chain”.

So why do you need this report?

If you are doing AdSense and you are not satisfied with the results you are getting or you want to know about other money making alternatives besides AdSense, this report may be able to offer some insight into these issues.

In this report Scott describes a method that he is using to replace the $50,000 per month AdSense revenue he lost when things took a turn for the worst. He basically tells you how to promote CPA offers using PPC. I am aware of this technique for a while but have never really given it a try. Perhaps it’s about time I give it a shot.

I am making between USD1000 to USD2000 every month promoting CPA offers on my websites, that’s nothing to shout about but it’s always fun to receive checks in USD.

Anyway, if you are interested, I’ve written about some of the CPA or pay per lead programs that are making me money here. I tried applying for Azoogle, one of the CPA programs that Scott uses a lot, but it seemed that they didn’t accept application from Malaysia at that time.

Anyway, check out Scott’s reports here.

Related Posts
No related posts for this content

An engineer by training, Victor has been working full-time online as an Internet marketer, a programmer and an app developer since 2001. He has been blogging at Sabahan.com since 2006 sharing his experience and teaching people how to make money online. Click here to join his private Facebook Group for bloggers.

  • […] After reading Jeremy Palmer’s Quit Your Day Job and Scott Boulch’s Life After AdSense ebooks, I decided 2007 is the year to get back into this. I had tried AdWords with affiliate programs and PPL before but it was a money losing endeavor. With my new found knowledge, hopefully 2007 will turn things around. […]

  • Kitty Karsen says:

    I read this blog very often and i can tell i love to read this cind of articals!

  • Gaman says:

    Asking for an email address in exchange for something considered valuable is nothing new in the Internet marketing world. While a little vigilance can never hurt, in this case I think the guy is just naive and perhaps paranoid by questioning this practice.

    Scott will make more money by nurturing his list as oppose to spamming it.

  • I read this blog, downloaded the ebook, did some search and came up with some other blogs that accuse Scot for collecting email in order to spam the opt-in people who downloaded the ebook etc.


    Watch out also..

  • >
    Scroll Up

    Sign Up Below... For Tips and Tools to Help You Build a Better Blog

    >> Sign Up Now and get access to:

    • chevron-circle-right
      The exact methods I use to make money
    • chevron-circle-right
      Resources to increase traffic to your blog
    • chevron-circle-right
      The latest updates from Sabahan.com

    We hate spam. Unsubscribe anytime.