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If you want to get in SMARTS you must hurry!

January 16, 2008


Andy from StomperNet just sent me an email that people who want to get in SMARTS need to hurry!

He is telling that on Friday at 2:00pm Eastern time, the price for SMARTS is going up by $600.00.

Here is his email:

I really hate to bring this up, because it’s
been such a “feel good” few days…

For instance, inside the new SMARTS forums, the
community is already blossoming…

And we made the crazy decision to just plain
give away our SMARTS “Instant Grad School” to
all the SMARTS members.

(The Instant Grad School was SUPPOSED to cost an
extra $497.00, but we decided to give it to the
SMARTS community at no extra charge. It hurt our
pocketbook some, but it felt great to gift that
bonus to the community.)

It’s been all beauty and grace for a couple of
weeks now.

But this is the thing I’ve been avoiding…

It’s almost time to close down sales of SMARTS.
You see, we are getting SMARTS classes started in
full next week.

So… we have to do this:

On Friday at 2:00pm Eastern time, the price for
SMARTS is going up by $600.00.

In addition, we will pull down the offer for the
“Instant Grad School” instant upgrade.

AND we’re also going to have to pull down my
bonus Video Creation webinar series.

So it’s getting down to the nitty-gritty. You’ve
got less than 48 hours to go. If you want to get
on board our SMARTS traffic system, you have to
act now.

Here’s the link.

Best Regards,

Written by Olegs Marhelis · Filed Under Affiliate Programs, Affiliate Strategies, Promotions, SEO 

Stomper S.MAR.T.S is LIVE

January 11, 2008

 It’s the moment you have all been waiting for.

Stomper S.MAR.T.S is LIVE! Go now to

They were originally scheduled to launch at Noon EST but got pushed back to 2PM EST.

 This is YOUR chance to cash in on the BILLION dollar social networking chaos.

Written by Olegs Marhelis · Filed Under Affiliate Programs, Affiliate Strategies, Affiliate Tools, SEO, SEO Tools 

Google Notebook

January 6, 2008

Google Notebook – In my daily use of the Internet I run across all kinds of images, articles, designs and other things that inspire me. However, it can be hard keeping all of these things in a single repository, especially if you work from more than one computer. So I use Google Notebook  as a dropbox for anything I find on the web. You can keep notes and link in Google Notebook and the best part is that it is free.

Google Notebook

Written by Olegs Marhelis · Filed Under Tools 

Domain Parking – What to use

January 4, 2008

If you have more than 40 domains:

Park most of your domains at Parked for some of the best payouts or apply for account at Sedo and  Active Audience if you expect your domains to make over $50 a week.  All of them have great looking landing pages.  Sedo & SedoPro are recommended for international domains. Active Audience may improve search engine performance of your domains if you use their nameservers, but income there is low.  Consider Traffic Z for nice looking and flexible parking pages. 

If you have less than 40 domains:

Park your domains at Sedo and/or Parked for almost instant results.  Apply for a Gold Key account and try some domains there too.  Some domains do better at Gold Key.  Sedo is best for International traffic.

Sedo and NameDrive use Google/AdWords ads, while Gold Key uses Yahoo/Overture.  Gold Key can provide search engine traffic, and their parking pages look better. 

Parking for Money

Written by Olegs Marhelis · Filed Under Domain Parking 

Better Image replacement technique

January 2, 2008

It fixes bug that makes the solution unusable if images are switched off in a browser:

The HTML code:

<h1 class=”ReplaceWithImage” id=”ImageHeader”>Replaced Text<span></span></h1>

The CSS code: 

  margin:0px; padding:0px;
  /* hide overflow:hidden from IE5/Mac */
  /* \*/
  overflow: hidden;
  /* */
.ReplaceWithImage span{
  z-index:1; /*for Opera 5 and 6*/
#ImageHeader, #ImageHeader span{
  background-image: url(image.jpg);

Works in:

  • Opera 5 and up
  • IE 7/win
  • IE 6/win
  • IE 5.5/win
  • IE 5/win
  • Mozilla Firebird
  • Mozilla 1.2
  • Konqueror 3.1.2
  • Safari
  • Camino
  • Omniweb
  • IE5.2/Mac OS X

Written by Olegs Marhelis · Filed Under CSS, Web Design 

Image replacement technique

January 2, 2008

I believe that this image replacement technique works for people with screen reading software. It will make some body’s life easier.

This technique keeps the text visible to the screen reader software and hidden to the user.

This is what you need to do:

<div class=’ReplaceWithImage’>
Invisible Text

And this CSS code:

  background: url(image.jpg);
  text-indent: -7777px;

What it does :
I moves text 7777 pixels to the left and places image in it’s place.

Written by Olegs Marhelis · Filed Under CSS, Web Design