A few weeks ago, I put for sell a domain I owned but did not have time to properly developed it. I put a $500 price tag on it. The day after it was on SEDO, I was contacted by a broker. Learned what happened next that stopped me from selling it to him.

Continue reading: Broker Warning: Why I Rejected a $5000 offer When I Was Selling A Domain

After giving a lot of chances for socibuzz.com to do the right thing, I am now forced to warn potential advertisers of socibuzz.com. It's a service that allow companies to promote a product or service using social media.

When It launched this year, I invested $25 for a campaign to promote  1coupleavie.com  using Facebook and Google+. That's the minimum amount for a campaign. I took the lowest quality to get more shared. But,  I did not get the expected result and stopped there. That's okay and the price of trying new services.

Bad Service or Scam?

Continue reading: Review: Socibuzz.com Bad Service or Scam?

I sold a domain on SEDO. Normally, I goes without troubles but this time, I got "screwed". Yes, part of it is my own fault and admit that. I had many things going on at the same time so I missed a key point during the transaction.

It was not my first domain sell with them. I sold a few $100-200 domains  and paid a fee of $10-20 (10%).  I don't have a problem with that since I get a secure transfer between me and my buyer.

Continue reading: Beware of SEDO Fees!


I know, it's been a long time since my last post. That's life for you. :D

In Internet Marketing, you often hear "money is in the list".  That's true. But what makes SendReach (made with us IMers  in mind) different from other auto-responders? Social media integration that collect basic demographic information about your subscribers like age, sex and location.

For that to happen, they must join your list using their Facebook or Google Plus account. Once they do and if that information is in their account, then you can use that information to maximize your income from your list by targeting more specific leads for your offers.

Just that demographic information is worth it's weight in gold. Think about it.

Continue reading: SendReach Review: The Next Generation List Manager?

I decided to buy Choose Income out of curiosity and see if this could be perfect for new comers in Internet marketing.

Heck, it's a stay at home mom and the video was "good" enough to make me a buyer. Yes, it has the "Wow!!! $500/day!"  but I'm used by this type of claims. But it was Bonus 1 that offered $100/day that was more in the realm of the possible.

Well! I frankly did not have the time to test the main method out on a project(French based) that take most of my time but I did took time to read it. Btw, you can get $10 off by exiting the salespage but you only get the Bonus 1. I was tempted at first but decided to buy the regular package to get the Bonus 2. Like most of the time, I did not take the OTO (One Time Offer) since after reading the offer, I don't think it was worth it for me.

Continue reading: Review: Choose Income