One of the best ways to learn how to make lots of money online is to interact with like-minded individuals who are equally dedicated to making money on the internet. The best and easiest way to develop this knowledge is to visit forums that offer valuable information on topics like affiliate marketing, search engine optimization, Pay per Click Advertising and freelancing. Here's a list of 26 affiliate marketing forums which have a decent number of members - a large member base means that a greater amount of potential money making knowledge will be available.
Domain Bits: Domain auctions are one of the most important market venues for a domainer - whether you are a buyer or a seller. If you are a seller, they offer immediate liquidity for your domains - you don’t need to wait for an end user (or another domainer) to show an interest in your domain. If you are a buyer, you have a choice of a number of often high quality domains available for purchase at wholesale levels. Here’s a good list of auctions to get you started.
Here's 101 ways to build links on your website authored by the popular Aaron Wall of SEOBook and Andy Hagans. It does include the old method of adding your site to free and paid directories. Actually, there are only 71 ways listed, but hey also mentioned another 30 BAD link building methods such as blog and forum spamming, etc.
As more and more people get involved with the Internet and as more Web sites, blogs, news services and other online resources continue to grow in number and variety it becomes increasingly important to maintain high visibility and exposure for the content being generated by closely following the major distribution media. This is a VERY powerful list to use to increase your RSS feed/blog exposure and visibility online.
John Chow: When bloggers think of online advertising, the words Google AdSense immediately pops to mind. Google had done an amazing job capturing the internet advertising market with the AdSense product. However, Google is not the only game in town. As a webmaster, it is your duty to seek out other ways to monetize your site. This a list of all the online advertising opportunities that are available for blog and site owners.
When it comes to freelancing, one of the biggest challenges can be finding work. Even the most successful of freelancers will experience a lean month here and there, so it pays to have as many sources of potential work as possible. That’s why we’ve compiled a monster list of job sites from around the net. There is sure to be a site in here that is listing a job tailor made for you!
Aaron Wall and Andy Hagans published 101 link building tips to market your website, which was inspired by the other article. Considering the furiously changing face of search engine marketing and with 2009 already ahead of us, I thought it was time to evaluate both lists and create an updated collection of link building strategies.
Blogtrepreneur: With a hard-hitting credit crunch beginning to take its toll on the masses, and rising fuel and food costs already causing distress, more and more people are turning to the web in order to cut costs and to make use of the valuable financial tools that exist online. We hope this list comes in handy, and let us know if you feel there are anymore that deserve a place below!
Handling the legal aspects of doing business has got to be the most dreaded part of freelancing. Most of us have very little knowledge in this field without taking the time to do some research, and even then it can be confusing and frustrating. In this post we’ll take a look at a number of resources, both online and off, that may be able to make your life easier and help you to achieve more productivity while protecting the legality of your business.
Here's another 99 list of ways on how you can promote your blog for free. The tips are categorized into social media, community, forums, joining groups, article submission and distribution, submitting a press release, free classified ads, free advertising, photo and video sharing, having giveaways, submitting to design galleries, running a contest and even participating on awards.