Sunday, September 17, 2006

Scott Boulch & Adsense

There’s a new report floating around titled The Death of Adsense… and the Return to Common Sense. I finally sat down and took a look at it myself over the weekend, assuming that it was going to be a heavy pitch for something else. But the report was actually quite good, and very well done - a major cliffhanger, in fact.

After reading the report I was pondering what Boulch will come out with next or follow up with. There is a second report coming out in a few days that will undoubtedly answer that question, and I am interested to see if he keeps the momentum going - or douses readers' anticipation with cold water.

I'm guessing he might talk on pay-per-lead affiliate marketing, but I could be wrong. It's just a shot in the dark. If so, I'll be interested to see what he has to say about it as I've had some good success with PPL myself over the years. Well, I'm sure I'll be interested to hear what he has to say regardless - and most interested to see what the general response is to it.

I think that a lot of people will read this report and relate immediately to what Scott is saying. He touches on the reality of making money online - specifically easy money, or passive income - and he makes some statements that will really make you evaluate the time you spend online and the money you are currently earning from your efforts.

Pay special attention to the Boulch Business Rules on page 11. You might want to print that one out…Download It Here (Free)

Keep your eyes peeled and your ear to the ground at the very least. It will be an opportunity to learn something even if it’s just from his marketing strategy when the dust settles.

As for me, the initial report that I linked to in the post above has already (indirectly) sparked some great ideas in my mind - which is usually the case with any material related to IM (good or bad). So from that perspective I am glad I took the time to read the short report (and jotting down notes with a grin!). And I admit I am very much looking forward to his follow-up…

Free Download: The Death of Adsense