New Report from Joel Comm

There is a new report from Joel Comm at

It’s free to download, so grab a copy if you are interested to hear Joel’s response to Scott Boulch and the whole “Adsense is Dead” saga…

Finding Public Domain Content

Anything published from 1923-1963 (and not renewed) has fallen into the public domain. In fact, copyright experts believe 85% of these works were never renewed (source: “The Public Domain” by Stephen Fishman, Esq) so you’re looking at an incredible amount of free material that you can reprint or use to create your own Info Products. But the BIG problem is finding this stuff…

Where do you find high quality public domain information
that you can package together for free?

Just grab this free report by Yanik Silver: Public Domain Riches. Plus, as an extra bonus in your email you’ll also get real life examples of people selling public domain information that anybody can use!

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Adsense Publishers Tip

The location of the Adsense ads on your web pages, as well as how many blocks of Ads you have showing, affects your eCPM with Google Adsense.

Let’s say you have 3 Adsense blocks on one web page (the max allowed). One at the top. One in the middle or in the sidebar. And one at the very bottom of the page.

Google will place the higher paying ads in the first Adsense block shown in your code, with the last Adsense block in your code moving down the scale - showing lower paying ads.

So if your content is great, enticing, and a good presell to the ads on your page, your visitor may read it all and THEN click. If you didnt have ads at the top or in the middle… that bottom ad would be the highest paying ad chosen for that particular page. But as it was, it was the lower… ;-)

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