Would you be interested in being able to make money in ANY niche, without a huge budget or even your own website? I know that probably sounds a bit too good to be true, especially when we're always pushed towards the likes of blogging, podcasting, starting a YouTube channel or building niche sites to generate revenue. They all offer viable ways to make money, sure. But there's just one problem: There are 97 new websites created every single minute. That's 5,833 websites per hour... ...or 140,000 per day. Every single day you delay getting started online, your competition increases massively. And every day you're not doing as much as you can, someone else is pushing ahead of you. I've shared hundreds of specific niche ideas over the years on ViperChill but there's one simple concept that has made people far more money than anything else. And it's all based on looking at the other side of the coin. Instead of getting up to 140,000 new competitors each day, have you considered what those 140,000 competitors need? It's something beginners with a $10 budget want. It's something every successful blogger, Youtuber and niche site owner wants. Venture backed startups with millions in their bank account? They want it too. That magical thing, called TRAFFIC. If you can get those webmasters the "right traffic" (that can make them money), they'll make you money as well. In just a couple of weeks I'm going live with some FREE training on how you can truly serve the marketing of other webmasters, even if you (currently) don't know a thing about marketing. The training will not be recorded. It will be taken offline after 72 hours. And it is INCREDIBLE, if I say so myself. The last time we shared this training one of our students, Jesse, landed a $5,000/m client within 24 hours. Why? Because businesses will always spend money if you can help them to make money. There's a lot of money to be made, but only if you follow a proven formula. I'm going to reveal that exact five-part formula on the webinar. We have three openings at different times, so please select which one is the most convenient for you. Here's the link -> http://marketinginc.com P.S. If you do opt-in, don't forget to watch the video afterwards. It shares a few million dollar case studies which I think you'll find really cool. Link
Google are removing authorship photos from search results. Agree with @randfish on the idea that they're probably getting fewer ad clicks.
What started as an 'outing' on an SEO sub-Reddit turned into some of the most investigative research I've ever done. If you're involved in any aspect of internet marketing you owe it to yourself to give this one a read. I really hope you enjoy it! http://www.viperchill.com/google-control/ Link