Organic Leads like Google and Yahoo Pay-Per-Click for Free

Organic leads are not like safelists and Traffic Exchange Leads. Prospect Geyser gets you a different kind of lead. These are equivalent to Google Ad words, Yahoo, and MSN pay-per-click leads. Only difference is they are free.

It’s set and forget, really easy to setup.

If you are doing safelists and Traffic exchanges, great, but you need these kind of leads too.

At Prospect Geyser your ads WILL get seen by targeted leads!

Enter some keywords like Google AdWords and check out what happens. They get entered into the RSS newsfeeds. Google, Yahoo, and MSN pick them up and you get organic leads. These are leads from NEW internet marketers, not the same old people.

So this is easy, do it.

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P.S. It’s really worth upgrading for a one time $59 for LIFE!

Sincerely,

My Favorite Top 10 WordPress Plugins

When you install a WordPress blog it comes with the basic functionalities for you to get started with blogging only. The cool thing is that it allows you to customize and add more features to your WordPress according to your needs and make your experience much more enjoyable and fun.

Here are my 10 favorite WordPress plugins that I have installed on my blog.

1. Google XML Sitemaps – This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing and Ask.com to better index your blog.

2. All in One SEO Pack – This plugin automatically optimizes your WordPress blog for Search Engines

3. TweetMeme – This is a plugin that adds a button which easily lets your visitors retweet your blog posts.

4. WP Auto Tagger – Need some help to choose keywords? This plugin automatically finds and suggests tags based on your post content.

5. Subscribe Remind – This plugin gives your readers a little reminder to subscribe to your blog’s feed at the end of each post.

6. What Would Seth Godin Do – This is a very cool plugin! It displays a custom welcome message to new visitors and another to return visitors and you can customize the message to invite them to subscribe to your RSS feed or your optin list.

7. WP Super Cache – Over time as you add more plugins to your WordPress blog it may become a little bit slow to load your pages. This plugin helps to speed up the load time of your blog.

8. Sociable – This plugin allows your visitors to share your content on social bookmarking sites.

9. Fast Secure Contact Form – I learned that sharing your email address publicly is not such a good idea because of so many spammers out there crawling websites harvesting email addresses. This plugin allows your visitors to send you an email directly from your blog and protects you from spam messages.

10. TinyMCE Advanced – Ever felt frustrated not being able to format your text the way you want it? Then you will be amazed with this plugin, it lets you format your font size and family, paragraphing space and much more just like you do in Microsoft Word!

If you enjoyed this post feel free to share it with your contacts, they will thank you for that. Leave your comments with thoughts and suggestions. I’d love to hear your feedback. Thank you!

Make it a great day!

Anderson Goncalves

Earn more credits surfing traffic exchanges

Recently I came across this super-cool piece of software called “Quick Tab Change” created by Jay Hines that will help you to surf traffic exchanges faster and make more of your time.

It lets you switch tabs just by pressing a key when you are surfing several traffic exchanges at the same time.

I’ve been using it for a week now, and must say I’m impressed.

Surfing is easier, and quicker. You can surf up to 40% more efficiently!

I can tell you it works on Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.

The best part is….

You don’t have to pay a dime for this nifty tool that lets you fly through the tabs.

CLICK HERE to download your free copy!

Try it out for yourself. I am sure you’ll find it quite useful!

All the best,

Anderson Goncalves

P.S I use Firefox for most of my Internet tasks but I prefer Google Chrome when it comes to surfing traffic exchanges. I think Firefox uses up so much memory and I have to close my browser and restart surfing every couple of minutes. Google Chrome performs much better on my computer and I can surf as long as I want without slowness.