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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #635

May 2, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Mark Hunter says: We’ve all been there. After countless calls, meetings and an endless amount of work, you just can’t get the customer to say “yes” and move forward. There can be hundreds of theories and ideas as to why this happens more times than we care to admit. Let’s put all the theories aside and get to a solution you can use right now to determine if the customer is serious.
Should YouTube Have Banned This Animal Cruelty Investigation Video?
Chris Crum says:

In the wake of theinfamous elephant-killing video from GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons, there is another disturbing video involving animals making web news. This involves an “undercover investigation” into the practices of E6 Cattle Company in Texas.Mercy for Animalsput its investigation footage on YouTube, only to have it removed.

Should YouTube have taken down this video?Tell us what you thin

It’s Going to be a Happy Mother’s Day for Retailers
Cynthia Boris says:

Smile mom, according to National Retail Federation, the average person buying for Mother’s Day is expected to spend $140.73 on gifts, up from $126.90 last year, with total spending expected to reach $16.3 billion. That’s a lot of flowers and cards.

BIGresearch conducted the NRF’s2011 Mother’s Day Consumer Intentions and Actionssurvey and they found that mom will be getting more elec

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Finance Search CPCs Grew Substantially in March
Jack Marshall says:

Advertisers in the finance category spent 40 percent more on search ad clicks in March.

Lynne Saarte says: When you are launching a new product or service, what you want is for people to start talking about it. The more buzz you generate, the better it becomes because it stirs up interest. The way to a buzz campaign is to leap out of your box and get uniquely crazy with your campaign…
Facebook Pages Being Taken Down, Policy Comes Into Question
Chris Crum says:

Numerous reports have been coming out that Facebook is taking down Facebook pages that are accused of infringing upon copyrights. The keyword there is “accused”. Apparently, Facebook does little (or nothing) to verify the legitimacy of the claims before taking action.

Should Facebook be doing more?Tell us what you think.

Several well-known tech blogs, including Ars Technica, Redmond Pie,

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Cup of Joe: I Do It All For The LULz!
Joe Hall says:

lolSo this week I am going to toot my own horn a tiny bit, but please bear with me because it’s a bit rusty.

A few weeks ago I created aposton one of my old blogs. Soon after, I submitted it to one of my favorite social sharing sitesStumbleUpon. The next day something strange happened. Traffic on the site shot up to over 1,500. The next day traffic hovered at around 1,000 and then the following

The Week in Ads: Jack Daniel’s, Fast Five, Miracle Whip [Gallery]
Jack Marshall,Amara Mastronardi says:

A look at some of the best online ad executions from around the Web this week.

>> How To Make At Least $1,000 This Week!

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