Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

CDF Networks Offering Open Mentorship

I really dont link out to many bloggers anymore. The amount of disinformation on the net is rising at a sickening level but I wanted to take the time to let everyone here know about a cool little gig going on right now. First off, I have never met Chad from CDF Networks. I visit his blog EVERYDAY and even though I am subscribed, I much rather spend some time on the blogs and people I trust reading their material. I make it a point to visit him whenever he writes a new post because the fact of the matter is, is that he has given out and still continues to give out information that is VERY valuable in regards to my own PPC Business and PPC in general. A couple of quick examples of pure gold include Day Parting Pay Per Click For Higher Profits and Parked Domain Traffic From Google.

With that said Chad is doing something pretty incredible for his readers. He’s running a Mentor For A Week Contest right now. He’s agreed to help the winner for a week for free to get started in PPC and Affiliate Marketing. This is the single most valuable thing you can get from someone like Chad. The contest is simple too:

1. Contest is open to subscribers only, so if you haven’t already – subscribe to the CDF Network feed.

2.  Reply to this post with a comment of 2-3 sentences about why you would like some help getting started in PPC-affiliate marketing. Please don’t write a book, just 2-3 sentences.

Highly recommended to spend a few minutes snagging his feed and giving yourself the opportunity to winning the contest and learning from a Marketer like Chad. You can check out the whole post here.


Category: Contests
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9 Responses

April 23, 2008

Beginners luck (in PPC + CPM) fooled me into putting my two week notice to my full time job. Now I keep making mistakes and burning through money fast. I do not want to come back groveling to my employer for my job back.


April 24, 2008

ruck, you running that contest too? :x


April 24, 2008

@Dan – Ha, not at this time but it definitely gave me an idea about maybe doing a case study or something with someone random :)


April 24, 2008

keep me in mind ;) … was also having a little fun with the guy above me. Hope he’s get his entry over to the right site…


April 24, 2008

Ruck,

It might sound off-topic but Y do u not start a separate category in your Blog Names “Real-life Case Studies”. In which u can post video case Studies or even PFD docs will do.

U should also encourage some senior member of this forum to shared their case-studies in video/audio/PDf formate and then u will evaluate them for the “hall of the fame Case Study “. Once in a week.

So that way it will b a contest as well as a great way for all of us to learn. Does it not sound a win-win deal?

Regards
Anks


April 24, 2008
im broke but not for long

pick me for you case study ruck


April 24, 2008

Hi Ya

Cool blog, good info. I like it almost as much as I like bananas. You have taught me some new stuff to help in my quest for world domination.

It is my goal to make Earth a true Planet of the Apes with me as Chief Ape.

The Mad Ape
http://www.tatumba.com


April 24, 2008

Thanks for reading my blog. Its going to be hard picking a winner with so much interest.


November 24, 2008

Chad F is da man!

The best way to get the maximum value out of any coaching prog is to read the blog and the twitters, take action and ask follow-up questions.

I often see people come into a coaching prog and ask questions that have already been blogged about.

That’s probably one of the worst ways to use a coaching internship (paid or otherwise) in my opinion…