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Brian Chezfat
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Internet Marketer, Husband, Bowler, & Stay At Home Dad - Awesomeness
Internet Marketer, Husband, Bowler, & Stay At Home Dad - Awesomeness

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Cool to see a technique for making money with essentially copied content.

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Everybody loves a good income report. This is my first income report of the year. I focus only on InfoBarrel, a web 2.0 user generated content site. I used to make quite a bit here and now not so much but 2014 my goal is to revive my income there substantially. Hope you find this useful, informative, entertaining, or at the very least slightly interesting in a voyeuristic kind of way. :)

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I used to get a lot of good traffic to my articles on InfoBarrel; got those traffic numbers for quite a while too but then the traffic started falling and it's all pretty much my fault. He's my analysis and plan to correct it.

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The arrogance and inconsistencies of big G. This is an awesome post... it better frickin' rank for something.

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As a writer I really started hitting my stride on InfoBarrel and built up income in excess of $1000 per month. These days I don't make as much any more but I do still have plenty of good information on how to make some money as a writer there. This is an index of a lot of my guides that I've put together over the last few years.

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Awesome! Simply amazing stuff in this novel of a post.

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I've never even considered going to one of these but Matt's got a way of selling now doesn't he? :)

I'm still new with G+ so please correct me if I'm wrong - I just updated the Google+ Authorship on Chezfat.com to only show me as the author of blog post pages.

I dropped the authorship tag for the index page, static pages, archive/search pages, etc. This should be in compliance with the intention of the rel="author" and rel="me" tags, correct?

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I've been a busy bee despite being on vacation for the past week. Wanna know what I've been up to in the IM world? Here it is all laid out for you. :)

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I've decided to join Bubblews to see if I like it and if it can be worth my time but then I started wondering - aside from socially connecting with people over there what if I used the site as a place to quickly answer common questions about a particular type of product. What if I treated it a bit like a website covering the common questions of a tight market segment? Could these "Bubbles" rank in the SERPs? Could they generate traffic for any length of time? Or is any post you put on Buibblews just destined for the archives never to be seen or earned from again.
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