Archive for June, 2015

How to Get a $100 US Facebook Ad Coupon

| June 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Or even get a matching $500 US Facebook ad coupon when you spend $500 US in a 28 day time period.

Step 1: Create a Facebook account and log in.

Step 2: Go to this URL:

Step 3: Fill out the form. If you don’t have the information, make it up. Seriously. Yes, it’s a little bit black hat. But it’s worked for others. If you do have the info, then use your own. Make sure you use a valid email address or this won’t work.

Step 4: Create pages. For each page of yours that exceeds 1,000 likes (regardless of how you get the likes) you will get a coupon by email. Be patient, it might take a couple of weeks after you get the likes to receive the coupon.

How to Get $50 in Free Twitter Ads

| June 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you haven’t already claimed your free $50 in Twitter Ads, it’s easy. Just log into your account (or open one if you haven’t already) and then click here:

Click “Apply Now!” and then wait. Twitter will contact you with your coupon code. Note: This might take a week, so please be patient.

Where Did Google Blog Search Go?

| June 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you want to search blogs via Google, here’s how to do it now:

Click on “News”

Click on “Search Tools”

Click the “All News” drop down

And select Blogs.

How to Get (Possibly) Udemy Courses for FREE

| June 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

Great courses are popping up on Udemy every single day. The problem is, some of those courses are expensive – anything from $9 to $999. But there is a way you might get some of them for free, regardless of the going rate. Here’s how:

Udemy courses are like any other product – the more people see that others like the product, the more likely they are to buy the product themselves. In the case of Udemy, the social confirmation comes by way of how many courses are sold and the reviews people have left for each course.

When a new course becomes available that interests you, or when you see a course you like that has no reviews or very few reviews, offer to do a review in exchange for getting the course.

If you can preview some of the lessons, do so. Then contact the course owner and express gratitude for what you’ve learned so far. Tell them you’d love to see the rest of the course, and ask if they would be interested having you do a review for them, since they don’t have any ( or many ).

Thank them, wish them the best, tell them you look forward to hearing from them, etc.

If you’ve already done Udemy course reviews, let them know.

If you have a website that tells about you, give the the URL, especially if you might recommend their course on your website.

Don’t promise a positive review, promise an honest one. But since you’re already complimenting them on the lessons you’ve previewed and you obviously have an interest in their subject, they know you’re likely to leave a good review.

Not every course owner will agree to let you preview their course in exchange for a review, but it doesn’t hurt to ask. And of course you can make this request to as many course owners as you like, for as many courses as you like. Just be sure you actually go through each course that you get for free and leave the reviews as promised.

If it should happen that you go through a course and don’t like it, don’t leave a negative review. Instead, write back to the course owner with tips on what they might improve to get a good review, and offer to do a review in the future if they make the changes.

And if you do have a website with a decent amount of traffic, or a good list, you might even get access to courses that already have a lot of reviews if you’re willing to recommend the course to your audience if you like it.

Onpage Optimization Tool

| June 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

A one-stop look at what’s going on with a specific page of your website. See your website’s data just as a spider would, allowing for better web page optimization.

Open Site Explorer

| June 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

See all the sites that are linking to you, or to another site.


| June 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

When your friends and colleagues on Facebook and LinkedIn make the news, you’re alerted.


| June 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

See how any Twitter user is connected to others.


| June 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Free conference call service with mobile app.

| June 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

An automatically generated list of the latest and greatest links from Twitter.