Thursday, October 2, 2008

Earn More From Revolution Money Exchange

Hopefully by now you have signed up with Revolution Money Exchange and gotten your own free account. Although they no longer offer a sign up bonus, they are still offering $10 for each referral you get.

In addition, for a limited time, they are offering you a $5 rebate on your first 3 purchases of $25 or more using your new Revolution Money Exchange card. You can use it at lots of places, just like any other debit card. Just check out the list on their website to see what local retailers accept the card.

I just got my first $5 rebate for spending $25 at Walgreen's on things I was already going to buy. Some other local merchants where I might use my card include Family Dollar, Dollar General, Auto Zone, and others.

If you haven't signed up for Revolution Money Exchange yet, you should do it right away and get your cash back automatically deposited into your account for your first three $25 purchases. Then, refer others and earn $10 each for your referrals. Don't forget to let them know about the cash back they can get on their purchases too!

Friday, April 4, 2008

Get $25 Free By Joining Revolution Money Exchange Now!

Join me on Revolution Money Exchange. It’s free to sign up and free to send money. Hurry and get your $25 just for opening an account before April 15, 2008.

Once signed up, you can earn $10 each for referring others, up to a total of $500, but you have to act fast, because the $25 bonus offer is scheduled to end on April 15.

Refer A Friend using Revolution Money Exchange

Sunday, February 10, 2008

A free way to save and earn money

I've found an easy way to earn some extra income. gives us cash back when we shop online at places like Ebay, Best Buy, Target, Gap, Old Navy, and a lot more.

Even better, when we tell people about it and they sign up, we get paid every time they shop. It's based on a sound business model and it's FREE.

Simply sign up with, then shop your favorite online shops as usual, but enter their sites through Every time you shop, you earn money. You can also earn money when your referrals shop at their favorite merchants through, and it won't cost you a thing.

I just signed up for this today so I can't give you a lot more details yet, but I think its definitely worth checking out since I am already shopping at some of these merchants anyway. I think this sounds like a worthwhile program, and I have heard good things about it from others who have been members for a while. Check them out here and see what you think.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Survey Payoff

Survey Payoff - Take online surveys & get paid! They give you access to their database of companies that pay cash & other rewards for taking surveys online right from your computer. I haven't been a member of this one long enough to give it a thorough evaluation yet, but it sounds like a winner so I'm going to give it a shot.

Monday, December 10, 2007

More on Directory Submitter - Free Directory Submission

So far I have used the free version of the Directory Submitter software to submit my blogs as well as my main website, FreeStuffed to a large variety of free directories. If you don't know what the Directory Submitter is, you can read more about it in a previous article here.

Anyway, the free version of Directory Submitter comes with around 350 directories where you can submit your website or blog. There are some of the directories that charge, but there are also lots of them that are free and the software allows you to sort the directories in several different ways. I generally sort them so the free ones come up first, then work my way down the line. Every once in a while I come across a paid directory that is listed as free, but they aren't common and can easily be skipped over. I also find that I run into some directories that are no longer active, or that just don't work, but there are many more that do and since the software fills in the forms for me it saves me enough time to make it well worth my time.

Another thing I like about the Directory Submitter is that if I don't like a directory, I can just delete it from my list. I can also report a directory as not functioning. They don't get removed from my software when I report them, but hopefully they check them out and maybe add a working site the next time someone else downloads it. I'm not sure how that part works.

The point is that since I have been using this, I have been watching the number of backlinks to my websites slowly climb. It will take a while, so don't expect miracles to happen overnight, but at least I can see some progress.

If you are interested in faster results there are a lot more directories available on the paid version. Personally, I haven't tried it. I don't feel the need to get into the paid advertising right now. I know that it is available if I need it, but for right now, I think that there are plenty of directories to keep me busy for at least a little while on the free version of Directory Submitter. If anyone else tries this, please give me your opinion.

Sunday, December 2, 2007

Optimizing Your Website - Keyword Optimization

Sometimes it can be hard to find best keywords for optimizing your keyword tags. Although there are several paid resources that can help you to with your keyword selection, there are also a variety of great free keyword analyzers too though.

When trying to how to get the right keywords, you will want to find out what are the most popular keywords, or most searched keywords relating to your website. The sites below will help you in choosing keywords for your website, and once you come up with the best keywords for your site you should use them in your meta keywords tags if possible as well as using them on your site. This will help you in ranking well for particular keywords.

These are my picks for choosing the best keywords for your website...

I found KeywordSpy to be quite interesting in researching some of the various possible keywords that other similar sites might be using to drive traffic to their websites. You get limited views of everything on the free version at the website, but you can use it as much as you want. They also have a free trial offer available, although I haven't signed up for it. For now I have only tried the freebie that is available on the site although the website says that you will get more results by using the free trial so I might give it a try.

Wordtracker FREE keyword suggestion tool will provide you with the top 100 searches related to the search term you input on their form. You even have the option to filter the result to exclude adult content from your search if you wish. They also have a paid version available which offers many more suggestions, but I think that the top 100 is probably enough for most webmasters. Besides, if you aren't happy with the free results, just input a new search term and see a new list of results. Some may overlap, but you are bound to get some great suggestions.

Overture Keyword Selector Tool is also a useful tool in selecting the best search terms for your website. Just enter a term related to your site and you will get a list of related keywords. I have used this one quite a bit in the past and gotten some pretty good results. is a paid tool, but you can make some free searches there too. I have gotten some great free keyword lists here.

Rushmore's Keyword Research Tool is another useful site for researching which keywords would be best for your website. Just type in your key word or phrase and click the button. Within seconds you will begin seeing a list of great keywords to choose from. Depending on your connection speed, it might take a little while for the list to complete, but it is worth the wait.

HitTail offers it's basic service for free too, and although you have to register to use it, you get some great benefits from it. I just registered for their free basic service, and they are tracking search results on a couple of different sites for me, as well as offering keyword suggestions and more. I think I am going to be happy with this free service.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Want to Earn Money From Your Website?

There are lots of ways that you can do this. I know of many bloggers who have used PayPerPost, Blogvertive, TextLinkAds, etc. on their sites to earn extra income from their blogs. Of course Google Adsense is everywhere you look. Nearly everyone I know has Google Adsense on their pages.

Just recently I came across another site, called TNX and I am checking into them further, but from what I understand from talking to others the advertising links are very natural looking, and they have an affiliate program as well. Although I have signed up for an account, I haven't tried it out yet because I am still checking into a few details so that I am certain I don't break any rules with Google or anything. From what I have seen so far, It looks like it will be ok to use this along with Google Adsense though. This is a direct quote from their website:

Can I combine TNX ads with Google AdSense or any other ad broker?

Answer: Yes, you can combine TNX ads with any other advertising sponsor. Your visitors will see TNX ads as direct links (usually subject oriented) to other sites. Even if some context advertising system does not allow combining ads with similar systems, you would still be able to add our code to your pages, because TNX is not context oriented and nobody can stop you from placing a direct link to another site. The HTML code of our ads is not different from a regular link.

I also know that Google frowns on selling paid text links, but TNX ads are supposed to be so natural and fit in so well with your content that even Google isn't supposed to be able to tell whether or not they are paid links or regular ones. Anyway, here is the link so you can check it out for yourself. If you have tried it, let me know what you think. Otherwise, I will be posting more once I have tried it... Sell links on every page of your site to thousands of advertisers!