MPAM

MPAM. What is it?

Five years ago, the acronym stood for “Massive Passive Advertising Machine”. I think that describes MPAM quite well, although there is much, much more to MPAM than just advertising.

MPAM has been around since 2001, so it certainly can’t be described as a flash in the pan. It is, in fact a well respected online business education system with a membership approaching two million.

Did he just say two million?

Almost 2,000,000 (two million) members worldwide is nothing to be sniffed at. It is huge. The great thing about MPAM is there is no multi-level selling, no hype, no unachievable promises, just a solid program of online business courses and income stream generation. They teach you how to set up an online business of your very own, help you to build your first website, promote it and make an income from it. The on-going support by the experienced members is second to none.

Ok, so what do they give me?

They give you the first month’s membership for free so you can try it out and see if it’s for you. It’s not for everyone, of course. If you’re the type of person who wants to be able to press a button and watch the money roll up to your door in a truck, then it’s certainly NOT for you. MPAM is a program that requires you to work for your success.

If you are prepared to put in the time and effort, MPAM will give you the tools to work with to achieve that success. It won’t happen overnight, either. Getting any business up and running takes time and effort. It starts slowly and builds into a successful enterprise over time, gradually. So you also need patience to go with your motivation and willingness to work hard.

Once the free trial is up, your monthly subscription includes professional website hosting thrown in for free (that’d cost you at least $10 a month with a good hosting company like HostGator). You also get sitebuilder software thrown in for free, the tutorials thrown in for free, an article submission program that you can earn $5 per article (a good way to cover your subscription costs). There is also an affiliate program where you can promote MPAM and earn 50% of your monthly fee per sign-up. There are over 450,000 niche sites at your disposal to help promote your site with backlinks and a whole host of other income streams from PPC advertising to a co-op share scheme that currently earns around 20% for its shareholders.

Interested?

You can sign-up for the free month trial by clicking on one of the MPAM links in this text, or the link at the end of this post. As I already said, its free to try and if you decide it’s not for you, then walk away and it has cost you nothing. If you are like me and the close on two million other satisfied members, you might realize the enormous benefits of membership and stick around to watch you online business grow day by day into a successful online income generating enterprise!

Thanks for calling in, feel free to leave a comment and come back soon!

Terry Didcott

The Honest Way

Autoresponder: AWeber

Welcome back! I’ve just finished putting up a free trial promo from those masters of the autoresponder, AWeber. I found the info on their site’s affiliate page, so thought it would be a good idea to try out here on my Products page. AWeber give you the code to create a small opt-in box that allows your visitors to sign up for their free trial (it doesn’t count towards you list). They then promote themselves vis email which gives you a much better chance at gaining more affiliate sign-ups.

There should be plenty of takers, as all internet marketers need an autoresponder. And AWeber are the best in the business! If you haven’t set one up yet, take a look at AWeber and have a look for yourself.

Now, having given AWeber a nice plug, I’m going to deal them out a bit of a rollicking.

I’m a tad picky when it comes to clean html code. I’ve built what I belive is a damn nice site in The Honest Way and I’ve spent a fair amount of time and effort to ensure all my code is xhtml 1.0 compliant. So I really don’t appreciate third party code messing it up with gargoyles like nested tables. Yep, even the mighty AWeber are still giving out prehistoric html code for their opt-in forms that contain ugly nested tables, repeating <font> tags and other nasties.

So I had to spend more time modifying that code to work with a <div> tags using css to keep it all clean. But it’s worth doing it because it looks better and the w3c people prefer clean html/xhtml.

End of that minor rant.

Other News

The “other” Honest Way Blog is still hanging in there and I’m making sure it still gets regular updates (I put out a version of this post over there just now. It’s important to keep it on, as it provides extra exposure for this site and the all-important backlink too. Every little helps!

The Honest Way Forum is also enjoying a good start in life. We’ve got up to 20 members at the time of writing this and I predict that number to double by the end of the week. So if you haven’t registered there yet, now is the time if you still want to get in early.

Well, that’s all for today. Thanks for dropping by and poking your head round the door.

Terry Didcott
The Honest Way