automation


Rapid Action Profits Payment Plan

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

I'm really excited about this, for my readers sake. I've long recommended Rapid Action Profits (RAP) for managing your entire sales process, including OTOs, affiliate program, split testing, etc.. In the almost two years since it's release (as of this writing), it's become the all-in-one system of many big name internet marketers, like Willie Crawford. [...]

Rapid Action Profits Coupon Code

Friday, September 19th, 2008

Saturday, September 20th, 2008 marks the one-year anniversary of the original Rapid Action Profits script's first sale (wonder who it was).  I use this software myself and highly recommend it for automating your sales process split testing one-time offers affiliate program you name it To commemorate the occasion, Sid Hale, the innovator behind this all-in-one [...]

Twitter Clients, Tools, and Plugin

Monday, August 4th, 2008

I'm finally on Twitter, and it's a blast! I was convinced while watching Unseminar 5 live on-line a couple weekends back. You see, everyone was giving out their handles as the best way to keep in touch. And, we'd all become such good virtual friends over the hours and days of the program, that I [...]

Disc Mojo Review

Saturday, July 19th, 2008

This is a great little script, which I probably could've written myself. But, my time—your time—is valuable. There are other things to create. Things that don't already exist. So, I was happy to invest so cheaply in this ready-made tool. And, I'm learning some things about it since I bought it that make it even [...]

Rapid Action Profits (RAP) Review

Sunday, June 15th, 2008

Rapid Action Profits Version 3: Get it. 'Nuff said. LOL. Just kidding, read on. Seriously, this is the system I use for my salespages and affiliate / joint venture (JV) partner management. I've written previously about it on this very blog, and I'm bringing it up again now because the long-awaited new version is here! [...]

Automate Your Online Business

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008

As a software engineer, I can be a little stubborn when it comes to buying a ready-made or hands-off solution. I tend to prefer using Open Source tools to get the job done, making tweaks if necessary. Lately though, I'm starting to appreciate how much of a time sink fussing with the techology can be. [...]