Review of Day Job Killer

I have read Day Job Killer about a dozen times and have nit picked it to death. I even printed it out and highlighted parts of interest that I am going to cover in this review. I want to warn you now, there is A LOT of hype around this internet marketing ebook and it is for good reason. If you don’t plan on being brutal in your battle to grab commissions in affiliate marketing than you are better of not even reading this review. Day Job Killer really does get “ugly”…almost bloody even!

First off, this book has a few pages that go over the usual clickbank, article writing, and adwords shtick that most any marketer can skip.

Where this DayJobKiller really shines is in the brutal underground affiliate tactics you will learn. Everything from how to spy on your competition (and find exactly what keywords they are profiting from) all the way to how to completely bump a competitor out of the market.

Another great method explored in the ebook is how to analyze affilates’ versus merchants’ share of the market to find top producing products. I would have never have thought of this method on my own, really a great piece of marketing brilliance.

BOTTOM LINE: Day Job Killer is a “Solid Buy” for ruthless affiliate marketers.

Review of Mafioso Marketing

I just got my hands on an advanced copy of Mafioso Marketing by JD Swanson and I got plenty to say about this internet marketing ebook. JD Swanson claims to have put all his most profitable tactics into this monster of an ebook. I went through this ebook several times with a fine toothed comb and I want to share my no bull review with you.

First off, I spend about $400 a month on internet marketing ebooks a month. Everything from Day Job Killer to AutomatedCashFormula is already in my personal library. So when I say this is a no bull critique of the product, I’m not kidding.

“So, what is Mafioso Marketing really about anyway?”

According to JD Swanson it covers everything from streamlined product creation to free traffic generation secrets. Ladies and gentleman, there aren’t many “secrets” in the ebook. But, there is some darn good practical advice and simple to use tactics.

What impressed me the most is how Swanson focuses on the idea of “instant cash”. This is such an important part of his methodology and if you can really wrap your ahead around it and apply there is no doubt in my mind you can finally kill your day job. And NO, “instant cash” doesn’t mean anything scammy. It’s more like the practice of making sure everything you do moves fast and smooth so money kinda “flows” into your bank account.

Some key tips in the ebook…
-Use paydotcom to launch your affiliate program on the cheap
-Leverage ghostwriters and experts cheaper by doing more research on where the hang out online
-Using affordable membership software and screencasting instead of expensive tools

BOTTOM LINE: This is no joke, one of the best internet marketing ebooks I have ever read. It was a very smooth read, simple actions steps, and there is even a chapter with a complete product launch blueprint that is way cheaper and easier to execute than complicated guru launch methods.

Reason why Mafioso Marketing rocks…
-Contains an actual blueprint in one chapter to quick cash
-No PPC budget required (seriously, this alone makes in awesome)
-No time wasted on clickbank, adwords, aweber tutorials
-Easy and fin to read, very motivational
-Super simple and cheap wealth building tactics online (instant, recurring, high end)
-His “instant guru” tactic is BRILLIANT! You have to print that chapter out and read it everyday.

Some thins I didn’t like (but are totally forgivable given the value of the ebook)…
-Video tutorials were informative but low quality
-Wish he added more screenshots to the ebook just to break up the text
-Some mp3s would be nice to listen in the car

This is the NO JOKE, NO BULL internet marketing ebook you have been waiting for. Trust me. Go grab it ASAP.

The Latelies, The News, and The Soon-To-Be’s

I have been absent from my blog for about 2 weeks now with the exception of a few link blog posts. So I think it’s time I posted SOMETHING…


  • Been using Twitter a lot
  • Furniture shopping
  • Had my apartment for 12 days, have yet to move in
  • I used to live inside Netvibes, now I’m too busy
  • Been following Calacaniscast. The production value gets better every episode
  • News…

  • I started a new job at (Dir/Marketing)
  • I watched rock heroes die live on TV at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame show last night
  • I added a Skype Me button to the blog
  • Soon-To-Be…

  • will launch a social network on the Ning platform
  • May re-design the blog. I found that “marketing zombie” means something bad
  • Friday I’ll put up a “link round up” post
  • Canon hv20 hdv camcorder. Check.

    sjhI got one. Circuit City has it online on sale for $965. Best Buy will price match. Best Buy has better, cheaper warrantizzy.

    Out the door (+ tax, 2 miniDV tapes, 4 year warranty w/ accident coverage) = $1,230.

    I put a lot of research into this purchase. Got some lights and did a test shot with my girlfriend. HDV cam with a Samsung 42″ HDTV and we could count the hairs on her head. amazing. By the way, the miniDV tapes I bought aren’t even HD, they are just normal miniDV tapes.

    First thing I learned: Lights are important. In low light this thing looks not much better than a MUCH cheaper camcorder. I have a set of construction lights just like they tell you to get in all those home made video lighting tutorizzies (girlfriend is a photographer so she had them already). Lighting made all the difference.

    Another killer feature is cinemode. Basically, the cam can shoot at 24fps, which is what film is. Watch the demo on the canon site to see what this thing can do if you really know how to light a set and do some post work. I hope to learn how to get this effect for rizzy.

    It’s 2:47 AM.

    I have been asking myself one question for about 6 hours over and over in my head.

    “Now what?”